34 thoughts on “I love boxing shoes. Can I wear them casually?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think boxers have the best workout fits and the shoes are a part of it. I don’t know if they could work outside of the context of exercise clothing but if you’re cool sticking to that style I’d say go for it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Looks like any other minimal shoe but with a very high tongue for some reason, no reason you cant make it work, just avoid shorts or loose pants with it

    • Anonymous says:

      Jesus bro thank you. I saw a girl cosplaying kill bill at a comicon and they looked beautiful. They look gorgeous on this image. Too bad i don’t wear yellow but maybe I’ll cop white ones for every day use.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Boxing / wrestling shoes make for some of the absolute best gym shoes, but my biggest concern would be that they’d probably wear out pretty quickly if worn outside daily. They’re designed to be worn indoors; particularly on soft flooring – not concrete, dirt and pavement.

  4. Anonymous says:

    They are designed with a specific purpose and only worn under specific circumstances which are not everyday leisure.

    You probably wouldn’t walk around with a hardhat or lab goggles on at all times outside of a construction site or a laboratory/bleach factory.

    • Anonymous says:

      You could say this about jeans or any other number of pieces of clothing that were once strictly utilitarian workwear. Function defines form.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’ve done boxing and owned boxing shoes. I wouldn’t wear them outside every day. The sole is too thin and has very little cushion. Not designed for wearing outside for sure.

        • Anonymous says:

          go see virtuoso’s boxing shoes if you can afford it (beware of customs) i bought a pair and sent those same worries and when they arrived they feel great and can walk on normal streets, but i wouldn’t try them on dirt or anything 1 because they would get dirty 2 because there are rocks and that hurts with any shoe except boots, but yeah i use them because they look so good and i mix em with a good outfit so people don’t really notice/care that they are from box, i think it would stand out in a wrong way only if the outfit don’t mix

        • Anonymous says:

          When I was competing (as an amateur) I saw guys going on runs outside in boxing shoes before weighing to sweat out some grams.

          • Anonymous says:

            My gym had a strict policy of no outside shoes in certain areas, ring included.
            I retired my boxing boots and wore them once outside, could feel every pebble I stepped on.

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m not doubting you, but I’m with my gym’s policy on this one. You shouldn’t bring in the dirt and shit from outside to the ring’s canvas.

            agreed, just saying i wouldn’t be surprised if some brand threw a functional sole on a pair of boxing shoes and made it the hot new thing. they look cool

            Tom Hardy wore boxing shoes on Venom. I don’t know if these have a thicker sole. Mine were an oldschool looking Leone boots that looked great with jeans and casual clothes, but were impractical to wear outside, perhaps if I had bought a bigger size and put a thicker insole on them… bear in mind that most boxing shoes are designed to have minimal or no loosenes at all. You don’t want your feet to shift around in your shoes while boxing.

        • Anonymous says:

          agreed, just saying i wouldn’t be surprised if some brand threw a functional sole on a pair of boxing shoes and made it the hot new thing. they look cool

  5. Anonymous says:

    For the record, these were my boots. The insole that came with them was trash and got ruined in no time. Took me ages to put them on and off and they eeren’t that good. That’s why I wanted to retire them for everyday wear.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Do what you hecking want, man. heck these fat weebs on LULZ matter to what you want to do? Find a good looking pair, wear what you hecking want, my man.

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