What To Expect In This Review
Of course, I did not end up buying EVERY set of lifting straps on the market.
Since Amazon.com is a major outlet for us I chose to compare our Rip Toned straps with the other top contenders on Amazon. There are dozens of others but I’m wasn’t interested in spending that much money and investing that much time, so I went for what I believed to be the top sellers and most popular.
Each set of lifting straps were graded on these 5 factors…
- How effective are the straps in actual gym use?
- What is the quality of material used?
- Would I recommend this to a friend?
- Did I enjoy the customer service?
- What is the quality of the workmanship?
I’m going to be really honest and tell you which ones I believe are lacking in certain areas as well which ones I would recommend my best friend to buy. If you happen to be one of my competitors reading this and I gave your lifting straps a negative review, think of it as an opportunity to improve and provide a better buying experience for your customers… fix the issue, get back to me with the improvements and I will be happy to update my review!
My intent is not to bash any product owners, but to help product buyers with an objective review of the best selling lifting straps.
With that said, there were some clear winners!
I’m not sure about you, but personally I don’t want to read long winded articles. So to do you a “solid” in this section I’ve ranked the lifting straps that I am reviewing from best to “least best”.
To find a more in-depth explanation on my findings, simply scroll down to where I’ve reviewed that particular weightlifting strap product.
Overall Winner = Rip Toned Lifting Straps (don’t believe me… look below)
4th Place = Goes to Valeo lifting straps
5th Place = Grizzly lifting straps (great quality but will explain position in detail below)
6th Place = Pulling up the rear are the Altus cotton lifting straps