Over the past few years, the CrossFit gear niche has been developing fast. With tremendous popularity and newer products being available each week, the market is getting pretty confusing because it is now more than just difficult to buy a shoe that meets much of your expectation. Like all its competitors, Reebok Crossfit Lifter comes with the same sort of persuasive words and a lot of positive comments from users. Being a shoe junkie, I am not much easy to get tricked by those words. So, I am making myself clear regarding my experience in wearing the shoe over and over again.
Olympic weightlifting experience enhanced remarkably:
The toe box which is absolutely flexible makes the shoe readier and more functional for CrossFit workouts in general, and this ultimately gives you the stability and strength to take a purist approach to your Olympic weightlifting endeavors.
Style and fit:
The Lifter Plus has earned its fame for being one of the most stylish CrossFit shoes to date. For women, the shoes come in a mix of vibrant colors while men who just need performance will have the neutral color. Lifting shoes are typically snug, but this one with two Velcro straps its top brings more flexibility to one’s ankles and feet.
What Reebok CrossFit Lifter Plus has to offer?
- For ball touch, the shoe has full grain leather toe and vamp
- Heat-activated customized feel and fit being combined with U-Form technology ensures maximum individualized comfort
- To ensure the build-up of heat and reduction of moisture, a 360° ETC anti-friction lining is included
- The low profile EVA midsole with its full length provide added cushioning as well as low-to-ground soccer touch and feel
- For better traction, the outsole is designed to suit multiple surfaces
- For enriched flexibility, forefoot flex grooves have been technically added
- For durable traction, the strike area of the heel has been made with carbon and rubber
Reebok CrossFit Lifter Plus review in general:
Most users go to the extent of saying that they have hardly had any sign of compromise that could cloud the actual utility of the shoe. These shoes show very little wear and no signs of compromise yet. Many a user has also told that they were able to eliminate the need for a pair of traditional Olympic lifting footwear after they had got the CrossFit Lifter Plus.
Well, some users did not forget to let us know that the Lifter with its flexible sole and toe box allowed them for the ultimate traction on any kind of surfaces from the wooden floor to the most solid concrete pavement. Whether they were on a thick mat or a rubberized floor, this shoe let them run or make quick movements uninterruptedly.
However, users who tried to do things on grass suggested potential Lifter users not to even give it a maiden try. Slick and almost unresponsive, these shoes are not suitable for any kind of grassy surface.
So, I would like to put an end to this Reebok CrossFit Lifter review by telling that this shoe lives up to what is advertised about it. However, you should stay away from using it on grass because you obviously do not want to risk falling under the load you tried to lift.