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rated 4 of 5 stars This is a great casual shoe that also does quite well on the approach. It is very comfortable to wear all day, and very lightweight on harness or in the pack. I have used this shoe for two summers in Europe and for everyday casual use for two years. In that time I have gone through two pairs. I got this shoe to replace Sanuks, my previous casual shoes which the sole came off of in Vidin province of Bulgaria (ie the poorest/most remote/least industrialized region of the poorest/least industrialized… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent for the price. If you are new to this sport, this shoe is perfect. Not that it is bad for others, but if you don't know what you like yet, this one is a great choice. Full review


rated 2 of 5 stars I owned this shoe for a year. After a month, the rubber along the side of the big toe began to delaminate. Not long after, the sole began to delam in the heel as well. The suede uppers were bomber and the shoes were comfortable for long approaches, but don't try to edge with these — the EVA is very thick in the toe. But all said, I paid $25 for them and I got what I paid for.  Full review

Talon G2

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have had this shoe a short time and have absolutely loved it so far, baring some only minor setbacks. The rand is great for toe hooks and the treaded heel has made for some wonderful heel hooks. The fairly stiff midsole is great for control of the feet and so far the rubber has been extra sticky. The only downside is that my wide feet sometimes make them a tad tighter than should be. After about 30 minutes I need to take them off for a few minutes since they make my pinky toe a little numb, and… Full review


rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great beginner shoe. First off the fit. I went with my street size although many go a half size down and be pretty comfortable with it. This is a full synthetic shoe with a nylon mesh liner it will not stretch like a traditional leather shoe, you may get a half size stretch max but odds are it will be the material breaking in and getting softer as which makes it feel like its stretch as oppose to actually stretching. This shoe is a pretty decent beginner to intermediate shoe that does everything… Full review

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