Shoes

Reebok CrossFit Nano 4.0 Review

Reebok CrossFit Nano 4.0 review

Reebok just launched the , which is an upgraded version of the Nano 3.0. User feedback includes: Pros The shoes have more cushioning and ankle support than the previous Nano 3.0. Excellent for lifting and comfortable enough for running Runs true to size and more snug than the Nano 3.0 Lighter and more flexible than the Nano 3.0 Comfortable for ... Read More »

Nike Romaleos 2 Review

Nike Romaleos 2

The Nike Romaleos 2 was released in January 2012 right before the Olympic games in London. It is the upgraded version of the original Romaleos, which many users criticized as being very pricey, chunky and heavy. Compared to the original Romaleos, the Romaleos 2 is lighter and less bulky, yet stable and robust. Read More »

What Are The Best Olympic Weightlifting Shoes?

Adidas Adipower Weightlifting Shoes

The best Olympic weightlifting shoes, sometimes referred to as Oly’s, provide greater support and stability than the minimalist CrossFit shoes such as the Reebok Nano 3.0 and Inov-8 F-Lite 240. The Oly’s are ideal if your primary focus is to become a power-lifter, and you want to master the lifting workouts such as squats, clean & jerks, and snatches. Read More »

Inov-8 F-Lite 195 Review

Inov-8 F-Lite 195 Review

The Inov-8 F-Lite 195 is great for people who are just getting started with CrossFit. It’s a good pair of minimalist shoes that will help you with both lifting and intense cardio workouts, without having to spend a fortune. Read More »

New Balance Minimus 20v3 Review

New Balance Minimus 20v3 Review

The Minimus 20v3 is the perfect shoe for any type of training that requires a great deal of flexibility. The shoe provides enough stability for weightlifting and resistance training, yet flexible enough for mid-distance running. You’ll feel like your feet are screwed into the ground, making it easy to drive through your heels when doing Olympic lifts like the snatch and squats. Read More »