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Supra    $106

The Supra is a quality work-horse sport-climbing shoe. The shape of the shoe focuses support towards the front of the inside edge, which makes the Supra feel precise when working with the front of your toes, like you would with pockets or edges of a certain shape and orientation. View more

 6 prices   $106 →150


So iLL

Runner    $64

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

 6 prices   $98 →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

 6 prices   $133 →185



X1    $97

These soft shoes are very sensitive, adding some versatility to such an aggressive shoe. If you haven't sized them painfully tight, you won't be totally out of luck when the climbing gets low angle and techy. They aren't as sensitive as the mega soft Scarpa Dragos, but we prefer a little more support for all the granite climbing in our Eastern Sierra testing zone. The Trax SAS rubber is super soft and sticking. Curiously, all the cat hair in our lead tester's house stuck to 4.2mm of rubber on the bottom of these shoes. View more

 5 prices   $97 →145


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

 5 prices   $115 →185



Ozone    $94

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

 5 prices   $94 →143


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

 5 prices   $109 →190



Stix    $80


Satori    $70


Satori    $97

... a secret weapon which excel at poor footholds on steep ground, although this comes at a sacrifice of performance on other angles. View more

 4 prices   $97 →160



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


Comfort on easy climbs is where this shoe shines. The Gripit performed well for young climbers but did have some shortcomings in the performance department. Our testers had trouble on slabs and cracks, as well as edging. The soft sole, while super comfy, just doesn't have the structure needed for most climbers to use on technical terrain. View more

 4 prices   $65 →82



Addict    $72

The Addict is a great all around shoe that really stretches and forms to the climbers feet. Consistent tension from the toe to heel make the Addict a great vertical and slab climbing shoe. View more

 4 prices   $72 →99


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