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Olympic Lifting Straps
Olympic Lifting Straps - Black
Olympic Lifting Straps - Black
Olympic Lifting Straps - White
Olympic Lifting Straps - Red
  • Red, black, and white REP Olympic Lifting Straps
  • Close-up view of the right-sided white REP Olympic Lifting Strap on an athlete's wrist.
  • Close-up view of an athlete securing the right-sided white REP Olympic Lifting Strap to a loaded barbell.
  • Close-up view of an athlete securing the left-sided white REP Olympic Lifting Strap to a loaded barbell.
  • Front view of an athlete at mid-shin level of a snatch while wearing a pair of white REP Olympic Lifting Straps.
  • Front view of an athlete at the finish position of a snatch while wearing a pair of white REP Olympic Lifting Straps.
  • Close-up view of the right-sided white REP Olympic Lifting Strap at the finish position of a snatch.
  • Athlete getting ready to unload a barbell while wearing a pair of white REP Olympic Lifting Straps.
  • Olympic Lifting Straps
  • Close-up view of an athlete securing the right-sided red REP Olympic Lifting Strap to a loaded barbell.
  • Close-up view of an athlete putting on a pair of black REP Olympic Lifting Straps.
  • Close-up view of an athlete securing the right-sided black REP Olympic Lifting Strap to a loaded barbell.

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  • What’s the difference between wrist wraps and Olympic lifting straps?

    Wrist wraps are secured around the wrist joint to support it, typically during heavy presses (think of powerlifters maxing out on bench). Straps also wrap around your wrists, but they have excess material that is intended to also wrap around the equipment – connecting your hands to the bar or handle. This allows you to not solely rely on your grip; your wrists can bear some of the weight, too. You most typically use wraps for push exercises and straps for pull exercises; you wouldn’t need a strap for a press (although some lifters like the support of wraps for pulls).

  • What’s the difference between lifting straps and Olympic lifting straps?

    Lifting Straps are longer and require one end to loop through the other, which can allow for a tighter, more secure grip. Olympic lifting straps are shorter and feature a single closed-loop design. This allows for a safer and more instant release of the bar, which can be more beneficial for quick-release movements like snatches.

  • Do REP Olympic Lifting Straps have a warranty?

    Yes, they have a one-year warranty.

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