Garmont Sticky Lizard

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Free Shipping. Garmont Women's Sticky Lizard Shoe The SPECS for Upper Weight: 1/2 per pair: 474 gram 1.8 mm water repellent suede Extra resistant mesh Inserts Wide rubber toe bumper offers abrasion resitance and toe protecion Eyelet and web lace closure Heel Lock System ADD Construction PU Footbed: With antifungal, antibacterial, moisture and odor management properties The SPECS for Sole Bi-Density EVA Midsole provides lightweight cushioning and mid-foot stability Stabilizing PU Shank ensures heel area stability and mid foot control yet allows for walking flexibility in the forefoot area Vibram 973 Outsole: Sticky compound, great grip, dependable lug pattern Rubber Toe Bumper provides abrasion resistance for both the upper and midsole

- Moosejaw

The Sticky Lizard from Garmont is ideal for the climbing enthusiast looking for a technical yet versatile everyday shoe for approach, scrambling, and indoor climbing.

- EMS

The Garmont Sticky Lizard has a great fit and is very light. It features a technical last for climbers with great grip due to a new sticky rubber compound outsole. Extremely comfortable even for walking.

- CampSaver.com

CLOSEOUTS . Garmontand#39;s Sticky Lizard trail shoes are designed for technical scrambling, bouldering and climbing. A wide toe bumper provides excellent abrasion resistance, and the Vibramand#174; 973 outsole has a sticky rubber compound for improved grip. Available Colors: BAMBOO. Sizes: 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 14.

- Sierra Trading Post

Scramble through scree fields, tackle problems with the gym rats or rock it as an approach shoe, no matter what you do with it, the Garmont Men's Sticky Lizard Shoe keeps you glued to the vertical stuff. Garmont even gave this versatile beast ample support and cushioning for days when you stay a little more horizontal (we know they're few and far between).

- Backcountry.com