Climb X Technician Rock Shoes: £75The Technician shoe is available in a lace-up or velcro version and is packed with features to help you in your ongoing fight against gravity. Utilising synthetic uppers and lined with anti-microbial hemp, the shoe offers precision, reliability and control.
A double cross slingshot rand creates a tensioned platform for enhanced climbing support and 'power upper' toe caps are molded from sticky X Factor rubber so you can grab and hook when the going gets steep. Built on a narrow, asymmetric flat last.
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