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Old 04-22-2014, 08:52 AM   #1
Shane Woodman
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Default Looking to buy: Older Adidas lifting shoes

As with many newer lifters, I've become more and more interested in the lifting shoes of the past that I never had the opportunity to purchase. Now that the market is filled with plastic and vibrant colors that aren't quite my style, though I wear the red Adipower and do enjoy them. There is just something much more intriguing and real about the older models. Simple and purposeful. Rambling aside, I am looking to buy any of these models; Adistar, Ironwork, Equipment, etc. in 9 or 9.5. If there just so happens to be anyone willing to sell theirs, thanks.
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