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Review: Inov-8 370 BOA Dial Weightlifting Shoe

We take a moment to review the Inov-8 370 BOA Dial Weightlifting Shoe.

Item: Inov-8 370 BOA Dial Weightlifting Shoe
Price: $200 USD or $249 AUD
Manufacturer: Inov-8

In the above video review, John and Michael give their thoughts on the Inov-8 370 BOA Dial Weightlifting Shoe, which was released globally in early 2015.

Earlier this year, we released a first look video of the shoe, going over a few of its main features and highlighting some of the changes the brand has made to previous models like the Fastlift 335. You can check out the first look video by clicking here.

The shoe itself is very similar to the Inov-8 Fastlift 335 with the same sole and heel drop, although it comes with a unique tightening system: The Boa Dial. For those unamiliar with the Boa Dial, it is basically a stretch-free cable closure system that allows functional fitness athletes a stable and tight platform while lifting. It also eliminates the need for shoe laces, which can sometimes get in the way during workouts.

In this video review, we go in more depth about some of the good and bad features of the weightlifting shoe, and how it compares to some of the other leading shoes on the market. After testing the shoe for the past few months, we also reveal whether we think the Inov-8 370 BOA Dial Weightlifting Shoe is worth buying.

Check out the full review in the video above, and let us know your thoughts on the latest Inov-8 weightlifting shoe in the comment section below.


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