100 lb BOX weight vest
100 lb. BOX short weight vest
BOX® weighted vests are designed for gym use. Perfect for CrossFit® training, P90X, INSANITY workouts, and any other fitness routine. The included clamp belt system is easily adjustable for multiple-user workouts. Built with narrow shoulders and body for overhead arm movements and bodyweight workouts.
- Comfortable and compact design
- Fully padded body and shoulders
- Durable moisture-resistant materials
- Will never stretch, sag, or fall apart
- All weights and belts are removable
- One size fits all
- 100 pounds of cast iron weight in 2.5 lb. increments included
- 50 lb base vest and 50 lb attachment are included
- Easy-adjust Clamp-belt system for BOX vests
- Made in the USA
- Includes a lifetime warranty
Narrow shoulders are best for overhead and forward arm movements.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Jan 2018
when I got the weight vest I was a little worried about how it was going to feel on my body until I put it on. I like that it was super short so that I could get my squats in and it didn't get in the way of my waste and legs when doing so. the chest area is a little broad and when I do lat pull ins it is a little restricting when my arms are fully stretched out but that is okay. same goes for the full extension of my push ups, it tends to restrict my shoulders and chest from fully flexing at the peak of my push ups but again that is ok. it holds together really well and doesn't unlatch from the belt clamps. super great for dips and Australian pull ups and easy to get off right away. definitely glad that I got it.
Posted by Mike on 31st Dec 2016
Got the 100 lbs - love how it fits high on my upper body. If I want to go up to 100 for even heavier pulls I just put on a second thinner vest atop the first one that has more cushion on the shoulder straps, no problem. Much better than hanging weights from the hip. Range of motion is not affected with this vest. I don't run anymore, but would be a great vest for doing so too.
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Posted by Alec on 13th Mar 2015
I've been doing weighted calisthenics for two years now. I've improvised everything from plates strapped to ropes, to weight belts, to climbing harnesses with dumbbells attached, so this was going to be a huge improvement regardless. However, I must say I am so pleasantly impressed with how easy it is to get in and out of it, adjust to exactly my size, and load and reload the weights. The distribution is perfectly balanced and there is no unnecessary pressure on the shoulders thanks to the padding. I now have no need for a gym with plenty of progressive resistance to my favorite form of functional training. People at the climbing gym are already asking about it and where they can get one. I proudly recommend them to V-Max.