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 3 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||19-1/4”, loop at one end||1-1/2” wide||top pro strongman choice; best general purpose|
15% discount on 6 pairs or more: perfect for clubs and teams, coaches, contests, and gyms.
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.
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.
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; 19-1/4” long x 1-1/2” wide.
Watch our YouTube video on Lifting Straps – How to Choose and Use Them.
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.
All-About-It Resource Pages
Our helpful resource pages tell you what books, videos and MILO articles we have published in grip training, strongman, and Olympic-style weightlifting and weight training. Have a look and find the right information to take you to your next set of PRs.