Design wraps the foot for excellent support, fit, and comfort. Shoes give you sensitivity without pain or cramping, thanks to sticky rubber soles, rubber heel rand, and low-asymmetrical build. Lined tongue controls moisture and enhances breathability. Lace closure.
Well-fitting rock climbing shoes are usually a half size to full size down from street shoes. They should be tight without being painful or causing pressure points. Be sure to check sizing chart.
Constructed from leather with synthetic sole. Flat lasted construction for hours of performance and comfort. Passive randing. Proprietary rubber formula. Dual strap closure for adjustability. Hook-and-loop closure.
These shoes may run wide, so size carefully when ordering. Not good for narrow feet.
Asymmetrical profile. Perforated synthetic upper. Plush nylon liner. Sensitive half-length insole. Thick front toe VTR rand. High friction rubber sole, measures 4.2 mm thick. Hook and loop closure.
May run small, so be sure to keep this in mind when ordering.
Unlined leather front. Great arch fit and support, thanks to integrated wing sole wraps. Breathable mesh tongue. Polyethelene mid-sole provides support and should last through several re-sole jobs. Heel v-notch reduces pressure in Achilles area. Rubber outsole good for indoors, natural rock, and outdoor holds.
May run a half-size small, but you want them moderately snug because they will stretch. Keep this in mind when ordering.
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Women’s rock climbing shoes deliver equal mixtures of comfort and durability. They will help you maintain a sturdy footing on the climbing surface. Whether you’re climbing in nature or on an artificial wall, the right shoes will improve your rate of success. Women’s rock climbing shoes are available in several different configurations. You can select from neutral, moderate, or aggressive styles of climbing shoes. Using a more aggressive sole on the shoe helps with tougher climbing conditions. But if you’ll also be doing a lot of walking, a neutral style of shoe is comfortable to wear for other activities. Some climbing shoes for women will have laces, while others use hook-and-loop tape straps. As long as the shoe is comfortable and fits snugly, you can pick whichever closure style that you prefer.
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