Millet Hybrid

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Description Of Millet Hybrid Climbing Shoe The Hyrid climbing shoe from Millet, is all purpose for varied practice, with rising difficulty capability. At home for every adventure. Theseshoes are the ultimate in comfort, they are presice and suit all feet. FeaturesUltra-robust leatherUnlined upperPadded tongue for comfortExtra Toe Pad for reinforcementStraight, symmetrical shapePadded collarSymmetrical triple velcro closure for high efficiencyInner reinforcement for foot supportMILLET 4PointGrip rubber sole. Average weight 12 pair 260 grs

- US Outdoor Store

When you re as likely to be found bouldering in the gym as you are cranking multi-pitch crack lines, there is the Millet Hybrid Climbing Shoe. This versatile shoe features an unlined leather upper, padded ankle collar, and a padded tongue for all-day comfort, and the precision toe with toe pad reinforcements helps with technical edging and locking into splitter cracks. The super-sticky 4PointGrip rubber sole not only sticks to even the most micro holds, but its high-molecular design makes for slower wear and tear.Product FeaturesMaterial: , suede leather; [lining], unlinedSole: 4PointGrip rubberLast: slipFootbed:Lacing: hook-and-loopAsymmetrical Curvature: lowWeight:Recommended Use: bouldering, sport, trad, gymcloseout

- Second Ascent

The incredibly veratile Millet Hybrid Climbing Shoe features an unlined leather upper, padded ankle collar, and a padded tongue for all-day comfort. The super-sticky 4PointGrip rubber sole not only sticks to even the most micro holds, but its high-molecular design makes for slower wear and tear. Whatever your project, the Hybrid Climbing Shoe has you covered.

- Backcountry.com

Millet Men's Hybrid

previously retailed for:
$59.95 - $104.90

The Millet Men's Hybrid is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 10, 2013 at Second Ascent.

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