Alright, I'm having a brain fart so this may seem a stupid question, so shoot me, we all have them from time to time.

Would it be possible to wear multiple bench shirts for an APF competition? I have a single ply Inzer blast (closed back) that I don't get much out of and then I'm borrowing a friends Metal double ply open back. I'm not exactly sure what to make out of the rules.

Maybe somebody can help me here.

Quote Originally Posted by WPC rule book
Costume and Personal Equipment

1. Lifting Suit
A lifting suit of the basic design illustrated shall be worn. It must be an individual full
length article of cloth fabric. Its construction may consist of multiple plies to any
thickness but must, as a whole, be a singular component. The straps must be worn
over the shoulders at all times while lifting in
competition. It may be of any color or colors. The
length of the leg, when worn, must not extend beyond
mid-thigh (medial point between crotch and top of knee
cap). Women may wear a one-piece suit of comparable
design to the lifting suit. Leotards with sleeves or high
cut leg lines are not permitted.

2. Undershirt
One undershirt (of a design consistent with what is
commonly called a T-shirt) with or without sleeves, may
be worn under the lifting suit. It must be an individual
article of cloth fabric. Its construction may consist of
multiple plies but must, as a whole, be a singular
component. The thickness(es) shall not be designed to
increase, enlarge, or enhance the bodyís natural
musculature. Sleeves must be short and remain above
the elbow when worn. It may be of any color or colors, but shall not portray
indecency or be offensive to the spirit of the competition.
http://www.worldpowerliftingcongress...%20Website.doc

It doesn't really mention bench shirts specifically so I don't know if the Inzer could act as the "t-shirt" and the Metal could be my "bench shirt" or if the bench shirt is the only thing that can be worn under the lifting suit.

Any ideas?