adidas Men’s Powerlift 4 Weightlifting Shoe, White/Black, 14 M US

November 10, 2019 - Comment

Take your weight training sessions to new heights. Made for stability, these men’s weightlifting shoes have a narrow fit, a midsole wedge and a wide instep strap for complete lockdown. A rubber outsole keeps you firmly planted when lifting. The lightweight upper is made from durable canvas.

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(as of November 14, 2019 3:33 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Take your weight training sessions to new heights. Made for stability, these men’s weightlifting shoes have a narrow fit, a midsole wedge and a wide instep strap for complete lockdown. A rubber outsole keeps you firmly planted when lifting. The lightweight upper is made from durable canvas.

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Anonymous says:

Solid lifting shoes (new model). Work great This are solid lifting shoes for a pretty good price. They are the new model with a solid heel (still made of really hard foam) rather than the older model (3.1?) that had spaces in the foam in the heel. I use the shoes for squats (not crazy heavy; less than 300 lbs) and the shoes are rock solid.Laces are long enough (not short and not too long) and the lock down velcro strap works great. The shoes appear to be of good quality, and since you won’t be running a marathon in them, I…

Anonymous says:

For those inbetween sizing read this FIRST Literally just got the shoes in the mail today. The main reason why im writing this review after only the first gym session is because I wanted to comment on the sizing for those that are reading 50 reviews saying different things. Right out of the box the fit was comfortable yet right on the money. I ordered size 11 US, which is dead on true to my sneaker size. I read tons of reviews saying to go half size bigger, or smaller, or even a whole size. That seems like a terrible idea, one reviewer…

Anonymous says:

good value I wear mens 10.5 and these are just a touch tight in the length, very good width. But I’d rather have a little tight than too loose, don’t want my foot sliding around. There is no arch support to speak of, which is also OK by me. The velcro strap is a little annoying while trying to tie the laces. The very first time I wore them to squat I could feel the difference in form. I was of the mind that as a recreational weight lifter there was no need to invest in special shoes but now I’m glad I did.

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