How wrestling shoes can improve performance
Wrestling is the world’s oldest sport. Evidence of wrestling can be traced all the way back to ancient Egyptian times. The first Olympic wrestling match was recorded in 708 BC. Wrestling soon found its way to America from countries such as England, France, and Japan where it first became popular. This is a relatively inexpensive sport as the only expenditure you would need to incur would be a pair of wrestling shoes. One of the first things you would need to consider before buying wrestling shoes is your foot size. A typical pair of wrestling shoes will generally run one half to one full size larger than your normal shoes. You must also keep in mind that wrestling shoes will probably stretch somewhat after a few practices. Remember, the fit should be fairly snug. Here are a few wrestling shoes which you could consider.
One of the most used wrestling shoes used are the Asics wrestling shoe. These shoes have outstanding traction and will never let you slip in action. These shoes are usually made from a synthetic upper part and a lower rubber sole for the necessary traction. The Ecsaine upper is a suede synthetic material that is durable, comfortable and provides an excellent fit. There are three-dimensional lasting contours on the foot for a better fit.
If you are looking for a top notch wrestling shoe the Nike wrestling shoe is just about perfect. These shoes are jam-packed with a ventilated mesh and a reinforced design for good control. They also feature lace locking ankle straps which prevent the lace to open up and interfere while wrestling. The best feature of Nike wrestling shoes are the rubber outsole with forefoot wraps for awesome traction.
If you are not looking for this you should check out the Matman wrestling shoes. These shoes will meet all your expectations from a wrestling shoe. These shoes feature split suede upper with a breathable mesh, and an elasticized lace cover with easy on-off lacing system. It also features a split sole design with flex break at the metatarsals for enhanced flexibility.
So get the right shoes and see the improvement in your game
Guest Blogger: Anil