WINNER: Win a pair of Tenaya Oasi Rockshoes

by Beta Climbing Designs Dec/2013
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This competition has closed. The winner was jonhillyer.


+Tenaya Oasi Performance Rock Shoe, 216 kb

Oasi are the favourite shoes of Alex Megos, Tenaya sponsored climber. Designed to achieve the highest levels of performance, the Oasi is exceptionally comfortable yet offers incredible precision and responsiveness, making climbing feel easier and more intuitive. 

Tenaya's team of engineers and designers have been working on the Oasi project for two years, searching for the perfect rock shoe for extreme climbing. Now it is available in the UK at selected specialist climbing stores. 

The video below shows Alex Megos, wearing Tenaya Oasi rocks shoes, making the first ascent of Wheelchair in the Hollow Mountain Cave (Australia), probably the most difficult climb on the continent. Given a sport grade of 9a+. Check out his amazing footwork using heel and toe hooks to maximum effect.

To enter the competition to win a pair of these beautiful shoes, just answer the question below:

This competition has now closed.

  • This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
  • Competition closes on 15th December 2013 at 09.00 GMT.
  • The winners will be notified by email.
  • Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.

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