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Like to climb non-stop? Precision, comfort, and grip on small holds are the features of this shoe.
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GripVibram® XS grip outsole Toe and heel grip for hooking.
PrecisionSlightly asymmetrical, cambered shape and pointed toe for excellent precision.
RigidityStiff sole. Tension strap under the foot for improved reactivity.
Easy dressingLace up fastening help to adjust tension.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Informations

For intermediate climbers, we recommend choosing a shoe 1 to 2 sizes smaller than your normal size. For advanced climbers, we recommend choosing a shoe 2 to 3 sizes smaller than your normal size.
Asymmetry, offset towards the big toe: this shape gives you great grip on small holds at the expense of some comfort (especially for those with a flame foot shape) Shape suited to technical climbing.
Midsole and outsole: XS GRIP Vibram® rubber, excellent grip and resistance to wear.
Information / Concept / Technology
Outer sole of : 100.0% Rubber - Synthetic Upper of : 100.0% Polyurethane (PU) Lining and sock of : 40.0% Leather - Bovine - Split, Lining and sock of : 30.0% Polyester (PES), Lining and sock of : 30.0% Polyurethane (PU)

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Test Product
Designed by our teams in the Chamonix valley (France) at the foot of Mont Blanc. Our technical partners test them in the field to validate product claims.

Stockage Tips
Avoid heat (cars in summer, proximity to a heat source) and humidity. Choose a cool, dry place.


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Very good shoe let down by the heel design
Used for 3 to 6 months
I normally wear 43 and I bought these in 42. Sizing is quite small I'd say. I was impressed how comfortable these are from the day 1 esp compared with shoes I used before (miuras).

After 6 months of 4x a week indoor bouldering the shoes are as tight as they were (no stretch) also they keept their shape very well. Construction is solid and there's plenty rubber left, perhaps enough for another 6 months.

Would I buy these again? Unfortunately no. A huge let down for me is the heel design. Altough in general the shoe is very narrow, heel is both wide and "pointy" . Somehow it still does work with heel hooks etc but doesn't my feet as it should. Another weird thing with the heel design is the "diagonal" bit of rubber that suppose to push the feet forward - it is way too tight and even tho my fingers are already painfully curled in it somehow till pushes my feet to the front, resulting in pointy bottom of heel rubber actually not touching my heel.

Make the heel narrower and relax the diagonal rubber band a little. This will make it perfect!
Me han sorprendido
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Son un pie de gato muy bueno calidad/precio.
Podrían competir con otros de gama top con un par de cambios. Yo los uso para escalada en bloque (con ellos he probado hasta 7C+ y no respondieron bien.

-comodos (uso 3 tallas menos)
-precisos y potentes (concentran muy bien la fuerza aunque no son super agresivos).
-cordones (ayudan a tener un mejor encaje para pies con un volumen bajo).
-el Performa shape es un avance tecnológico para simond muy notable.

-les falta un pelín de sensibilidad para techos (aunque es un pie de gato que va ganando sensibilidad con el tiempo, paciencia en las primeras sesiones con ellos).
-el talón no está a la altura del resto del producto (faltaría acabar de recubrirlo de goma como en los rock o los vertika. Esto en deportiva no dará problema hasta grados muy altos)PD: yo les he puesto caucho líquido a los míos para no romper el cuero al usar empeines en roca.
-les falta goma en la puntera para empeines aunque siga sin ser un pie de gato enfocado a esto. (Para ello habría que desplazar un poco la cordonera como observamos en modelos como el chimera de Scarpa).

Os ánimo a probar estos pies ya que son un buen todoterreno a un precio bueno. Depende de la talla vas a tener un pie o muy cómodo o muy agresivo.
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