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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Testarossa La Sportiva
Testarossa

This is a shoe designed for advanced climbers who want an aggressive shoe but also the balance of more sensitivity in the toe box

£129.74 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Otaki Women's La Sportiva
Otaki Women's

Great technical shoe for all kinds of climbing.

£129.74 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Solution Woman La Sportiva
Solution Woman

La Sportiva Solution for Women. Designed specifically for overcoming whatever technical challenge a boulder/climb can present. This is the downturned performance rock shoe of the modern era.

£125.28 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Katana Lace La Sportiva
Katana Lace

La Sportiva's allround performance shoe. It has a slightly taught heel to give power to the toes and the lace gives a real precise fit across the front of the front of the foot.

£125.12 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Kataki La Sportiva
Kataki

La Sportiva's Kataki is an all-round-performance climbing shoe perfect for indoor and outdoor use. Ideal on long, varied climbs with both vertical slabs and overhangs.

£121.33 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Instinct VS Scarpa
Instinct VS

An improved slipper design based on the original Instinct. From high grade bouldering and sport climbing on improbably steep ground to stepping up slabs on edges no bigger than 5p piece this shoe will do it all...

£121.33 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Instinct VS-R Scarpa
Instinct VS-R

Scarpa Instinct VS-R is a great shoe for indoor, sport, and bouldering routes, with a softer rubber for better sensitivity.

£121.33 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Instinct VS Wmn Scarpa
Instinct VS Wmn

Technical climbing shoe with the best parts of a slipper and velcro closure.

£120.66 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Mundaka Tenaya
Mundaka

A balanced semi-aggressive soft climbing shoe for responsive climbing

£116.84 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Vapour V Wmns Scarpa
Vapour V Wmns

A low angled shoe good for all round climbing built around a women's specific last.

£116.83 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Maestro Mid Scarpa
Maestro Mid

Rock boot with ankle coverage for standing on small edges with enough flex for smearing for prolonged use on big routes and crack climbs.

£116.33 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Climbing Rockshoes Miura La Sportiva
Miura

A technical precision shoe for an all round climber

Rock Shoes


Our range of rock shoes has been chosen from the myriad of designs available from manufacturers worldwide. We have attempted to select a wide choice from the comfortable beginner's all-day shoe to the most foot-contorting technical choice for working near-impossible sport routes.  The whole range has been extensively and enthusiastically tested by staff both outside and on our little shop wall.

First pair of rockshoes: Many of our entry level and improver rock shoes are lace-up so that you can achieve a more tailored fit. They should be comfortable enough that you don't have to take them off between routes. The fit is by far the most important factor: the best rock shoes in the world are useless to you if they don't fit right, and what's best for you may not be your mate's favourite shoe. Buying rock shoes is definitely a hands-on experience- and there is a lot to consider with each shoe, for instance, some boots stretch more than others. We know our range intimately so drop us a line for fitting advice if you need it.

Mid Level/Training shoes: We have plenty of shoes for those who don’t want anything too aggressive but will perform well at regular wall/crag visits.

Top-end Technical shoes: Rock shoes for advanced climbers are built with some very specific ideas in mind. They generally have a fit that is very precise - so precise that some climbers might take their shoes off after every route or problem. There are three main ways that a shoe can become very technical.

1. Shoes can be very downturned (point towards the floor) in order to put lots of power and sensitivity through the toes. These are great on overhanging routes as the downturned shape allows grip on tiny holds even on steep terrain.

2. Being asymmetric allows the toes to get maximum power and sensitivity without being too uncomfortable.

3. Having a slingshot heel pushes the foot forward to allow great feeling and power through the toes again.

Kids Shoes: We have a few options available for Kids. The Red Chili Durango and the Boreal Ninja Junior all have Velcro fastening systems to make it easy for the kids to get them on and off. They also have nice tough rubber so that your little monkeys can’t wear them too quickly. All of our kid’s shoes allow for growth and are easy on young feet.

Please give us a call if you have any questions or pop in to try some shoes out on our shop demo wall.

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