Metal deadlift suit

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  1. Jeg1983

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    Anyone here ever use it, or have any experience with them?

    I just got one and wondered how people who are not affiliated with elitefts.com felt about them.

    Also I am not sure I like the way this sounds
    "This reverse wedgie effect may not be comfortable to some but is soon forgotten as they stand up with record weight." :eek3:
     
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    I've heard, along with many other Metal products, thats its pretty extreme and hard to get to low
     
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    Yea I have heard the same, you hear any other reviews about it?
     
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    just that it's perhaps the best suit for a conventional puller
     
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    I havent, personally. I havent even looked into a suit yet - won't until I'm over a 650 pull
     
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    Diesel Weasel loves his metal suit!!!
     
  7. Jeg1983

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    :squint::squint:

    Not quite what I was looking for
     
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    Haha i wonder when he bought that. It's funny that he notes "loose form" on his barbell rows but not on his deadlifts or anything else.
     
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    :bigthumb:

    Well it's supposed to be here on the 14th so I don't have to wait too long for it
     
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    some people prefer the IPF over the pro...it's an individual thing
     
  12. Jeg1983

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    I went with the pro
     
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    loose form :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    . x11ty

    I love his BOR form, 1st rep was decent, by the 5th he was shrugging it.
     
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    shit, he even hitches on rack pulls, i wonder how bad the 545 and 515 were
     
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    I've heard Metal gear in general is overpriced compared to denim and canvas stuff concerning durability.
     
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    crap

    For DL suits though what would be an quality alternative
     
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    :dunno: I'm still using my z-suit, as far as a canvas/denim deadlift suit I have no clue.
     
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    I have never even heard of anyone using anything but poly for deadlift suits
     
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    :werd:
     
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    Yeah man that dude is a fuckin moron
     
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    my gym owner

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    I have but very rarly and I dont remember any of the details. Maybe an Inzer or Titen suit would be more durable, all I know is people around here say Metal gear is not very durable for the price.
     
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    Thats right I forgot schwabb comes out in the squat index intro deadlifting in canvas.Though he does deadlift sumo and I know squat suits are better for a sumo deadlifter.
     
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