Injury Waiting To Happen
Posted On:12/09/2006 7:32pm
Style: Snatch Wrestling
My old Reeboks have gone missing and I need a new pair. They're the only ones I ever had, so I have nothing to compare to (but they weren't great anyway)...so what should I get to replace'em? Is it worth it to spend more on a higher quality boot? Will I notice a significant difference?
T3h R34l Gangnam Style!
Posted On:12/10/2006 4:08pm
I liked asics a lot when I wrestled, but that was A LONG, LONG time ago. I know a lot of wrestlers that still like them though.
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:19pm
50 fucking people viewed this and I get ONE opinion...TF?
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:31pm
I have these I uses them mainly for boxing. But when I do crapple with them on I have't had a real problem with them. Also have you thought about sambo boots?
Da Komrads... Again you are MadPelvisOwn3d!
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:35pm
Style: Spetsnaz Shovel-Fu
Boots? Like for BJJ/snow use?
To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence;
Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without spilling your Guinness.
Sun "Fu Man JhooJits" Tzu, the Art of War & Guinness
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:45pm
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:48pm
Boots? For Puroresu/snow use?
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:51pm
Yes, but I have snow boots already. It's the Puroresu I'm worried about now. What I really want to know is, will a more expensive boot be WORTH the money?
Posted On:12/10/2006 5:58pm
Yes and no. Expensive well made wrestling shoes last a lot longer than cheap ones. However, why not get the base line $40 Asics and replace then after they wear out. Unless you are high level world class the **** doesn't matter. Or, spend another $20-40 and get some decent ones that are still inexpensive.
Posted On:12/10/2006 6:31pm
Ok, well I was looking at the split-soled ones and though that would be better than the unisole, I hate getting my foot stuck because the sole folds as I'm trying to pull it out.
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