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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
- PU-coated leather upper for comfort and support;Strong TPU midsole for a perfect foothold
- Adjustable hook-and-loop instep strap for rear foot integrity
- Heel overlay for superb lightweight stability. Anti-slip rubber outsole; Heel lift: 20.1 millimeter; Heel height: 33.4 millimeter (size 9)
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These shoes feature a weightlifting-specific design for support under heavy loads. They have a leather upper with a mesh tongue and collar for comfort and a power strap across the laces to lock down your foot.The leather upper complements an engineered chassis, and an instep strap provides a secure foothold.
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01MSCYIDN
- Item model number: BA7923
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 11, 2014
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Did my leg day with these on for the first time last night. Squat and deadlift both felt a lot more stable and lent themselves to better proper form. But the DEPTH! You may think you're hitting ATG with flat soles and trying to improve flexibility and all that, but ultimately your biomechanics are what they are and it's never going to feel as perfect as it will with good powerlifting shoes. I had to lower the catch bars and I was still touching them. It's a great feeling when your legs are just like two loaded springs that are planted under you even at the very bottom, no awkwardness or balance issues at all. So INTENSE!
The shoes themselves fit exactly right (I'm a size 10) and while a bit snug right out of the box, within 30 minutes they had formed to my feet enough to be comfortable walking around in (as much as that's possible in shoes that are basically a solid flat plank on the bottom). I had to take them off for training calves, naturally.
I must say also, pictures do not capture how good these look, especially the vivid crimson accents! Highly recommended.
For the bad reviews people have posted because they can't cross train in them - don't let those sway you. These shoes are NOT intended to be used outside of olympic and powerlifting exercises. I'm not sure what they expected, considering these shoes have the words "weight lift" near the toe of the shoe.
They are part of the best quality products that Adidas can offer. The materials used are extremely durable and worth the price.
The economical "Powerlift" seems like a quality product as well, but the life depends on how well you maintain them. The Adipower will last you a long time! And if you use them only on certain days then you will age along with them. The price says it all.
They are extremely flat (as should be) so they match and perform the main objective. Many lifters struggle to perform an exercise such as the squat properly due to their shoes. And their form may not be necessarily wrong. These definitely get rid of that burden and allow you to focus on other areas of the movements.
I highly recommend to any lifter interested in raising their performance.
1. These are slightly narrower.
2. The lacing/strap seems to lock my foot in notably better.
3. The heel/sole is definitely harder.
4. The bottom of the sole is stickier, although it might just be that they're new.
I'm squatting 300/deadlifting 400, if that places it. I didn't have any trouble moving from a 1/2" heel to the 3/4 heel on these for deadlifts, no issues at all there.
Would buy again/would not buy Powerlift 3's again at my current weights.