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Butora Brava Climbing Shoe - Kids'

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    2 Reviews


    Bravo to the Brava.

    Although extremely comfortable, the Butora Kids' Brava Climbing Shoe crushes climbs like the best of them, and it's suitable for your tot whether he's in an after school program or she's training to be a professional in less than a decade. This flat shoe has a subtle asymmetry for a touch of power on boulders and gym routes. EVA adds cush to the midsole so she or he can wear it for hours, and Butora's butyl F5 rubber lasts for seasons.

    • Synthetic microfiber upper
    • Hook-and-loop strap
    • Adjustable heel strap
    • EVA-cushioned midsole
    • Butyl Butora F5 rubber
    • Item #BTA000C

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    butyl Butora F5
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    low to moderate
    Recommended Use

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    Great comfy shoes for kids

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My kiddo is 9yrs old. Her last pair of climbing shoes were some Scarpa Thunder lace-ups (size 34), which she just outgrew. Things I've learned about climbing shoes for kids: make them easy to put on/take off, no laces, make them light, make them comfy. If you don't, you'll have a kid that runs around the gym bare foot.

    The Brava checked all the boxes. My daughter loves them. They are pretty much like slippers with climbing rubber underneath. I like the extra padding on the heel to make walking around with them comfy enough. They are well built and really designed for comfort. Great for kids that are casual climbers.

    A couple of things to be aware of: SIZING runs WAYYYY small. Kiddo is a Kid size 2 in street shoes. She couldn't get her feet into the Butora size 3. BC helped me change it to a size 5, which is barely a bit too big. Which is okay, because you can velcro the back for a tighter fit.
    The microfiber upper tends to collect chalk/dust. So those shoes get dirty fast. A Deep Water Soloing trip helped clean them up, but I suppose rinsing them under water will do the same thing.

    Thumbs up on those Butora.

    Supreme softness for my little one

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have a 6 year old and she has worn a couple other kids shoes either as rentals or a pair that we bought for her. These are by far the most comfortable for her feet. The synthetic material is like a sock on her foot and she loves the low-profile and edging ability of them. As a parent, I love that I can buy them bigger and suck down the heel with the adjustable heel strap so in 6 months when she outgrows them, I'm not dumping more money into her hobby. They do run a about a size small, so buy a bigger size than you'd think