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Do-Win Weightlifting Shoes

Special Price $127.00 CAD

Regular Price: $140.00 CAD

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Do-Win Weightlifting Shoes

The Do-Win brand is precision-tailored to the weightlifting community, with design elements directly inspired by years of experience and direct customer feedback.

Do-Win Mens Weightlifting Shoes feature a 3/4” hard plastic heel (the preferred height for Olympic lifting) with a leather upper, breathable nylon mesh, and an updated single sole construction for optimal durability and flexibility. Do-Wins are also noted for their wide profile—giving athletes with wider feet greater comfort and stability than possible with some other weightlifting shoes on the market.

Important: For the most effective fit, we suggest selecting a Do-Win shoe 1/2 size smaller than your current running shoe size.

Fast Rogue Shipping: Most orders placed before 3pm on in-stock weightlifting shoes will ship that same business day from the Rogue warehouse. You can also track the progress of your order via the online Rogue Shipping Tracker.

Specifications:

  • Men’s Weightlifting Shoes
  • 3/4” Plastic Heel
  • Synthetic Leather and Nylon Mesh
  • 2 Metatarsal Straps
  • Do-Win Single-Sole and Toebox Design
  • Wide Profile
  • Color: Black w/ White Stripe

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Gear Specs

Brand Do-Win
Shoe Type Men's
Color Black / White
Effective Heel Height 0.75"
Do-Win Weightlifting Shoes is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 126.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid value. Might be the best dollar value in a weightlifting shoe. Lifters with wide feet (I'm a 4E) should notice an immediate difference in comfort compared to other brands. The toe box is generous and doesn't pinch my feet at all. A caution: I think that buying down a half size may apply to those folks with D width or narrower feet. I ordered mine in my regular street shoe size, and the fit is spot on. Everybody's different. Hard to generalize on sizing. Some people might need to experiment. Top quality construction all around. Highly recommended. Shop Rogue lifters. They're the best.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An essential item The difference when you put these on is similar to playing football with cleats instead of shoes. I bought these at the recommendation of my powerlifting coach. I spent over 16 years doing squats with cross training shoes and as you can imagine my form was terrible. I put these on and within a couple of minutes with my coach, I was squatting to full depth for the first time ever. A lot of that has to do with coaching, but I like to warmup barefoot and progress into the shoes. I feel so much more stable when I put these on. The 3/4" elevated heel allows me to sink my squats deeper. I use these for basically everything but deadlifts.
Date published: 2018-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My second pair of DoWins I have been using the old-style suede Rogue Do-Wins and really like them. My feet are too wide for Adidas (I had 2004-era AdiStars which were built like tanks but my feet spilled over the sides, waaaay too narrow). The Do-Wins fit perfectly and I liked how they fit, but were starting to wear out so I decided to stick with what I know and order the new ones. I really like how the new Do-Wins use shorter velcro straps, the old ones were ridiculously long. Compared to my old Do-Wins, the new sole feels stiffer and sticks to the floor a little better with noticeably better arch and heel support, but the toe box does feel more crowded, but all that could just be because they are brand new and need to be broken in. Overall these are a great value, excellent quality for the money.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall a good show I have extremely short achilles tendons and cannot physically squat in normal shoes, without balancing precariously on something, which is obviously not great for lifting or safety. These shoes have really helped, although I would personally have liked to see them with a 1" heel (I have had to add 1/2" inserts to fully enable me to squat), but they make a huge difference and actually enable me to perform a squat, without something under my heel, for the first time in my life. They are a little snug in the toe as well, but as I am only wearing them for short periods of time, it is not a major issue.
Date published: 2017-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Shoes These were the first pair of weightlifting shoes that I have ever owned. The quality is really good and the stability going from running shoes to these is night and day. I have been using them for a little over a month now and have no issues with them. As for the sizing, I normally wear a size 13 in running shoes as my feet are 12.5 EE, I ended up ignoring the recommendation of going a size smaller and went with a size 13 in these which was a good idea. The 13 fits perfectly in length, but the toe box can get a little cramped if you snug the straps down too much. I would definitely recommend these if you are looking for your first pair of weightlifting shoes.
Date published: 2018-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great lifting shoe Very stable in the bottom position of a lift. Shoes run wide and will need to be a 1/2 size down from running shoe, ,may be more if you have narrow foot. Takes a few weeks to break in but, once that happens these shoes quickly becomes a favored lifting shoe.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Value for the Price This is my first pair of lifting shoes, ans I really like them (although I have nothing to compare them to). Really helps with squat depth! On sizing, I wear a 13 in athletic shoes (they don't make 12.5s in most shoes) . My right foot measures 12.5 and my left measures 12. I tried the 12.5 and it was huge on my left foot, but fit my right foot perfectly. I got the 12s to try them and they fit perfectly on my left foot, and a little tight on my right. My toe hits the end, but I kept the 12s because the 12.5s were so big on my left foot. I think they are sized pretty true to size.
Date published: 2017-10-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Value First weightlifting shoe. Great value for the money. I went a whole size smaller than my running shoe (11 to 10) - toe box a bit tight but doesn't impede workouts, plenty of length for toes. Solid construction and provides a good base. Definitely a unitasker shoe - wouldn't use for anything but weightlifting.
Date published: 2017-06-21
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