Over the last few months, we have tested some of the best bouldering shoes currently on the market.
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Budget doesn’t necessarily mean poor quality when it comes to climbing shoes. Here, we look at some of the best shoes under $100.
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Good trad shoes are low-profile to fit in thin cracks, sturdy yet flexible, and give you support for all-day adventures.
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The Roman foot is defined by the three largest toes all the same length, which can be awkward when looking for climbing shoes.