Good lifting shoes. Lots of support, very comfortable for lifting and okay for walking in between lifts, a little awkward due to stiffness and heel however. Slight defect in toe box detracts from quality score.
These shoes exceeded my expectations. Compared to regular running shoes when lifting weights these shoes provided the extra support. They are quite stiff and not very flexible at first but over time once broken in they are quite comfortable.
Ordered a 10.5 but was really tight so returned with no problems. Ordering an 11 and expect them to be perfect. Looked very very well made of high quality materials. Gutted I have to wait again for the new pair.
It does the job making powerlifting, especially squatting, more comfortable. Having a stable platform is beneficial for almost any weightlifting exercise. Just don't try running in these. The size was a bit too small, since I always wear 42EU but these were just a bit too short in length. You may consider ordering 1/2 size larger than what you normally wear, but take note that these shoes are supposed to be tight.
The size is perfect, I am a size 7 UK and they feels like a size 7 UK. Width of the shoe is perfect for my toes, my toes are wide and those shoes definetly are the right ones. Feels comfortable while wearing them. I cannot comment on the quality as I had them only couple days.
one of the best shoes for lifting, the only minus point here for me is the toes part, its not really comfortable, kinda narrow there, this make u need to fix your size up to about 1/2. except this trait, the others are perfect. nothing to complain, and ofc its much nicer and better than pwl 2.0. Another one is the actual is nicer than the shoes in online picture. they are good shoes with this price for me.
These babies are as hard as a rock. Like I could throw them at someone's head and they would most likely knock out. That's exactly what I want in a pair of squat shoes. They also look super clean. However, I did have to exchange for half a size up. I am a 9 in women's but I had to get an 8 in men's in these because in the 7 1/2's my big toe was getting crushed at the front. I understand these are supposed to be very fitted but that was definitely not the right fitting. But it seems like I am the only one with the problem of them being too small so I might just have very long, thin feet. Altogether, these shoes are a must have if you squat very often.
Brilliantly stable, sticky and solid. Squats felt horrific at first as the improved posture meant I activated new muscles! But with a bit of coaching (recommend to speak to someone who has used them beforehand and get some tips), they felt great. More stable and more powerful than ever with better form, explosiveness and form. They aren't the prettiest, but do just as good a job for a beginner/intermediate as a £150+ pair would. Would definitely buy again!
A great shoe. Hard and firm sole. Good support in the ankle and under the arch. High quality materials. The only thing I would change is in the item description saying the thickness/height of the heel.
Cosmetically it's a nice shoe and they look very well built, but every time I use them I get a pain in my right calf. I tried lifting in another shoe for a while and as soon as I switched back to these the pain returned. There goes a lot of money!
Colors, comfort and durability. At first the shoes felt tighter but as I worked out, it stretched to the right extent making it one of the most comfortable shoes. I even use it for my other training as well apart from weights .
Intermediate lifter, I have had issues with my knees and lower back in the past, these shoes are perfect for squatting. Haven't noticed any issues with my knees or lower back since I started using these, would recommend!
An absolute brilliant choice for a lifting shoe. Price is great compared to other choices, they look great and whilst they may not have as much heel height as others the difference is negligible for those of us who are not powerlifters. Seem to narrow at the toe box and with wide feet I had to exchange for a half size larger but process was free and painless
For serious weightlifting shoes, your main options are the Adipowers or Romaleos. Personally, I've stuck with the Adipowers, and I haven't been disappointed. I already own one pair, and picked up another for my rotation. For squatting, snatching, and clean & jerking, they're tough to beat
I have been using the shoes since last year, they are very comfortable, rigid enough to support lifted weights. The only one request I have is the possibility to have choice to bay same type shoes with different hills high, it is having choice between 0. 75 inch and 0. 6 inch.
I was hesitant to buy weightlifting shoes online. Never having tried a pair on and relying on pictures only, I had it in my mind that they would be stiff and uncomfortable. Boy, was I wrong. Very comfortable and very stable. My first pair was missing an eyelet, but got them swapped via a return and 2nd purchase. Adidas handled that process very fairly.
Really solid shoe, fit perfectly didnt have to go a half size down. In owning it for just over 3 weeks now I feel that my squat form is way better also with my snatches and C&J. I have bad ankle disorflexion so this shoe has really helped
The shoes quite attractive. Unfortunately I felt it was just a hair snug for my toes, when 9.5 fit me a bit loose the way i like for other adidas shoes. The pair I had also has a bit of excess glue. Overall, good lifting shoe!
One of the best weightlifting shoes available on the market. Must have for anyone who is serious about weightlifting. Very stable for squats. Toe box feels tight in the beginning so may take a few uses to break in.
Good pair of shoes with decent quality materials. Just lack of extra metatarsal strap and narrow fit and the fact that it's not a calculated heel for smaller feet is the biggest gripe. Bought these on sale which made it more reasonable. Got them only as a spare to my existing Sabo powerlifts.
If you squat as part of your workout routine, you need these shoes! Forcingredients you to drI've through your heels, it will allow you to achieve better form and stringer lifts. I have wide feed, so by the end of my work out the toe was getting a little agitated but theyou need to break in a little more. Most shoes I buy have that effect.
Adipower shoes are my first weightlifting/powerlifting shoes...love it...got much better depth in my squats on my first day use...more ankle stability, locks to the ground, gives a good push, more balanced....must buy
After 6 weeks I finally got comfortable in these lifters and started to see how well they perform. And then the heel cracked. Only 6 weeks in. Because of that, I have to say that the quality of these shoes is really poor and not worth the $200. Unfortunate, because the shoes did perform well and were comfortable to wear.