Lock, Load, Lift

If you’re not using IronMind Lifting Straps, you’re probably not lifting as much as you could be.
 

IronMind’s competition-quality lifting straps are super-strong, super-dependable: they won’t let you down.

No wonder they are the top choice at the World’s Strongest Man contest, where the Strong-Enough Lifting Straps were named the official lifting strap in 2010.

IronMind’s Lifting Straps are available in 5 styles, so that you can match the right lifting straps to your lifting requirements.

Select the IronMind lifting straps that are right for you:

Short & Sweet             18”, no loop 1-1/2” wide classic style for Olympic weightlifters; short for bailouts
Sew-Easy 21-1/4”, closed loop 1-1/2” wide weightlifters of all types; easy to use
Strong-Enough   21-1/4”, loop at  one end 1-1/2” wide top pro strongman choice; best general purpose
Blue Twos 23-1/4”, loop at one end 1-3/4” wide extra length/width; for bigger wrists, thicker bars
Black and Fourth 25-1/4”, loop at one end 2” wide even more length/width; for large wrists, +2” thick bars

15% discount on 6 pairs or more: perfect for clubs and teams, coaches, contests, and gyms.

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Short & Sweet™ Lifting Straps

IronMind’s original lifting strap, classic style used by Olympic-style weightlifters. With no sewn loop and designed for quick bail-outs, this is the style preferred by top lifters like Mario Martinez, the last American to win an Olympic medal in men’s weightlifting.

Blue, flat webbing (no sewn loop); 18” long x 1-1/2” wide.

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Sew-Easy™ Lifting Straps

Probably the easiest of all lifting straps to use, these straps are used by hardcore weightlifters and recreational lifters alike. Even if you’re all thumbs when it comes to lifting straps, you’ll find Sew-Easy Lifting Straps a breeze—which means bigger lifts and more strength are within your grasp.

Blue, ends sewn together to form a loop; 21-1/4” loop x 1-1/2” wide.

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Strong-Enough™ Lifting Straps

Named the official lifting straps of the World’s Strongest Man contest in 2010, it’s the dominant lifting strap on the professional strongman circuit—versatile enough for nearly everyone and nearly every application.

Blue, sewn loop at one end; 21-1/4” long x 1-1/2” wide.  

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Blue Twos™ Lifting Straps

If you prefer a little extra length and width in your lifting straps, and want the benefits of a custom nylon designed for added levels of strength and durability with even less stretch, Blue Twos Lifting Straps could be just for you.

Blue, sewn loop at one end; 23-1/4” long x 1-3/4” wide. 
 

blackandfourth Black and Fourth™ Lifting Straps

Add another notch of width and length to the Blue Twos Lifting Straps, use the same custom nylon, and you have this bad boy of a lifting strap. Not for everyone, but if you have big wrists, lift really big weights, and want plenty of length for thick bars too, here’s your lifting strap.

Black, sewn loop at one end; 25-1/4” long x 2” wide.

 

Jason Bergmann said of his experience at the 2010 World's Strongest Man contest:  "I just wanted to show you that [the Strong-Enough Lifting] straps more than held up on the Car Deadlift for time.  At about a minute my grip was going but I had the straps on right and they held with whatever little grip I had left.  I wouldn't have been able to hold onto the car for 1 minute and 27 seconds if it hadn't been for the straps!" Randall J. Strossen photo.
Jason Bergmann said of his experience at the 2010 World's Strongest Man
contest:  "I just wanted to show you that [the Strong-Enough Lifting] straps
more than held up on the Car Deadlift for time.  At about a minute my grip
was going but I had the straps on right and they held with whatever
little grip I had left.  I wouldn't have been able to hold onto
the car for 1 minute and 27 seconds if it hadn't been for the straps!"
Photo courtesy of Jason Bergmann. 

 
Want information on the what, why, when, and wherefores of using lifting straps? See Jim Schmitz’s “Schmitz on the Lifts” article “Straps—What, How, Why, and When to Use Them.”

IronMind’s line-up of competition-quality lifting straps is available in our e-store; get a 15% discount on packages of six or twelve: perfect for clubs and teams, coaches, contests, and gyms.

Chosen by the World’s Strongest Men

Zydrunas Savickas using Strong-Enough Lifting Straps on the Car Deadlift at the 2010 World's Strongest Man competition in Sun City, Africa.  Randall J. Strossen photo.
Zydrunas Savickas using Strong-Enough Lifting Straps on the Car Deadlift
at the 2010 World’s Strongest Man competition in Sun City, Africa.
Randall J. Strossen photo.

Two top strongmen, two different lifting straps, one victory:  Terry Hollands (left), with his trusty Strong-Enough Lifting Straps and Zydrunas Savickas (right) with Black and Fourth Lifting Straps, finish Strongman Champions League-Ireland in a dead heat.  Both won the contest!  Photo courtesy of Marcel Mostert.
Two top strongmen, two different lifting straps, one victory: Terry
Hollands (left), with his trusty Strong-Enough Lifting Straps and
Zydrunas Savickas (right) with Black and Fourth Lifting Straps, finish
Strongman Champions League–Ireland in a dead heat.
Both won the contest!
Photo courtesy of Marcel Mostert.

Derek Poundstone (three-peating at the Super Series Mohegan Sun) was in the beta test when IronMind developed Blue Twos Lifting Straps and he latched onto the Black and Fourth Lifting Straps . . . that's his original pair of Black and Fourth Lifting Straps in the photo.  Randall J. Strossen photo.
Derek Poundstone (three-peating at the Super Series Mohegan
Sun) was in the beta test when IronMind developed
Blue Twos Lifting Straps and Black and Fourth Lifting Straps.
Derek gave us valuable feedback as he latched onto the
Black and Fourth Lifting Straps . . . that’s his original pair
of prototype Black and Fourth Lifting Straps in the photo.
Randall J. Strossen photo.

 

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