Top brands of wrestling shoes
Have you ever tried wrestling with sub-par wrestling shoes? If you have, you’ll know that you’re at a disadvantage. Your foot and ankle take the brunt of extreme motion and the next thing you know, you’re out of action. Serious wrestling requires good shoes as they have the needed traction and help prevent injuries. They stop your feet from going helter-skelter and protect your feet.
Take a look at Nike Inflict wrestling shoes. They were designed for a wrestler or athlete who means business. With their breathable mesh upper that allows for maximum freedom and a full-length midsole for ground control, they are the most comfortable combat shoes. The gum rubber outsole with forefoot wraps provide increased traction even with fast movements. Apart from being extremely functional, they’re lightweight, durable and available in an array of attractive colors.
The Dan Gable wrestling shoes from ASICS are engineered for a fantastic performance at the most competitive level. They are durable, lightweight and provide great support to the feet. The shoes are form-fitting with an Escaine upper, a Shine Up liner and a stabilizing ‘lace garage’ system that keeps the shoe odor-free. The Dan Gable Ultimate 2 wrestling shoes are flexible and soft and built with advanced traction rubber that offers a good grip. Special edition shoes have the Dan Gable image laser printed into the side of the shoe.
The classic combat speed wrestling shoes from Adidas are ultra lightweight with a sock-like feel and once in them, you feel like you can take on anybody. The Adidas Youth Combat Speed III wrestling shoes have been the most sought after shoes for years and has been innovated using the latest technology. The shoes in their newest incarnation are highly breathable and have synthetic suede and open mesh for long lasting durability.
Don’t overlook the injury potential if you wrestle without proper wrestling shoes. Select shoes that provide the needed traction and that are durable and lightweight. Good shoes can help prevent severe injuries, and can help avoid aggravating preexisting injuries and protect your feet.