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There is little doubt about what these shoes were built for. The VCS is designed to crush the word of vertical – and less than vertical – climbing.
Soft enough for smearing, stiff enough to edge, combined with great toe jams and a precise big toe this is a great all-round shoe for beginners and advanced climbers alike.
The Blanco was the stiffest and most aggressive shoe in the popular, almost legendary, Anasazi line.
These are fast becoming my new favorite shoes for bouldering and steep sport climbing.
Boreal did not disappoint me with its new shoe design, it is an extremely high-performance shoe, ideally for hard sport climbing, bouldering, and pushing your limits to the max.
A legendary shoe in the world of steep and technical bouldering.
Although sport climbing is definitely where they excel most, they are also a great all-rounder.
This super-soft performance shoe allows you to feel every divot, bump and crack in the rock like no other high-performance shoe.
While Black Diamond is relatively new to the shoe game, they bring some pretty cool innovations to the table.
The Evolv Shaman 2 is a comfortable performance shoe that gives you the tools necessary to tackle the more vertically inclined routes.
The Ozone packs the punch of a performance shoe, just without the heavy price tag.
The king of soft shoes, precision and power have harmonised to form the Skwama. Designed to crush anything you can throw at them.
A leader in the No-Edge revolution, the Fututra has changed the way we think about climbing shoes.
Whether you’re in the gym, crushing your latest bouldering problem or edging on a dime, the Miura VS can do it all.
This all-around shoe has been around for a while now and is currently on its third iteration. While the Katana VCS’s been updated with some minor feature upgrades and a new colour palette, they mostly remain the same and are just as reliable as ever.
Butora may not be a household name just yet, but the Acro’s have some interesting features that compete with some of the best aggressive climbing shoes on the market.
Not only is it a top pick when it comes to climbing on edges, pockets and even smearing, but it’s also probably one of the best shoes on the market, period.
Though pricey, The Katanas are an investment that will pay for themselves in durability and versatility.
The shoe of choice for elite climbers, from Adam Ondra to Molly Thompson-Smith, has to be given the respect it deserves.
Five Ten Team The weapon of the discerning elite boulderer, 5.10 Teams aren’t for the faint-hearted. Read our full Five Ten Team review now![letsreview]Five Ten Team Review The 5.10 Team is a superlative shoe. An ultra-soft slipper style, but with a lightweight...
How do you update, and hopefully improve, one of the best all-rounder class climbing shoes on the market? That was the challenge facing Scarpa when they brought out the Instinct SR, the new slipper variant of the Instinct family of shoes.
The brainchild of Scarpa shoe genius Heinz Mariacher, the Chimera is described by them as “the pinnacle of modern climbing shoe design and innovation” and without mincing words – it’s true.
The perfect shoe for the eco-warriors amongst us. Not only is this shoe single handedly saving the planet, but is also a force to be recond with. Take a read of our La Sportiva Cobra Eco review now!
Looking to up your climbing game? Then the Scarpa Lace Instinct could be the shoe for you. Take a read of our full review now!
One of the best selling climbing shoes in the world. Designed for beginners, but hold its own on hard-core climbs too. Take a look at our full review!
The La Sportiva Tarantulace is the most popular climbing shoe of all time, and it’s not hard to see why. Take a look at our full review now!
A bouldering and sport route specialist, the Hiangle delivers great gym climbing performance. Read our full Five Ten Hiangle review now!
The La Sportiva Finale is a shoe that fulfills its promise. That promise is all-around use for entry-level climbers. Read our full La Sportiva Finale review now!
These cleverly named climbing shoes say it all. Not only are the Oxygym’s super breathable, but they are also designed specifically with beginner gym climbers in mind. Clever right?
The brief the design boffins at Scarpa had with the Velocity V was to “build a shoe that offers unrivaled comfort, climbing ability and value”. That’s a big statement!
A high-performance climbing shoe that is favoured by some of the best in the game including Adam Ondra, Daniel Woods and many more.