Adidas powerlift 3 shoes £37.48 @ Adidas
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Adidas powerlift 3 shoes £37.48 @ Adidas

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Looks like two trainers sewn together.
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Wow! Long time between posts!


Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 6th Jul 2017
Good price
Same price on Amazon Prime for most sizes in black/grey
Edited by: "TheTrainDriver" 6th Jul 2017
Extra10 has started working again on sale items
Cracking deal!
What extra25. Any time soon. My basket is full just waiting for it
Problem with these... They never wear out and my wife wants to know why I have a collection of pristine "gym" shoes. hot from me! Obviously
Wow bargain
You will look a right idiot turning up to the gym in these unless you're actually power lifting
Great price but ugly as hell
If you're buying I'd recommended a half-size up.
Bilbo1968

Wow! Long time between posts!


That's weird.....................
barrowmatt

You will look a right idiot turning up to the gym in these unless you're … You will look a right idiot turning up to the gym in these unless you're actually power lifting


you dont turn up at the gym in these, you bring them specially for the squat rack
These are not bad, but the heel raise is not that significant (the factor that influences the biomechanics when squatting, thus allowing better form / depth potentially), and the actual heel itself is not that rigid (it is a compressed foam), and to allow a more efficient squat you ideally want a heel that won't "sink"....I think these are a good starter shoe, especially at this price a no-brainer.......I moved onto INOV8 Fastlift 325 shoes when on sale at £60....a much better shoe for lifting.
£33.74 using code EXTRA10. I bought a couple of other bits and bobs to take the order up to £50 to get free delivery.
MBCH

These are not bad, but the heel raise is not that significant (the factor … These are not bad, but the heel raise is not that significant (the factor that influences the biomechanics when squatting, thus allowing better form / depth potentially), and the actual heel itself is not that rigid (it is a compressed foam), and to allow a more efficient squat you ideally want a heel that won't "sink"....I think these are a good starter shoe, especially at this price a no-brainer.......I moved onto INOV8 Fastlift 325 shoes when on sale at £60....a much better shoe for lifting.


I thought a 'low heel raise' was a good thing for squatting and deadlifts?? Isn't your heel supposed to be pretty close to the ground? Or is that just for deadlifts?
Agree that a more rigid heel is better than one that sinks a little.
Great price. Bought the blue ones for £55 from Adidas a few weeks ago and they're brilliant for beginners. Get a half size bigger than usual though
Edited by: "AsariMilk" 7th Jul 2017
paypeanuts24 m ago

I thought a 'low heel raise' was a good thing for squatting and …I thought a 'low heel raise' was a good thing for squatting and deadlifts?? Isn't your heel supposed to be pretty close to the ground? Or is that just for deadlifts?Agree that a more rigid heel is better than one that sinks a little.



A solid flat shoe for deadlifts. You don't want a raised heel for pulls. Some people even pull barefoot. A raised solid heel is good for squats for the reasons quoted. It allows for people with poor mobility to achieve depth too.
DeanVader

A solid flat shoe for deadlifts. You don't want a raised heel for pulls. … A solid flat shoe for deadlifts. You don't want a raised heel for pulls. Some people even pull barefoot. A raised solid heel is good for squats for the reasons quoted. It allows for people with poor mobility to achieve depth too.


I've been doing deadlifts barefoot so I'll stick with that rather than buy a separate pair of shoes (starts to get a bit expensive buying separate shoes for each exercise). I'll wear these for squats only.
Thanks for the advice.
Use these to train in, they are awesome. Would recommend
DeanVader

A solid flat shoe for deadlifts. You don't want a raised heel for pulls. … A solid flat shoe for deadlifts. You don't want a raised heel for pulls. Some people even pull barefoot. A raised solid heel is good for squats for the reasons quoted. It allows for people with poor mobility to achieve depth too.



You don't want a flat shoe for pulls?
Converse Chuck Taylors are good for ankle / heel support for DLs
SvenVA

Use these to train in, they are awesome. Would recommend


Adidas Adipower appear to be the best on the market, but having read a lot of reviews there doesn't seem to be a great deal of difference between these and the Adipower. Except for the price!
paypeanuts

Adidas Adipower appear to be the best on the market, but having read a … Adidas Adipower appear to be the best on the market, but having read a lot of reviews there doesn't seem to be a great deal of difference between these and the Adipower. Except for the price!



Adipower and Romaleos are the best money can buy but there's other brands like Inov8, Pendlay, Do Win, Sabo etc that are cheaper.
I DL conventional shoeless, and sumo in asics wresting shoes (really thin but grippy).
Adipower's just far to expensive lol
Perfect price, ordered
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