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evolv Shaman LV

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The Shaman LV from Evolv is the ultimate low volume climbing shoe for steep to overhanging climbing. Designed with the same concepts as the Shaman, it incorporates exclusive technologies, unique materials and a new last perfect for low volume feet.

- CampSaver.com

Looking for a more aggressive rock shoe for hard bouldering and vertical routes? We recommend checking out the Evolv Shaman LV. Designed by Chris Sharma, with the help of Lisa Rands and Emily Harrington, the Shaman LV has low-volume performance, with a toe and insole downward curve. This shape coupled with the Love Bump is aggressive enough to encourage good footwork, but not so downturned that it hinders edging and smearing. Microfiber lining in the forefoot for comfort and durability The Love Bump midsole puts your forefoot in a comfortable position of power and fills in the dead space under your toes The Knuckle Box works in combination with the Love Bump to provide room for your big toe knuckle to stay in a position of power Three opposing direction strap closures for a dialed-in fit and snug arch

- OMCgear

Lisa Rands and Emily Harrington helped Chris Sharma design the Evolv Women's Shaman LV Climbing Shoe. With three of the top names in the industry behind it, you know the Shaman LV packs some serious vert-grabbing power. Climbers with lower-volume feet can step right into the Shaman LV for a precision fit augmented by triple hook-and-loop straps. Two signature features combine for a specific and strong transfer of energy; the 'Love Bump' eliminates under-toe dead space, while the 'Knuckle Box' holds your big toe in a position of power.

- Backcountry.com