Build strength, agility and balance in these women's training shoes. Low-profile cushioning and a slightly wider forefoot allow your foot to expand more naturally. A rubber cage provides support and durability, and a high-traction outsole keeps you surefooted while moving in any direction.
- Lightweight textile upper provides flexibility; rpu protective cage offers support
- Textile lining for comfort; wider forefoot platform for better impact cushioning and the perfect run
- Low-profile cushioning with rubber cage for durability and support; tpu heel clip for stability
- 3 mm heel drop for low-to-the-ground stability; wide fit
- Traxion outsole for maximum grip in all directions
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Order a full size down!5 November 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I based my purchase of these shoes on the reviews on a different seller's listing of the same model in a different color. All the reviews said that these ran large, so I ordered a half size down from my street shoe size and they were still way too big. I guess with cross trainer shoes, it's typical to have a wide toe box to allow for better squat and deadlift stance. This is also why there is no "cushion" as one reviewer mentioned. The no cushion is exactly what I was looking for, since I'm looking to get back into heavy lifting and any kind of springiness has a negative affect on a lot of things in that context. These shoes have the added benefit of a super sticky rubber sole that is very grippy. Perfect for any kind of lateral movement or planks or anything that would make regular sneakers slip. The wide toe box is weird at first, but it's something that I think I'll get used to as I wear them more. I did my first workout in them tonight and they were good. I will mention that my arches felt a bit crampy after doing some high knees/jump rope and I think it's due to my feet not being used to the lack of cushion/support. These have a pretty flat insole, so it's really just your foot in there, no shock absorbers. Your arches will eventually have to get stronger and support your feet the way they're supposed to if they're not used to it. So keep that in mind, if you have problems with your arches, these might exacerbate that. I'm not a podiatrist though, so ask your doctor.
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They not only look awesome, but they feel awesome!!18 October 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I workout in Crossfit & they are great for weight lifting/dead lifts, running, squats & box jumps!
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Just right for the purpose7 October 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a weight lifting/power lifting shoe. It's not a running shoe, and really won't double as such, so don't expect it to. I use it for physical therapy and weight training, and it's very stable for that. I got the wide size, because I have a foot wide in the ball and have trouble finding a trainer with enough room in the toe box. So many are tapered in the toe, and I just can't wear those, so this fit the bill. There's the right amount of arch support for me, but maybe not enough for a high arch. It's not real cushion y, because that would lose some stability for lifting. It's really a purpose oriented shoe, so don't expect too much versatility. For my purpose, just right.
Perfrct fit if you need a wider training shoe!26 March 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
This is the first shoe that fits well and fits comfortably right out of the box! I have a wide foot and have moved away From Nanos because the updated versions have gotten too narrow. (Same goes for Nike and Inov8). The ADIDAS Crazy Powers are great. I would say I could have gone with a half size smaller, but I like the size I bought because I don't have to worry about the thickness of my socks. They fit really really well.
5 people found this helpful
Adidas.31 July 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
These shoes are similar to the nike metcons. I really like them. They are comfortable and the look is sleek. I like these shoes bc I can lift and run in them. My only issue is they run big. I usually wear a 7 women's and I had to get a 6.5. But I can probably go down to a 6.
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