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La Sportiva - Tarantula Rock Climbing Shoe

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La Sportiva - Tarantula Rock Climbing Shoe
$87.95
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La Sportiva

Stock #: N293-

Availability: In stock

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$87.95
Description

This comfortable shoe is easy to use and easy to get on and off in a flash. The unlined upper is excellent for moisture management and super comfortable on your foot all day. The shape is round and higher volume for the climber not looking to mangle their feet yet aggressive enough to perform when needed. The highly adjustable closure system adapts to multiple foot types and shapes.

Features:

  • Comfortable unlined leather upper provides all day comfort
  • Long lasting sticky FriXion® rubber sticks to plastic and rock equally as well
  • Infinitely adjustable closure system adapts to various foot types
  • Asymmetrical shape helps beginning climbers push the grades at a faster pace

Specs:

  • WEIGHT:10.23oz/290g
  • UPPER: Leather
  • LAST: RL45
  • FIT: Comfort FIt w/Low Asymmetry
  • LINING: None
  • MIDSOLE: 1.8 mm LaspoFlex
  • SOLE: 5mm FriXion® RS
  • COLOR: Kiwi/Grey
  • SIZES: 33-48 (half sizes)

Additional Information

Additional Information

Year Spring 2011
Usage No
Fabric Weight No
Material No
Properties No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Good beginner shoe
Great all day all around shoe my only complaint is that I've had a pair for about two months now and the strap is already wearing through Review by Woods / (Posted on 9/25/2013)
Really like this shoe
I like to consider myself an intermediate climber and I really like this shoe for all around. I've used it out side last season and in the gym all winter. It is comfortable to stand in during longer gym sessions and stiff enough to cram into cracks. It does fit a narrower foot but the leather will stretch to fit a wider foot. The rubber has never slipped out on me while on rock and only a few times on polished gym holds. Would definitely recommend this to someone looking for an all day shoe or something on the stiffer side. Review by Ryan / (Posted on 4/30/2013)