Mad Rock Frenzy EZ

Retailers' Descriptions

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Frenzy EZ uses its three die-cut straps for rapid exit and maximum adjustability.


Mad Rock designed the Frenzy EZ to provide a consistent feel. The molded sole extends from the toe to the back of your heel, so you know exactly what to expect no matter what part of your foot touches the rock. The Frenzy EZ's three rip-and-stick straps eliminate pressure points and allow you dial in the fit of your shoe to a ridiculous degree. The dual Mad Rubber toe rand creates essential smear for edging and prolongs the life of the shoe. Mad Rock added a gusseted tongue, padded cuff, and padded lining for a fit that feels like a foot massage. EVA foam absorbs shock when you contact the wall during rappels, and an antimicrobial treatment helps keep your hooves from smelling like a barnyard after a day on the limestone.

- Backcountry Outlet

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mad Rock Frenzy EZ Climbing Shoe (Spring 2008) The Mad Rock Frenzy EZ Shoe uses its three die-cut straps for rapid exit and maximum adjustability. Our toe box features a dual rand for durability and a roomy, secure fit. The molded sole runs from the toe to the back of the heel for consistent feel no matter how it contacts the rock. EVA foam offers a great landing platform for those drops. The X-Static liner distributes the temperature evenly and eliminates hot and cold spots on your feet, while the antimicrobial fabric keeps the stink out of your step. All day and all-conquering, Frenzy EZ is happy to tag along on any route.

- Moosejaw

Mad Rock Frenzy EZ


The Frenzy EZ has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.97 - $59.97

The Mad Rock Frenzy EZ is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2010 at

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