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Nice. I remember I got my Adidas Adipower red orange ones about 6 years ago for $199.
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Just ok deal. Not a great one.
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These exact shoes were $35 at the beginning of July. Hold off.
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75 on amazon for black, 1 pair of size 10 in red left for 50. Any bruhs who lift care to comment( include squat / dead /ohp prs please)
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75 on amazon for black, 1 pair of size 10 in red left for 50. Any bruhs who lift care to comment( include squat / dead /ohp prs please)
Of the lifts you mentioned, you'd use these for squats, not the others. These help you get into a squat position by elevating your heel. Not necessary but many people can't hit squat depth correctly because they don't have proper flexibility. I have the Nike equivalent of these shoes and like squatting in them.
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My 3 year old Adipowers at $80 are still kicking on a regular use.
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Of the lifts you mentioned, you'd use these for squats, not the others. These help you get into a squat position by elevating your heel. Not necessary but many people can't hit squat depth correctly because they don't have proper flexibility. I have the Nike equivalent of these shoes and like squatting in them.
I currently use the powerlift for both squats (front/back) and deadlifts (sumo/conventional).

Note: I normally lift in asics.

I just got the adidas powerlift 4 a few weeks ago for $35. I also picked up some nike metcon 4. Gave both a test run specifically for squats (front/back) and deadlifts (conventional/sumo), and found I like the powerlift better personally.

My speed off the ground with the conventional deadlift felt faster and easier with the powerlift 4 (heel) than the metcon 4 (more of a flat shoe). Mind you, this was only for one comparison session. Might have to give the metcons another test run, but for the time being I like the powerlift better. I still kept the metcons; have a few pairs as well because they were on sale at a local nike clearance store.

Side remark: I snagged these at $35 dollars last month. Read reviews about sizing up and went with 9.5 and a 10. Both were a bit large and went with a size 9. Makes me question what my exact shoe size is. My normal shoe size is a 9.5 in most brands. I think my true adidas size might be a size 9, but I'm not sure. Had my foot measured at a local clark's store and they say it's a size 10, but I've never worn size 10 shoes.
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I currently use the powerlift for both squats (front/back) and deadlifts (sumo/conventional).

Note: I normally lift in asics.

I just got the adidas powerlift 4 a few weeks ago for $35. I also picked up some nike metcon 4. Gave both a test run specifically for squats (front/back) and deadlifts (conventional/sumo), and found I like the powerlift better personally.

My speed off the ground with the conventional deadlift felt faster and easier with the powerlift 4 (heel) than the metcon 4 (more of a flat shoe). Mind you, this was only for one comparison session. Might have to give the metcons another test run, but for the time being I like the powerlift better. I still kept the metcons; have a few pairs as well because they were on sale at a local nike clearance store.

Side remark: I snagged these at $35 dollars last month. Read reviews about sizing up and went with 9.5 and a 10. Both were a bit large and went with a size 9. Makes me question what my exact shoe size is. My normal shoe size is a 9.5 in most brands. I think my true adidas size might be a size 9, but I'm not sure. Had my foot measured at a local clark's store and they say it's a size 10, but I've never worn size 10 shoes.
In my experience, Clark's sizing tends to be anywhere from 0.5 - 1.0 shoe size up from my typical sneaker size. Just FYI.
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I currently use the powerlift for both squats (front/back) and deadlifts (sumo/conventional).

Note: I normally lift in asics.

I just got the adidas powerlift 4 a few weeks ago for $35. I also picked up some nike metcon 4. Gave both a test run specifically for squats (front/back) and deadlifts (conventional/sumo), and found I like the powerlift better personally.

My speed off the ground with the conventional deadlift felt faster and easier with the powerlift 4 (heel) than the metcon 4 (more of a flat shoe). Mind you, this was only for one comparison session. Might have to give the metcons another test run, but for the time being I like the powerlift better. I still kept the metcons; have a few pairs as well because they were on sale at a local nike clearance store.

Side remark: I snagged these at $35 dollars last month. Read reviews about sizing up and went with 9.5 and a 10. Both were a bit large and went with a size 9. Makes me question what my exact shoe size is. My normal shoe size is a 9.5 in most brands. I think my true adidas size might be a size 9, but I'm not sure. Had my foot measured at a local clark's store and they say it's a size 10, but I've never worn size 10 shoes.
Interesting experience you have. You're one of the very rare instances that someone has seen an improvement with a lifted heel in DL vs flat sole.
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Back in 2016 I scooped the Powerlift.3 in a blue/green from Amazon Prime Day deal for $35 + tax. Still using them today for squats.

Back in 2017 I then scooped up the Powerlift.3.1 in black during a Cyber Monday deal for $44 + tax. Barely use them because the pair I bought in 2016 are still in great condition. Such a good deal and I bought about 5 of them for friends.

I haven't bought any other powerlifting shoes so I cannot compare them to $150-200 Romaleos, but for $50 or less these are a great deal. They last really long. Comfortable. Have been performing great for squats. I can easily see myself getting 5-10 years out of 2X/week lifting in these.

I only use them for squats and some leg machines. I wouldn't advise these for deadlifts since you want the drive power thru your heels flat on the ground (not raised up a bit) -- skate shoes like Vans/Chucks or Metcon-type shoes are best for deadlifts. For Olympic lifts these should work great -- but I don't do weightlifting -- so no personal experience.

If I didn't have a pair or if one of the 2 I do own are anywhere near worn out I wouldn't hesitate in pulling the trigger on another pair for $50.
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Still waiting for a deal on Adipowers or maybe Legacy Lifters but I'm glad someone is looking out for lifting shoes. Thanks!
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still have my Adipowers from 5yrs ago for crossfit..love these shoes
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Do you even lift, bro?
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