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... for long days on multi-pitches, or for users who just prefer a bit of comfort in a hard wearing rock shoe, the Momentum is well worth considering. View more

 21 prices   $73 →95


     





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

 18 prices   $111 →180


     



They have live up to their reputation as 'edging machines', without forfeiting performance on crack and slab. View more

 18 prices   $109 →165


     



Undoubtedly one of the best traditional climbing shoes I have ever worn. They are comfortable, offer great protection while jamming and edge powerfully. View more

 17 prices   $185 →190


       









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

 16 prices   $113 →195


     









Scarpa

Origin    $86





Whether I was pumping out limestone sport pitches, or dicing my way up sandstone slabs, or heel- and toe-hooking sandy boulder problems at Joe’s Valley, I was impressed with the shoe’s edging power. Small dishes, smears, pockets, and nubbins were no problem. View more

 14 prices   $110 →180


       



... the Otaki is well suited towards hanging around on small holds/edges (i.e. trad climbing) or using even smaller edges to move quickly and efficiently upwards to the lower-off (i.e. sport climbing). The stiffness and support that the boot offers makes it quite versatile, particularly for the UK climber, as it is well suited towards a wide variety of different angles from edgy slabs, through vertical walls, to gently overhanging terrain. View more

 14 prices   $104 →180


     



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

 14 prices   $105 →185


       



Evolv

Kira    $71

Whether you climb in the gym or outside, the Kira is a solid all-around shoe that won’t let you down. It’s a good intermediate shoe (in price and performance) that’s a step up from an absolute all-around, like the Evolv Elektra, but is far less aggressive than the Evolv Shaman. View more

 14 prices   $71 →130


       



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

 14 prices   $106 →185


     










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