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Instinct VS Climbing Shoe - Vibram XS Edge

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Five Ten Arrowhead Climbing Shoe

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Mad Rock M5 Climbing Shoe

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Rogue Lace Climbing Shoe

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Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe

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Instinct Climbing Shoe -XS Edge

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Techno X Climbing Shoe

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Nexxo Climbing Shoe

Evolv Nexxo Climbing Shoe

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Stonelands Lace-up Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Stonelands Lace-up Climbing Shoe

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Drifter Climbing Shoe

Mad Rock Drifter Climbing Shoe

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Dragon Lace-up Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Dragon Lace-up Climbing Shoe

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Reflex Climbing Shoe - Men's

Scarpa Reflex Climbing Shoe - Men's

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Anasazi VCS Climbing Shoe

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Vapor V Climbing Shoe - Men's- XS Edge

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Rogue VCS Climbing Shoe

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Astroman Climbing Shoe

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Mago Climbing Shoe - Vibram XS Grip2

Scarpa Mago Climbing Shoe - Vibram XS Grip2

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Helix Climbing Shoe - Men's

Scarpa Helix Climbing Shoe - Men's

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Axiom Climbing Shoe

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Stix Climbing Shoe - Vibram XS Grip2

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Team 5.10 Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Team 5.10 Climbing Shoe

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Team VXi Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Team VXi Climbing Shoe

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Quantum Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Quantum Climbing Shoe

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Shark Climbing Shoe

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How to Buy Men's Rock Climbing Shoes

Great footwork is a skill the world's most talented rock climbers have in common, and having the right climbing shoe is an essential part of developing it. While the shape and style of shoe you choose will be influenced by whether you're bouldering, sport climbing, or climbing traditional routes, the most important aspect of a climbing shoe is the way it fits your foot.

Shape
Shapes vary based on the type of climbing. A shoe with an aggressively downturned shape offer enhanced foot dexterity, and is often preferred for hard bouldering and sport climbing. A flatter shape is ideal for technical face climbing and standing on small edges.
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Closure
There are three types of closure systems: laces, hook-and-loop straps, and slippers. Laces adjust the entire length of the shoe for the most precise fit, hook-and-loop straps strike a balance of fit precision and easy on and off, and the stretchy upper of a slipper offers the fastest on and off, but sacrifices a little in the way of security. Shop Lace Closure Climbing Shoes Shop Hook & Loop Closure Climbing Shoes Shop slip-on Climbing Shoes
Sizing
For climbing shoes to work properly, they need to be fit tight. If you're new to climbing, you will likely experience some discomfort in the beginning. Sizing varies from brand to brand, but typically you'll want to choose a climbing shoe one to three sizes smaller than your street shoe size. Also consider stretchÑ unlined shoes will stretch up to a full size over time while lined shoes will stretch very little.
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