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Universal Size


Dual Use

One Size Fits All

Designed for durability and versatility.

The adjustable velcro and padding was carefully designed with zero gap to accomodate almost all waist sizes.





lunges, OHP, muscle ups and many more.

"So I really worked the Kensui weighted belt today.

I started muscle-ups with different weights starting from 10lbs to 45lbs.

I have to say this is the best belt I've used and I have ran though a couple difference brands."


Meticulously Designed

Removable carabiners allow for quick and easy adjustment.

Suitable for a wide range of exercises, including weighted dips and heavy lifts.

360 BRACE Technology

We carfully engineered the padding of our belt to eliminate the gap so you can lift safer and heavier.

Belt #1

Belt #2


Climbing Rope

We opted for climbing rope instead of a heavy metal chain or perishable webbing.

This 10mm rope is both lightweight yet durable achieves the best of both worlds.


Traditional Dip Belt

2-in-1 Dip Belt










We want you to reach your fitness goals, enjoy your life and feel healthy. The last thing we want is to create more stress in your life, so if you decide this item is not for you we'll be happy to give you a no-hassle, no-questions-asked 100% refund.


What waist size does it fit?

This belt was carefully designed to be one size fits almost all. With the adjustable velcro strap it fits all waist sizes from 26-40.

How much weight does it hold?

We have tested it up to 500lbs without any issue. If you plan to use more weight, reach out to us and we can test it!

What excercises can I do with it?

The belt is mainly designed for muscle ups, pull-ups, and dips. However if you get creative you can also use it for pushups and squats. However the vest is better for these movements.

Should I get the belt or the weighted vest?

They are two very different equipment even though they both add weight to the body. The dip belt is ideal for pullups and dips, but the vest is better for all other exercises such as the squat, lunge, pushup, pike press, inverted row.

Furthermore, because the weight is distributed differently, doing a pullup will feel different with a vest and belt. This is very similar to the difference between a front and back squat.

Therefore, for optimal results we recommend you get both.


Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Glenn T. (NL)
Great product!

I am using it both as a lifting belt as for weighted exercises. It is not a powerlifting belt but for the average gym goer it will more than suffice!

cmd (US)
Excellent hybrid belt

I got this hoping for a belt squat belt that could replace my rep fitness belt that came with my belt squat rack attachment. It definitely can replace a cheap belt squat, but it's not as comfortable as a padded belt squat belt like the spud inc pillow belt.

I find myself putting on the Kensui belt most often and just leaving it on. I'm much more likely to use it. You can clip in and out without donning / doffing the whole belt. Just latch or unlatch a carabiner or two depending on your setup and you're good to go.

The belt can get plenty tight on me with a size 36 waist. I was a bit worried about the velcro. So far so good. There's plenty of it and it holds.

Included carabiners are nice and smooth. Included rope feels strong and easily holds plates or kettle bells. I think Kensui said the rope was rated up to 600 lbs. Don't quote me on that number. I've hooked up two 40kg (88lbs ea) and it held up fine, but a bit awkward with two kettlebells as you might imagine.

Sangharsh K. (PL)
Great belt

Def something I was looking for!! Love it

Just Perfect

I have just purchased the Kensui weight belt and it's everything I expected it to be from my previous purchases from you.
I bought it because doing sumo squats with heavy kettle bells, my grip gave out before my legs did!
So this was perfect, just whip the cord around the handles, clip the ends to the belt and stand up straight!
No more weak grip, no more bent over back ache, just well worked leg muscles. At a more attractive price than other lifting belts and it's multi-purpose too. Great design idea!

Chad D.
The duo-belt

The Weighted Ring push up is one of my favorite chest exercises even more so than traditional barbell or dumbbell bench press. The ROM, the core activation, the squeeze, and the amount of weight you can push is very comparable to free weights. The only problem is the traditional dip belt likes slide down to the bottom of your lats which isn't optimal for back health. The Duo-belt does a good job at keeping the weight in position, allowing me to focus on mind muscle connection. This is exactly why I bought it and I'm very happy that I did.