Re: Suggestion for beginner footwear.
Writing "CrossFit" on a shoe "developed" by a powerlifter is comical. They made a leather chuck and call it "developed"
Sorry I am just not one to support companies that who're themselves out to CrossFit people, progenex reebok and the like overcharge because CrossFit people are used to wasting huge cash every month on classes so what's 80.00 for 30 servings of protein whey and 90.00 for some leather converse that labeled as "powerlifting shoes"
But speaking on Nano's I just prefer inov8 because they are actually more comfortable to deadlift, front squat, and do box jumps because they have less materials and give a better feel with the ground.