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Legacy Lifter

20.6 oz. (584 gr.)

Heel Drop

List Price
200 US$


The Reebok Legacy Lifter is designed specifically for weightlifting exercises. It has a solid base to help you maintain an upright position during squats and a double strap locking system to help secure your feet in place. The Legacy Lifter has a comfortable arch and is perfect for those who expect good performance from their weightlifting shoes.

The midsole of the Legacy Lifter is made of TPU, a hard material that does not compress, which makes for a sturdy shoe. A removable insole also is in the midsole to increase arch support. An Ortholite Antimicrobial Sockliner helps keep moisture away from your feet and aids in preventing bacteria build-up.

The outsole is made of high abrasion rubber to provide a solid grip to the ground. You will notice the outsole is flat and has a wide stable base with a heel width of 82mm for a solid platform. Located on the upper, you have a combination of 75 percent rubber and then mesh in the ankle area. The combination makes for a secure fit around your forefoot and midfoot while allowing for some breathability.

The heel has an Exoframe TPU strap for added support during lifts. Reebok’s Flexcage technology has two Velcro straps for lateral support — the tops strap goes across the midfoot and the second strap crosses just above the toes. These can be adjusted for tightness and keep your feet stable during explosive lifts.

Who is it for?

The Reebok Legacy Lifters are perfect for serious weightlifters who need stability and security during their lifts. The shoes have a solid midsole that does not compress during lifting. The outsole has a flat, solid base to keep your feet firmly planted on the ground during explosive lifts.

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