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Colin wrote a review of on May 23, 2012

5 5

These shoes are great. They are narrower then the demon line, so having a wide foot like myself, these became my performance shoe. The laces mean that I can really crank them down at the top, but keep the toe box loose, or pull it tight when I really need that extra edging power. They feel super solid and are surprisingly comfortable. They do stain your feet a little red at the start, but thats just because MadRock uses real leather in these and they arent synthetic so the dye leaches just a bit. A shower and your feet are back to normal.

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Colin wrote a review of on May 23, 2012

5 5

Picked these up and immediately took them outside. Out of the box they felt amazing, I was edging on stuff that I wouldnt trust any other shoe in. Amazing performance but they didnt sacrifice comfort for me.

I have a really wide foot, so these shoes are super comfy for me. Being super down turned but still wide, it was like someone made the shoe directly for my foot. Even though they are "super performance" and "competition" based, I can see myself wearing these all day and not having any issues with them. HIGHLY reccomended.

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Colin wrote a review of on May 23, 2012

5 5

I picked up a pair of these last week and took them outside to boulder as my comortable all day shoe. After taking a few falls on the new shock jell, my feet still didnt hurt, I had all the edging power I wanted or needed with the stiff rubber, and they were super comfortable. All around, a GREAT shoe for all day use, stiff, but comfortable, and still can do everything you want it to do.

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Colin wrote a review of on May 16, 2012

5 5

Got my first pair of Con-Flicts two years ago, still have the original Con-Flicts, they last a good long time! My Con-Flict 2.0 are put on when I need hard stuff to go down. They are just soft enough to really let you feel everything, but stiff enough to let you edge on crazy small chips and edges. So far while in the Con-Flict's I have never had my foot pop (That wasnt my direct fault of course) and blow a route. With these on, I know my feet will stay right where I put them.

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