Nordic weightlifting shoes

Nordic Lifting Weightlifting Shoes Review

One of the best weightlifting shoes under $100 More than 90% of the buyers have given 4-stars or more rating to the Nordic lifting shoes. Hundreds of them have agreed that these shoes are reasonably-priced and yet, they work as expected.  Nordic weightlifting shoes are available in two color options.  The white one gathers a

Core Weightlifting Shoes Review

Core Weightlifting Shoes Review

Decent pair of shoes available for under $100  To be honest, the Core weightlifting shoes aren’t as good as the Rogue Do-win shoes or the Reebok Lifter PR II shoes in terms of the quality of raw materials used and the overall aesthetic appeal. But, they work as expected, which is why they have made

Adidas Powerlift 3.1 weightlifting shoes

Adidas Men’s Powerlift.3.1 Shoes Review

The outsole of Adidas Powerlift 3.1 weightlifting shoes are made of abrasion-resistant material  The material is basically a type of EVA that Adidas uses in all its affordable range of weightlifting shoes and sports shoes, especially tennis shoes. Adidas calls it adiWEAR and claims that it has excellent abrasion-resistance properties. Plus, adiWEAR has pretty good

Reebok Lifter PR II weightlifting shoes

Reebok Lifter PR II Weightlifting Shoes Review

Reebok Lifter PR II shoes have EVA sole  Now, that’s the standard feature of most cross training shoes but weightlifting shoes usually have TPU sole. TPU doesn’t compress but EVA does.  Does it make any difference?  Yes, a lot! A sole that compresses is great for running, walking, and for high-intensity workouts like Insanity cardio, 

Rogue Do-Win weightlifting shoes

Rogue Do-Win Weightlifting Shoes Review

Rogue Do-win weightlifting shoes are probably the best value weightlifting shoes Sold under $100 (at the time of writing of the article) Do-Win squat shoes provide everything that you want to stay safe and train efficiently in your home gym.  They have 0.75” heels, which is neither too high nor too low.  So, you can