adidas Men's adiPower Weightlift Training Shoe


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adidas Men's adiPower Weightlift Training Shoe - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • 7.5
  • 8.0
  • 8.5
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  • 9.5
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  • 10.5
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  • 11.5
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Product Information:

Crush your workout in the adidas® adiPower® lifting shoe. The strong frame is built with a sturdy base, tailored specifically for weightlifters and will allow you to easily stabilize your feet while at the gym. Go ahead and lean into it, the single instep strap expands across the top of the foot for stability and a lock-down fit. A unique VentFlow outsole maximizes breathability to keep you cool, while a ADIWEAR outsole offers durability.

  • Strong structure chassis designed specifically for weightlifting
  • Lightweight injected polymer upper
  • Perforations throughout the upper keep feel cool
  • Single instep strap for additional stability and fit
  • Heel support design promotes rearfoot stability at a light weight
  • TORSION® SYSTEM provides adaptive midfoot support
  • VentFlow outsole allows shoe to breathe
  • ADIWEAR™ outsole is durable and offers traction
  • Style: M21865
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 35204176

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Stable but tight Positives Infinitely more stable Really makes a HUGE difference with squats Negative Too tight in the tie box. Not unbearable but uncomfortable. July 2, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Too snug for me 3 stars for fit and comfort, but 5 starts for quality and style Bought Adipower based on great reviews from multiple online sources. Construction quality and style were as expected for almost $200 sneakers. My issue was with the sizing. I tried both 12 and 13, and found both to be unbearably tight. I wear 12 in shoes and sneakers across many brands including Adidas, so I was surprised that 13s were still too tight. Training shoes are meant to be snug, but these felt more like pliers on my feet! I ordered Nike Romaleos 2 (also well reviewed) online and on sale at Dicks and am hoping I won't have the same sizing issue as with Adipowers, which i'm returning. May 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top of the Line Lifting Shoe You'll never want to go back to sneakers again. They feel like your feet are magnetized to the ground during the squat. I use them for the deadlift, standing press and squat. These and a belt are the only real investment needed for heavy lifting/ strength training lifts. Completely worth the money spent. My foot is a little wide and 10.5-11 in running shoe size. I ordered the 11s and the fit is secure and comfortable. December 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Shoes These have significantly improved my squat form, mainly due to the raised heel assisting with ankle mobility. Highly recommended. December 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing for squatting Perfect shoe for squatting. As far as sizing goes, I found them to be slightly smaller than Converse Chuck Taylors at the same shoe size and slightly, slightly bigger than Nike running shoes at the same shoe size. If you have a wide foot like I do, I'd recommend getting the same size as your Nike running shoe size and maybe a half size smaller than your Chuck Taylor shoe size if they're snug on you. I wear a size 12 in Nike running shoes, and my size 12 Adipowers fit great, whereas my size 12 Chuck Taylors are a little big. August 23, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good lifting shoe but not for a flat footed person First, this only pertains to someone that is flat footed. I use orthodics. And when I placed my orthodics into the AdiPowers, the sneakers were still too tight. And this is after I ordered a pair a half size bigger than I normally wear. On the plus side, this still beats wearing Converse Chuck Taylors to squat, deadlift, and etc... Good grip on the floor. They also force you to avoid bad form on squats. So that's another pllus. August 12, 2014
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