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Boreal Ace Climbing Shoe

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    050

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    The ace in your climbing quiver.

    Cloud Tower consists of technical face climbing and long splitters ranging from fingers to baggy fists, and Boreal's Ace Climbing Shoe handles each pitch gracefully. This shoe combines a moderate downturn into symmetric shape, resulting in a shoe that performs on the crux and remains comfortable on the long routes. The full insole and midsole provide plenty of support, and Boreal's abrasion-resistant FS-Quattro rubber stays strong for seasons. The split leather upper features anti-stretch stitching, and there's a full canvas lining for added breathability and durability.
    • Split leather upper with anti-stretch stitching
    • Full canvas lining
    • Full insole and midsole
    • FS-Quattro rubber sole
    • Item #BRF000M

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    split leather
    Lining
    canvas
    Closure
    lace
    Midsole
    full-length
    Rubber
    FS-Quattro (4.6-5.2mm)
    Last
    board
    Profile
    moderate downturn
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    low
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 2.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing

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    Other than the rubber, these shoes are what I am looking for. I want to size them comfortably and from what I understand, to get that comfort, I should go with my street show size which is a 10. What size would be recommended for long trad routes?