Nike Savaleos Weightlifting Shoes

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Man wearing Nike Savaleos weightlifting shoes
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Man wearing Nike Savaleos weightlifting shoes
Man putting on Nike Savaleos weightlifting shoes before a workout
Squatting in Nike Savaleos weightlifting shoes

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

With a heel height of just over a half-inch, the Savaleos are perfect for acclimating oneself to elevated lifting shoes, as well as for using as a hybrid shoe you can take from the lifting platform to a barbell WOD. 

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Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. Great shoes at a great price point ($120)
  2. Wide toe box adds stability to lifts
  3. Good option for casual lifters and beginners

What needs improvement...

  1. Midsole might be too responsive for people who lift super heavy
  2. Moderate heel height (about 15.5mm 0.6”) doesn’t provide the best assistance for squatting
  3. Limited velcro surface area on straps

Product Summary & Specs

Nike Savaleos weightlifting shoes are a great entry-level option for people interested in Olympic weightlifting, as well as people who need extra support for reaching full depth during squats. With a wide toe box, an elevated EVA heel, and a hook-and-loop strap to keep your foot locked down, the Savaleos will make you feel more confident during your lifting sessions.

Heel height

0.6" / 15.5mm

Color options

4

Closure

Laces and velcro strap

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    The Bottom Line

    If you’re looking for the best combination of function, style, and price, you can stop right here. The Nike Savaleos are by far the best weightlifting shoes for most people because of their value proposition.