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Gravity Boots

Original price £34.99 - Original price £34.99
Original price £34.99
£34.99 - £34.99
Current price £34.99
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Need a change of perspective? Gravity boots are designed for just this purpose.

Hanging from an upside-down position, otherwise known as inversion therapy, allows for the rehabilitation of the spine and other joints in the body. In essence, you are using your own bodyweight to stretch and decompress from your ankles down to your head. In addition to passive hanging, gravity boots can be used for active exercises to strengthen your back and abdominals.

The boots are fitted with comfortable but firm foam padding which is then latched into place around your ankles and secured with a safety catch. Solid steel hooks on the front attach to most standard sized pull-up bars. Once fastened on, these boots are very stable and can withstand a maximum load of 150KG.

How these work:
1) Strap the boots around your ankles and make sure that they are fastened in place using the safety catch
2) Manoeuvre the hooks on the boots onto the pull-up bar. (Tip: if you're struggling to get the boots on the bar, you can also use the help of a resistance band to give yourself a boost)
3) Hang loose!

- Use for strengthening and stretching the back and abdominal muscles
- Universal sizing
- Incl. safety lock and foam padding
- Steel hooks for attaching to a standard size bar (approx. 30mm)
- Total weight: 1.7KG

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Rob Starkey

Good value for well made item

David Walker
sturdy and work well.

quite heavy and strong boots (unlike many you find online), you need that hanging upside down!


Very tough material. Sturdy and well made.

Andy B
These really are the best for comfort

I’ve bought 2 pairs of these. I recently decided to buy an alternative brand that just looked more modern and were slightly cheaper but, honestly, I wish i didn’t. They proved to be far too tight around the ankles, less padding and the hooks were just set at a slightly more open angle that just seemed to make me swing more! So if you’re thinking about getting a pair of inversion boots I’d say go with this. They’re a bit heavier but, really, I think this actually makes them feel safer to use

peter manzi

These are much cheaper and space saving than a whole inversion table. They do the job nicely. I hang on my power cage. I use the cage dip bars on the inside of the cage to help me get up easily. They seem strong and very secure. Seems to have helped my knees recover