|Red Chili Urban Climber shoe - instore now £69.99
£69.99, added Feb/2010, see all Red Chili news & reviews
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Happy grinding out the vertical (kilo)metres but sick of wearing out your shoes in no time at all? Is the rock gym hotter than the sauna next door? Want a shoe tough enough to go the distance that climbs better than a lumberjack's boot? Got to look cool too? You need the Urban Climber because this stylin' new shoe is a cool solution to this age old problem...
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The first Chili shoe to aim indoors, the UC sports a burly build and seals the deal with a double toe rand to reinforce the most valuable workspace. With perforated leather to let off steam(!) and giving the sole less roll! The styling new look and killer fit are topped off with cool, core Chili features like wide twin VCR straps, true slingshot heel and RX1 rubber.
And a bonus with the Urban Climber, for those guys who want to escape the gym, is that the Impact Zone heel and ultra sticky sole give it endless urban boulder potential and make it a street runner too...
Technical enough to send hard while taking the punishment of endless training laps the UC's for you, the hardcore inside dweller, the winter warrior, AKA the Urban Climber.
- Impact Zone heel
- Perforated leather for breathability
- Double stitched toe cap with a wear indicator
- Extra high and abrasion resistant rubber rim all around the sole in eco green
- Double VCR straps
- 5mm Red Chili RX1 rubber
- Cool stylish looks
- 'One-pull' loop
- Slingshot heel
- Colour: Green / Orange
- Sizing: UK 3 - 12, US 4 - 13
The Urban Climber features Red Chili's exclusive and innovative Impact Zone. This is a subtle, bonus layer of impact absorbing foam hidden in the heel of the shoe to give a cushioned landing. So for bouldering indoors & out or just walking off the crag it's proved to be a great way of having a more comfortable day out without sacrificing performance.
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