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Do-Win Weightlifting Shoes - Men's

The Do-Win brand is precision-tailored to the weightlifting community, with design elements directly inspired by years of experience and direct customer feedback.

Do-Win Mens Weightlifting Shoes feature a 3/4” hard plastic heel (the preferred height for Olympic lifting) with a leather upper, breathable nylon mesh, and an updated single sole construction for optimal durability and flexibility. Do-Wins are also noted for their wide profile—giving athletes with wider feet greater comfort and stability than possible with some other weightlifting shoes on the market.

Important: For the most effective fit, we suggest selecting a Do-Win shoe 1/2 size smaller than your current running shoe size.

Fast Rogue Shipping: Most orders placed before 3pm on in-stock weightlifting shoes will ship that same business day from the Rogue warehouse. You can also track the progress of your order via the online Rogue Shipping Tracker.


  • Men’s Weightlifting Shoes
  • 3/4” Plastic Heel
  • Synthetic Leather and Nylon Mesh
  • 2 Metatarsal Straps
  • Do-Win Single-Sole and Toebox Design
  • Wide Profile
  • Color: Red

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Gear Specs

Brand Do-Win
Color Black / Red
Shoe Type Men's
Effective Heel Height .75"
Made In USA No

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Do-Win Weightlifting Shoes is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe I had a little trouble figuring out my men's shoe size I wear a 6/12 women's bought 51/2 men's probably could wear a six. I like the shoes though.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect fit I bought these for heavy bb squats and they work great... my feet are very well set in place and my heels are locked in tight. and they look great too
Date published: 2017-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love these These were my first squat shoes I've invested in, I'm really happy with them!
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for wide One reviewer mentioned the fabric in the toe box folding in. Same thing happened to me! I thought this was a tight hot spot the first few sessions. Then I did the same thing as the other reviewer and pushed the fabric in through the tongue with the shoe still on. Either that did the trick, or it was a hot spot that just broke in. It hasn't bothered me (or folded in on itself) during my last few sessions. I wear a wide size New Balance sneaker, so I just bought these in the same size and it was perfect. First pair of weightlifting shoes so no other reference other than vibrams.
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT shoe, but synthetic NOT leather I have a pair of white leather Pendlay Do-Wins that I bought from MuscleDriver a couple of years ago. LOVE THEM. Which is why I bought a second pair from Rogue. However, the black ones from Rogue are SYNTHETIC leather. (The Rogue website description says "leather" in one place and "synthetic leather" in another.) The black synthetic Rogue Do-Wins fit a bit tighter in the forefoot and yet looser around the ankle and heel. I've lifted in them 4x per week for several months and they haven't conformed to my foot the way my white leather ones have. Still a GREAT shoe, especially for the money and for someone with wide feet. I've had NO durability issues whatsoever with either pair. Both look near-new, even though I often lift on bare concrete.
Date published: 2017-08-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from One serious flaw I dont often review but when I do, I like to point out something important. I purchased these shoes to help aid in oly lifts after my coach had me start standing on 5# plates during certain lifts to keep my hips in proper form. I read tons of reviews and decided on these for my purchase. I went a half size down and they are rather tight but not too bad since you want them tight and your feet anchored. The one major flaw in these is the design, the toe box material where it is sewn and connected to the 'side walls' of the shoe point back towards the heel. This means that everytime you put them on the excess material bunches up and boy do you feel it. To try and alleviate this issue, I put the shoe on, un-lace them completely and stick my finger down the side to try and un-bunch the material that rolled up. Its rather annoying to have to do this everytime I put the shoes on. Rogue did offer to replace or return them, so thats good.
Date published: 2017-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My second pair of DoWins I have been using the old-style suede Rogue Do-Wins and really like them. My feet are too wide for Adidas (I had 2004-era AdiStars which were built like tanks but my feet spilled over the sides, waaaay too narrow). The Do-Wins fit perfectly and I liked how they fit, but were starting to wear out so I decided to stick with what I know and order the new ones. I really like how the new Do-Wins use shorter velcro straps, the old ones were ridiculously long. Compared to my old Do-Wins, the new sole feels stiffer and sticks to the floor a little better with noticeably better arch and heel support, but the toe box does feel more crowded, but all that could just be because they are brand new and need to be broken in. Overall these are a great value, excellent quality for the money.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Value First weightlifting shoe. Great value for the money. I went a whole size smaller than my running shoe (11 to 10) - toe box a bit tight but doesn't impede workouts, plenty of length for toes. Solid construction and provides a good base. Definitely a unitasker shoe - wouldn't use for anything but weightlifting.
Date published: 2017-06-21
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