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Old 05-08-2013, 10:05 AM   #387
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Originally Posted by tayjeremy View Post
Do you have any recommendations for dip/pull up belts?

What should I be looking for? Is the "Polypro Dip Belt" by harbinger decent?

Also for straps. I know Versa grips are battle=tested and industry approved. Do you think its worth it cause the cost is pretty high (Yes I know, quality and cost go hand in hand).

Im planning on ordering from Amazon, we don't have anything like that where I come from. Or atleast, within reasonable prices.

Thanks
Harbinger's dip belt gets very high ratings on Amazon, so I wouldn't hesitate to get one.

Amazon.com: Harbinger 28900 Polypropylene Weight Dip Belt: Sports & Outdoors Amazon.com: Harbinger 28900 Polypropylene Weight Dip Belt: Sports & Outdoors


Versa Gripps are probably the single best piece of equipment I have purchased. I beat the snot out of them and after 4 years they still look great.
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