Adidas Powerlift 2.0 Weightlifting Shoes

If you have been searching online for some weightlifting footwear that doesn’t look like a pair of Frankenstein boots, you’ve come to the right place. Adidas have quite a few good-looking, very effective pairs of weightlifting shoes / trainers available. Most are quite expensive in the UK and USA. All the different models feature slight differences in terms of reinforcement technology and design.


But they all have the same basic purpose, to provide excellent support and stability when used under extreme pressure and strain, I.E power-lifting / weightlifting. And they all serve that purpose without fault. They all look very similar also. One difference between the three most popular models is the price.


For people who want to save some money but still have a high quality, more than capable weight lifting shoe, you have to go with the Powerlift 2.0 (Powerlift 3.1 now for sale). These are the cheapest out of the 3. Also featured on this website are some of the other pairs of Adidas weight lifting shoes, such as Adidas Adi-Power and Adidas Power Perfect II.

These other two models, Adi-Power and Power Perfect II, can go into the hundreds of pounds per pair in certain sizes. And as said on another post, all pairs are virtually the same, and any pair will serve you well. You can’t go far wrong, and all pairs have superb customer reviews. If you are on a tight budget, and can’t afford the high price of these Adidas models, you should take a look at the More Mile range (See a pair here). They are decent for the price.


PowerLift 2.0 are available in quite a few different colors, including Yellow, Black, and numerous shades of Blue. A few pairs are classed as Women’s but most pairs are unisex. Please Note: None of the Adidas weightlifting range of shoes are recommended for everyday wear! The soles / footbeds are extremely solid and will be very uncomfortable to wear for hours at a time in normal everyday conditions. As well as being uncomfortable due to how reinforced they are, you will most probably suffer from Shin Splints if you do wear them for activities other than Powerlifting / Weightlifting.

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