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Performance & comfort: unisex singlet for Powerlifting competitions
To excel in competition, you need to be able to focus on the most important thing: your lifts. Suitable and high-quality competition gear contributes physically but also mentally to your success. An essential part of this is a singlet that you feel comfortable in.
IPF approved: competition-level quality
The fabric blend of nylon and spandex ensures that the singlet fits your body shape, and with a fabric density of 330GSM, you can look forward to a super comfortable wear. Nylon is known for its durability, longevity and quick drying, while spandex is stretchy and flexible. This blend is therefore ideal for advanced sportswear.
Moreover, the surface offers significantly less adherence for chalk and the shorter leg length reduces the amount of friction surface between the fabric and the barbell when deadlifting. In addition, there are silicone grippers on the inside of the leg cuffs so that the leg stays in place and there is no more annoying slipping. The neutral unisex cut is a good base for all kinds of athletes.
➲Approved for IPF competitions, this singlet can also be worn for other competitive sports, e.g. Olympic weightlifting or also in strong(wo)man sports.
Material: Nylon-Spandex blend (80%/20%), 330GSM
Silicone gripper in inner leg cuff
No irritating labels
Do I need a singlet for powerlifting?
You've trained hard and now you're about to compete for the first time, so you're probably wondering if you need a singlet. Typically, you wear special competition wear for powerlifting competitions and this is sometimes also mandatory, i.e. a must. If you want to compete in the IPF, for example, you are on the safe side with this singlet. If you don't want to compete, it's more a matter of personal preference than a must to wear a singlet in training.
I do Olympic weightlifting, can I wear this singlet as well for such competitions?
You can wear this singlet on weightlifting competitions without any worries, it meets the requirements of the International Weightlifting Federation.
Are the singlets see-through?
Despite the elasticity, the material is a tightly woven fabric with a high fabric density, similar to an average pair of cloth pants, which does not reveal what you are wearing underneath – so clearly, yes, squat-proof.