ASICS Men's Omniflex-Pursuit Wrestling Shoe
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Rack up the victories this season in the Omniflex-Pursuit™. A lightweight upper with MONO-SOCK® fit system and internal sleeve ensures a snug sock-like feel. The ASICS® Omniflex-Pursuit™ wrestling shoe has PU support straps and an integrated lace garage that delivers unmatched lock down and fit while an Omniflex outsole provides wrestling specific traction zones for added grip.
- MONO-SOCK® fit system features an elastic internal sleeve providing a sock-like fit
- Compression-fit bootie system delivers a custom fit while Polyurethane (PU) support straps offers an unmatched fit
- Barefoot feel allows you better underfoot feel on the mat
- Integrated lace garage complies with rules regarding laces
- Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.®) enhances the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off
- Omniflex sole design features wrestling specific traction zones ensures extra grip on the mat
- Weight: 7.3oz.
- Style: J200Y
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 12289373
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by wrestlerwins Horrible Shoes These are horrible shoes. They look great but feel like they're made out of hard rubber and plastic. They are way too narrow. Very hard to lace up. August 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wrestler Bought this for my son & HE says: There is nothing negative to say about these shoes. Nearly every aspect of the shoe seems to fit any wrestler in any way; the tight or loose fit, the flexibility...it's probably impossible to find something better out there. How do I use the product? I wrestle in them. And it makes me feel amazing in the process. Even if I fail, even if I completely get obliterated by an opponent, the shoes will make me feel optimistic about it. As I mentioned earlier, nearly everything about the shoes is great. It's as if they're not there, but you know they are...difficult to describe. The shoe is put together in an artistic way. Basically a watersock with laces, it's incredibly comfortable. The sole is probably the most significant feature, though. And since it is so indescribable, the only way to feel the sensation of this shoe's sole is to wear it yourself. The ONLY thing that confuses me about the shoe is how to tie it. Most shoes just have you tie the lace and hide it or stick it some some hole cleverly hidden underneath the tongue. This is not the case for this shoe. There are big gaps on either side of the ankle of the shoe, and the lace seems to fall through there and interrupt wrestling. Other than that(Once you figure out the optimal way to tie the shoe, you will be good to go) there is nothing more to say about the negative aspect of these shoes, but that's barely anything. I'd hardly consider it an aspect. If anything, it's more my fault I can't figure out how to tie it. Would I recommend the shoes? Simply, yes. March 1, 2012
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