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Features of the Hanwag Men's Rotpunkt Shoe Ultra-flexible lightweight Outsole Full-length shock absorber Rubber toe cap Leather lining EVA wedge sole Dual-rubber compound: Durable outside / cushioning inside Multifunctional tread pattern

- Moosejaw

Hanwag Footwear Rotpunkt Approach Shoe - Men's-Rubin/Bright Red-Medium-13.5 H13116. This lightweight comfortable rock shoe is ideal for simple boulders and approaches.

- CampSaver.com

For scoping out bouldering problems at the Happies and the Buttermilks, hiking down into Owens River Gorge or trekking to remote big walls in the Sierras, you can count on the Hanwag Rotpunkt Approach Shoes for men. These super durable approach shoes are perfect for hiking to and from the crag, scrambling over rocks and up slabby granite, as well as conquering easy boulder problems. They have burly leather and cordura uppers, breathable leather lining that molds to your foot over time, as well as climbing-style lacing that extends down to your toes for a precise fit. The full-length, rigid shank absorbs shock and provides added support, while the high-friction Vibram outsole grips rocky surfaces. A protective rubber rand delivers added grip and protection when you're sticking your foot into cracks, and the full-length shock absorber makes rugged hikes more comfortable.

- Altrec Outdoors

Lightweight and comfortable, the Hanwag Rotpunkt Approach Shoe takes on light bouldering and rocky approaches with ease. Built with nearly a century of German know-how, the Rotpunkt wraps your foot in a tough upper that's backed with smooth, breathable leather. Underfoot, a full-length shank offers excellent support and the sticky rubber Vibram sole gives you sure, goat-like footing.

- Backcountry.com