Harbinger Big Grip "No Slip" Pro Lifting Strap
Does what they're meant to
Much higher quality than the old style straps. These are padded on the inside so they don't damage or hurt the wrist, and the straps do a good job of staying put. I use them for dumbbell shrugs and it really lets you focus on the muscle and lift without your grip being a limiting factor.
April 2, 2013
Better than the basic
Usually purchase the basic edition for $9.99. Glad I went for the upgrade. Better grip and way better padding. Feels more secure
March 19, 2013
Added 30 lbs to my pr deadlift weight! Work great to secure grip!
March 12, 2013
This product gives you a very impressive grip when it comes to lifting. The rubber located on the actual strap can't be beat. The downside is the metal loop on the strap, depending on its placement on the wrist it can be painful for heavier lifts.
February 26, 2013
They work great. The wrist wraps and the strap coming down through the center great design. My only gripe would be that I wished it had the rubber on both sides of the strap.
February 20, 2013
The lifting straps helped me alot. The only reason I bought it is because my wrist was hurt and needed an extra help when lifting. It work pretty well.
January 15, 2013
Very good lifting straps; very comfortable at maximal weights
October 18, 2012
I have uesd these starps for about a week now and love them. I used to use the original Harbinger strap and this is a definte improvement. Not only good grip but also the wrist part gives good stability. It takes a couple of days of use to get use to and break them in but once you do they work great.
October 16, 2012
"Not for sure how to use it"
I thought I knew how to use it and can not get it to cooperate. I hate to bad mouth it at this moment until I use the product, but it is hard for me to wrap the bar with the same hand, I can get one to work because I have a free hand but once I'm wrapped up I can't wrap the other one handed.
September 10, 2012
harbinger big grip
For a novice ya this product is great but for anyone who is real about lifting weights it only weakens your grip and keeps you from being serious about max gains. I used this in beging working out to help hold deadlift and worked great. Then once over 350 the strap starts to rip of wrist pad and I find using chalk and working grip strength I am now better off with out the straps and would recommend anyone wanting to be serious about going hard and deadlifting seriously they lose the straps also. Im now over 400 plus and working my way to 500 and I only weigh 160lbs.
September 5, 2012