Picsil Ingot Weighted Vest Review
If you love training with weighted vests, then you got to check out the Picsil Ingot weighted Vest!
Great design, very ergonomic and amazing price.
We like it!
It has 22 pockets to place different weight plates.
11 pockets front, 11 pockets back. Distributed in 2 rows of 5-6 plates. Giving you complete control over the distribution of the added weight.
The plates are smaller than what you typically see on similar vests, making them more adaptable to your body.
Why You Shouldn’t Buy It
If you’re looking for a military-style vest like the 5.11 vests, then the Picsil Ingot Weighted Vest is not for you. But if you want a vest that’s perfect for your CrossFit workouts and won’t put a dent in your wallet, then go for it!
The padded interior is comfy, and the breathable material allows for better air flow, preventing sweat condensation.
And don’t worry about the vest moving around during your workouts, because it has two adjustable straps with Velcro closure at the waist and two adjustable shoulder straps to adapt the accessory to your size.
The vest will move. That;s inevitable. It will happen with every vest but the goal is to minimize the movement.
The Picsil ingot weighted vest also has two elastic side straps for added strength and extra ballast,
The Picsil ingot weighted vest is made with reinforced seams and 100% Nylon, making it durable and built to last.
Good new for you all patches freaks, the entire surface is made with Velcro so you can place your shiny patches and customize it to the max.
Picsil Ingot Weighted Vest – Valid for Competition?
Picsil offers three competition-regulated weights for the vest:
- 7.50 lbs
- 11.50 lbs
- 17.50 lbs
The Weight Plates
The weight plates (sold separately) are laser-cut steel plates designed to avoid any cut or inconvenience.
Like any vest, remember not to machine wash it
In conclusion, the Picsil Ingot weighted vest is a great addition to your workout gear.
The design is sleek and ergonomic, and the price is unbeatable for the quality you get.
While it may not be as hardcore as the military-style 5.11 vests, it’s still a solid choice for those who want a comfortable and customizable vest for their crossfit workouts.
Don’t hesitate to try it out and see the results for yourself!