evolv Hera

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Evolv not only created the Women's HERA Rock Shoes for top-notch performance, they also donate a portion of all sales to the HERA Women's Cancer Foundation. Lots of shoes can help you climb better, but these ones from Evolv may help you save lives. The HERA Rock Shoes' include ultra-grippy TRAX XT-5 rubber for supreme performance on tough sport climbs and techy boulder problems. They also include a soft, wicking microfiber lining to help your feet stay dry as you climb and minimizes stretch.

- Backcountry.com

Be a total rock goddess with the Hera rock shoe from Evolv that provides you with comfort without sacrificing technical capacity. Edge and smear with the extended toe rand protecting your digits while your feet stay cool in the sky blue, perforated and breathable uppers that absorb less of the sun's rays.

- Mountain Gear

Evolv Hera (Womens)The official shoe of the HERA Foundation. Our women's performance shoe comparable to the Pontas with a more technical fit and stiffer midsole than the Elektra.FeaturesNon-stretch, perforated upper for consistent performance and breathabilityExtended toe rand for toe hooking1% of all US sales go to the HERA FoundationSpecsPROFILE: Women's asymmetrical toe profile (KWA-1 last)SOLE: 4.2mm TRAX(R) XT-5 high friction rubberRAND: 2.2mm TRAX(R) duro-randUPPER: Non-stretch Synthratek synthetic upperLINING: Microfiber liningMIDSOLE: MX-P 1mm full-length midsole

- River Sports Outfitters

Evolv's HERA is a comfortable, women-specific performance shoe with a non-aggressive fit and supportive feel. Designed for women or anyone with narrow, low-volume feet. Versatile, all-around bouldering, sport climbing, and competition climbing shoe.

- EMS

evolv Hera

Discontinued

The Hera has been discontinued.

MSRP:
$110.00

The evolv Hera is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 2, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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