Hypervest Pro Weight Vest
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Step up to the best weight vest on the market- the Hypervest Pro by Hyperwear! Unlike other weight vest that use weight blocks that are up to 1kg in weight, the Hypervest Pro uses tiny metal plates to provide weight. These plates are evenly distributed across the vest for no bulk and maximum comfort. Plus, the vest itself cinches tight to your body.
The Hypervest comes with 10 pounds of weights installed. You can buy booster weight packs to increase the weight of the vest to 20 pounds or more.
It's the perfect vest for executing burpees, chest-to-bar pullups, knees-to-bar, sprints, distance runs and more!
Note: This is not the best vest for loading 30 pounds or more. It is an excellent vest for weights of 5-20 pounds.
Take your training to the next level with the Hyper Vest PRO weighted vest. The patented design features a unique fabric control system that hugs the body for an extremely comfortable fit that does not restrict range of motion.
The breathable, odor-resistant, wicking fabric and generous open side panels provides superior ventilation. Highly adjustable side lacing and slim profile allows for exceptional fit and comfort.
The Hyper Vest PRO weight vest comes pre-loaded with 10 lbs of high-density steel weights and is fully adjustable. Whether you are training for sports performance, cross training or general fitness and weight loss, the Hyper Vest PRO is the best weight vest.
|Weight Range||90 -130lb||130 - 170lb||170 - 210lb||210lb+|
|Height Range||4'10" - 5'4"||5'4" - 5'9"||5'9" - 6'4"||6'4"+|
|Max Weight Capacity||23lb||25lb||34lb||45lb|
Hyperwear is a leading producer of innovative, high-quality, functional fitness equipment that is safe, effective and easy to use. Our mission to provide simple, powerful, gear supported by best-in-class education and training resources. Our unique line of free weight product includes the Hyper Vest PRO weightvest, SandBell, SteelBell and SandRope.
They are the choice of many pro and collegiate athletic teams, top functional fitness and OCR athletes, military, police and fire personnel as well as the general fitness community
I would highly recommend this vest, due to its design it is compatible to, and will fit perfectly on any body type. I am a 5'11" 160lb male and purchased the large vest. I've used it while running, rowing and doing double-unders. I think I probably should've bought the medium but I figured I'll grow into this a little more, plus I wanted to be able to easily get it to 20lbs. I have it loaded to 20lbs which requires doubling up the weights in about 20 of the slots. I originally stacked them down the center of my back but got bad rash areas on my lower back from the weights bouncing and rubbing, specifically during the double-unders. So if you're going to double stack the weights to get it to 20lbs I would recommend putting them higher on the chest and back area to avoid a rash near the waist. I've never used any other vest so can't say this one is the 'best' but I did a lot of research prior to settling on this one and I really like the feel, fit and durability.
There may be some people that are hesitant to boy or confused by either sizing/weights or even pricing for this vest. Let me clarify most of it for you! I'm a 6'4" medium to thin build (185lbs) individual and I'm always torn between getting size L and XL for things. The different sizes of these vests add additional rows of available spots to put extra weights in. If you get a small, the amount of pockets available for weights will be significantly less than the large. The Large vest's zipper is 15" long. The XLarge is 17.5". I figured this may be helpful for some people looking into the sizes. Fringe was able to help me with that quickly so that I could place my order :) If you need the length of the zipper measured, send them an email! All the vests come with 10lbs (I'm not sure how the XXS gets shipped because it's max capacity is under 10lbs with double weights in each pocket, so be sure to check with fringe first if this is of concern to you) In this link (to their booster packs): http://www.fringesport.com/products/hyperwear-booster-pack you'll see that it shows you the different sizes of vests... and how much the vest will weigh if you have 1 metal plate in each available pocket for each size vest. This is important! Because I really don't like the feel, or even stretching out those pockets to fit two weights. So for me personally, I'd recommend that if you have a weight in mind that you want in the vest... be sure it holds it with only single weights in each pocket. I personally have mine set to 17lbs tested on my scale (I have a L with all pockets full with 1 plate) and I wear it to my office job under my suit (yes I'm serious haha). I take 7 flights of stairs up to work/lunch every day. Every hour on the hour while at work... I have a pull up bar I use for pullups/inverted rows, I do pushups, filing cabinets I do dips at, and even an adjustable set of dumbbells. This vest has made the world of a difference to push through some body weight movements plateau. When I take this thing off when I get home... I feel like I'm flying... Then of course I use my fringe equipment for my main workouts ;) I know a lot of people say this is an expensive vest... trust me once you get one, you'll understand why. Fully washable. Fully adjustable. Conformed to your body... you forget you have it on! I can't say enough good things about it. You won't be sorry!
Pros: Washable material, great fit, not bulky. Cons: Seperate cost for extra weights, little irritation around the neck area during extensive training, clip-ties loosen on the sides during jumping, or running, that needs readjusting throughout routine.