Anderson Powerlifting's Lever Powerlifting Belt 10mm

4 inch Width
Suede Inside and Outside 
Heavy Duty 


Measurement to Center----- Hole Minimum Hole---- Size Maximum Hole Size 
Small 30 in / 76 cm----- 25 in / 63 cm------ 35 in / 89 cm 
Medium 34 in / 86 cm----- 29 in / 73 cm----- 39 in / 99 cm
Large 38 in / 96 cm---- 33 in / 83 cm ----43 in / 109 cm
XL 42 in / 106 cm -----37 in / 93 cm----- 47 in / 119 cm 
2XL 46 in / 116 cm---- 41 in / 103 cm----- 51 in / 129cm 
The Anderson Powerlifting Belt is a great Belt for the Money. I spent weeks looking for a decent 4in, 10mm Lever Belt. I was afraid of getting a cheaper belt, but I just didn't have the cash for a $100+ belt right now. I searched every site I could find who had a belt like this. Even overseas. It seems many Companies sell the same Belt with only some minor differences and Branding. I don't know this for a Fact, but I saw many belts online. That I couldn't tell the defference from one to the other. So I looked around and found a Site that had good pictures of the product, Good Feedback and priced better then most. 
Anderson Powerlifting is who I went with. 
Has you can see the Belt is made very nice. From it's heavy duty Chrome Lever to the soft Suede outer cover. What I liked about the belt. No Logo's on the outside. Just a nice Black suede. Most others. MF, Toro and others all had some sort of branding. Which wasn't a deal breaker. Just nice IMO. 

Now for support. The belt worked like it should. No complaints here. It was easy to set up. Just takes a minute to adjust the lever with a flat head screw driver. You remove to screws to adjust it. Once it's adjusted. Getting the belt off and on is a breeze. I have had this belt for over a month now and it still looks new and I see no reason way I'll need another belt for years to come. I was also afraid of having a painful break in period. NOPE.. not at all. The first time wasn't uncomfortable at all. No Digging in, No Piniching etc....This Belt seemed broke in already. I've been using a old belt that was at least 1/2 the thickness. Which was at least 7-8yrs old and worn by many guys at the gym. It's a 4in double-prong belt and I know it's broke in well. It's uncomfortable compaired to the new Anderson belt.

I only have one Neg. thing to say about the belt and I think this is a common issue with other Lever belts in this price range. Not sure on the more expsenive Lever blets. The metal used on the lever isn't the best. So you need to treat it with a bit of care. The first time I adjusted the Lever to fit me. I stripped the threads on one of the bolts. Now Anderson's quickly shipped out another replacement lever. I was able to use a little loc-tite and the bolt stayed in fine for over a year. I kept the new lever as a back up, but was never needed. 
I have since upgraded to a 13mm Belt and have never looked back. I would suggest if you like the Lever and this price point. Anderson also sells it in a 13mm. I would buy it over a 10mm.