Wrestling shoes are one piece of your wrestling equipment that are not one-size-fits all; some are cheaper, some are lighter weight, and some breathe a little more. But what they all do have in common is that they will serve the athlete on the mat. If we have a bunch of problems with any wrestling gear or think a shoe is not how it should be, we don’t sell it. Plain and simple. Our top three brands are ASICS, adidas, and Nike, so read more to find out which brand is the best fit for you. With sizing from K10 to Men's 15.0, all you need to get the correct shoe size is just knowing what your current size of your athletic shoes are.
Our prices are tough to beat. With all our shoes selling below the list price or Manufacturers suggested price, and many coming with free shipping and our sizing guarantee - WrestlingGear.Com is the place to shop whether you are a beginner or one of your state's top blue chip wrestlers. You know you can find your wrestling equipment all in one place.
Finding the Right Wrestling Shoe
Finding the right shoe for you is important, and it seems that every athlete has a different preference. Often in fact, you will see seasoned veterans on the mat with some of the cheapest shoes available. It's a matter of what fits your foot well, what feels comfortable, and ultimately what you win while wearing to some degree as well. We carry the top brands and styles in many different colors and designs so that you have a great selection to pick from, in all of the sizes that you need. So whether you are looking for blue wrestling shoes or ones in red, yellow, orange, pink, or just about any other color that is made, we'll have them in stock ready to ship to you.
Often you know what brand and size you like, but when just getting started in the sport (or switching to a new shoe) you may have apprehension about choosing the right size. This is important to us that you do find the correct size the first time, so we spend a lot of time asking for feedback from customers both in our warehouse and those who shop online with us on how to get the perfect fit, the first time. WrestlingGear.Com puts all of the information we get from other wrestlers in the sizing help tab on each and every shoe. And if you still don’t quite like the fit, all of our regularly priced shoes have a sizing guarantee on them.
Best Men's Wrestling Shoe Brands
ASICS wrestling shoes
Trusted by some of the top wrestlers in the world because they are made to last and provide that extra edge on the mat. Check out our wide selection of 2017-2018 ASICS wrestling shoes to find the right build and design to go with your wrestling style. From Jordan Burroughs' signature shoes to the Maflex, we have it all. The outsoles from ASIS come in a variety of styles so you can decide which type you want. Now up for Pre Order, the newly reissued ASICS International Lyte. ASICS Men and Women's wrestling has recently added gear unique for each athlete.
adidas men wrestling shoes
Once a minor player, adidas has stepped up its game in the world of wrestling, especially with Olympic Champion Jake Varner’s line of adidas shoes. If you’re looking for a shoe that’s worn by elite athletes, check out our selection of 2017-2018 adidas wrestling shoes. The adidas Impacts are expected to be another hot shoe this year with the new color updates for this season.
And just like ASICS, adidas men and women's wrestling is offering unique gear tailor made for each wrestler. Although both ASICS and adidas wrestling do not offer a female specific shoe at this time.
Nike wrestling shoes.
You just can’t go wrong with any of the Nike shoes that we offer. Whether you’re just starting your wrestling career or are an elite athlete heading off to college, Nike shoes provide the reliability and sock-like fit many top wrestlers look for on the mat. Browse our top-selling selection of Nike wrestling shoes. The Nike Freek, Nike Inflict and Nike Hypersweeps are the top sellers from Nike Wrestling.
Just like the men's sized shoes, there is no right shoe for all wrestlers. Youth shoes depend on a lot of factors, budget, size, color and of course your wrestler has to like the shoes he's wearing. Your shoes, along with singlets and headgear, are a few things a wrestler can wear that reflects his personal wrestling style.
Competition Shoes vs Practice Shoes
The more time you spend on the mat, the faster your shoes are going to break down. That is why many wrestlers choose to have two pairs of shoes - one pair of practice shoes and a pair of competitive shoes. That way wrestlers can keep a pair fresh for their matches, while their practice shoes take the beating doled out by day-to-day practice wear. Next year, your competition shoes can become your practice shoes and you can buy a new pair only for the competitive matches.