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Kintaro

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Supper comfortable aggressive climbing shoe. Amazingly sticky rubber (these shoes literally stick together). The new V2 Rand system keeps an aggressive fit forcing the toe forward and keeping heels tight for heel hooking. After ten years of climbing and trying to find a shoe that performed at the highest level, while maintaining a comfortable fit, I have come full circle to the inventors of sticky rubber. The heel cup fits my narrow heel with no dead space. The forefoot knuckles the toes into a… Full review

Super Latok

rated 5 of 5 stars These boots are great for mixed conditions and feel equally good with crampons. Nice grip and tough as nails. I have had zero problems with this boot. Full review

Crux

rated 5 of 5 stars I love this shoe. Hard to maintain it though because I sweat a lot. :) Full review

G1 Lite

rated 5 of 5 stars Recently wore these boots on a trip to Russia climbing Mount Elbrus. The boots far exceded my expectations they were extremly comfortable. In fact by the end of my trip I ended up calling them my slippers as they were so comfy. Others in the group had a selection of Vegas and Spantiks, The Vegas caused a few people problems due to the rivet position at the ankle and everyone that wore them felt their feet slightly cold at about - 20°c. The Spantik boots held up to the cold well but after only a… Full review

Ace

rated 5 of 5 stars Great edging shoe but you want to wear it in a setting where you can take them off right after you climb. I feel I can climb better in these shoes due to what these shoes can do with tiny edges. Full review

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