April Custom Belt Carousel

 April was a great month as gyms finally opened back up in the UK! With that we had plenty of customers eager to put their custom belts back through their paces. Here's a few of our favourite recent designs.

The Whitfill belt is a nice mix of 3D embroidery combined with double flags, it turned out great. 

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 Black as always was our most popular colour, SCALZA on the far right with the double Punisher skulls is a beauty.

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 The centre belt is a great combo of text and logo. Although text belts are the most popular, providing the logo doesn't have too many shades we can do it!

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More logo belts but also some huge text on the far right which really stands out. This took a ton of stitching!

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The Ellis belt has a nice addition with the green clover and came out wonderfully,

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More 3D printing on the left belt, black and red is always a solid text choice!

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OK, here's a break from the black belts. Gold on white is a winner right?

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White Graduate font on grey stands out nicely. The Spiderman belt also looks very cool.

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 Last but not least, the blue with cursive is a beauty!

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Those were our favourites from April. If you want something special in a lifting belt you're in the right place. Check out our custom belt page and build yours now.

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