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The Nike Savaleos straps your foot down to a flat, wide base to keep you feeling stable and secure when you're up against serious weight. The rigid midsole has a lift at the heel for peak power transfer from the ground, to help support your most explosive sets.
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LEeR39409369 - 07 Jun 2021
nice pair, looks good and comfortable
Good multipurpose lifter/squat shoe
JGinSing - 11 May 2021
They fit a bit tight when you first get them, but after a few sessions they do loosen up. I’d say they run a quarter size smaller than tts. For example I wear a 9.5US in Air Max 1 & 90s, but a 10 in the Romoleo 4, 9.5 in the Romoleo 2s. These fit snug, but I don’t think I’d want to go up. As far as the feel, the transition from the forefoot to the hill is much more gradual than the romoleos, which I really like. They feel great and I hit a 5# PR in my first squat session with them, so they can’t be too bad, right?
Not the best weightlifting shoes
HuankiatS937791563 - 16 Apr 2021
And it is never design to be to begin with. Going by some online reviews - I bought a pair. I wore US9.5 for Romaleos 3,4 and has to go up half size to US10 for Savaleos. The reason I bought this pair is that I wanted a pair of lifting shoes with 0.5inch heel-height, which is a lot more stable for me. And there are not many of those in the market. The first impression I got was that the shoes are very comfortable - almost too comfortable that I afraid the interior is too cushy and might lack the kind of feedback I need from a pair of lifters. The first practice session confirmed that - a bit too much gives for my liking. However, if you are using it for a multisport session, it will fit the bill (and to be fair to Nike, that's their design goal) and for that I gave it 5 stars. So in short, it is a great 'functional' shoes - but does not meet my expectations for a lifting shoes. My search for a pair of great half-inch lifters has to continue.