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I have owned three prior versions of the Metcons and have loved the stability and fairly neutral rise they offer. I wear proper lifting shoes when squatting, but use Metcon's for everything else [bench, deadlift, overhead press, accessory work, etc], and the older models have yet to fail me. I order the Metcon 5 UT's as I kinda dug the ugly style, and thought the velcro strap would be nice during top sets. Unfortunately the forefoot of the new footbed so way to soft and offers very little stability when deadlifting/overhead pressing. It's such a shame that an otherwise great shoes has such an obvious flaw. If you are looking for something super comfortable to walk around in and do light lifts then these might be the shoe for you, but for any serious lifting try and track down and older pair of Metcons. I had hoped customer service would help me buy an older footbed, but that was deemed unlikley.
Disappointed in the Velcro Wrap
gladiscov03 - 2019年11月06日
I love the look of the shoe, however once you put the shoe on your foot the velcro is not long enough to wrap around entirely. I am very disappointed because I truly love the shoe, but did not like the way the wrap looked once it was on. I would suggest going up a size they are a bit tight.