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Do-Win Classic Lifter
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The original Rogue weightlifting shoe, the Do-Win, is back in a re-launched “Classic” edition, available here in three colorway choices: Black & White, Red & White, and Blue & White.

As longtime Rogue athletes will know, the Do-Win Lifter was the very first lifting shoe ever sold through Rogue Fitness, starting back in 2007. This simple, precision design—with its 0.75” heel-to-toe drop, ample ventilation, and lock-down stability—earned a devoted following from the amateur ranks to the highest levels of competition. And while plenty has changed in the worlds of CrossFit and weightlifting over the past decade, a classic never goes out of style.

Gear Specs

Brand Do-Win
Shoe Type Unisex
Color Blue
Effective Heel Height Varies based on size
Made In USA No

The Do-Win Classic Lifter includes a suede and mesh upper with a rounded toe shape (just like the old-school version had). Two hook-and-loop tarsal straps + nylon webbing backers ensure a firm, custom fit, and each heel is crafted from stacked layers of genuine leather. Like the originals, the effective heel-to-toe drop of the Do-Win is approx. 0.75” (19mm).

Please Note, however, that this exact measurement can vary slightly depending on the size of the shoe.

Important Sizing Info:

  • For men, we suggest dropping down ½ size from your normal tennis shoe size.
  • For women, we suggest dropping down ½ size from your normal tennis shoe size and converting to Men's, using the chart below.

Specifications:

  • Re-introduction of Classic Do-Win Lifting Shoe
  • Suede & Mesh Upper w/ Rounded Toe Shape
  • Ventilation for breathability, reduced moisture
  • 2 Hook-and-Loop Tarsal Straps w/ Nylon Webbing Backer
  • Rogue branding on top strap
  • Stacked Leather Heel: Approx. 0.75” Heel-to-Toe Drop
  • Color Options: Black & White / Red & White / Blue & White
  • Sizes: See Available Sizes in Order Menu

Size Guide:

Men's 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 12.5 13 14
Women's 6.0 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 12.5 13 13.5 14 14.5 15.5
Heel Drop 17mm 17mm 17mm 18mm 18mm 18mm 19mm 19mm 20mm 20mm 20mm 21mm 21mm 21mm 22mm 22mm 23mm 23mm 24mm

Sold in Men's Sizing: Please find your corresponding Women's size in the chart to order the correct size from our menu

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Do-Win Classic Lifter is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Squat Shoes for lifters with low ankle mobility I've had the Do-Win Classics a couple of months now and they've been a great addition to changing up my squat routine. I have mediocre ankle mobility, and am not able to squat to below parallel (where the crease at the hip drops below the top of the knee) with the bar positioned along the trapezius or directly on top of the trap (high-bar). The 21-mm elevation adds just enough height for me squat to powerlifting-standard depth. The only issues are the resultant knee pain, since the load moves from the posterior chain to more quad/knee-dominance. At that point, I switch back to flatter shoes (New Balance Minimus Cross Fit) to move the load back toward the posterior chain--just to give my knees a break. I've also worn SBD knee sleeves to help mitigate the knee stress that comes from quad-dominant (high-bar) squats. The shoes themselves are high-quality. I have wide feet (EE, EEE), so I upsized to account for the medium-width Do-Wins, and that seemed to work. Be forewarned that the toe box in this shoe is shallow, so your toes might feel squished until the shoe breaks in (which takes a few weeks due to the all-leather construction). The stacked-leather sole construction gives excellent stability and makes a good connection with the floor (very little to no give), so your force transmission from the floor-to-the-bar-on-your-back is nearly immediate. I recommend this shoe for lifters who have mediocre to low ankle mobility. If you have good ankle dorsiflexion--you won't need these shoes to squat to powerlifting standard depth--so stick with flat or nearly zero-drop cross-fit training shoes.
Date published: 2020-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does NOT run large Rogue website suggests dropping down a size. I ordered my normal size and it was still too small. I would have had to go up at least 1 size for it to fit. I had to return the shoe. The shoe felt narrow in the toe box and the stiff external material was not my favorite. The shoe itself looked great and the construction and materials seemed to be good quality. If you have a narrow foot and enjoy a stiff outer material, it could be a great option.
Date published: 2020-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Had these shoes for about eleven years so far and the first real signs of wear are starting to show up. Still work out in them 5x/week doing oly lifts. Never had a reason to use another shoe. Never been this satisfied with any shoe. Or arguably anything at all. When these bad boys finally give out I’ll probably just die a few hours later like one of those super old couples who love each other so much that they don’t know how to live without each other. Good shoes.
Date published: 2020-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe for 6E/H width Having a super wide foot, I took a risk and ordered to size, instead of going up as normal. They didn't fit my freekishly thick foot. I have a wood shoe stretcher I got off of Amazon, and was able to get enough room for a good snug fit after a weekend of stretching. Now I have the best of everything, a great stable lifting shoe that isn't too long in the toes. After 2 months of training I am very satisfied with these, and plan to buy a spare pair to put in the back of my closet for the day these decide to give out, hopefully years in the future. So, 4E-6E width, buy to size. H width go up a half size or plan to mechanically stretch them a bit.
Date published: 2020-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy with my first pair of lifters! After my first lifting session in them I said to myself, “Oh! Okay, now I get it.” There’s a huge difference between lifting in these and your running shoes. They’re heavy with solid midsoles, less wobble, and rubber bottoms so I feel like my feet stick when they hit the floor. With the added straps I can lace up fairly loose then adjust tension quickly by adjusting the Velcro. I feel a more solid base which means more confidence in all my lifts. Plus, they’re super cute. (Which, if I’m going to be honest is the real reason I picked them since I didn’t know anything about lifters at the time.)
Date published: 2020-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe Super comfortable and great for all lifts. I mostly do Olympic lifts and they are awesome because of their lightness AND solidity! Love this shoe.
Date published: 2020-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shoe for the price I bought this a little over a month ago. The price was what I wanted for my first lifted shoe. Quality seems better than other shoes in this price range. So far the fit and feel are great in the gym. Very snug fit, which is what I wanted.
Date published: 2020-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfy and great support Great shoes for squats and other exercises. Numbers have improved dramatically. Love the classic design
Date published: 2020-09-30
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