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Break in climbing shoes

Break in climbing shoes


One of the worst parts of rock climbing can be breaking in a new pair of shoes. Often, climbing shoes can be so painful that taking them off after each route or boulder problem becomes a requirement. Part of this stems from the old-school mentality that climbing shoes have to fit tighter than a crab’s ass. This really isn’t true, and finding a shoe that fits your foot correctly…


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Five Ten climbing shoes

Five Ten climbing shoes


Bringing the same tension, support, comfort and performance, the Anasazi LV is a more low-volume version of our popular Anasazi VCS. The Anasazi’s finely tuned heel cup and asymmetric toe shape combined with a more narrow fit make these the among world’s top-performing edging shoes. A dual Velcro closure system and split-tongue design provides the Anasazi LV with easy-on/easy-off…


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