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ABOUT STOIC

/ˈstōik/
A person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining.

 

Stoic Training Equipment is Lift Unlimited’s premium strength training gear line up where the focus on:

  • Max Performance
  • Maximum Durability & Longevity (100% Guaranteed)
  • Elite Athlete Approval & Competition Spec

 

When buying product with the Stoic label you’re guaranteed to owning a product that meets the above standards or we’ll take it back.

In the Stoic line you’ll find equipment designed to be worn on your person in training or in competition to protect against injury, enhance performance, and to reduce pain.

This includes lifting belts, neoprene sleeves, wraps, and more. For other Lift Unlimited exclusive brands and products, check out the store page.

REVIEWS

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Great product, size, and staying power.
    More than that excellent customer service!!!

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I love these sleeves, It feels as though I’m wearing springs! Honestly they give me the confidence to get where I want to be.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I’ve been in the market for a while just because my rehbands fell apart and I spend a lot of time squatting, but I just never felt like spending the money to be honest. I saw the special you guys were running and I liked the fact that the marketing wasn’t corny. So far I like them. I’m very surprised how warm they keep my knees and the fact they don’t move around. You guys have done a great job. I’ll keep recommending them to people for sure. Thanks again.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Well I smoked 415 in your sleeves for a 40lb PR! You could say I’m happy with them but that wouldn’t be enough! Well worth the wait thank you for being patient with me I just wish I would have ordered the belt now! 100% recommend these sleeves!

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I can honestly recommend these. I no longer have pain in my knees after doing squats and deadlifts. I have used them for leg presses too. Great product.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I have used several sleeves on the market and found these to be the best. The knee sleeves offer great support without restricting range of motion. My wife used mine and now I’m purchasing a second pair.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    What a great product at such a reasonable cost. Effective support at heavy weight great fit. Rec9mend for any beginner fitness training. Better than having a spotter!!!

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    Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Just got my sleeves today. Super fast processing and shipping. I used my sleeves tonight and I love them. I have bad knees, and these kept my knees feeling great during a high rep squat session. Everything about them seems great. Just have to see how well they hold up. I have high hopes though.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Comparable to the SBDs, but cheaper. At first, the stitches along the sides really irritated my skin, but after breaking them in, I don’t feel the stitching at all. I use them for all my heavy squats now.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Very well made sleeves, comfortable, appropriate thickness and coverage, and an unbeatable price point compared to other sleeves on the market. Highly recommended.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I am primarily using these sleeves for squatting to start, due to some knee issues I’ve had in the past. These sleeves are nice and solid, and provide good compression…so much so that I almost thought I couldn’t get them over my calves at first! However, once on they were comfortable to wear for the duration of my training session, and provided good support. They seem a bit thicker and heavier duty than Rehband knee sleeves my wife uses (and loves), and are definitely longer. Overall, so far I am really liking them, and have no complaints!

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    These knee sleeves are great quality and very useful for keeping my 50 y.o. knees warm and supported during my squats. These are slightly longer than my TK Bands and have a nicer fabric surface, plus great rubber pads in side that keep them from riding up or down during movement. I’ve used them about half a dozen times now and keep them in my gym bag at all times. A great product.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    My first set of knee sleeves and I find they really do make my knees more comfortable, warm and the added support is very welcome. Nicely made, heavyweight material, easy to put on and take off and they stay in place during use. Just a slight amount of bunching behind the knees but not enough to create any issues.
    Highly recommended.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I’m quite happy with this product. They provide excellent support and warmth for squats. The material and seams are of high quality and designed to last. The fit is good, too. They don’t bunch up behind the knee and they stay put for the entire workout.

    Pay close attention to the sizing guidelines. I originally ordered mediums which were entirely too small. The company’s customer service was prompt and courteous, assisting me to exchange them for a pair of larges, which fit great.

    I highly recommend these sleeves.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    These sleeves are incredible! They provide just enough support without being too tight, making them comfortable enough to use every workout. And, as usual, lift . net’s shipping and service were impeccable. Would definitely buy again.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    These came in perfect time, im in the market of getting a new knee sleeve, the one I have right now gave up on me (SBD), it rip after a year of using. It looks strong and durable, I like the nonslip feature, and keeps my knees warm.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Great pair of knee sleeves, on par with SBD and the STrong Sleeves from Mark Bell. If you own either of those two already, these may not be a MUST own, but at the current price of $50 for a pair, they’re definitely worth picking up if you need/want a new pair or a different size

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    UPDATED REVIEW: I have been using these off and on for the last few weeks, even though I have had them for 5 months. I have found that they are helping with my knee pain. I do not use them during deadifts, but only squats. Knee Sleeves are not allowed where I usually compete, so I know I will have to ween myself off of them before I compete, but I find them therapeutic for now. The top does seem to have some sliding down as they are getting more worn, and I have to adjust them every couple of sets.
    previous review: I have never used sleeves before. I found these difficult to put on, because of how tight they are (that is a good thing). They do keep the knees warm. Since this is the first time that I have used sleeves, I know that I am not able to use them to their full advantage,.but believe that this is an excellent product. I compete in feds that do not allow them, so they will only be used in workouts

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    These sleeves are for the serious lifter. I own Titan Knee Sleeves, and they’re great as well, but I feel that they are more of an all-purpose sleeve compared to these bad boys. These knee sleeves are thick, rugged, and fit snug as hell. They seem very durable, but only time will tell.

    If you need incredible amounts of tight and snug support in a knee sleeve, these are ones to consider.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    I own Titan sleeves, SBD and the Mark Bell sleeves. This is def a bang for the buck.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    Received mine the other day. Squatted in them for the first time yesterday (Monday).

    Pulled them on roughly as per instructions, but I intentionally didn’t really read the instructions carefully because I wanted to see if I could get them on. I have been wearing size M Rehbands for a while now, and while the Rehbands are tight, I can pull them straight on, no folding/rolling needed.

    These definitely could not just be pulled straight on, but I folded the top over so that they were basically in half, then pulled them up, then folded the top back up over my knee. No real problem despite the fact that they are really snug.

    I had to take a couple stabs at this to figure out how high to pull them before folding, but that’s normal. They are much longer than the Rehbands, and so they were able to extend both further down my calf and further over my knee. I liked this.

    I expected annoying bunching behind the knee since they aren’t “contoured”. However, there was less bunching than I supposed and it was not really noticeable at all anyways. They were VERY supportive. I don’t think I got any bounce, but I could feel that they were holding my patella in place. Interesting.

    Overall I like these better than my Rehbands. I’m switching, and will recommend these to anyone who asks for a rec, especially if the price stays in the ~$50 range for a pair.

  • Stoic Knee Sleeves

    2 year powerlifter here, and my best squat is 400lbs currently at 197lbs bodyweight. I’ve used CFF Elite knee wraps for about 6 months, usually for my main squat set of the day due to the intense rebound and rep-out capabilities. Yesterday for my squat workout I decided to just use these wraps for(for the first time) as long as possible. I ended up using them for all but my last and heaviest triple. However, using these sleeves allowed my knees to stay super warm and my performance was greatly impacted by the use of these. Rebound was present but not overly exaggerated and I liked this effect as this can become a great training tool. I plan on using them much more and returning ASAP to update my review. I highly recommend these wraps to any serious lifter! – helhedded

    6/30/16 EDIT: These are still going strong and keep my knees super warm and pain free.

  • Stoic Powerlifting Belt

    I originally purchased this belt mainly because I had a coupon code for it, because I already own a Inzer lever belt I didn’t really need it. But upon receiving it and trying it out for a few weeks I have to say that this is a great belt! It is very strong and supportive but also not super stiff like the Inzer belt which digs into my hip bones when deadlifting. I have started using it for a majority of my lifts (except for PR days because I like how easy the lever is to get really tight). So to put it simply, this belt is much cheaper and is just as good, if not better if you don’t care about the buckle vs lever aspect.

  • Stoic Powerlifting Belt

    I’m very happy with the quality of this belt! The sizing was on the mark, and it feels about as comfortable as a powerlifting belt can!

  • Stoic Powerlifting Belt

    liked this belt more than I thought I would. It’s already broken in so I can cinch it tight. It’s also nice and thick for support.

  • Stoic Powerlifting Belt

    I wanted to wait a little bit before posting this review so I could really put this belt to the test. First of all, I think this is a GREAT belt that you can buy and use from day 1. A lot of power belts has a break in period that can take awhile and you’ll hear a lot of people having issues with it digging into their hips in the bottom of a squat or deadlift. This is NOT the case with this belt. From day one you’ll be ready to go. I have already competed in one strongman contest with this belt and I hit a raw squat PR at 545×3 with it. Routinely deadlift upwards of 700lbs with it and it has by far passed the test holding up, no manufacturing errors. I really like the single prong how much easier it is to get on and off. Also, with strongman training, I don’t like to have a lever belt because I don’t like having my belt as tight for every event. The only drawback to this belt is you like really really stiff belts (think of an inzer power belt) as these two belts wouldn’t be the same. Overall I am very happy with this belt and it works very well and look forward to using it for years to come!

  • Stoic Powerlifting Belt

    belt is very well made and will definitely last a while. the thickness of this belt means that it will take a while to break in by rolling it up in alternate directions for about a week. the buckle is very strong and the seams on the belt itself are well constructed

  • Stoic Wrist Wraps

    Great quality, great price. Can’t complain. Over the years I’ve had some wraps from the big name companies, but these are my favorite so far. I’ll be checking out what else they have to offer.

  • Stoic Wrist Wraps

    Awesome product. Build quality, stiffness, pliability and material all seem superior or on par with competitors. For a fraction of the price no less. Performance-wise, I’ve usually gone with longer wraps, but I tried the 18″ this time, and I can say they definitely tighten up nicely and stay put fine. No need for the bulkiness of a longer length. I’ve used these on every lift the last few days and I can definitely say Stoic has a new regular customer.

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