While the unisex version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Gymbo. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Free Shipping. Montrail Gymbo Climbing Shoe (Spring 2008) The Gymbo by Montrail is for climbers looking for a low-priced slipper. The Velcro closure system, wide opening, and padded tongue make it easy to fit.Weight: 7 oz./213 g. (size 39) Stick Gryptonite GC for durability - Sticks to polished slopers and micro edges - Highly sensitive Fit Like only leather fits Forgiving construction Fits all foot types Easy on easy off Design Ultralight Ultra comfortable Minimalist Supportive for edging Soft for smearing Animal Gym sessions Bouldering Training Fast and light expeditions Home woody walls

- Moosejaw

Priced and built right for entry-level climbers, the Montrail Gymbo Climbing Shoe offers exceptional value in a well-made and highly reliable design. The all-leather upper has a simplified tongue and easy strap closure for quick adjustments. It's everything new climbers need for easy to moderate rock and gym walls.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Gymbo Rock Shoe by Montrail is an exceptionally well-made and great-fitting shoe for entry-level climbers, gym rentals, demos, and training programs. The all-leather construction and simple strap closure make it easy to put on and adjust. This excellent performer for easy to moderate climbing was designed specifically for a diverse population.

- ClimbingGear

Montrail Gymbo

Discontinued

The Unisex Gymbo has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$11.25 - $59.95

The Montrail Gymbo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 8, 2010 at Moosejaw.

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