Evolv Hera - womans specific climbing shoetba, added Feb/2008, see all Evolv news & reviews
announcement by Evolv
Beyond Hope, Feb 2008
The microfiber lining is one of our favorite materials for feeling great on the skin and comfortable with minimal stretch. The perforated and breathable, sky blue color uppers will keep you cool in the sun. We equipped it with an extended toe rand that is functional for toe-hooking without feeling excessive and the tri-grooves relieves pressure off the big toe. The HERA is a versatile, all-around bouldering, sport climbing and competition climbing shoe for women.
- PROFILE: Women's asymmetrical toe profile (KWA-1 last)
- SOLE:4.2 mm TRAX® XT-5 high friction rubber
- RAND: 2.2mm TRAX® duro-rand
- UPPER:Non-stretch Synthratek synthetic upper
- LINING:Microfiber lining
- MIDSOLE:MX-1 1mm sensitive teardrop half-length midsole
Support the HERA Women's Cancer Foundation with the purchase of this shoe! 1% of all sales on this model will be donated to the HERA Foundation.
About Evolv Evolv is a U.S.-based climbing footwear company dedicated to creating cutting-edge performance climbing shoes and high traction footwear of the highest quality and providing unique and innovative products and services to the climbing community. Our climbing shoes are assembed in U.S.A.
In the UK we sponsor Ben Bransby, Matt Birch, Audrey Seguy, Tom Peckitt, Tim Lloyd and Dave Barrans. In the USA Lisa Rands, Chris Sharma and Chris Lindner are part of our team.
We take pride in our world-class research and development team that thoughtfully designs innovative products and continuously improves on our existing models.
We strive to meet the unique needs of climbers and offer special services and products.
We also offer the most "vegan-friendly" synthetic climbing shoe models out of any climbing shoe company in the world.
Evolv website: www.evolvesports.com
Distributed in the UK by Beyond Hope: www.beyondhope.co.uk
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