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    inzer the rage !!

    i bought the rage single-ply benchshirt.
    i would like to ask you a few things .

    what's the differnce between the rage and rageX

    and.... very hard to put it on...non-streach....i

    (the rage ) is it good benchshirt ?

    please reply on me
    Last edited by power cell; 04-23-2010 at 10:37 PM.

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    I recently purchased an Inzer Rage as well. It was extremely hard to get on and I actually had to stretch out the sleeves just to get it on properly. I'm still trying to break mine in and can't compare to other shirts cause this is my first. They are supposed to be tight and will leave nice marks on ya after lifting with it. That's the price we pay for strong ambitions of getting stronger.

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    I've always thought of a Rage as a flat backed bencher shirt, a RAGE X is more for an arched bencher. If you arch high in a Rage, with its collar design, the collar is going to choke the crap out of you.

    I like my old Rage X. I used that shirt for a couple of years before I thought it was too stretched out. I may get another one some day....
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    idk if in the inzers if the actually angle of the sleeves is different like it is in the titans, but in the rage x the chest plate is smaller. more of a radical cut as inzer would say

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    Quote Originally Posted by douglasoh5 View Post
    idk if in the inzers if the actually angle of the sleeves is different like it is in the titans, but in the rage x the chest plate is smaller. more of a radical cut as inzer would say
    the neck has more of a "scoop" to it too.
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    Throw it away and go Titan Super Katana
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    Rage= flat back bencher
    RageX= arched bencher

    Titan does dominate the Single-ply's... However, in the multi-ply's I may have to give the edge to Inzer!

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    I don't really like how small the chest plate is in my ragex, but there is plenty of tension even from the top of the lift in the shirt. I will probably sell it since I'm not man enough for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by power cell View Post
    i bought the rage single-ply benchshirt.
    i would like to ask you a few things .

    what's the differnce between the rage and rageX

    and.... very hard to put it on...non-streach....i

    (the rage ) is it good benchshirt ?

    please reply on me
    Inzer Advance Designs Rage is a great shirt for a beginner and I highly recommend it. The main difference between the Rage & Rage X is that the Rage X has more of a radical cut, more aggressive design, extra reinforced neck & shoulder seams. I suggest using Inzer bench press sleeves to help you get the shirt on.
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    NASAKYCHAIRMAN, what are these bench press sleeves your referring to? I looked on Inzer's site and only saw the support sleeves.

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