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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The lightweight Patagonia Men's Splice Approach Shoe gets you to and from climbing crags without a problem. Its canvas upper provides the breathability, suede leather keeps this shoe together for many approaches, and Dri-Lex mesh covers the tongue and collar for extra airflow. The self-centering tongue keeps debris out, stays put, and wraps your foot for extended comfort. Patagonia also gave this shoe a cushy EVA footbed with an odor-resistant Aegis Microbe Shield treatment, a dual-density EVA midsole for support, a sticky rubber sole for traction, and rubber bumpers at the toe and heel to protect your foot from the trail.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Taking on the bouldering problem Love Cats for a first date is a promising start?keep the approach light with the versatile Splice. The shoe?s suede leather/canvas upper provides moderate protection while scrambling. Ventilated Dri-Lex(R) air-mesh collar and tongue lining wick moisture. Traditional lacing offers comfort during descents and off-the-rock wear. A self-centering tongue wraps the foot, stays put and keeps out debris. The rubber toe bumper and heel provide durable protection. A recycled EVA anatomical footbed with Aegis Microbe Shield(R) and a recycled dual-density, die-cut EVA midsole lend support underfoot. With an extra-sticky rubber sole, which provides excellent grip and durability on varied surfaces.

- Patagonia.com refers to the men's version

Patagonia Splice

previously retailed for:
$50.00 - $100.00

The Patagonia Splice is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 14, 2015 at Backcountry.com.

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