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I found the Acro to have a welcome combination of front-pointing exactness and comfort... the shoes felt just as solid when smearing against opposing tufa features thanks in part to their ample flex and sensitivity. View more

 7 prices   $62 →160


A superb and incredibly precise performer. A good all round edge and smear and steep rock shoe. Not a slab master. View more

 7 prices   $87 →190


So iLL

Runner    $64

The Ozones are an excellent 'jack of all trades' shoe. They're stiff enough for edging, have enough flex for smearing, and whilst they are really comfortable they fit precisely enough for heel hooks and other technical shenanigans. View more

 3 prices   $74 →143


The low profile toe makes the Moccasyms best suited to crack climbing hand sized or bigger at Indian Creek, and once these shoes stretch out, they're nice for all day easy scrambles, or training in the gym. Their lack of stiffness and support will make your toes strong.  View more

 9 prices   $66 →125


They conformed like slippers on thin to hand-sized cracks, were aggressive like the Evolv Shaman for the steeps and provided much-needed support on micro edges and small pockets. View more

 4 prices   $98 →185


At one point last year, I decided to count how many top ten finishers in the men's and women's bouldering world cup wore Five Ten Hiangles. Of the twenty top plastic pebble wrestlers in the IFSC world circuit, six were in Hiangles. That was by far the most popular shoe amongst the elite athletes. A couple months earlier, I picked up a pair for myself and I fell in love. View more

 7 prices   $82 →150



Agro    $98

It is a real boss when it comes to overhanging climbing and is a must have for anyone who specializes in toe hooks or engaging steep bouldering/sport climbing terrain. View more

 5 prices   $98 →175


The edging power is spot on. It might not be the best slab shoe, but I’ve not had any problems there either. For hard bouldering or sport on small footholds: an absolute beast! View more

 4 prices   $107 →190



Stix    $84


Oasi    $104

The Oasi performs really well on steep ground, with the softer sole really allowing you to pull your weight in onto your feet, even on smaller foot holds. View more

 6 prices   $104 →180


For those who want to test the waters of steep climbing, without going straight to a soft shoe, the Hiangle is the answer. Moderately stiff, the supportive midsole means you can stand on small holds with ease. View more

 5 prices   $96 →165



Mutant    $88

Even with a single quick close Velcro strap, I have no trust issues with smearing and small foot holds. I know when my foot cranks down, the Mutant will remain tight, secure, and in place. View more

 4 prices   $88 →150


A high performance tool that is geared toward sending steep routes with small, smeary foot holds that you really need to be able to feel underfoot to stand on confidently. View more

 5 prices   $120 →199


The La Sportiva Testarossa 2.0 is a great sport climbing and bouldering shoe for terrain requiring edging, pocket stabbing, and pulling the hips in. And the updated heel rectifies the main weakness of the original. View more

 5 prices   $120 →199


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