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A padded sole and comfortable synthetic-lined upper make the La Sportiva Ventor Climbing Shoes a great pick for all-day trad routes or bouldering circuits. These La Sportiva shoes feature sticky FriXion RS soles that provide excellent edging performance. Mesh inserts in the leather upper enhance ventilation while you climb on hot mid-summer days. The Ventor Climbing Shoes' hook-and-loop closures allow you to take them off and put them on quickly, even at a hanging belay ten pitches up. Thanks to the well-padded sole, your feet won't even scream during the gully descent.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. La Sportiva Ventor Shoe (Spring 2006) The Ventor by La Sportiva is a ventilated comfortable all around shoe for long days on the wall, circuit bouldering, alpine routes with fourth class sections and routes with long technical descents.Features: Single layer ventilated mesh manages heat and keeps your dogs breathing Shock absorbing EVA heel wedge provides deluxe comfort and protection for long descents, easy terrain and highball bouldering 4mm Frixion RS traction sole with the perfect mix of dots, lugs and a huge forefoot edging platform P-Lux lining underfoot and Driolon lining in the heel manage moisture and keep stretch to a minimum Upper: Leather/Mesh Construction: Slip Lasted Last: RLN50 Lining: P-Lux (underfoot)/Driolon (heel only) Sole: 4mm FriXion RS with traction lugs and edging platform Midsole: 1.8mm full length Savium Weight: 20 oz.

- Moosejaw

La Sportiva Ventor


The Ventor has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$20.67 - $115.00

The La Sportiva Ventor is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 4, 2009 at Backcountry.com.

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