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Reebok Legacy Lifter - Men's

Special Price $200.00 CAD

Regular Price: $267.00 CAD

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Reebok Legacy Lifter Dark Places - Men's
Black / Black

Exclusive Design with CJ Cummings Branding

Precision-engineered to the needs of world class athletes, this Rogue-exclusive version of the Reebok Legacy Lifter features the logo of U.S. weightlifting phenom and Rogue athlete CJ Cummings in the heel. The overall design combines quality construction and a firm foundation with a level of comfort, breathability, and style rarely found in a competition-ready weightlifting shoe.

The Legacy Lifter includes a high and wide, 22MM thick drop-heel and extra-hard TPU clip for maximum stability on the heaviest lifts. Overlapping straps create a full, lockdown foot wrap, while the shoe’s breathable upper, cushioned midsole, and anatomical sockliner offer ample support for producing maximum power.

The grip rubber on the outsole of the Legacy Lifter is battle tested for seven years of proven traction and protection. The collar features 100% ETC anti-microbial lining (to reduce heat and abrasions) and a full foam lining with an achilles pad for added comfort. A no-nonsense, all-black design finishes the look.

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  • Men’s Olympic Weightlifting Shoe
  • Rogue Exclusive Design w/ CJ Cummings branding
  • Weight: 20.3 ounces
  • Heel: 22MM drop (0.75"), 82MM width
  • Extra Hard TPU Clip for Stability
  • Full Foot Wrap - Overlapping Straps for Lockdown
  • Anatomical Shape with natural contours for support, max power
  • Flexcage Protection
  • Ortholite Anti-Microbial Sockliner
  • Grip Rubber Outsole
  • ETC Lined Collar + Achilles pad

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Gear Specs

Brand Reebok
SKU CN4607
Shoe Type Men's
Color Black / Black
Effective Heel Height 22MM
Reebok Legacy Lifter - Men's is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Oly shoes period! I have the Romaleos 2, Adipowers, and my buddy has the new Romaleos 3 and these Reebok Legacy lifters are the best Weightlifting shoes on the market imo. They feel so comfortable and stable on all lifts especially on the Snatch and CJ. They totally give you more Power delivery then my other lifting shoes. Rock solid. I have the Black/ Gold and the Looks and comments I get at my gym is non stop lol. The sound of these shoes make on a platform or rubber mats are just loud and amazing. Crisp. These are true to size so no need to go half size up or down. Very high quality shoes! Get you a pair :)
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My husband loves them! I naught them 3 weeks ago for my hubby and it took a while for him to get use to the weight of the shoes. But he tells me that the shoes have really helped with his progress in his weight lifting activities. Style: he loves the color because that is his teams colors (Pittsburgh) Heel lift: helps with lifting technique Double straps: foot feels secure with the two straps on top of each shoe. He normally wears a shoe of 11 and 1/2 to 12 depending on the got, and I got him size 11, and they are snug but his coach says that tight is good. He would recommend them!
Date published: 2018-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Weightlifting Shoe This is not a hybrid Crossfit/Weightlifting shoe, it is a pure Weightlifting shoe. This was designed to perform the Olympic lifts (and strength lifts - Squats). The shoe is heavy, as it's meant to be. It has a solid feel when squatting, and a stable feel when receiving snatches and cleans. The lacing system and buckles lock the foot in place and the shoes breath well for long lifting sessions. I wear size 7.5 in Nanos and they run really snug (I don't tie the laces), so I got the same size in the Legacy and the fit was just right. I have the gold and black and they certainly draw attention, and the overall construction is well done by Reebok. If you need any more convincing, the shoe was designed with input from CJ Cummings, a world record holding Weightlifter. Once again, this is not a Crossfit Hybrid, it was meant to shine in the platform.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Like These Pros: 1) Look amazing. Black and gold so pretty, good conversation piece 2) Straps: The best out of any of the big name shoes, not too long, stick tight, and 2 of them 3) Laces - not sure what to call it but a lace loop through the middle helps laces stay tight over a stiff construction Cons: 1) Did not use the Uform sole. One of my favorite features of the lifter plus 2) Much heavier than other oly shoes. This is not a deterrent for me because I only squat or oly lift in them, but worth noting.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Shoe for Powerlifters I'm coming from the Nike Romaleo 2's and have to say I'm impressed. They are everything I liked about the Romaleo 2's and fixed what I didn't like. Nice wide platform (wider than Adipower) yielding a very planted feel. Adipowes are great and I'm sure the slightly more narrow platform is nothing more than mental as guys throwing up much more weight than I use the Adipowers. I however like the feel of the wide platform of the Romaleo 2's and now these. What these do better than the Romaleo 2's? No heel slip and they are ever so slightly more flexible in the toe box so you can walk around somewhat normal and not like Ironman. I couldn't walk in Romaleo's and couldn't wait to get them off... not with the Legacy. So they are like Romaleo's but a touch more flexible in the toebox and have that wide base & platform that I'm familiar with.
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid shoe I just got mine in the mail and have used these shoes in one session. As someone who has tried pretty much every lifting shoes out there, Reebok did really well with this one. The shoes fit a little big. For reference, I wear a 10.5 in Nanos and a 10 in the legacy lifter is perfect. My only complaint is that they are a little on the heavy side. Just holding them, there is a noticeable difference in weight between the Reebok Legacy shoes and my other current shoes (Romaleos and Leistung). As I get used to it, however, I don't think I'll mind it much. They are great!
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First pair of lifting shoes These are my first pair of lifting shoes, and they have been great so far very stable and the two different Velcro straps are awesome. I usually lace up the shoes loose then tighten the first strap over the toes letting my heel slide out when I walk. This helps keep the shoes from breaking in and bending when I walk around between sets. Overall very happy with this purchase when these go out I’ll probably buy the same brand, whichever model is out at the time. I used to squat in chucks because it’s all I knew I was struggling around 405-445 put these shoes on and immediately noticed the difference hit a PR of 465 and it’s only gone up from there.
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love, love, love these! I have had these about a month now so I can finally do a somewhat educated review. I have only owned 2 pairs of lifters and these are the 2nd. The first pair I had were the Romaleo 3's. So my comparison will be against those. I will say upfront that I absolutely LOVED the Romaleo 3's. They were/are great lifting shoes. Very light and comfy. But.... that tongue, though. I tried to take extra special care and it still ripped after just 6 months! So I decided to return those and go with the Reebok Legacys. Look: Would probably favor the Nike's here but not by much. Both are pleasing to the eye, Nike just has more options. Weight: even though the Nike's are significantly lighter, I didn't notice it at all. The way some reviews went I expected it to feel like someone tied bricks to my feet but that wasn't the case at all. Comfort: Reebok all the way here. The thick, padded tongue makes ALL the difference. Especially in deep squats where the Nikes laces would bite into my ankles, the Legacys feel so nice. Performance: Both have a really stable feel and make you feel connected to the floor. I do feel like you can get a snugger fit with the dual straps on the Reeboks. Overall, I will probably never own anything other than the Reeboks from now on. The tongue makes that big of a difference. If Nike ever fixes that, I may reconsider, but for now I'm a Reebok Legacy man.
Date published: 2018-01-21
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