/ REVIEW: Tenaya Mundaka

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You can see the flexion in the forefoot The Mundaka is an extremely soft rock shoe designed to give a close, glove-like fit. They are so soft that they prompt Theo Moore to ask the question 'how soft is too soft...?'

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Durbs 23 Aug 2019
In reply to UKC Gear:

Any idea how the fit compares to the Oasi? I've had a pair of them for ages and they fit great, so if these are the same would make a great grit shoe...

abbeyd 24 Aug 2019
In reply to UKC Gear:

anyone know the limestone bouldering crag he is climbing at?

petegunn 24 Aug 2019
In reply to Durbs:

Out of the 3 different ones I've tried (Oasi and Iati) the Mundaka's imo are the better shoe, all 3 fit well though and seem to fit my feet a bit like the old 5.10s used too. My feet don't seem to fit well in sportivas (something to do with the big toe!?).

Mick B 26 Aug 2019
In reply to abbeyd:

> anyone know the limestone bouldering crag he is climbing at?

Looks a bit like Shining Cliff above Matlock?

Crag S

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Southvillain 27 Aug 2019
In reply to Durbs:

> Any idea how the fit compares to the Oasi? I've had a pair of them for ages and they fit great, so if these are the same would make a great grit shoe...


I previously had a pair of the Iati's (similar fit to the Oasi?) and, whilst I loved them, they were a bit too narrow for me. So when Tenaya described the Mundaka's as their widest shoe yet I bought a pair. And they were right; a perfect fit for me. Now on my second pair. And the other bonus for me is that my second toe is bigger than my `big' toe, which makes lots of really asymmetric shoes unbearable, but the Mundakas are fine. I also love the internal lyrca sock/tongue - just makes them mould to your feet. And I've never had a problem with the lacing system. All-in-all the perfect (indoor) shoe for me; sticky and soft. Whatever you put it on, it stays on. 

In reply to abbeyd:

It is indeed  Crag S as Mick says. Great little crag, perfect for an evening or short session and a nice compliment to The P. On the walk up from Matlock you go past lots of houses with their own personal crags in their gardens!


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