WrestlingGear.Com is proud to be family owned and operated since 1998. Taking pride in getting our customers the right wrestling shoes for them is the main reason we’ve been in business for so long. We want to help you find the shoes that not only fit your needs but also your budget.
Buying a pair of wrestling shoes from WrestlingGear.Com is easy and stress free. We know you might be under a deadline with your new shoes, so in our shopping cart we provide a way for you to get your estimated delivery date up front. We don’t make you get to the checkout page to figure out your estimated delivery date.
We also understand you might be worried about sizing. We spend a lot of time and get a lot of feedback from customers both in our warehouse and those who shop online with us. WrestlingGear.Com puts that information in the sizing help tab on each and every shoe. And if you still don’t quite like the fit, our shoes have a sizing guarantee on them. The only exception is our closeout shoes. Closeout shoes can be returned with no restocking fees but are not covered by our sizing guarantee.
Certainly each model of shoes has its positives and negatives. Some are cheaper, some are lighter weight, some breathe a little more, but all of them will serve the wrestler on the mat. If we have a bunch of problems with a shoe or think a shoe is not how it should be, we don’t sell it. Plain and simple. We also understand you want to see the shoes from a variety of angles. So we will usually have several different shots available on most shoes so you can make an informed decision on your purchase.
We often get questions on what the difference is between high end and low end wrestling shoes. For the most part, in a high end shoe you get a little lighter shoe and possibly some added features you won’t find in the less expensive shoe. You will of course see top wrestlers wearing the most expensive wrestling shoes, but take a look at some of the top International tournaments out there. You will find some of the best wrestlers in the world in some of the cheapest wrestling shoes that are made. It all depends on quality, fit, and the preferences of the wrestler.