Nike Romaleos 4 - a direct successor to the great Nike Romaleos 2. The Nike combines the full functionality of Romaleos 2 as a weightlifter shoe with an innovative and modern design.
Designed for strength and stability, the Nike Romaleos 4 features a supportive midsole and a wide, flat outer sole. Adjustable straps in the midfoot protect your foot during the most intense workouts.
Like Romaleos 2, Romaleos 4 has two solid, adjustable straps above the lacing system. The durable midsole with heel lift not only allows for optimal power transfer from the ground, but also has a significant impact on the explosiveness of movement when lifting. The wide heel is synonymous with a stable base for heavy weights, and the rubber profile provides long-lasting grip that meets the highest demands.
Romaleos 4 is ideal not only for classic weightlifting, but also for daily squat training. An elevated heel puts you in an ideal squat position and creates a stable foundation.
In the same trend that inspired the transition to lighter and more elegant evolution in Romaleos 3, Romaleos 4 was developed to go back to this original sensation of weightlifting from the second edition of this iconic shoe. It's heavier than 3 and slightly lighter than 2, so you'll be in the best position to hit with every repetition.
The construction of Romaleos 4 has unprecedented breathability. The Romaleos 2 upper consisted largely of unbroken synthetic leather with small, visible material ventilation openings around the toes. Despite the iconic status, one of the things that this 2 is still known for is the onerous upper that turns the inside of the shoe into a sauna for our feet. The new upper in Romaleos 4 is the perfect combination of durability and breathability, allowing you to focus on lifting and not thinking about how hot your feet can be.
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