Strongly supported what the International Powerlifting Federation has approved for use in Classic powerlifting competitions. The first in the world to meet the IPF size limit of 7mm thickness 30cm length.
Proprietary SBD "Torgue" model, where the material "wraps" around the knee
Right and left leg models separately. This optimizes the fit and reduces the wrong kind of twisting and strain on the knee.
Top neoprene and specially reinforced seams, combined with the quality control of each individual bandage, guarantee a long service life.
Manufactured in Great Britain, which helps to ensure consistency of quality.
The staff also separately points out that strict is strict in these products. This material is resistant to tearing and stretching, and thus there is no need to insert an empty space in the size chart so that the warmers will last.
So we ask you to go according to the table. The size of the old heaters does not apply to these!
A) Fold the heater in half "inside out"
B) in this position, pull it from the calf over to the knee bend. The best way to do this is to insert your fingers from below between the calf and the calf and "push" through this
C) From the knee bend, turn the "inside out" part of the warmer over the thigh
What kind of warranty does the product have?
The product has a 12-month warranty against manufacturing defects. Although we expect our products to last a considerable amount of time, in the rare event that our quality control has missed a manufacturing error, it should become clear to the customer within this time period. Problems that occurred after 12 months are usually counted as normal wear and tear.
It is worth noting that scratches and signs of wear on the surface of the heater are almost always interpreted as normal wear. So avoid direct contact with the bar with the heaters!
How to wash the heaters?
We recommend hand washing with water or mild soap (or special neoprene/wet suit detergent). Heaters dry best in a vertical position on a surface that allows air to circulate inside the heater. Machine washing may damage the surfaces of the heater and the hot temperatures of machine washing the rubber parts of the heater.
PRO TIP: If you want these to become real springs over time, the spirit team recommends leaving the heaters completely unwashed! During training, sweat and magnesium dust sticking to the heaters "harden" the heaters and because of this, older heaters often feel stiffer than new ones! ;)
Will other colors be available?
Yes, in the form of limited editions to be released later.
Can the grip surface of the bar damage the heaters?
The surface of the 7mm heaters withstands the rubbing of the bar a little better than its 5mm little brother. However, constant contact and scratching with the grip surface of the rod significantly shortens the service life of the heater. So try to avoid direct contact with the bar in your training, if you want them to last as long as possible.