Who knew a lifting belt could be this comfortable? We did.
The Neoprene Belt gets a beautiful new design specifically for the Rise Women's line. As lightweight and versatile as ever, keep yourself braced for any and all of your workouts. You'll never want to take it off. Where standard belts fall behind, the Neoprene Belt gains a handsome lead. Uncomplicated style meets uncomplicated design in a harmonization of function and performance. Don’t let the Neoprene Belt’s good looks fool you — it’s a serious player. With heavy duty nylon strengthened by reinforced neoprene, it can keep up with bodybuilders and powerlifters alike. Simple Velcro offers a secure, custom fit, while still allowing you to tighten or loosen the strap at will. To top it off, the Neoprene Belt is thinner and lighter than its competition. Talk about your win-win.
How to clean: 1- Using a bucket or large bowl, add cold water and two tablespoons of white vinegar or natural product 2- Soak it for 30-60 minutes 3-Squeeze excess water out 4- Air dry on a flat surface
Wait until they are completely dry before reusing them. Wash once every couple of months. Important * • Do NOT dry clean • Do NOT bleach • Do NOT iron
All Rise products carry a 30-day Limited Warranty on defective materials or faulty workmanship, from the original date of purchase. Rise does not warrant against normal wear and tear, nor damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse or neglect.
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. Size Guide
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.
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.