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|01-08-2014 06:15 PM|
|01-08-2014 11:59 AM|
hope it goes through for you.
and oh yeah, been there done that with weighted bookbags...never again
my body has adapted to the vest I got in April.....use it for calisthenics...gonna get some heavy duty resistance bands next.
Tempted to just try and add a bit more weight into the 50 lb rated fai vest, as it seems sturdy enough .but not worth the effort. also not worth contacting mir as they make an excellent product but pretty bad in terms of answering product questions.
to anybody else reading this...it's almost never worth it long term to get vests or most other fitness equipment from walmart,k mart,etc those things are all junk that won't last 3 years no matter what brand is stamped on the product
better off getting "entry level" "starter level" products from companies that cater to hardcore lifters when there is a sale
|01-08-2014 12:08 AM|
I just did it. Seems to work hope they ship. I got in on this deal with the 60lbs to wear walking the dogs. I've adapted too much to 60 and now need to add more. Tried an old book bag but the weight distribution was terrible. Wearing two vests at once would be easier I think. If the high weight vests weren't so stupidly expensive I'd just get a new higher weighted vest but they wanted $300+
|01-07-2014 09:29 PM|
OK bumping a thread from over 8 months ,rather than starting a new thread
I used an opening/flaw/mistake on the MIR website in April of 2013 to pick up a vest that I'd been looking at for about 6 months.
Apparently the loophole is back.
Special Offer With any Weighted Vest Purchase
MiR Vest is now having its Weekly Special. We offer two special, one special is our bonus item, and the other is our free items. Both are eligible when you order a weighted vest, belt, or shorts.
The bonus items consist of getting another MiR product at a discounted price. You can buy one for yourself, and get another item w/o weights for a great price. You can workout with your friends and family while using the same weights from your vest to their vest.
As for our free item, you are eligible with any order of weighted vest, shorts, or belt. These free items are accessories to compliment your workout, and it can be added to cart at the time of checkout. Sales can not be combined, surcharges may apply. If not added at the time of check out, this offer will be invalid. These items shipping and handling is not included. Warranties does not apply to bonus,discounted, or free items.
The only special offer this year, for a limited time only.
Check out the Great price!
Simply add it to cart!
What I did last time was order the cheapest possible item,
Mir Weights- Mir 1.5 lb Weights (2 pieces) for $8.99
and selected the MIR F.A.I. vest as the free item
the total was about $37 shipped
Mir dragged their feet shipping the item, and when I called with order number....the manager reluctantly approved the sale.
exact same loophole exists under the current promo....I added the items to cart...added the mir fai as the FREE item, declined the bonus item offer and cart said 37 with usps shipping
Cool way to get a very high quality vest that is pretty versatile.
the F.A.I. stands for "Fits All Items"
I wrote a review for the vest on amazon, obviously not a verified amazon purchase review....but it explains how I use the vest. and how I managed to load 50lbs of weight into it and the pros and cons
it's a short vest, comes WITHOUT weights with two wide pockets on front,,,,,,and two wide pockets and reflective strip on the back
It was cheaper for me to purchase this vest and figure out how to load 50lbs into it than it would have been to purchase a vest of similar quality with weights included
they run promos involving this vest all the time so no need to rush into this promo
if you're into crossfit, standard calisthenics, power walking,etc...you can use this
running with any amount of real weight on your body goes against everything I've ever been taught about exercise(seems like the pounding would do more damage than good) but I guess you can jog in this too
|04-25-2013 12:13 PM|
For anyone else who ordered this, would you mind writing your height/vest size?
I'm 5'10, but I've got a short torso. The 21" 60 pound vest (that op got) seems like it would rub against my hips. Any evidence that the 40 pound is smaller? Or is it just different weights?
|04-18-2013 06:00 AM|
|04-18-2013 05:50 AM|
|jpalmerlee||Great deal... thanks OP! In 4 1 60 LB.|
|04-18-2013 05:22 AM|
why don't get the 60 and take out a few bags of the sand afterwards.
|04-17-2013 07:31 AM|
40 or 60# vest for a male, 5'11" 180# in great shape?
I've been putting 30# of plates in a backpack for added weight during chin ups and can get about 10 clean reps on the first set.
|04-17-2013 12:35 AM|
No iron bars, sadly. Those are usually a lot more expensive.
|04-16-2013 05:28 PM|
|NeeDog20||For those who ordered the 60 lb. vest, did you get bags or bars as the weights?|
|04-07-2013 10:10 AM|
thanks, the 21 inches already gives me a good indication. just going from the front alone, goes past my hip. looks like i'm going to have to get the short one. but, that is quite a bit more ...
the short 40LB is pretty tempting at 100. too bad neither one comes with free shipping. maybe I can message the seller and talk them into free shipping ...
|04-01-2013 05:54 PM|
|ruibing||Still waiting for mine to arrive. Ordered it last Thursday night. Expected deliver was suppose to be today but nothing. Last update from USPS was that it was accepted on Mar-29-13 in CA.|
|04-01-2013 08:36 AM|
The first three have Free shipping, and the last one charges $29.96 shipping in addition to a product cost of $99.99.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding your comment?
|04-01-2013 08:29 AM|
When I put it on, it seems to be about 21 inches (maybe a little more) from where my trapezius meets my neck down to the bottom of the vest. I only measured on the front, I couldn't measure the back reasonably.
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