Your feet will thank you—even if your hands don't.
- Speed lacing lets you in and out quickly and easily
- Super sticky Trax XT-5 rubber for excellent performance
- Unlined synthetic upper for limited stretch
- Padded, perforated tongue for increased comfort
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Very comfy for an easy day of climbing.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I got these shoes as something cheap for days in the gym. They are not supper aggressive which makes them very comfortable for wearing for hours at a time. The lace up feature also allows for you to custom tailor the fit a little bit so that you can avoid hot spots. I think this shoe would be good for people wanting something for a relaxed comfortable day of climbing.
New pair of Evolv Demorto climbing shoes
Unboxing the Evolv Demorto Climbing shoe
I was a little skeptical about buying my climbing shoes online, but after reading positive reviews I am glad I did. The shoe fits very well and is comfortable. I like how it looks and it definitely helped me gain confidence in my footwork on the rocks.
Evolv Demorto Climbing Shoe
1) Do returns include free shipping? Its...
1) Do returns include free shipping? Its hard for me to find shoes that fit so I expect I may need to try several sizes.
2) Are there any limits on the lifetime warranty? Obviously a pair of shoes will never last a lifetime if you climb hard. Your lifetime guarantee seems to say you'll replace them when they wear out,but somehow I doubt that...
1. Sometimes they will give you free return shipping if you just try them on, but I would use the Chat button or call them and see what they can do.
2. Yes, they will actually take back worn out shoes and refund your full paid price! I know it sounds crazy but it's true, and you can find some of the used gear on geartrade.com for great prices! Another bonus. Call or Chat with a rep they are very helpful, good luck.
what if my shoes rip or break, can i still...
what if my shoes rip or break, can i still return them?
Absolutely. Here at Backcountry we have a lifetime guarantee on all of our products. Doesn't matter if it's 3 weeks from now or 3 years from now, we'll take your product back if you're not happy with it.
These shoes are pretty good
It took a couple of climbing sessions before the rubber became "grippy". Some of the thread is appears (visually) to be wearing quickly but otherwise this is a comfortable shoe to climb in.
Took me to the next level in trusting my toe holds but they are too narrow for me in the toe. Have to take them off after 20min. Maybe a half size larger than my street shoes would work better.
Backcountry.com's Service IS GREAT
I'm just getting used to the shoes and they exceed my skill level, and have done everything I've asked. I'm a nube, without a climbing store close so I ordered based on reviews. I ended up having to send these back twice to get the right size. I wear a 9.5-10 in most everything, but ended up with a 10.5 and they are still perfectly tight. This would have been a major problem with many outfits, but backcountry.com kept send them out and paying the whole way (2nd Day Air 3 times for outbound and UPS ground twice for returns)
The shoes are great, but are made better by a company with top end customer servicve.
Piece of Crap
I'm surprised at all of the positive reviews. My pair blew apart after about three months. Look elsewhere.
Great fit and work wonderfully!!
I climbed for the first time at the Gunks with Eastern Mountain Sports. They put me in the right size shoes but they absolutely killed my feet. These Demorto Shoes by Evolv are great. They give me the extra room I needed and perform wonderfully. I'm using them on the artifical rock at the gym and they grip like crazy. I couldn't be happier.
One of the only shoes out there i could find to fit my wide feet without hurting. Has a good stiff sole great for smearing on slab climbs. I've also have gotten several comments on the flashy design, very cool.
in 38 years of slabbing these are the best out of the box shoes i've ever owned. the midsole is stiff enough for support without killing sensitivity, the rubber is sticky enough without balling up grit under the edges and the toe box is spot on. they are precise and inspiring. wish i'd had them 20 years ago when i could still climb 5.12, but for feet beat with many hours of standing on tiny things these shoes are fantastic.