Designed for the serious lifter, the Harbinger® Big Grip "No-Slip" lifting strap features Dura-Grip™ rubber straps that grab the bar for a "No-Slip" grip when lifting. The 21.5” extended length allows you to wrap the bar several times.
- Strap is made from heavy-duty nylon and Dura-Grip™ rubber for added strength The Dura-Grip™ rubber strips grab the bar for a "No-Slip" grip when lifting When using the strap, rubber strip side must always face the bar 21.5” extended length allows you to wrap the bar several times
- One size fits all
- Brand : Harbinger
- Country of Origin : Imported
- DICK'S Pro Tips
- Web ID: 16HRBUBGGRPPRLFTNEAC
- SKU: 11458217
Harbinger Big Grip ''No Slip'' Pro Lifting Strap is rated out of 5 by 92.
Rated 2 out of 5 by chief from 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.
Date published: 2012-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nodnarbius from Exactly what I was looking for! I have owned these for a little while now and have not been disappointed. I use them for all manner of movements and find them to work in a couple different capacities. For one, they work very well as straps. I use them when I'm not concerned with grip training and just need to lift heavy weight for strengthening. Secondly, I like to use them as a wrist wrap. This obviously isn't what they're supposed to be for, but they work. Compared to other wrist wrap type products they don't take up a lot space on my wrist and I cant adjust them very easily. As long as you don't mind the strap being a bit in the way, it's not a bad way to utilize the product. The only complaint I would levy against these and it isn't the product's fault is a little bit of rust that has developed on the buckles. I keep them in a basement gym and it does get a bit humid in there. That being said, if you don't store them in what may be a humid environment, you likely won't have this issue. All in all, a pretty good product for the price and one I would purchase again if something went wrong with this pair.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nick from Great straps Had these from 5 years ago without the NO SLIP and they finally broke. I was not sure of I would like the new improvement but decided to make the purchase. Boy was i shocked at how much tighter the grip was and they really don't slip. Dead lifts went up along with the ability to handle more weight during back workouts because my forearms weren't gassed. Only complaint is they are a little stiff right out of the package but after a few trips to the gym they're great
Date published: 2014-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Matt from Great beginner product! I use this product in my heavy deadlifting sets and during dumbbell shrugs. These straps definitely help to increase overall grip strength and have allowed me to make huge gains when it comes to those two exercises. The only problem I have had with these is that some of the fabric is starting to tear but the product still works as expected. Also if you have difficulty using them just watch a few youtube videos and you can figure it out pretty quickly.
Date published: 2012-07-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mike from Slippery outer material I have always use schiek brand straps but made the switch because Dicks didn't carry them. The inner side of the straps have a rubber lining which makes it difficult to "tighten" them around the bar. The outer material of the strap,is slippery and thick. It makes it hard to hold them. I find it difficult to use them. I am going to buy the other brand. Oh, and the end stitching at the end of one of straps pulled off first time using them.
Date published: 2014-04-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disgruntled from fail I bought these about 6 months ago. I only use them for deadlifts. Prior to these, I had been using the $12 version (also made by Harbinger) for the same purpose. I bought these mostly because they were the only choice at the store I was in (although I figured more expensive would mean better quality). Unfortunately, spending more didn't mean getting a better product. These are NOT engineered for heavy lifting. Please note that the strap is stitched on to the cuff. I was halfway through a set of 405 pounds when the stitches broke and the seam failed -- completely torn in two. Too late to get a replacement from the store. So, I'm going back to the $12 version (which is a sturdier, continuous strap with a loop at one end -- not as fancy looking but always held up, no matter how heavy the lift and lasted 3 times as long before just the grips started to wear out).
Date published: 2015-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Falcon from Ease your grip The no-slip lifting straps are great. They really help in allowing to concentrate more weight on the muscles being worked while allowing you to relax your grip some.The strap is rubberized so the strap does not slip from the bar.The padded wrist wrap also helps keep the strap from digging into your wristGreat product, much better than other similar straps I have purchased, including some wrist hooks.
Date published: 2015-11-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by Evan84 from Not as good as cheaper straps with simple padding The straps work as intended however when tightened down and used for weight 400+lbs the wraps steel bar tightening piece pulls into your skin and causes much more discomfort than simple lift straps that are all fabric.
Date published: 2017-10-03
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