Problue Rubber Weightbelt WB-04A
Problue Rubber Weightbelt for freediving is a standard piece of your freedive equipment that has several advantages over classic nylon weight belts.
Why you should get a rubber weight belt for freediving
The primary purpose of wearing weights is to offset the buoyancy of the freediver and her/his neoprene wetsuit. If you are wearing a freediving wetsuit, it makes you float because the neoprene material is technically a rubber willed with air bubbles. Therefore, you need weight that helps you sink and makes swimming down and staying underwater easier.
The advantages of using a rubber weight belt
Elasticity is the main reason why a rubber freedive belt for freediving is the best choice! Normal nylon belts are tight against the stomach, therefore restrict your breathing. While the elastic rubber provides snug fit! They expand and contract to the water pressure when diving providing maximum comfort when descending and ascending.
Stays in place
A rubber belt always stays in place thanks to the material’s characteristics. A freedive weight belt should be worn around the hips. A nylon belt becomes loose the deeper you go and could fall down to your armpits as you descend. You can easily solve this problem if you choose a rubber weight belt for freediving that won’t slip up around your chest!
Weights cannot move on it
On a classical nylon webbed weight belt you need to fix the weights using weight stops to keep them in place. But you can forget about this problem if you use a rubber weight belt for freediving! Your weights will stay where you put them without adding any accessory!
Features of the Problue Rubber Weightbelt
•w/304 S.S snap buckle, overrall length:150CM
•Colours:•Black •Camo Green •Blue •Red •White •Green