Do-Win WL 9501 Black / Yellow.
The new Do-Win model seriously competes with the most expensive weightlifting-shoes. Higher stability, more rigid, light weighted and of course with Do-Wins wider fit.
Normal heel height, wide fit.
Height at toe: 7 mm, height at the heel: 35 mm. Drop: 24mm
(Measured on the size 42)
Do-Win Black / Gray.
High heels for stiff ankles, wide fit.
Height at the toe: 9 mm, height at the heel: 40 mm. Drop: 31mm
(Measured on the page size 42)
We are the agency for Do-Win weightlifting shoes in Sweden and Denmark.
Contact us if you are interested in selling Do-Win weightlifting shoes in your store.
Do-Win weightlifting shoes have for a long time now been popular among olympic weightlifters and powerlifters. There are many good resasons for this. Manufacturers of weightliftingshoes often focus on having a cheaper material in the heel that become compressed by heavy weights. This is not ideal because part of the power generated is lost through compression of the sole. As a result of this the results in for example squat can be affected negatively.
Do-Win weightlifting shoes are not only costeffecient for powerlifters and olympic lifters, they also have an extremly high quality. During the 10 years we have been selling Do-Win shoes we have had many returning customers and very few complaints. The grip in the soles of the Do-Win shoes is fantastic and gives an unbeatable stability in for example squat. The sole is comparable to, or even superior, to soles of shoes twice the price.
Do-Win weightlifting shoes have one or two straps (depending on model) which makes it possible to tighten the shoe according to your own preference. The straps also keep the shoe laces away and prevents the knots from being untied. Do-Win shoes are markedly wider than other shoes which is good for stability and a for a person with wide feet.
If you have high demands on function and sustainability when it comes to your weightliftingshoes, we recommend that you choose shoes from the country that has the highest number of olympic lifters and most World champions. Chose Do-Win!