adidas Men's adizero Sydney Wrestling Shoe
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Wrack up victories in bunches this season in the adizero™ Sydney. A mesh upper with asymmetrical lacing design and zip up cover deliver unmatched breathability, lockdown and fit. The adidas® adizero™ Sydney wrestling shoe has an internal die-cut midsole that provides ideal attack stance while a split forefoot ADIWEAR® RadialCurve outsole offers superior traction, balance and spin for wrestlers looking to win it all.
- Single layer mesh upper offers increased breathability and stability
- Covered integrated asymmetrical lace layout with zip up covers the laces
- OverWrap heel lining offers comfort and protection to the Achilles
- Die-cut midsole delivers added comfort and aggressive stance
- Split forefoot ADIWEAR® RadialCurve outsole ensures maximum grip, balance and spin
- Style: G96633
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 20034606
Rated 1 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by 132 lbs. I am ticked I got these on a thursday and used them that day. I used them friday in practice also. I got home and saw a rip type thing. At the toe of the shoe (and rapping a little to the inside of the foot) is a cheap theather type material. You can just barely see it in the picture. Well that ripped off the material that covers the majority of the shoe. On thursdays parctice we focused on takedowns so it was a layed back day. Friday was live wrestling. If they can't last one practice of actuall wrestling there is no way they will last one season of wrestling. But, the shoe is very light weight and confortable. Other then that I wouldn't give it much of a thought. This is the first adidas shoe that has dissapointed me. November 15, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by getit1 so disappointed GREAT looking shoe, but it's advertised as being able to be worn with AND without shoelaces and that was our buying hot-button. They endured 2 official matches and the following practice the zipper gave way. I returned them the next day...if we wanted laced shoes, there are plenty of them for less money on the market. October 1, 2013
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