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adidas Taekwondo Adilux Shoes
Indoor training shoes Slipper without lace
21 Part TORSION Sole support for mid foot
Black non markable rubber sole pivot points under front foot and heal
Colors: white with silver stripes, and black sole
TORSION: Lightweight arch support that allows the forefoot and rear foot to move independently, for better surface adaptation and stability
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8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
run a half size big, but other than that AMAZINGJun 07, 2013
By Timothy Hoover
since I assume everyone is buying these for some kind of kickboxing/martial arts activity, I would suggest you order a half size smaller than you wear in your normal shoes.. Mine are a little looser than i would like for the amount of twisting and turning, and when you cannot tie them tighter, you are kind of stuck! :). I love the support these offer me in my workouts instead of going barefoot. These shoes have tremendously helped my foot pain from kickboxing. highly recommend!
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Nice Kicking Shoe!Aug 26, 2012
By WILLIAM F LEE JR
I have been in taekwondo since the early 80's. I have tried several different brands and types of shoes over the years. My last pair were the Mooto's. I liked their soles (vibram rubber) which lasted way longer than the shoe iself. But, they had little grip compared to these addidas.
These addidas have a much stronger construction than the original design. I used to wear out addidas shoes very quickly. These new style shoes look and feel like they will last much longer. Im excited to find out.
Oh well, back to training!
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
cool shoes! but part of sole came offMay 11, 2013
By Ben Woods
These shoes are so cool I had to do a pimp stroll in them as soon as I put them on. I also got some of these about six years ago and they're still going strong. I prefer the leather of my old adilux. Due to the feet moving inside a little I may have to punch holes on top for single lace setup as I did with my old ones. The grey lines give them a very clean look. UPDATE! Sole came off second day looks like they got stingy with the glue. I had to gorilla glue the sole back on.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
excellent shoes for any martial artJan 05, 2013
By Hrvastki Doc
Comfortable, the sole provides both good grip and allows for turning kicks without endangering the ankles. in general, adidas products are really good stuff, not only for taekwondo but for any martial art!
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Good quality basic shoeJul 18, 2014
By Aaron Hawk
I said they fit as expected because I have experience with Adidas shoes. I wear a 10.5 4E (extra extra wide), so had to size up to 11.5 for width. They are comfortable for what they are (as comfortable as any essentially flat-footed shoe). I'd prefer something with more support as I have a bad foot, but these are just fine and were my choice because what I do like about them is that you can still "feel" the ground beneath you and the support is about as good as any standard type of martial art shoe out there (they are also light)
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