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- Rubber sole
- Lightest weightlifting shoe on the market.
- Flexibility: meta-flex technology in the forefoot provides more comfortable movement, allowing transition from Olympic weightlifting to other functional movements in the same workout.
- Incredible stability: external heel cage and power-truss technology deliver lateral stability and a stable base for lifting.
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The lightest, most flexible shoe in weightlifting.
The External Heel Cage and the Power-Truss technology deliver lateral stability and a solid base for lifting.
The Met-Cradle lacing system and strap provide midfoot lockdown for your biggest lift.
The unique herringbone outsole pattern and sticky rubber combine to provide the best grip for your next PR and the Meta-flex technology in the forefoot allows flexibility to transition to your next movement whether a box jump or a double under.
The Lightest Weightlifting Shoe in the world.
|Purpose||Extreme Training||Training||Weightlifting||Obstacle Course Racing||Trail Running||Road running|
|Terrain||Gym/Box||Gym/Box||Gym/Box||Soft, muddy, off-trail||Soft, muddy, off-trail||Road|
|Heel to Toe Drop||Zero||8mm||16.5mm||3mm||4mm||8mm|
|Other Key Features||Powerheel, Rope-tec, pressure vent||Powerheel, Rope-tec||PowerTruss, External Heel Cage, Meta-flex, Lightest Weightlifting shoe in the world||DWR finish, patented sticky rubber outsole, Rope-tec||Patented Sticky Rubber outsole, Dynamic Fascia band||Powerflow midsole, Dynamic Fascia Band|
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A state-of-the-art lifter series delivering maximum stability and forefoot flexibility for functional and plyometric training. The lightest, most flexible shoe in weightlifting. The lightest, most flexible shoe in weightlifting. The fastlift™ 325 offers unmatched versatility in the performance training category with its superior flexibility and grip paired with Inov-8’s powertruss™ heel system for stability.
Based in "England's last wilderness," the North Pennines, inov-8 is a British company that is passionate about specialist off-road running products and creating the lightest weight, most flexible footwear on the market. Since the company's launch in 2003, it has become one of the fastest growing off-road running brands in the United States. From the footwear to the hydration packs, inov-8 products are created to complement the natural functions of human body biomechanics. Inov-8 designs its athletic gear to meet the demands of various environments and terrains at a peak level of performance. The comfort and durability of inov-8 products is what makes this brand a top-quality choice for the high-performance athlete and the recreational user alike.
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00ZPARAR6
- Item model number: FastLiftTM 325-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: November 17, 2009
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Honestly, when I'm walking around the gym, they don't stand out like others I've seen. I was paranoid about that. They just look like a pair of black and white Adidas. The material, stitching, etc look like they will hold up for the long haul. I wouldn't wear them out on the town though. They aren't made for that.
Winner -- Fastlift, at less than a third of the price
Adipower: More rigid
Winner -- Adipower, lifting shoes main function is to be rigid, but this is about a tossup as both shoes have molded plastic cups in the heel. Adipower sole is thicker.
Fastlift: Very comfortable
Winner -- Fastlift, I usually go in to gym and switch from tennis shoes to the Fastlifts and wear them the whole time and have no discomfort. Adipower is comfortable, but more rigid which makes them a less comfortable.
Durability: (I haven't worn either long enough to tell, so this is just a guess)
Fastlift: Seems well made
Winner -- Adipower, seems slightly, very slightly better made. I don't do full olympic lifts, which is what I'd guess abuse any shoe the most (I do mostly compound moves - squats, deadlift, bench, rows) as those movements have more bending of the sole and have more "stomp" than a simple squat.
Heel height, effective:
Winner - Either, as this is a preference. I use both pairs for standard deadlifting (not sumo) without issue. Sumo deadlift causes bad issues when you have a heel cup in my experience.
Fastlift: Tons of options for colors and styles
Adipower: A few options for colors and styles
Winner - Either, as this a preference
Overall, here is the scoop... if you're looking for a good weightlifting shoe and don't want to break the bank the Innov-8 Fastlift is a great pair for half the price of the Adipower. If you're a Crossfitter I think that the Fastlift is a no brainer between the two as it is far more flexible and will let you do more of your workout with them on instead of swapping out (although, if you are doing Crossfit I'd suggest something even more flexible than the 325 such as the Innov-8 F-lite 250, not that I've tried that shoe, I'm just judging on it still having a little of a heel cup, but is more flexible than something like the Fastlift/Adipower/Romelos. The only reason IMHO you should go for the Adipower is if you're hellbent on a certain color/look/brand or maybe you're more serious about Olympic lifts and the durability of the Adidas pair would be better due to more rigidity.
Whenever I get the Adipowers back out of storage I'll have to do a more proper side-by-side comparison.
The one thing I don't like about it though is the plastic design on the back where your heel is. (where the foot logo is located) I'm not sure if that is to keep the shape of the back part or not, but it's a tad slippery on the hardwood flooring. Really though, it is only an issue if I'm on the floor stretching and my heels is facing the floor. It is more of a minor annoyance because I don't want to scratch the finish on the shoes is all.