DetailsJake Varner's signature AdiZero wrestling shoe. Performance features for the elite level wrestler. Extreme lightweight upper with the new AdiZero outsole for excellent grip and speed. Upper is designed with engineered mesh for that "broken in" feel right out of the box; it fits like a sock. Designed and tested by the world's best international wrestlers.
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Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
- My favorite shoes to wear currently.
Great shoe. Comfortable and great grip. Waiting for the next shoe special so I can pick up a couple more pairs. They run bigger than other adidas shoes I got mine a half size smaller than what I normally order for combat speeds.
- Very nice wrestling shoes
Shoes look good and appear to be high quality
I will order from them again
So far my son loves them.
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We strive to make returns and exchanges as easy as possible. You can download a printable return form here:
That form has all the instructions you'll need to get started. If you don't have access to a printer, you can start your return by answering a few questions on this page:
In general, the return and exchange process will take about 3 days to allow for shipping and processing time. If you need it faster, we suggest a "Quick Exchange." Just go online and order the replacement item and we'll ship it out right away. Then you can ship back the original item and we'll refund your purchase price once it has been received.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give us a call at 816-471-2499
Our system will send an email when your package has been picked up by the carrier (UPS or USPS). We process shipments as quickly as we can, processing time increases a little bit with high order volumes around the holidays. We do our best to ship all packages on the day they were ordered, but in some cases it may take 2-3 days to get your shipment out. When it ships, you'll get a tracking link that lets you follow the progress of your shipment and provides an estimated delivery date.
In some cases if we're temporarily out of stock of an item we will Drop Ship it from the manufacturer. We'll ship what we have in our warehouse, and a request for the items we don't have is sent to the vendor (e.g. Cliff Keen) along with your shipping address. The vendor will process those orders and ship them out to you separately from any items sent from Blue Chip.
As a rule of thumb, you’ll want to subtract 1.5 – 2 sizes from your normal athletic shoe size to find your proper wrestling shoe size. So, for example, if you wear a size 9 in women’s athletic shoes, you’d want to go with a 7 or 7.5 depending on how you’d like the shoes to fit (smaller size for a more snug fit, larger size for a little extra room or if you like to wear thicker socks).
The most common complaint is odor – nobody likes stinky shoes. The best thing you can do is make sure the shoes dry out fully after a sweaty practice or workout. Don’t zip them up in your bag and leave them overnight, try to air dry as much as you can. If they start to get the funk, you can sprinkle some baking soda inside, or put a dryer sheet inside when they’re not in use.
To keep them clean, the best practice is to limit wearing them off the mat as much as possible. Wearing them in the parking lot on the way in or even around the arena is not good for the sole of the shoe, and will reduce their lifespan. We carry a line of wrestling shoe covers designed to slip over the sole so that you can wear the shoes around after a match without having to change your shoes. You can see our shoe covers here: http://www.bluechipwrestling.com/wrestling-shoes-and-gear/wrestling-shoes/wrestling-shoe-covers.html
If your shoes do have dirt or marks on the outside, the first thing we would suggest is to gently wipe them with a clean cloth dipped in plain warm water. You can add a few drops of dish soap to the water as well if necessary. If you do use soap, make sure to do a final wipe down with a cloth and plain water to remove the soap.
The last resort is to put shoes in the washing machine. Most shoes will handle the washer just fine, just make sure not to run them through the dryer. Before washing, remove the laces and inserts. Put your washing machine on the least aggressive cycle (usually “gentle”) and use just a small amount of detergent. To reduce the noise, you can include some old towels or put the shoes inside a pillowcase. The most important step after washing is to completely air-dry the shoes. Open them up and put them in a warm, sunny, well ventilated area.