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Incredibly versatile. I’ve used them on steep boulder problems in the gym, techy sandstone face climbs and steep thugfests. View more

 18 prices   $114 →180


     



The Solution is a surprisingly versatile shoe. Though they look like robot hawk talons designed to catch giant mutant squirrels from the future, they're actually pretty comfortable... When a pitch demands a few jams in a flair or a short crack section, the solutions are more than up to the task, excelling in finger cracks and flares thanks to their low toe profile. View more

 17 prices   $124 →180


     



I was surprised at how easily (and confidently) I could stand on small bumps and smears as I worked out the technical sequences. View more

 17 prices   $116 →195


     



From crack climbing to steep pockets, the Skwamas will keep you on your toes. Where they fall short is in precision edging and slabs... The Skwama holds the foot in an aggressive shape, without crunching toes or cutting into heels. On technical cracks, smeary feet, and pockets, the La Sportiva Skwamas really shine. Since they are so comfortable and easy to put on and take off, they also make for a great cragging shoe and bouldering shoe. View more

 16 prices   $124 →170


       



It is pointy with a high level of asymmetry (the shoe really emphasizes your big toe) meaning the toes can easily be placed precisely into pockets or onto small edges. All this combined with a down-turned toe means that you can grab edges and pockets with your toes and generate more force through them on steep ground. View more

 15 prices   $108 →185


       





It is one of the rare examples of a shoe that you could boulder in (both indoors and out), redpoint your hardest sport climb in, or head out for a day's trad mileage in. It can - and does - do everything very well. View more

 15 prices   $109 →185


     



The Solution is a surprisingly versatile shoe. Though they look like robot hawk talons designed to catch giant mutant squirrels from the future, they're actually pretty comfortable... When a pitch demands a few jams in a flair or a short crack section, the solutions are more than up to the task, excelling in finger cracks and flares thanks to their low toe profile. View more

 14 prices   $144 →180


       



As the weather conditions worsened, we spent a fair bit of climbing on Tonsai Roof which stayed mostly dry. Here is where the Shadows really come out into the light... View more

 14 prices   $130 →190


     



... provides stretch where you need it, support where it matters and all around exceptional breathability-meaning you can go hard at the gym without worrying about your feet overheating. The shoe’s last is downturned and based on our aggressive shape, making the Zone adept at pulling hard on steep rock or plastic. View more

 12 prices   $96 →140


       



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

 12 prices   $89 →165


       



The lack of an edge allows you to be much less precise with your feet and get away with it but prevents precision foot placement on edges. View more

 12 prices   $126 →185


     



... provides stretch where you need it, support where it matters and all around exceptional breathability-meaning you can go hard at the gym without worrying about your feet overheating. The shoe’s last is downturned and based on our aggressive shape, making the Zone adept at pulling hard on steep rock or plastic. View more

 11 prices   $105 →140


     



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

 11 prices   $124 →199


     



Their unique 'love bump' maintains the downturn over the life of the shoe and pushes your big toe forward. In the dark ages, the shoes that edged the best were the ones that fit the tightest. Those terrible days of foot binding torture are gone, and now cleverly designed midsoles, and love bumps allow you to stay snug in the front of the shoe without bone crushing pain. View more

 11 prices   $88 →160


     



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

 11 prices   $106 →160


     



Tenaya

Oasi    $98

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

 10 prices   $98 →175


     



Scarpa

Mago    $114

They edge like a boss, which finally is something you’d expect from them. They are very downturned, which drives an incredible amount of power into your toes. View more

 10 prices   $114 →195


     





The lack of an edge allows you to be much less precise with your feet and get away with it but prevents precision foot placement on edges. View more

 10 prices   $126 →185


       








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