Starting rock climbing is one of the most rewarding things you can do since it’s a great way to get outdoors, meet new friends, and keep fit. However, it is easy to feel overwhelmed when choosing which gear to buy as there are so many...Read More
Climbing shoes are an essential piece of equipment. They are probably THE most important piece you will buy. Your shoes will affect your comfort indoors and outdoor climbing. Choosing the right shoe is important too, because climbing is all about your feet - how you...Read More
Footwork is talked about so often by climbers, but even experienced climbers often don't know where to go to improve their footwork. Today's article is all about improving footwork. If we've missed something, leave us a comment and share your experience and knowledge with us...Read More
Comfort and feel. They are a comfort/performance hybrid so edging is really precise but could also wear on long multi-pitch routes. The blue and green show looks great too!
Them change the women’s fit from pink to something else! Better durability in the toe
|Value for Money||4|
|Comfort & Fit||5|
|Total out of 25||20|
Just in case you were wondering 'how do they grade their rock climbing shoes for reviews?', here's how we work out the star rating; We give the shoe a score out of 5 in each category, giving a maximum score of 25: Value for Money Design Comfort & Fit Durability Functionality Then...Read More
It was kind of accidental that I ended up with these boots but I’m very grateful that I did. I had sent of my previous boot to the manufacturer due to a fault and quickly needed to buy a replacement pair but was a little short of cash. I searched on ebay for a second hand pair of boots and these were available in one size only and unused.
Love: the fit
Would like to see: them available in small sizes for women to buy easily
I love these rock shoes. These are the most recent shoes I’ve bought, which came to me by default as a colleague bought them thinking that you need to go smaller, but with the Geshido you definitely don’t!
My first introduction to the Boreal Krypto rock shoes was a member of staff at a climbing shop referring to them as the krapto. Despite this dizzying introduction, I tried them on and decided that the price and the good fit for my bunioned feet suited me just fine.
I’ve been wearing these rock shoes for about six months now, giving them a few runs up the wall between once and three times a week. I climb about 6b+ on top rope and 6a leading, just to give an idea of what my climbing is like. They seem to be fairly durable – no signs of them getting holes yet. That is perhaps down to recently improved footwork as well.
Rock Shoes // Rock Boots // Climbing Shoes // Trainers // Plimsolls // Flip Flops – What shoes should I wear to climb in??? When about to embark on my first review of a pair of climbing shoes it dawned on me that it might be...Read More