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Description of Evolv Elektra VTR Shoes - WomensThe electrifying Evolv Elektra VTR Climbing Shoe is Evolvs best selling womens model. Relish a low volume toe box, arch, and heel that heighten performance and elevate comfort during your vertical travels. FeaturesVery comfortable design and soft midsoleQuilted nylon lining has a bedroom slipper feelGreat for gym climbing, light sport, and boulderingMedium perforated upper for added breathabilityMolded logo on heel randVTR3D rand system

- US Outdoor Store

Ideal for beginner and intermediate climbers, the Elektra VTR Climbing Shoes are built for comfort and high performance in the gym and on the rock. The perforated Synthratek upper is breathable and sturdy, while TRAX(R) high friction rubber soles provide the grip you need for climbing.. . Upper: synthetic (perforated Synthratek upper). Lining: Nylon (comfortable and plush). Midsole: MX-P: 1mm sensitive half-length. Sole: 4.2mm TRAX(R) high friction rubber. Rand: VTR rand (thicker front toe area). For women and men with low-volume feet. Plush, slipper-like comfort. Convenient hook and loop closure. Profile: Asymmetrical. Weight: 6.6 oz 1/2 pair size 7 women's.


Whether you're new to the sport or a seasoned pro, the women's evolv Elektra VTR rock shoes give your feet the comfort and performance needed to master most styles of climbing.


Just like the original Elektra, but twice as protective, Evolv's Elektra VTR3D adds a new level of protection to an already comfortable technical shoe with VTR technology in the rand to prevent toe bulge. You get all of your favorites as well including a durable, TRAX rubber sole, a perforated, breathable upper, and a soft, quilted nylon lining.

- Mountain Gear

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