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Butora Acro Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit

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    Swingin' free.

    You don't often find yourself utilizing the words, "barn door," mostly on account of your climbing prowess, inherent ability to always zip up your pants, and the intuitive performance of the Butora Wide Fit Acro Climbing Shoe. Built for steep sport climbing, bouldering, and the occasional crack climb, the Acro features an aggressive, down-cambered design that makes it an ideal shoe for technical overhanging climbs while the hybrid upper consists of a soft synthetic and natural leather that ultimately ensures a comfortable and personalized fit. In keeping with the slipper concept, the Acro is outfitted with a triple hook fork and loop strap that encourage convenience combined with functionality and the high-tensioned heel delivers power to the forefront of the foot, namely the front toe, to provide premium edging. And no matter the rock, scenario, or confidence level, the large sticky roe patch assures steadfast and secure toe hooking.

    • German split-leather
    • Hook-and-loop
    • Down-cambered toe
    • Butyl Butora F5 rubber
    • Aggressive
    • Padded tongue
    • Wide fit
    • Item #BTA0001

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    [upper] German split-leather, [tongue] nylon mesh, silicone sponge
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Midsole
    3D injection molded
    Rubber
    butyl Butora F5
    Profile
    down-cambered
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    aggressive
    Recommended Use
    climbing

    Tech Specs

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    Comfy

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I give these to my boyfriend as a gift. He wanted an aggressive shoe that was also comfortable. After hearing him constantly complain about his feet hurting I bought him these and he loves them! I got them at his street size and the fit is fine.

    Comfort and Performance

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Sizing: I wear a 9-9.5 street shoe and got these in a size 8. Out of the box, the shoes were super comfortable but tight. After 2 weeks of climbing in them, the leather stretched to conform to my foot and now they've got a sock-like feel. I absolutely love climbing in these.

    Performance: The rubber is soft and plentiful. I absolutely love the fact that the shoe is basically covered in rubber. Toe and heel hooks feel great. The shoe is stiff in all the right ways. I can edge well on small edges while still being able to wrap my toes around holds on overhung problems.

    Durability: I try to climb at least three times a week in both the gym and outside. So far the rubber is holding up well and showing little signs of wear. I'm not worried about the longevity of these shoes and am excited to keep on beating them up. The construction of the shoe itself is well done. No issues with delamination and all of the seams are tight without any protrusions.

    I absolutely love this shoe and would highly recommend it to anyone. Great product from Butora!

    One shoe for all

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    I had avoided aggressive shoes due to trying on numerous other models in other brands and not finding one that fit my foot. I came across these at a demo at my gym and popped one onto my foot. By pop, I mean it literally made a suction noise onto my heel it fit so well out of the box. I sized these down a half size from street shoe and they only got more comfortable over the next 5 or so gym sessions as they broke in. The rubber is amazing and extremely durable. I've been climbing on average 3-4 days per week in the gym now for 4 months after purchasing them originally and they are showing very little wear of the toe rubber. I now climb, boulder, and multi-pitch in these, and I don't even have to take them off between burns or pitches. I think I feel I've found the best shoe for my climbing and helping me push harder grades.

    I left my sportivas at home, on purpose

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 9

    After climbing in Murias for 15 years, I picked up a pair of Acros. Mainly because I tried them on at a demo and they were unbelievable comfortable. I could wear them for several climbs and not want to pull them off in pain, and I sent my little project first go after weeks of failure. The sticky rubber on the top of the toe box is no joke. I downsized 1/2 size from my street shoe and it fits perfect. No air pockets in the heel and the toe box is tight like an ace bandage wrapped around my foot. I brought my miuras in my pack for the last 3 trips and didn't take them out once. I couldn't leave my trusted shoe....could I ? Then I did something I have not done in a very very long time... I didn't pack my muiras and I have not looked back. I love these shoes they make my feet happy. They edge great , they smear great, the heel is awesome and they are hands down the most comfortable shoe I have ever put on.
    I am stoked to have found Butora, Good job on making my new favorite shoe !

    Perfect for hard gym climbing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 8.5

    I'll be completely honest, I spend most of my time climbing in the gym but that's just because I'm a hardcore training freak. I love to push my muscles to absolute failure and when I'm finished, I sit back, chug a glass of protein powder and watch everyone else inch their way up the wall. To me, climbing is an individualistic pursuit of inner glory. Here I am, alone in this space, and the only way forward is up. Move lightly, like a ninja, think quickly, like a squirrel, and if you lose focus, well, you're hanging six feet below your last draw limp with blood rushing to your fingertips.

    Okay, so this is about the shoes though, right?! These babies are superstars when it comes to ultra sensitive, powerful performance. They're a slipper, and yet they're also velcro. They fit my heel like Cinderella's glass slipper and the pop I hear when I pull them onto my feet is pure bliss. I wore them for an entire session, straight out of the box and had no problems. The rubber is soft, not as soft as C4 (ie it won't melt under a lamp) and I would probably fit it a half size smaller than your street shoe. That's just me though.

    Where it's at

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 10

    The Acro is where it's at. Comfortable aggression all day long. I like my solutions, but the Acros have me converted. Comfortable right out of the box, and fit like a glove. This is my go to shoe for anything steep.

    Heel Toe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 46

    Virtually no break in period.
    The best heel/toe combo of any climbing shoe I've worn.
    I learned to trust a heel hook in this shoe, because my heel stayed where I put it.
    No glue splatter, clean finish.
    The stiff down-turned ABS mid-sole and soft rubber make it the most versatile shoe I have ever climbed in.
    I'm also a big fan of the Python and the new Shaman, but the Acro is my current red-point shoe.

    Unanswered Question

    Is anyone having any trouble with the heel on this shoe? I'm about five good bouldering sessions in with these, and although I'm loving them so far, I've notice that the heel is super super aggressive. I'm having some issues getting my heels to really suck in to the heelspace without there being any deadspace. It's not slipping on heel hooks or anything yet... Was just wondering if people who have been climbing this shoe for much longer have noticed the heel begin to break in and your heels begin to suck in more.

    Everyone is raving about the heel. So I'm thinking it may just be a size issue. My toes are nicely snug and in great position already, but I maybe could have gone down a half size to really fill out the space better. Anyway, thanks for any input!