evolv Elektra Lace

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Dazzle shocked onlookers with your super-heroine-esque acrobatics on the rock, your cape and Evolv Women's Elektra Lace Climbing Shoes shining in the sun. Well, the shoes anyway. Comfort is key with the Elektra's design, as evidenced by a nylon lining and leather footbed that provide a plush feel. With a classic and reliable lace-up fit, the Elektra sticks to low-volume feet as readily as its Trax rubber soles stick to the rock.

- Backcountry.com

For women and men with low-volume feetAdjustability and comfort of lace closure systemA leather footbed for increased tactile connection and moisture wickingDual layer upper enhances structure and supportPlush, bedroom slipper feel and comfortPerforated synthetic upperSoft and sensitive feel Specs: Profile: AsymmetricalUpper: Synthetic (perforated Synthratek upper)Lining: Nylon, leather footbedMidsole: MX-P: 1mm sensitive half-lengthSole: 4.2mm TRAX high friction rubberRand: VTR rand (thicker front toe area)Weight: 6.4 oz _ pair size 7 women'sColor: Violet, light greySizes: 3-11 US women's (including half sizes)

- River Sports Outfitters

All-day comfort, adjustability, and affordability, what more could you want. The Elektra Lace has a a synthetic upper with a leather footbed for superior moisture wicking and comfort. The laces give you complete control over your shoe fit so there is no need to take them on and off going between belaying and climbing.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Evolv Women's Elektra Lace Climbing Shoe FEATURES of the Evolv Women's Elektra Lace Climbing Shoe For women and men with low-volume feet Adjustability and comfort of lace closure system A leather foot bed for increased tactile connection and moisture wicking Plush, bedroom slipper comfort Soft and sensitive feel Perforated synthetic upper

- Moosejaw

evolv Elektra Lace


The evolv Elektra Lace is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 10, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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