The Rise Lever Belt is a product of months and months of non-stop scrutiny, tweaks and an innate desire for absolute perfection — and now it’s here. An incredibly easy-to-use lever design and high quality leather, with a feel that only gets better over time. There are other belts on the market, yes, but none of them are the Rise Lever Belt.
Unsurpassable magnificence. For those who refuse to settle. The Lever Belt is the pinnacle of our perfectionism and passion for breaking down walls — Rise in a nutshell. At Rise, we understand that no one ever achieved something great by cutting corners. That’s why every Lever Belt is pieced together from several layers of ultra-high quality cuts of leather that forms closer to you over time. That’s why we back up our lever with a warranty. We haven’t just created a belt for you — we’ve created your new training partner.
1- Use a damp soft or microfiber cloth, dip in a bowl of water with a drop or two of soap and wring until the cloth is damp. 2- Wipe the leather with another damp cloth (dip in water only and wring it). 3- Use a dry cloth to dry the leather.
How to clean suede: 1- Use a dry cloth, dip in white vinegar and gently rub onto the fabric. 2- Gently and thoroughly brush the area to remove any dirt or marks. 3- Let the suede air dry.
Note: Do not use a heater or blow dryer to dry as this can fade or damage the suede. Keep out of direct sunlight to prevent the colour of the suede to fade away.
All Rise products carry a 30-day warranty on defective materials or faulty workmanship, from the date of purchase.
One-Year Limited Warranty on the Rise Metal Lever. Rise Lever Belts have an extended one-year warranty on the Metal Lever Buckle, which means only this part is covered within the additional extended warranty window. If a claim is open after the 30-day limited warranty offered by Rise, the shipping fees to send a Metal Lever Buckle replacement will have to be covered by you.
This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse or neglect. Avoid dropping or throwing the belt on the ground, as this can cause damage to the buckle and the belt.
This is not your pants size. With your clothes on, measure the circumference halfway between your
rib cage and your hips (usually around the belly button). If you expect to wear a hoodie while
training, measure yourself with it.
If you are between two sizes, size up. The measurement are inclusive ">= and <="
As a general rule, you should be able to pass tightly one hand size between your midsection and the
To the contrary of common belief, the belt shouldn't be worn on your hips close to your lower
back. The belt should be right below your rib cage and seat above your hip bone. The tighter it's
worn the more secure the Lever Buckle will stay in place.
If you can feel the belt on your
hips, the belt is too low. If the belt is on your rib cage, it's too high, it should be placed
right underneath your rib cage.
The Rise Belts are designed to increase intra-abdominal pressure when breathing. When breathing
your midsection expands and stabilizes your core by pressing against the belt.
A brand new leather belt will feel stiff in the beginning, the more you use it, the better it will feel
and mould to your body.
Usually, a few workouts do it. You might want to roll in the belt back and forth when you receive
Do not roll it too small to prevent damaging the leather or suede.
I think it's important to explain that the Metal Lever can’t be broken or defective due to its
simplicity in how it works. There's no locking mechanism in a lever.
The "Lock-in" is created when the belt is tight enough and with the pressure of your core against
the belt. When a belt is brand new, it's not staying in a perfect rounded shape since it's stiffer
than a worn belt.
That being said, if the belt is adjusted properly, once you soften the belt by wearing it and
rolling it a few times it will stay in place and "Lock-in".
The metal lever has a curve and as the belt is new, you might have to soften the belt before attaching
the bolts to the lever.
Try to carefully bend the belt back and forth so it can curve to the form of the metal lever.
Once it's bent to the shape, apply pressure while screwing the bolt between the metal place and the
lever's threaded holes.
Equipment needed - Screwdriver Here's a video on how to adjust and wear your belt
The holes on your Lever Belt are made like this on purpose to keep the belt tight and secure with the hooks.
The two hooks of your Rise Metal Lever will go in the circle holes and the circle prong part in the oval
Why oval holes for the circle prong?
When you are breaking-in the belt, the metal hooks will stretch a little the circle holes to find their
natural position, having the oval holes ensure that the circle prong will have space.
That's all normal, we want you to wear a belt at all times.
Jokes aside, in the beginning, it will be hard to remove your belt because the metal lever hooks didn't
stretch the circle holes enough yet.
The more you wear it, the easier it will get. But why not make the holes bigger?
That's a great question, each belt is unique and so is the person using it. The size of the holes will
change depending on the pressure exercised on the belt.
You can use a screwdriver to loosen the holes a little. Don't overdo it to make sure the metal lever can
keep you secure.
How to clean your belt (Leather and Neoprene Finish)
Use a damp soft or microfiber cloth, dip in a bowl of water with a drop or two of soap and wring
until the cloth is damp.
Wipe the leather with another damp cloth (dip in water only and wring it).
Use a dry cloth to dry the leather.
How to clean the suede of your belt:
Use a dry cloth, dip in white vinegar and gently rub onto the fabric.
Gently and thoroughly brush the area to remove any dirt or marks.
Let the suede air dry.
Note: Do not use a heater or blow dryer to dry as this can fade or damage the suede.
Keep out of direct sunlight to prevent the color of the suede to fade away.
All Rise products carry a 30-day warranty on defective materials or faulty workmanship, from the date of
This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse or neglect.
Lever Belt Extended Warranty
There's a 1-year warranty on the metal lever. If for some reason it breaks within a year, we will send you
The belt itself can last a lifetime.
As for the metal lever on Lever Belts, our athletes and most of our customers
never broke a lever, however, like anything else, it can break depending on how you take care of your
If you drop your belt on the floor often or hit the metal lever often it might eventually break.
Think of it like the breaks on a car, the sportier you're driving, the quicker you'll have to change
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This is not your pants size.
With your clothes on, measure the circumference halfway between your rib cage and your hips (usually around the belly button).
If you expect to wear a hoodie while training, measure yourself with it.