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Nike Romaleos 2 Weightlifting Shoes - Volt / Sequoia

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Nike Romaleos 2 Weightlifting Shoes Volt / Sequoia - The true champion! Delivers maximum support and two large midfoot bands and a honeycomb midsole. Exclusive NIKE contoured innovative thermoplastic (TPU) heel wedge cups the heel and supports the foot to provide unmatched lifting stability. The Nike Romaleos 2 Weightlifting Shoe integrated lacing and double power straps lock foot firmly in place. Ultra-supportive, durable upper materials and construction. Outsole designed to minimize wear in the heel. The Nike Romaleos 2 Weightlifting Shoe includes training and competition sockliners.

UPPER: Breathable mesh upper for freedom and movement

MIDSOLE: Full-length double lasted midsole for low to the ground control

OUTSOLE: Gum rubber outsole with forefoot wraps provide traction at any angle

Product Reviews

  • 5
    Best WL shoe

    Posted by jacobtymills@gmail.com on 26th Oct 2018

    The combination of weight, heel height (I know a lot of shoes have the same lift but these just FEEL the best), and looks. Could not be happier to get my hands on a pair of these after trying the legacy’s and adipowers.

  • 5
    great investment

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Aug 2018

    My first oly shoes and it's a great investment! Comfortable shoes for wide feet, my feet are not compress. Feel confident to hit some PR with this amazing shoes.

  • 5
    GREAT INVESTMENT

    Posted by Skyar Brower on 11th Jul 2018

    I have used the Reebok CrossFit lifter for years and this is the first pair of OLY shoes I have owned and it makes a big difference. CrossFit lifter isn't bad, but this shoe takes squats and snatches to the next level as far as stability and positioning goes.

  • 5
    Best investment!

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Apr 2018

    My second pair of these just in a different color and they're still one of my favorite lifting shoes. My first pair are still going strong for their 3rd year of us. They're true to size and fit very well.

  • 5
    Solid lifters!

    Posted by Jason on 27th Mar 2018

    I use them for oly lifts during crossfit and could not be happier. Ordered in my regular Nike size of 11.5 and they fit perfectly. Expensive purchase but these should last a very long time.

  • 5
    Great investment.

    Posted by Unknown on 18th Feb 2018

    This is by far one of the best investments for me other than a belt. They cement you to the floor with no way to raise your toe. This means you can hit depth without the worry of falling backwards. Happy squatting!

  • 5
    My Toes fit!

    Posted by Danny on 19th Jan 2018

    Other weightlifting shoes are tight in the middle of the feet and the width of your toes are crunched. It feels unbearable. I can't even imagine putting several hundreds of pounds on your back with that ongoing medieval-action type of torture.
    The Romaleos II feel natural and my toes fit. Definitely!- a true fit and true to size.

  • 5
    Good experience

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2018

    Shoes came on time. Was a little unsure on using this site but would use again. I’ve only worn the shoes once but fit is good. Nice looking shoe. Seems well built, excited to put them to work.

  • 5
    The Best OLY Shoes

    Posted by Thiago on 11th Sep 2017

    I wasn't very sure about getting another pair of CrossFit shoes or pair of OLY shoes because I'm not a regular lifter. After I put them on I felt I did the right thing! They REALLY improve the lifts as they give you way more balance, stability and the elevated heel has the perfect height. It takes snatches and cleans to the next level.
    Regarding sizing some people say you should go half or one size down or up. Because of that I decided emailing Nike about it and they told me to go with my regular size. It fits perfectly! I guess it depends on the persons type of feet. Best equipment I've ever bought for training. They are definetelly not just hype.