VIDEO: Evolv Defy Rock Shoes
£72, added Jun/2011, see all Evolv news & reviews
announcement by Evolv
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Our best selling men's model is a comfortable, great-fitting shoe that performs exceptionally well. To see just how well, we let loose our team climber Mat Birch with a video camera...

Features:

  • VTR3D rand system
  • Very comfortable, bedroom slipper feel and design
  • Soft midsole enables good smearing and sensitivity
  • Asymmetric toe profile allows good performance even for new climbers
  • Medium perforated upper for added breathability
  • Molded logo on heel rand

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+Evolv Defy, 77 kb

What is VTR Technology?

Variable Thickness Rand Technology is a new technology that features strategically varying thicknesses in the toe rand. The HW (High Wear) Zone will be engineered to be thicker and more durable than other areas of the rand which will not only enhance the toe box structure but prevent toe-bulge. (PATENT PENDING)

Advantages:

  • Prevents toe-bulge and maintains toe box structure
  • More durability in the HW (High Wear) Zone
  • Waste reduction during manufacturing process

For more information on VTR click here: www.evolvesports.com/vtr.htm

To see the latest from UK Evolv climbers, click here: http://climbersblogs.blogspot.com/

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For more information visit Evolv
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