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Tygun II Boxing Shoes

Tygun II Boxing Shoes

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Adidas Boxing Performance
  • Eye catching black and white design
  • Lightweight outsole
  • Partial mesh construction for evaporation and breathability
  • High top style for enhanced ankle safety

Float like a butterfly in this classic boxing boot. Features a new slim, lightweight outsole to keep your feet moving and two-dimensional mesh constructionfor optimal breathability. And when your feet finally slow down enough to see them, fans will appreciate their snazzy look with unique eye stay overlays.

sku: #cl-sh-602

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are you EVER going to restock these or will you only offer size 7 & 8 from now on?  
by: Jimmie   
6/17/2011 9:23:20 PM
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Yea this is one of those items that only restock very rarely.
by: TMArtist     
6/21/2011 11:49:59 AM
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First and only boxing shoe. I have wide feet and these accomodate me well regardless. Excellent comfort and ankle support and really lightweight. They dry off pretty qiuckly too  
by: tjhammer24   
11/29/2010 10:00:14 PM
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First and only boxing shoe. I have wide feet and these accomodate me well regardless. Excellent comfort and ankle support and really lightweight. They dry off pretty qiuckly too  
by: tjhammer24   
11/29/2010 10:00:04 PM
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how do boxing shoes fit? ive been told i should get a shoe size larger because they fit tight, and on the other hand i have bought some of adidas's shoes and they tend to run a bit large, what should i do?  
by: Smitty   
6/26/2010 6:40:23 PM
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Hi Smitty. I think you are right about adidas shoes. My recommendation is this - figure out what your size is in adidas shoes (go to the shoe store or grab a friend who wears adidas brand and try his stuff on). Once you have that figured out, order the same size for your boxing shoes.

However, please note that some boxers like to order a half size smaller because they want their boxing shoes to be very snug during cuts and body movements.
by: TMArtist     
6/28/2010 4:24:41 PM
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tygun II

these are great boxing shoes, the best ive had. They have good grip and feel very comfortable and light on my feet. It has nice arc support inside, it fits perfectly. They look real nice too!  
by: plim1234   
5/16/2010 10:42:08 AM
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Short video of these adidas boxing shoes

by: Combat Sports International      
3/6/2010 4:52:33 PM
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good for adidas wearers

I wear adidas in my day to day life, so checking out these boots was valuable for me. They seem to follow the same general design as other adidas shoes, and have a very nice high ankle feel. The toe tip material helps prevent skid marks on the ring and gym mats.  
by: TMArtist      
1/26/2010 4:21:17 PM
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Boxing Shoes Expert FAQs
  1. How are boxing shoes different than regular shoes?

    On the surface boxing shoes might appear like normal running shoes, but they are actually quite different. The goal of a boxing shoe is to hug your foot snugly while still allowing air to flow through. Boxing shoes need to provide you with excellent traction but also be very light to maximize your mobility. This lightness is provided by a sole that is thinner than normal shoes and airy yet supportive. Shoe fabric is often constructed out of soft leather or suede, and feature either rubber or other non-slip type soles.
    Boxing shoes provide a fine balance of characteristics that offer protection, comfort, and durability.

  3. What kind of shoe is right for me?

    There are three main things to consider when shopping for shoes. First is comfort. When looking into different brands, pay attention to how much effort they have put into making the shoes breathable and light. You never want to feel burdened or distracted. Second is usability. You'll have to choose how much grip you think you will need (do you make lots of weight shifts and quick cuts? Do you slip often in the ring?), and also how much ankle support you'll want. Finally, you'll need to decide what kind of visual style you'd like. Depending on what kind of image you wish to present to spectators, you'll have to choose between flashy and subdued styles.

  5. Are boxing shoes required to compete in matches?

    Amateur and professional boxers are not required to have boxing-specific shoes on, but in general it is recommended that you wear something safe and appropriate. Some fighters choose to use low coverage, wrestling style boots that are very minimalistic. Other boxers prefer higher topped boots that provide added support.

  7. What size should I get?

    Most boxing shoes run in the same sizes as normal shoes. If you are a size 11 in running shoes, it is likely you are a size 11 in boxing shoes as well. Some fighters like to get a half size lower so the shoes are very snug and resistant to sliding around.

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