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More climb, less whine.

One shoe (a pair, actually) that can do it all. The Mad Rock Men’s Flash Climbing Shoe that is technical enough for competition climbing and comfortable enough for multi-pitch climbs on intermediate feet. The TPR rubber twin strap closures make getting in and out easy and fit adjustments a breeze.

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Here's what others have to say...

4 5

Everybody's dogs are different,

but these shoes are more bang for your buck. Can't complain.

5 5


These shoes fit great. I'm a 10.5 in tennis shoes and ordered a 43, which was tight at first, but stretched to hug my foot great. I love the ridges on the back of the shoe for heel hooking.

It's hard to find a better shoe for the price.

4 5


my first pair of unused shoes. Outta the box were nice and "too" tight, perfect after a few climbs. I went with this shoe because it felt wider in toe are than others. Great for bouldering and sport climbing. Long all day climbs they needed adjustment.
Good shoe

4 5

first shoe

bought this shoe as my first and for value for money i think theyre great, something that u can wear in and get used to without worrying that your ruining an expensive shoe and wasting ur money

4 5

first pair

i was searching for my first pair of shoes and most of the gyms seemed to have mad rocks out the wazoo so when offered a pair at a great deal i jumped on. they are about a half a size to small but i enjoy that extra aggressiveness. on heel hooks that use more of my body weight, such as roofs, i feel as if there is a little looseness in the heel but nothing that took away from the climb

3 5

Wear and Tear

The Mad Rock Flash is a decent shoe but wears out quickly. Climbing at the gym is painful on these shoes, the toe starts to rip and the sole as well. The upside of the shoe is that they are pretty cheap and you can use them in the winter in the gym until you get out on some real rock, then it's time to bring in the performance shoe. I like being able to use different shoes for different things and with the Mad Rocks I can climb in the gym and not be worried that I am ruining some expensive climbing shoe. All in all I think the shoe is ok but really good for beginner climbers.

Do these shoes stretch at all?

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Do these shoes stretch at all?

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Yes they will stretch a little as you break them in.

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Yup, all leather shoes will stretch out a bit, so buy them tight and push through the initial pain.

4 5


It doesnt have the best tail or foot hook but its an okay shoes. I feel that its a bit shallow in the ankle/heel zone which doesnt give the confidence while doing a foot hook.

5 5

Great Shoe

Been climbing for two years now and I climb a lot. These were my first climbing shoes and are just now wearing out. If you want a really great all around climbing shoe..... get this one. very sticky rubber that has never let me down. P.S. the size DOES NOT run small after being broken in, in my opinion and after wearing other friends shoes.

Great Shoe
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I don't know what kind of rock you climb on but i have found that the sharp NH granite tears these guys to shreds and they lose any ability to smear... Not that im unhappy with them but they dont seems to do great on the sharp granite.

4 5


I have had these shoes for 7 years or so. I used them a lot when I first got them but have used them alot recently. The shoes are still in good shape and fit perfectly to my feet. I could probably resole them in a year or so. I definitely enjoy then velcro to the laces on this shoe. Cant beat the price. Cant beat the shoe.

French's Dome

French's Dome

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This is a picture of me topping off on French's Dome with Mt. Hood in the background.

5 5

Great Shoe

Great first shoe. I got my first pair almost a year ago and have loved them the entire time. Had a few problems with traction for about the first week, but after that I was very pleased with the grip they gave me. Little tight at first, but once the leather had time to stretch the felt great. Overall, the Flash is a solid shoe especially as a first shoe.

4 5

Super solid shoe for the price.

My first climbing shoe. Three months or so I've had them. Been climbing at least three times a week in the gym and outside every week or two now that it's been a bit warmer here. Not for those wanting total comfort but this shoe isn't designed for that. I found them personally true to size, and really do most things well. I rounded out the edges pretty fast but your first shoes get rubbed down quick. I rated them at four because of modifications I had to make - I had to cut the super long velcro straps down so they didn't hang off (they still hang some, I didn't want to go past the last groove provided to cut them down and have the straps unstitch) and remove the inside pull loop (it actually rubbed holes in my ankles when doing heel hooks or foot jams). Other than that I felt they were worth the purchase and live up to the love people give these things.

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how much have theses shoes stretched out for you?