Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mauldin Perfect shoe for powerlifting and crossfit.
This shoe is perfect for weightlifting. I am an armature powerlifting and the shoe is exceptional. If you wear chucks for weightlifting, these are 1000% better.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Liftlife Great feel, but durability is lacking.
I love the way the shoe contours to my feet. It really does have an anatomically correct fit. My toes are able to splay out at the end of the shoe giving me superior proprioception which is critical in squatting and especially deadlifting. The rear of the shoe is just as impressive. It holds the heel tightly, securing your foot comfortably and allowing the cut of a wider forefoot without the feeling of slop or being loose.
Unfortunately the shoe does not live up to its promised durability. I've had them only 2 weeks and they've started to tear at the toe seam. I'm going to have to send them back. Hopefully this pair was just defective. If I can I will change my rating based on the new pair.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jackedandtan Awesome shoes I have a wide foot and even these shoes run a tad bit bigger, normally wear size 11 in running shoes bought 10.5 in the Cross fit lite TR probably could have gone for size 10 to have a nice snug fit. They still work great.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JG82 Great Deadlift shoe
Chalk up another 5 rating for these guys. Not sure how they work with OLY lifts but for deadlifts, front and back squats they work great. They really seem to shine with deadlifts. You can grab the floor really well with them better than the Nano 3 IMHO. I bought the Blue Bombers and they look cool but you probably can't go wrong with any of them. You might get a funny look at the gym since most people have no idea about these shoes but who cares since they do work, only thing I can see ever bringing the rating down would be durability but so far no problem. Mark Bell hit a home run with these. Don't be afraid to get a pair.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Teddy3 Insane lifter for the price
What I really liked is that other lifters don't provide the ankle support that this lifter does. I've done wide squats in them and my feet did not slide inside the shoe and also my shoes did not slide at all. This means great grip. I've done WODS with front squats in them and they have really helped with my stability. If your looking for a cheaper option for a lifting shoe you won't find a better deal. Reebok Crossfit........ What will they come up with next.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CF123456 Great shoes for Crossfit or Lifting
Very comfortable, very light shoes but still durable.
I bought these because my nano's don't give my ankles the support I need to keep good form on my oly lifts. If you have ankle mobility problems, these shoes will definitely help. The toe box is spacious, maybe 10-20% bigger than the nano's. I got size 10.5 while my nano's are size 11. Due to the larger toe box, the 10.5 is probably a better fit.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Curry This shoe is awesome! I will be purchasing more!
I love these shoes, I actually wear a size 15 but because of the wide toe box (and reebok doesn't make a size 15) I had to order a 14 and they worked out! They are comfortable, versatile, and I love how grounded I am during my squatting, deadlifting, and other power exercises. I definitely recommend. I hope that they start making size 15 crossfit shoes for athletes with bigger feet! Thanks reebok, way to make a comeback with awesome products!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SebG Lifters Essential
I rarely writes reviews but I am so happy with my pair of shoe I believe I owe Reebok the time to do it. My lifts have been much easier since I received this pair of shoe. They stick to the ground like they were glued to it. They are light and comfy. They do run large and I was counting on it because I normally wear size 15 and I took a chance with a size 14. They are slightly narrow at mid-foot but not uncomfortable. They are by far the best shoes I have ever own to work out with. I am confident to lift heavy and to stay solid on the ground with them.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by smaggy Gear for your feet
These shoes feel like strapping into a piece of athletic gear. They're not your average tennis shoe. I wouldn't recommend doing much in them other than powerlifting. The ankle is abrasive without a high sock, but once they're wet with sweat, they get a little softer. These shoes were meant to serve a purpose, and that is what they do. Big ups to Mark Bell and Jesse Burdick for getting this shoe to market.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by CrossFitV16 Rock Solid: Perfect for Powerlifting more than CF
Put your feet in the CrossFit Lite TR and you will feel rock solid.
Reebok did an amazing job of making a shoe that makes you feel like one with the ground. Setting up for deadlifts (sumo and conventional), my feet felt completely locked in, which in turn gave me a strong, aggressive pull on the barbell. Westside-style box squats also felt great as re-applying force/pressure onto the feet felt solid and secure.
All that said, I live in my Nano 2.0s, and the Lite TRs just don't cut it for walking or CrossFit WODs (unless of course the WOD has mostly powerlifting movements in it). The Lite TRs are stiff (as they should be), not flexible, the solid sole offers no support when landing from box jumps, and your feet will hate you if you run in them (they feel like an old school combat boot). Are these CrossFit shoes? Hard to say. But they should definitely be the shoe CrossFitters use for powerlifting.
Should you get them? Do you even lift, bro?