Introducing the latest D-Mak high top to hit the market; the D-Mak II.
The D-Mak II features our signature flat sole to get you as close to the ground as possible for optimal lifting and a high top collar for the best stability.
Our premium suede leathers and knits are second to none and ensure quality and durability in even the toughest of workouts.
With brand new customised trilateral metal eyelets and embossed knit body, we have taken the D-Mak to the next level in this version 2.
Lace up a pair of the D-Mak II now and evolve in your training. The truth is, it never gets easier, you just get stronger!
“This is what separates the boys from the men” - Kai Greene
Available inblack, red, tan and charcoal
Thin, flat, flexible rubber soles crucial for correct form and flat foot lifting
High ankle collar providing maximum ankle support and foot lockdown whilst lifting
Padded interior for support, comfort and stability
Made from high quality, lightweight and breathable fabrics
Lace up high top profile with new metal lace up hooks
*These are a men’s style shoe and are in men’s U.S. sizes. Please use the size chart link located next to the item picture to determine your size*
WHY YOU NEED LIFTING SHOES IN YOUR LOCKER
Whether you’re a veteran of the squat rack or new to lifting, it’s all about finding that extra edge. That sense of fulfilment and raw power that comes from adding an extra plate to your squat or deadlifts is universal, and it’s what a high-quality pair of lifting shoes can help you unlock. A pair of weightlifting shoes with a flat, firm sole like the Ryderwear D-Mak will offer better transfer of force through your legs, because the flat sole will offer less resistance, especially when compared to those soft, compressive sneakers a lot of people hit the gym wearing. Imagine doing a heavy back squat on a mattress. Your 1RM just won’t be the same, because so much of your force will be absorbed ,rather than being transferred into the motion of pushing the barbell up. Now compare this with the firm, high transaction sole of a shoe like the Ryderwear D-Mak, and it’s easy to understand how a pair of lifting kicks can add those coveted kg’s to your deadlift.