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CLIMBING SHOES VERTIKA RIP-TAB

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CLIMBING SHOES VERTIKA RIP-TAB

$100.00
1 reviews
1 of 1 people recommends this product
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Along with our expert climbers, our design team developed this shoe for performance especially on big wall and small holds.

BENEFITS

User comfort

Shaped to envelop the foot. 2 rip-tabs to adjust the hold.

Rigidity

Moderately rigid sole, to reduce foot fatigue from holds

Precision

Slightly asymmetrical shape and pointed toe for improved precision

Grip

Vibram® XS grip outsole. Top and heel grip for hooking.

Easy to put on / take off

Easy off-and-on with two hook-and-loop strips.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

SHOE SHAPE

Slight asymmetry, offset towards the big toe: this shape gives you great grip on small holds at the expense of some comfort (especially for those with a flame foot shape)
Shape suited to technical climbing.

SOLE

Midsole and outsole: XS GRIP Vibram® rubber, excellent grip and resistance to wear.

UPPER

breathable lorica® synthetic leather (flexible and precise) in forefoot areas, leather upper. Fastens with two rip-tabs.

SIZING RECOMMENDATIONS

If you are a climber working to improve your skills, you can buy them tighter (1/2 -1 size below normal, for example), but it's important they don't hurt, so that your foot can develop mobility, proprioception, and strength.
If you are an advanced climber, we suggest you take the time to try different sizes (1 to 2 sizes below normal) to find the best compromise between comfort and compression for more force when pushing off.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Our first tip is to never machine wash your shoes. Thermal and mechanical pressure could damage them. We recommend that you wash them by hand, either with a sponge soaked in clean water or with a sponge soaked in soapy water (Marseille soap), being sure to air-dry them at a stable temperate and avoid drying them on a radiator or in full sunlight. We recommend washing them regularly to increase the life span of the shoes.

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4/5 1 review
1 of 1 people recommends this product
Brilliant pair of first time climbing shoes!
Henry (United Kingdom) Used for 8 to 12 months Verified purchase What is a "Verified purchase"?

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Firstly, I want to start by acknowledging that the reviews on here are quite misleading - so you’re probably reading this after a hard time of sifting through a lot of ambiguity. So I’ll do you a favour and try and keep this to the point.

I’m going to cut to the chase and say I think these are a great pair of climbing shoes. Are they the best out there? No. Could they be better? Absolutely. Should you get these if you’re an experienced, well versed climber looking to accomplish more challenging climbs? No - go for something more expensive which will give you better quality.

However, if you’re a beginner climber, who’s looking to expand into the hobby, like I was when I purchased these shoes (nearly a year ago now and they are still going strong), these will be absolutely perfect for you. They get the job done and are a damn sight better and more comfortable than the rentals you’ll find at climbing centres. Additionally, they are good value for money and it really works out if you plan to climb regularly.

Obviously after a year of frequent bouldering, there has been wear and tear, but these have served me well. Even after pushing them further than they’re designed to go in terms of climbing intensity, the shape still holds well and they still feel good and maintain their grip. I have enjoyed them throughly and I’ll definitely miss them when I upgrade to a more expensive pair, but I would definitely recommend these if you are new to the sport and just want a decent pair of shoes for a good price. All in all, they are great pair of shoes and work well for beginners, but maybe look at something more expensive if you’re experienced and looking to push yourself.
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