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Tomoa Narasaki


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Utsunomiya, Japan
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Tomoa Narasaki is a 19 year old from Utsunomiya, Japan. Tomoa started his climbing career with fellow Five Ten athlete Sachi Amma, in Sachi’s family climbing gym. Through his dedication to rock climbing, he has made a name for himself as a world champion athlete and has become a positive, community-focused athlete. His main focus is bouldering, with the Hiangle being his shoe of choice, for both the intense competition scene and the great outdoors.

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Tomoa Naraksaki Font 8B+ Flash  © shintaozawa

News Font 8B+ Flash for Tomoa Narasaki

Japanese climber Tomoa Narasaki, best known for his outstanding competition results, has joined a group of elite climbers who have flashed Font 8B+. The problem he flashed was called Decided in the Mizugaki area in Japan which was first climbed by...

Shauna Coxsey on her way to 3rd place.  © Daniel Gajda/IFSC
Shauna Coxsey on her way to 3rd place.  © Daniel Gajda/IFSC

News 2019 IFSC World Championships Hachioji - Boulder Report

IFSC commentator Charlie Boscoe reports from the first event of the 2019 IFSC World Championships in Hachioji, Japan...


Latest Reviews for Tomoa's Sponsors

Reviews from the UKC editorial team

LV shoes group test  © UKC Gear

Performance Rock Shoes - Women's/LV Fit

In this group test we compare nine pairs of performance shoes with a women's / low volume fit. How did they all do...?

Approach shoes group test   © UKC Gear
Approach shoes group test   © UKC Gear

Approach Shoes

Whether you're approaching a mountain crag or out on a scramble or via ferrata, an approach shoe will be lighter and more nimble than a boot, yet more supportive and technically capable than a running shoe. In this group test we check out ten models from big brands.

Entries within the Performance Rock Shoe Group Test  © UKC Gear
Entries within the Performance Rock Shoe Group Test  © UKC Gear

Performance Rock Shoes

'Performance' is a huge category, so with UK sport climbing in mind we've narrowed the focus of this review to down-turned, supportive shoes with a good edge. How did they all do?

The Quantum VCS in action on Black Rhino  © Rob Greenwood
The Quantum VCS in action on Black Rhino  © Rob Greenwood

Five Ten Quantum VCS

This stiff down-turned velcro shoe gives a lot of power in the toe and heel whilst maintaining good levels of support. It is surprisingly...

Guide Tennie montage  © Dan Bailey
Guide Tennie montage  © Dan Bailey

Five Ten Guide Tennie

The latest version of this popular approach shoe climbs like a dream, says Martin McKenna, and it rocks on long scrambles too. But keep it...

The Anasazi Pro is still a great choice for Gritstone  © Nick Brown
The Anasazi Pro is still a great choice for Gritstone  © Nick Brown

Five Ten Anasazi Pro

Go to any busy crag or wall and you'll probably see a pair of Anasazis. As a versatile and comfy shoe they are popular with good reason. With...

Gambits on grit  © Charlie Low
Gambits on grit  © Charlie Low

Five Ten Gambit

Bridging the gap between Five Ten's relaxed Rogue line and the more technical Anasazi, the Gambit offers both long route comfort and mid-grade...


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Hiangle  © Five Ten

The New Five Ten Hiangle - an update of a classic

Built on the same last as the previous Hiangle, these shoes are built for high-precision footwork and feature an unlined microfiber build for unmatched shape retention, easy break-in and comfort.

CRAWE Profile  © Five Ten
CRAWE Profile  © Five Ten

Five Ten CRAWE

Designed in collaboration with Swiss bouldering legend Fred Nicole for technical bouldering or sport routes, these climbing shoes feature a next-generation design

Free Hiker Product 1  © adidas Terrex
Free Hiker Product 1  © adidas Terrex

adidas Terrex FREE HIKER Parley

These lightweight hiking shoes deliver freedom of movement and long-distance comfort for all terrains. The sock-like adidas Primeknit upper conforms to the foot and complements the responsive Boost midsole for extended comfort and energy return.

OutDoor 2019 - Footwear  © UKC
OutDoor 2019 - Footwear  © UKC

OutDoor 2019 - New Climbing Shoes and Footwear

We're just back from the annual summer gear-fest that is the OutDoor trade show. As Europe sweltered in the...

Guide Tennie action 2  © Five Ten
Guide Tennie action 2  © Five Ten

Five Ten Guide Tennies

The new Guide Tennie offers a refined classic fit and the unparalleled sticky rubber, it blends comfort and climbability to every...

Asym - Men's   © Five Ten
Asym - Men's   © Five Ten

Five Ten Asym VCS (Men's and Women's)

For beginners seeking performance and advanced climbers looking for comfort, these shoes offer versatility for sport...

Five Tennie  © Five Ten
Five Tennie  © Five Ten

Five Ten Five Tennie

1985 Five Ten released the first approach shoe, the Five Tennie. Designed to be a tennis shoe that could climb 5.10 this award winning...


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