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Rogue Weightlifting Shoes - 3/4"

Shoe Type: Men's

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Brand Rogue Fitness
Color Black
Shoe Type Men's
Effective Heel Height .75"
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Rogue Weightlifting Shoes - 3/4" is rated 4.2553 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best training shoe I've used by far I've been using these for a few years now. Great shoe. Lasted me many a Sunday squat session. The only repair has been replacing the shoe laces for some tougher boot laces.
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These shoes + superglue = 4 years going strong! Real shame Rogue doesn't have these in stock. I ran a small bead of superglue along the toe and heel of the outsole when it started separating after daily metcons in 2011. This solved the reliability problem. Most comfortable lifting shoe for those with a wide foot (EEEE) and I've tried everything but Adistars. I'd buy 2 more Rogue pairs in Size 10 if I could. Maybe I'm lucky; mine have been bomb-proof. Now I have to try getting a backup pair of Do-Wins shipped from Poland!
Date published: 2015-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Product! I purchased my shoes over 4 years ago and was looking for recommendations for a friend and thought I should write a review. My shoes have lasted through multiple years of lifting. I do not wear them for anything other than lifting (no crossfit or other workouts) and they are only now starting to show wear. When they finally fall apart I will replace with another pair of these...provided they are still being made.
Date published: 2015-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good shoe bought these about 9 months ago. I must say that I have been very pleased. I haven't had the same issues with soles coming off like others yet. Squats, cnj, and snatches - they're weightlifting shoes so I treat them as such. I lift three times a week, and only wear them on the platform. I carry them into the gym, lift exclusively on the platform, take them off when I'm done lifting, and then put them in my gym bag to take home. Maybe that has prolonged the life. Anywhoo, these are still trucking, and have been good for me as a novice. I will probably buy a more expensive shoe for my next pair, but if you're just starting out these are good. Long straps are pretty annoying though admittedly.
Date published: 2014-11-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Eyelet Failure I purchased these shoes in May 2014 and have worn them less than 10 times. The eyelets on the shoes are ripping away; the warrant on these shoes is for only 30 days. The shoe itself is solid but the eyelets on both shoes suck. I will not purchase another pair of these shoes. I tried contacting the company for assistance and they offered no assistance and kept referring to the 30 day warranty.
Date published: 2014-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome shoe I bought a Mens 7. I wear a running shoe size 9, Mens Converse size 6, and Boys Junior Converse size 6. I like my Converse tight, and the Rogue Do-Wins in a 7 are a perfect, snug fit. Love them!
Date published: 2014-09-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sole quality terrible I'm writing another review from my previous one, which has been removed, it seems, twice for the website. Whether that's for being negative, not sure? Like others, I had a problem with the sole. Within 2-3 weeks, it began peeling away from the toe, which significantly interferes with oly lifts, especially on a jerk. Rogue explained that "because the shoes are made in China" they are not covered under warranty. Spend the extra money and buy Adidas or Nike. And seriously, what is up with removing my reviews?
Date published: 2014-08-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needs improving :( I’ve had these for about ten months now, and have loved them thus far which is why I'm still giving them 2 stars as they are not a terrible shoe. They fit well, took little to no time to break in and were immensely more comfortable than I would have thought a pair of lifting shoes would be. However, starting about three weeks ago the soul of the shoes has begun to chip off. Since these are strictly indoor/gym shoes, and I really only wear them about 4 hours total a week, I am a little disappointed that the souls are falling apart already.
Date published: 2014-08-04
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Rogue Weightlifting Shoes - 3/4" is rated 4.2553 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Would not buy I have two sets of these shoes from Rogue the 3/4 heel and the 1/2 heel. On both sets the bottom layer of sole near the heel is coming off. I didn't think much of it with the first, just thought it was a fluke and kept on glueing them. Now the newer set started to do the same. Contacted Rogue and because it was past the 30 days they say there is nothing they can do. So if you lift 3 days a week (I only use them for my Olympic lifting). You basically have 12 days to try them out. Besides that they are OK. If you are dead set on getting these order half to full size smaller and buy some shoe glue. I would say spend the extra couple of bucks and get the Pendley Do-Wins,
Date published: 2014-07-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst sole ever the tip and heel of this shoe peels away from shoe base. doing mobility blows as the sole disconnects,peels apart and shifts. I called them to have them replaced and they would not honor this!!!!!!! it happened within in first month of purchase. extremely disappointed:((
Date published: 2014-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible form and flexibility. When I weighed 160lbs and was heavily overweight on a self justified, "bulk," I maxed my squat at 225 with terrible form. The muscles didn't fire in the proper order, focus was wrong, and my hips couldn't stay aligned with my lower back. I got Rogue Do-Wins 4 years ago, but left them alone after being very discouraged from weight lifting and instead went to bicycling. I came back as a 105lb too skinny girl, rather opposite to what I was experiencing before. After a few months of stubbornly trying to get my max squat past 185, I backed off it for a couple weeks, during which I found these old things in my closet, almost good as new. Within a week I was repping 185, my max, easily, and within a month I maxed at 225 with perfect form which being 50lbs lighter than I was 6 years ago when I'd last approached 225lbs. The issue that I personally had, is that I always drive from the heel but my muscles are optimized for high bar squatting. The elevated heel has allowed me to translate that into driving from my heels while balancing out into a perfect high bar squat. 235lbs is incoming soon and I can't wait. Will of course be wearing these trusty old shoes.
Date published: 2014-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from increased my lifts I bought these shoes a couple years ago. I have pretty wide feet, so I would usually have to wear size 11.5/12 running shoes. However, I ordered a size(or 2) down ( to size 11) and it fits perfectly. I noticed immediate results in my squat after acquiring these shoes--I used to lift in converse. I went from doing a 405lb back squat to 465lbs in a matter of a few months. It helps me so much with stability. One complain that I have is that the metal part that secures the straps around the shoe came off. Could be that the upper material is poorly constructed? Either way, I really like my pair of Do-wins. Two years later and they're still very durable. I would not recommend them to be used for anything else aside from squatting (or any of the other oly lifts). Bring an extra pair of shoes with you when you go to the gym!
Date published: 2014-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good I took the advice of most of the posters and ordered 1/2 size down. I hate buying shoes online as I never seem to get the fit quite right. I typically wear a 10-1/2 regular width and ordered the 10. They fit perfectly. Comfortably snug but by no means tight. I lift in my basement and sometimes forget to take them off when I'm done as they are that comfortable (I'm used to wearing work boots all day so the weight of the shoe doesn't seem odd). Can't comment on the quality as I've only had them for 2 weeks, but the improvement in my lifts is noticeable.
Date published: 2014-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sizing and Specs for Women I cannot speak for the quality or function of these shoes yet, but because I wasn't sure what size to get, I hope this will help other ladies considering these shoes. Standing on a ruler, my foot measures 9.25" from heel to the tip of my big toe. I normally wear a women's 7 in a street shoe, or sometimes a 6.5. So I followed the Rogue instructions and ordered a men's size 5.5, but I also ordered a size 6 so I could compare the two. (Actually, the size 5.5 was the 1/2" heel and the 6 was the 3/4" heel, but they look absolutely identical in heel height to me.) So here are the specs: the men's size 6 insole measures 9.5", and the men's size 5.5 insole measures 9.25". I tried both of them on and didn't like the way I could feel my toe against the front of the smaller shoe. So I am keeping the size 6s. After I've used these for a while, I'll come back and do a more functional review. Hope this helps some other lady lifters out there!
Date published: 2014-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good shoe Just upgraded from Adidas Powerlift. This shoe is much stiffer and actually more comfortable especially considering my wide feet. Forefoot is very flexible and the sole grips well. The upper material is soft and comfortable and feels broken in out of the box. I like suede shoes so this was overall an easy purchase. Price was nice as well.
Date published: 2014-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoes My first pair of weightlifting shoes. I wear size 4e in width which usually limits me to New Balance shoes. I was glad to see that the Do-Wins fit me perfectly. I used them today for squats, overhead presses and deadlifts. They felt solid and stable. Good as advertised!
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these shoes. I have the black 3/4 inch heel in a size 13. My true shoe size is a 12.5 4E. These are the widest lifting shoe I have found and they fit perfectly! If you have a wide foot, throw your money at Rogue and be amazed. My son has the Red 1/2 inch heel in his normal tennis shoe size and fit great. Now we use these for starting strength style workouts, they are meant for heavy lifts where your feet are motionless like squats OHP, or where there is a slight jump in place like power cleans. If you try to where these shoes to run, jump, do push ups or even walk into and out of the gym or any other crazy crossfit stuff they will not last, they are not made for that, get some new balance minimal and take both pairs along.
Date published: 2014-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shoe, Better Company I really hope people know how great Rogue's customer service is. My shoes were at my house two days after I ordered them. Quickly figured out that they were a half size too big (you may want to order a half size under for men!) The exchange was quick and easy. They're really good quality shoes and if you have ankle mobility issues, they will help a ton. Thank you Rogue for being a superb company.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Lifting Shoes for Women I searched around for weightlifting shoes for a while and it's very difficult to find shoes for women. Many are either sold out in small enough sizes or the men's are little too masculine for women. I tried these shoes because they had great reviews (from women too). I love them! They have a very nice shape, and provide a stable foundation when squatting or olympic lifting. I am a size 6 women's and ordered a 4.5 they fit snug but feel really comfortable! Good quality and fast shipping. Thanks Rogue!
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding product and service I purchased these shoes after months of research and shopping around. I am a minimalist and the thought of going back to rigid heeled shoes was a bit counter to my footwear philosophy. However, I spoke to some folks who made some good points; you should have the right tool for the job. So, I think this is a good choice for the price and frequency that most of us would use these shoes. On a Rogue service note, I bought these shoes at my running shoe size--10 ½--and they were a bit too big. I run between a 10 and 10 1/2. So, be warned, I would go smaller if I was in that category. Rogue processed my exchange online and sent my shoes out immediately, although I had to pay return shipping--the only downside. In all, I would order these shoes over some of the more expensive brands. Great quality for the money and after a few test workouts they have proven their function and worth. I can see the benefits of these shoes already.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Should have bought these shoes much earlier These are the first pair of lifting shoes I've ever owned, so I can't compare them to anything else, but they are a drastic improvement on cross-training shoes that I used to lift in. I did a lot of research before buying these shoes and didn't really appreciate how much they help lifting stability and technique until I actually started lifting in them. It makes a huge difference in feeling solid through the floor and getting into a better position for all lifts, which improves your confidence in lifting more weight. I ordered the shoes from Australia and I was concerned that proper sizing would be an issue (particularly due to the cost of returning them if they didn't fit). I ordered half a size down from my normal shoe size (as per the other reviews) and they fit perfectly (good for people with a wide foot). Thanks to Rogue for prompt delivery. Don't put off buying these shoes like I did - just get them! They are reasonably priced compared to the other lifting shoes, and I'm told they should last a long time if you treat them right.
Date published: 2013-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything You Want In An Oly Shoe Did a lot of research before I bought these and I'm glad I did. I have been doing oly lifts in my Nano 2.0s and I have been needing more stability in my snatch and c&j. They make a WORLD of difference. PR'd my snatch 10# the first night I tried them out. If you're contemplating about purchasing an oly shoe and want to lift more, this shoe is for you. Squatting is the same thing; you're stable as can be with your ATG squats. These shoes just make you want to get even stronger because you feel so secure in them. The laces are a little long, but that is something stupid to complain about if you have complaints about this shoe. Super fast shipping and great customer service from Rogue again. Highly recommend these shoes for any CrossFitter or weight lifter.
Date published: 2013-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very stable shoes Ive been doing crossfit for little over a year and just got these shoes less than a month ago as soon as you put them on you feel glued to the ground and very stable. I wish I would have bought these sooner. i pr'd my oh squat and my snatch felt a lot more comfortable at the lowest part of it. great investment if you want to become stronger and better.
Date published: 2013-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must Buy For Squats! For a long time I had used skateboarding shoes for squatting, deadlifting, and pretty much anything that didn't require running in the gym. Those shoes allowed me to have a 400 squat and 500 deadlift. The first time I tried Rogue shoes, I found out what I was missing the entire time: 100% stability and contact with the floor. While skateboarding shoes do have flat soles, the soles in Rogue shoes are much harder. If you want to rock back and forth in Rogue's, you can't. When it comes to squatting, the feeling is way better. Also I have noticed that the soreness is entirely on my legs now which is good. I tried using the shoes for deadlifts even though I was not sure if the raised height of the heel would make them harder. Deadlifts are also just as stable. My only regret is not buying these sooner.
Date published: 2013-06-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great fit, but... My GF gave me these shoes this past Novermber 2012 as an early Christmas gift. They felt great immediately! I have wide feet, and these shoes accomated very well. I was pleased with everything about the shoe, stability, fit, heel height, etc., etc. However, about 3-months post using the shoes three times per week, the sole started to come loose. I tried shoe goo, bad mistake, and now the shoes are with a professional shoe cobbler getting resoled. I have since ordered a pair of Romaleos 2, we'll see how they work out. Concerning sizing: I wear a 11.5 in Nike Frees, and the size 11.0's fit perfect! I hope this review is benefical.
Date published: 2013-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love my Do-Wins!! I cannot put into words how much I love these shoes! I just received mine last week, and used them in a CrossFit competition over the weekend. I was able to put 30lbs on my clean and set a new PR!! I felt so stable through all of my lifts, and was amazed at how previously harder lifts came much easier for me. The only thing I would say is that they might run a little small. I ordered a size 5 (I'm a women's 6.5), and my feet are a little snug. Hopefully they will stretch out a little, but even if they don't, they are neither uncomfortable nor hindering. Thanks, Rogue!! :)
Date published: 2013-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe! I'd been lifting barefoot for a long time, and had always heard how a good pair of shoes would help my form in various lifts, but was always skeptical until I tried these shoes. I'm a total convert now! I had originally ordered the Adidas shoes, which were far too narrow for me, so I put a little extra money toward these after reading that they were a better fit for people with wider feet. I ordered a true to size 12, and while they are ever so slightly looser than my size 12 Asics running shoes, it's a comfortable loose rather than a sloppy loose. When tied on normally and strapped down, the shoes are a solid fit and my feet aren't wedged in at all. Now I have a great connection to the floor while squatting and deadlifting, and the heel support feels great even on non-leg days, when I do overhead barbell presses. The soles somehow manage to grip my slick garage floor as well. The only thing I would alter is adding a removable insole so the lifter could use custom inserts for arch support. Overall very impressed with the shoes. Great job, Rogue!
Date published: 2013-03-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 2012 Editions don't last I purchased these shoes as my first lifting pair primarily for my non-WOD Olympic lift sessions. I was very happy with them the first time around & saw the major difference they non-nano shoe made with lifts...however the pair only lasted me two weeks & 3 sessions. Apparently the sole of this edition does not use the tanned rubber from the old editions & the black rubber is prone to rips. Both toes ripped on me less than a month in of ownership. After numerous emails back and forth, customer service admitted this was a problem with the shoe - otherwise I was planning on just replacing them with a new pair. I've got an order in for the Reebok Oly's...unfortunately still waiting on the post. Bummed they didn't work out.
Date published: 2013-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Investment I'll start with the fact that I have Large Flat Feet, Size 14 4E, and these shoes fit perfectly. I was used to squating in Flat bottomed shoes (Chucks, Airwalks) and didn't think I needed a dedicated pair of lifting shoes. I was completely wrong. These shoes make me feel more secure on the floor and helped alleviate some mobility issues I have had with my hip and being able to hit full depth on my squat. I look forward to using these for quite a while.
Date published: 2013-02-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor quality I've read quite a few really good reviews about the shoes which sold me on there quality, at first. These shoes are far from quality. If you need a shoe for squatting or possibly benching, these are for you. If you're interested in a shoe for olympic lifting choose something else. I returned my do-wins 3 different times, due to the toe separation, before deciding to bag the idea and buy the NIke Romaleos 2. Rogue certainly has top notch customer service though, i'll give them that.
Date published: 2013-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Shoes Used to squatting in flat bottom skate boarding shoes (etnies) which werent bad but these were a nice change. Being 6'2" squatting has never really been mechanically easy. Damn you long legs. The raised heel of these shoes made a nice difference. I also like the strap at the forefoot as it allows me to really tighten the fit and feel solidly grounded. Most reviews on here say to buy a half size smaller than your normal shoe. For me .5 size just wasnt enough it still felt a bit sloppy. I normally wear 11 shoes and finally settled on size 10 in these. This is my first pair of weightlifting shoes so I cant really compare them to others brands, but I like the snug fit and solid feel. Also, not a bad looking shoe either.
Date published: 2013-01-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unstable right 2012 shoe, size 12. Bad mold? I received my new size 12 weightlifting shoes and excitedly took them for a test drive. I have wide feet and the shoes fit well. But when I cleaned, my right foot felt unstable. I took the shoes off and inspected them closely. The left sole was stable and strong. But the right sole exhibited a subtle hump down the middle making it rock laterally. I exchanged the shoes, but the replacements had the same problem which makes me speculate: is the mold that they're using to manufacture the size 12 right shoe defective?
Date published: 2012-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Didn't know what I was missing out on I bought these last week. Just used them last night for the first time for squats. Wow! This is the first pair of true weightlifting shoes that I have owned. I was amazed at the difference in stability during squats. I am used to squatting in Chucks, so this was a big difference to me. I look forward to using them. As far as the feel of the shoe, it is very comfortable. I ordered a half size down from my regular shoe and the fit was great. The shoe is just a basic design, so no real style points, but I am using them to lift in, not get on the cover of GQ. If you are on the fence about buying the shoes, get off the fence and make the investment.
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid build, excellent gains I've had these shoes since mid-April and they have proved very durable. I used to squat in Vibram FiveFingers but the heel lift in this shoe definitely helps. It also feels very strong and supportive when I'm pushing hard at the bottom of my squat, trying to spread the ground with my feet. Power cleans have been more solid too. If in doubt, go small because I usually wear an 8 or 8.5 for regular shoe sizes and went with an 8 for the Rogue. It fits like a glove.
Date published: 2012-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love these shoes I am an amateur female power lifter and I love these shoes. I read some reviews that said that girls may find the toe of this shoe too large and boxy, but if you are used to wearing chucks you will find that these are no different. I normally wear a ladies size 8 and I got these in a 6.5 and they fit great. I love them for squats, and I must confess I have been wearing them for bench (for the extra height and leverage) and for seated shoulder press for the great grip they give me on the floor! If you are a female lifter and you aren't sure if this shoe will work for you - it will!!
Date published: 2012-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Feels great! These are my first pair of weight lifting shoes and I really notice the difference in the bottom of my squat.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far....awesome I've had these for a month and can directly attribute a more sound approach to the bar b/c of these shoes. The heel rise isn't drastic but enough to maintain a solid 'rooting' to the floor. Love the suede, this makes the upper more approachable and supple, avoiding much of the break in time needed with other shoes. Ordered mine on size and the fit is awesome, but could see if you had a narrower foot the fit may require a smaller shoe. Only down side is the tongue tends to fold/crease a bit causing the fit to become uncomfortable when tightening down the straps. Great shoe/quality product!
Date published: 2012-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe! I got blown away!! I've been lifting for a little over 5 years. From the first time I started lifting I loved squats and olympic lifting. Don't do what I did in those 5 years. I didn't buy these shoes. I would've made bigger gains earlier and would've eluded injuries. This shoe is great. I have no idea why I waited so long to get these shoes. I feel great in these shoes. If we're talking about stability then yes! This shoe is amazing. Never felt so stable while lifting. Builds confidence under the bar. I say don't wait any longer, just make the investment. You won't regret it. Oh! Long laces and long straps are kinda a downer but you know? It's alright for first shoe. Also order a half size down from your regular shoe size. I usually wear a 10 for casual and running shoes. I ordered a 9.5 and it fits perfectly! Happy lifting everyone!
Date published: 2012-10-07
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Rogue Weightlifting Shoes - 3/4" is rated 4.2553 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why did I wait so long?! After almost 4 years of Crossfit I finally decided to drop some money on a pair of lifting shoes. All I can say is I should listened and done this a LONG time ago. The Rogue Do-Wins are comfortable, stable, solid, and look great. As other reviewers have mentioned, the laces/straps are unusually long (but they don't get in the way) and you will most likely want to go with a 1/2 size smaller than your running shoes. I wear an 11.5 running shoe and the 11 fits perfectly..
Date published: 2012-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As good, maybe even better, than advertised I honestly did not think that switching from standard crossfit shoes to the Do-Wins would make that much of a difference in my olympic lifts. Let's be honest I'm not breaking any records or winning any medals anytime soon. These shoes though immediately added power to my lifts. I feel the ground more and I feel the firmness in the heel more than I do in my Nanos and Inov8s. These really allow me to feel more stable as I push off the floor especially when I'm driving out of the hole in my squats. Shoot even my pistols got better from the first time I put them on. Awesome shoes!
Date published: 2012-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lifting shoe! Quality of the shoe is an easy 5. Lifting with them has changed confidence under the bar. The only issue I had was with sizing. I wear a 12 in New Balance, Brooks, and Asics. I ordered a 12 and they were pretty big. They have a great return policy and exchanged them. I made the mistake of getting 11 the next time. They are just a bit snug but wasn't going to pay for shipping a third time. I would recommend a .5 size smaller than the above running shoes.
Date published: 2012-08-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sole Comes off Bought these shoes and in less then 3 months use the sole starts coming off on the back foot of the split jerk. Outside of warranty period, was told to glue back on. Not what I would expect from a $120 shoe.
Date published: 2012-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST INVESTMENT FOR WEIGHTLIFTING SHOES I have 4E feet and never can go to a normal store to purchase shoes. I was hesitant to buy these shoes as I got many mixed reviews about them fitting wide feet. I ordered a half a size smaller than my running shoes and they fit PERFECT. They are very comfortable and using them for squats was incredible! They are very easy to put on a can be adjusted to keep them very snug, which is very important when doing heavy lifts. If you have the right size, they will not slip at all when doing lifts. I cannot believe how much of a difference a simple shoe can make when you lift. I highly recommend these to anyone who is serious about stability and weightlifting. I cannot come up with any "cons" to the shoe. Appearance, fit, quality, and performance are all A+ and worth every dollar. ** Remember to NOT use them for anything that will cause the sole to bend since that will compromise the integrity of the shoe. I didn’t read this part as indicated on the website! **
Date published: 2012-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall Great Shoe! I bought these right at the start of my crossfit strength bias cycle and they work great. Ordered a half size down as well and they fit perfect. They did however take a couple days to break them in but they are perfect now. Great investment you won't regret!
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review of Rogue lifting shoes> my new love of footwear. Amazing Shoes. Definietely the longest laces I have ever seen... and the straps are a bit too long aswell, not a worry though as this is really not an issue... I have seen massive improvements in my lifting since wearing my Do Wins and would not think about lifting without them!! Thanks Rogue for a great product!
Date published: 2012-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Shoes I have been using rogues do wins for seven months , they have been awesome shoes. I wear them about an hour and a half , five days a week and they still look like new . I would recomend these shoes to anybody.
Date published: 2012-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Investment I am also doing Starting Strength as ^^ is doing. Great program, and it incorporates the "big five" barbell movements. I'm judging on the squat, bench, deadlift, military press, and power clean. Now, onto the review. Pros: + Makes me feel much more stable on the lifts. + "Instant connection" to the ground on PC. + Sexy?! + Could be fit to loose or tight (depending on what you want) + Incomprehensible heel + Great for squat, deadlift, military press, power clean. + Rogue has EXCELLENT costumer support. Cons: - Could be just me, but I have a hard time pushing my legs against the ground when benching. - Straps are a tad too long for me. Overview: I honesty think that these shoes are the best investment I have ever
Date published: 2012-02-24
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