Lock, Load, Lift
IronMind’s competition-quality lifting straps are super-strong, super-dependable: they won’t let you down.
No wonder they are the top choice at the World’s Strongest Man contest, where the Strong-Enough Lifting Straps were named the official lifting strap in 2010.
If you’re not using IronMind Lifting Straps, you’re probably not lifting as much as you could be.
Chosen by the world's strongest athletes in 3 styles: the question is not whether you are using IronMind lifting straps . . . the question is, which IronMind lifting straps are you using?
Named the official lifting straps of the World’s Strongest Man contest in 2010, it’s the dominant lifting strap on the professional strongman circuit - versatile enough for nearly everyone and nearly every application.
Strong-Enough Lifting Straps: The top pro strongman choice since their introduction in 2000 and probably used for more top strongman performances than all other straps combined, Strong-Enough are also the single best overall lifting straps for most people. Strong-Enough Lifting Straps were developed when Ken Brown's run-of-the-mill straps blew out at the 1999 World's Strongest Man contest, keeping him from making the finals. We said, "That shouldn't happen; we can make make you some lifting straps that won't blow." The rest is history: Ken went on to break the world record in the Silver Dollar Deadlift--1,062-1/2 lb.--and Strong-Enough Straps were strong enough for the job. 21-1/4" long, loop at one end; 1-1/2" wide.