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. We found that toe box of the Agro generated a lot of power on overhanging terrain but had difficulty replicating this power on vertical terrain. The toe rand of the Agro was much more sensitive than it looked and provided both sensitivity and power on the rock.. we found that this shoe found a good balance between comfort and performance. Squamish Climbing Magazine

 5 prices   $98 →175

 EpicTV   $97.50

 Camp Saver   $122.50

 BananaFingers   $123.29

 Backcountry   $131.21

 Gear Coop   $175.00


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    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

     4 prices   $97 →145



    Addict    $65

    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

     3 prices   $65 →99


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