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Adidas Adipower Weightlifting II Shoe - Men's

$267.00 CAD
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Adidas Adipower Weightlifting II Shoe - Men's
Core Black / Carbon / Core Black

The revolutionary weightlifting shoe originally developed for the London Olympic Games continues its evolution, as the new Men’s AdiPower II from Adidas introduces an updated design that finds performance improvement through simplicity.

The AdiPower II weightlifting shoe features a “regular fit” suited to almost any foot; a specifically configured heel height of 20.1mm (optimized for Oly snatch and clean & jerk movements); and a strap & laces closing system for a truly locked-down midfoot. As has always been the case, dependable support, stability, and unique comfort are essential to this design, and are now assisted by an updated TPU midsole, reinforced heel and forefoot, padded rearfoot, and a strong woven upper material that’s both breathable and glove-like in fit.

The precision-built, load-bearing design of the AdiPower II is geared around providing a strong foundation for any workout—up to the standards of serious lifters at the highest levels of competition.

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Specifications:

  • Men’s Weightlifting Shoe
  • Heel Height: 20.1mm lift
  • Regular Fit: For universal feet
  • Strap and Laces lockdown closure
  • Strong Structured Woven Upper
  • Reinforced inner forefoot and heel; padded rearfoot
  • Strong TPU midsole
  • Rubber Outsole
  • Color: Core Black / Carbon / Core Black
  • Size Options: See Dropdown Menu

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Gear Specs

Brand Adidas
SKU F99816
Shoe Type Men's
Color Core Black / Carbon / Core Black
Made In USA No
Adidas Adipower Weightlifting II Shoe - Men's is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Comfortable but I Prefer The Originals This shoe is very comfortable but I believe the originals (Adipower I) are better. To me, it seems the heel is higher (not sure what the specs are) but then quickly ends whereby the arch and metatarsal plantar surface of the feet are not well supported by a firm plantar surface. True, I try to drive through the midfoot/heels during my lifts but inevitably I do tend to get some drive from the arch and metatarsal region. The lack of solid plantar support in the arch and metatarsal region combined with the higher (perceived or real) heel height tends to force me onto my toes during the drive phase of the lift more than I want and **may be possibly** contributing to some anterior knee pain I have recently developed which I did not have with my older shoes. Also, these are more cheaply built as the Adipower I's are more robustly stitched and uses a stronger metal loop for the strap.
Date published: 2019-07-06
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