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Weightlifting shoe brands

Reebok Lifting Shoes

Reebok is a brand that everyone and their dog is probably familiar with and if you aren’t then you need to step up your game! The company was established way back in 1895, but back then it was known as “J.W. Foster and Sons “. It was only in 1958 that the company was named… Read More »

Inov 8 Lifting Shoes

Inov 8 lifting shoes are some of the best cross-trainers on the market. If I had to guess I would say it’s because their background is in running shoes more so than lifting. Inov 8 has great reviews on Amazon and a reputation for quality. They only have one weightlifting shoe line for both men… Read More »

New Balance Weightlifting Shoes

  New Balance is an American footwear company mainly known for their running shoes. They have a great reputation for quality, so naturally we want to know if they offer the same for weightlifting. The answer is…sort of. While they do not offer a dedicated weightlifting shoe, they have several pairs of cross training shoes… Read More »

Pendlay Weightlifting Shoes

UPDATE 2/13/17 – Muscle Driver USA (The main seller of Pendlay Products) is no longer in business, so it isn’t clear if Pendlay products will continue to be manufactured by someone else. There are still some reputable sellers of Pendlay branded gear out there, but be careful not to overpay for them. I will update… Read More »

ASICS Weightlifting Shoes

ASICS is a Japanese athletic gear company that is mainly known for their top of the line running shoes. They have also made weightlifting shoes, such as the 727 TOW (Pictured above), that is not available outside of Japan. They have gained a reputation over the years being used by world-renowned lifters, but are very… Read More »

Adidas Lifting Shoes

Adidas lifting shoes are some of the most popular when it comes to lifting shoes, doing extremely well with pretty much every shoe they put out. Most of their shoes are for men, however there is a women’s version of the Powerlift 2.0 which is a great shoe. I think the main difference between the… Read More »