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Reebok Legacy Lifter

Available here in black and gold, the Legacy Lifter is Reebok’s precision-engineered Olympic weightlifting shoe. This advanced design combines the latest science with quality construction and style—plus a level of comfort and breathability rarely found in a competition-ready lifting shoe.

The Legacy Lifter features a high and wide, 22mm thick drop-heel and extra-hard TPU clip for maximum stability on the heaviest lifts. Overlapping straps create a full, lockdown foot wrap, while the shoe’s breathable upper, cushioned midsole, and anatomical sockliner offer ample support for producing maximum power.

The grip rubber on the outsole of the Legacy Lifter is battle tested for seven years of proven traction and protection. The collar features 100% ETC anti-microbial lining (to reduce heat and abrasions) and a full foam lining with an achilles pad for added comfort.

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  • Men’s Olympic Weightlifting Shoe
  • Weight: 20.3oz
  • Heel: 22mm Drop (3/4”), 82mm width
  • Extra Hard TPU Clip for Stability
  • Full Foot Wrap - Overlapping Straps for Lockdown
  • Anatomical Shape with natural contours for support, max power
  • Flexcage Protection
  • Ortholite Anti-Microbial Sockliner
  • Grip Rubber Outsole
  • ETC Lined Collar + Achilles pad
  • Color: Black with Gold Heel & Reebok branding

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Gear Specs

Brand Reebok
SKU BS5980
Color Black / Gold
Shoe Type Men's
Effective Heel Height 3/4”
Made In USA No
Reebok Legacy Lifter - Men's is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Such a great shoe I've been trying in them for about 5 months now with no issues
Date published: 2017-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Shoe for Powerlifters I'm coming from the Nike Romaleo 2's and have to say I'm impressed. They are everything I liked about the Romaleo 2's and fixed what I didn't like. Nice wide platform (wider than Adipower) yielding a very planted feel. Adipowes are great and I'm sure the slightly more narrow platform is nothing more than mental as guys throwing up much more weight than I use the Adipowers. I however like the feel of the wide platform of the Romaleo 2's and now these. What these do better than the Romaleo 2's? No heel slip and they are ever so slightly more flexible in the toe box so you can walk around somewhat normal and not like Ironman. I couldn't walk in Romaleo's and couldn't wait to get them off... not with the Legacy. So they are like Romaleo's but a touch more flexible in the toebox and have that wide base & platform that I'm familiar with.
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spiritual Successor to the Romaleos 2 These are my impressions having used them for several months now: First, they feel incredibly sturdy. The mostly-leather upper is very durable, but nice and flexible once you've gone through an appropriate break-in period (for me, that was probably 5 or 6 solid sessions). The straps are much the same. They're fairly stiff out of the box, but become more flexible with use. The velcro locks them down very securely, and they use metal clasps which should last forever. If any aspect of these shoes looks like it might fall short from a quality perspective, it might be the laces. The relatively stuff upper material means you really have to torque them hard to tighten them in a meaningful way. But, that's me being nitpicky. Otherwise, everything on this shoe looks like it should last for years. Half the reason I'm writing this is that lots of people seem disappointed by how flimsy the Romaleos 3 turned out to be. If you're one of those people and all you want is for Nike to bring back the Romaleos 2, this might be what you're looking for. It checks a lot of the same boxes -- virtually indestructible, 3/4 inch heels, two straps, and good-looking.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Weightlifting Shoe This is not a hybrid Crossfit/Weightlifting shoe, it is a pure Weightlifting shoe. This was designed to perform the Olympic lifts (and strength lifts - Squats). The shoe is heavy, as it's meant to be. It has a solid feel when squatting, and a stable feel when receiving snatches and cleans. The lacing system and buckles lock the foot in place and the shoes breath well for long lifting sessions. I wear size 7.5 in Nanos and they run really snug (I don't tie the laces), so I got the same size in the Legacy and the fit was just right. I have the gold and black and they certainly draw attention, and the overall construction is well done by Reebok. If you need any more convincing, the shoe was designed with input from CJ Cummings, a world record holding Weightlifter. Once again, this is not a Crossfit Hybrid, it was meant to shine in the platform.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nope Compared to Nike Romaleo 2 sizing, had to size down 1 total size. Ex. Size 10 Romaleo 2, size 9 Legacy Lifter. These shoes are heavy, over-sized, and poorly constructed. You can see the glue that attached the heel to the shoe. The laces started fraying one session in. The only positives for the Legacy Lifter is I prefer the lacing system on these compared to the R2's and the gold heel is *bling bling.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Oly shoes period! I have the Romaleos 2, Adipowers, and my buddy has the new Romaleos 3 and these Reebok Legacy lifters are the best Weightlifting shoes on the market imo. They feel so comfortable and stable on all lifts especially on the Snatch and CJ. They totally give you more Power delivery then my other lifting shoes. Rock solid. I have the Black/ Gold and the Looks and comments I get at my gym is non stop lol. The sound of these shoes make on a platform or rubber mats are just loud and amazing. Crisp. These are true to size so no need to go half size up or down. Very high quality shoes! Get you a pair :)
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Lifter! - Overall, Reebok did an outstanding job with this lifter; definitely a significant upgrade from their previous products. This is a true weightlifting shoe, so do not expect to use it in any WODs (sure, you could, but it would be ill-advised). - The stability in this lifter is excellent; your feet stay planted, the heel is solid and you stay locked in--no heel slippage with my experience. Also, the forefoot straps really lock your foot down, and the lacing system is excellent. - Flexibility is adequate, it is not as nimble as the Adidas Adipowers, but it certainly is not an issue--I would say it is very much comparable to the Nike Romaleo 2's. - In terms of the weight, the Legacy Lifter is slightly heavier than the Romaleos, however, the difference is negligible; I have no problem moving my feet during jerks (if you are someone who struggles in this area, then a lighter lifter or entry-level pair of lifters may be better suited for you). - In terms of comfort, I believe they are fine, and I have no issues wearing them when performing my olympic lifts and squats. It you wore them for an extended period of time it may become uncomfortable, but that is no different than any other "true" weightlifting shoe. - In terms of the fit, I believe the shoe runs a 1/2 size big (this is my personal belief, and I have also seen others express a similar opinion). I wear a size 10 in the Nano 6 and that is a snug fit for me (I prefer my trainers to be snug because I do not tie the laces when training). I purchased a size 10 in the Legacy Lifter, and this is perfect; but I do have a little more room in the toe box than I do in my Nanos, which is why I believe it runs little big. - In terms of the width of the shoe, I would say it is comparable to the Nano 6. The Legacy Lifter is not as narrow as the Adipowers, and for me this is perfect. Nonetheless, there is plenty of room, in my belief. - The overall quality of the shoe is excellent. The leather is nice, the mesh padding on the back (this also has a heel cup inside of the mesh lining to help with the stability) is very comfortable, and my initial impression is that this will be a very durable shoe. Also, the grip on the sole performs well. - To address a couple minor concerns I have seen from others--a few people say that the straps are brittle or may potentially be prone to breaking; I can understand their concern, but I do not believe this will be an issue, I believe that they are more than adequate. The straps are not very thick, but I do not foresee them breaking. Also, I know some who believe the shoe is stiff or very hard to get into; I did not have a problem with this, just simply open-up the laces and you should be fine. They also loosen up as you start to break them in. - Overall, I believe this is a solid lifter in terms of performance and future durability. I also think they look really nice. You can't go wrong with purchasing these, Reebok really did a great job, and it's obvious they really invested themselves into developing this lifter.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Like These Pros: 1) Look amazing. Black and gold so pretty, good conversation piece 2) Straps: The best out of any of the big name shoes, not too long, stick tight, and 2 of them 3) Laces - not sure what to call it but a lace loop through the middle helps laces stay tight over a stiff construction Cons: 1) Did not use the Uform sole. One of my favorite features of the lifter plus 2) Much heavier than other oly shoes. This is not a deterrent for me because I only squat or oly lift in them, but worth noting.
Date published: 2016-12-31
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