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Reebok CrossFit Lifter Plus 2.0

Regular Price: $174.95

Special Price $119.99

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Gear Specs

Brand Reebok
SKU M40709
Color High Vis Green / Black
Shoe Type Men's
Effective Heel Height 0.75"
Made In USA No
Free Shipping No
3 Ships Free No

No matter how hard you push yourself, this lifting shoe provides the base you need to tackle your next big PR.

  • Full grain leather toe for comfort and fit
  • Dual hook and loop straps lock in the foot to ensure stability and deliver immediate response
  • Heat-activated U-Form mid-foot wrap molds to the foot for a custom fit with no break-in period
  • Anti-friction lining helps reduce moisture and heat build-up to keep feet dry and cool
  • Heel clip grips rear foot securely and eliminates excess weight
  • Flex grooved outsole provides superior traction on multi-surface terrain
  • Full stability platform gives response back during toe spring

Reebok CrossFit Lifter Plus 2.0 is rated 4.375 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Glad I picked up a lifting shoe I purchased these shoes a couple of weeks ago and I am happy with them so far. I enjoy crossfit workouts, but definitely spend most of my time doing heavy lifts or Oly lifts. In the past I have always done both in my Nano's, but have been interested in picking up a shoe for lifts to see what kind of a difference it would make for me. I have not pushed for new PR's in these shoes, and have had no expectation of hitting one just because I changed my shoe. What I can say is that I feel a whole lot more stable performing heavy/oly lifts. My heals feel locked in place, and the straps support the entire foot, keeping my feet planted on the ground. I purchased a 10.5 mens, as that is what I normally wear in Reebok shoes. After putting them on I question if I should have bought a 10, but a little nervous to return and get a size that may be too small. I fear that the straps may be a little cheap and hope they will not wear out before they should, but the work well for now. I am happy with my purchase. I would not wear these for crossfit workouts as they are deffinitely stiff and for lifting.
Date published: 2015-07-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from For CrossFit WOD's only I bought this shoe around 5 months ago and by no means are these bad shoes. They are great for a beginner weightlifter or someone looking for a shoe that is for WOD's with weightlifting. However in the past few months I have gotten into weightlifting more, i noticed that the heel on these doesn't support my feet the way the Nike or Adidas weightlifting shoe does. So if you are a weightlifter I do not recommend these, buy the Nike or Adidas weightlifting shoe. But for a CrossFit setting these are very good and easy to move around in. I definitly recommend if you are looking for a shoe for CrossFit
Date published: 2015-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from solid base, locks you in place Purchased a month ago and have had lots of great pros with a few con's. Size : 10.5 Measurements: Inside: tip of toe to back of heel: 10.75 in Width of toe box: 3.25 in Width of mid foot: 2.8 in Width of heel: 2.4 in U-form: baked and worn standing with a 50 lb backpack for 8 min, opened up a little and became more comfortable. Pros: - solid base makes you feel completely posted in the ground - no balance issues when driving through the heels (perfect sole radius on both sides to aid in balance) - soft insoles to help absorb the impact of oly lifts - great tpe box flexibility to aid in the jump of the lifts Con's: - my ankle bone sits more forward than regular people so it hits the top of the shoe where it meets the top of the tongue (personal issue) - not as wide as expected; I have pretty wide feet (personal) Overall: great shoe for OLY LIFTS ONLY with the exception of lunges/ pistol squats. Not enough flexibility for WODs. Only exercises involving lower body I found worthy of keeping the shoe on were box jumps (movement felt slightly limited) , wall ball tosses, and kettle bell variations (trial and error/ what works for you). Conclusion: solid shoe performance for heavy lifting. Sizing was true. Good investment.
Date published: 2015-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these Just bought this. It fits true to my size. I love these and I believe they are worth the money.
Date published: 2015-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the heavier lifts. I bought these a month or so ago, as I realized that the Lifter 2.0 was more of a good shoe for WODs with some kind of oly lifting, but still flexible enough to do double unders and box jumps. This shoe is great for heavy squats and heavy olympic lifts. A lot more stable than the lifter 2.0.
Date published: 2014-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Honest review I've given these an honest trial as well as the lifter 2.0. This is as pure an olympic shoe as you'll find. The lifter 2.0 is a crossfit shoe. You can do a WOD in the shoe but I wouldn't recommend it for heavy olympic lifting. The lifter 2.0 plus is NOT FOR WODS! It doesn't flex and feels like bricks on your feet. The lifter 2.0 plus is perfect for PRs on cleans, snatch and squat. Don't buy these if you aren't dedicating time to pure strength exercise. Nano 4.0 for WODS; Lifter 2.0 plus for Strength. For the money, the Lifter 2.0 Plus is the better bet. Reebok got these right.
Date published: 2014-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very stable shoe I bought this as my first lifting shoe and so far it's been great. These shoes have definitely helped me in the bottom of squats and cleans. The U-form insole is hard to get into the shoe after heating to break it in before it cools off but it'll naturally break in on its own anyway. I've used them in several WODs and they've gotten the job done nicely (I wouldn't recommend for running WODs of course). I still need to break them in a bit to increase the comfort but overall it's very stable, lightweight, and durable.
Date published: 2014-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good shoes I purchased these shoes from a local store and the shoes are very light.They are not heavy like other lifting shoes and they have two straps which gives you a lot better stability.My only con on these shoes are that on Hack Squats and Leg Press these shoes tend to slip a little but the grip is still pretty good though overall.
Date published: 2014-07-25
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