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Crodnd wrote a review of on November 24, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It's sturdy and holds a ton. I can fit my 60m rope, bundled harness, shoes, and belay device all easily inside the draw string top. The buckle straps then compress and hold everything tight. If you spend the time to set up the shoulder strap to fit you it is actually pretty comfortable too. The tie off loops inside and on the tarp make it super safe and convenient to start climbing right away without having to flake out the rope. All around an awesome bag.

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Crodnd wrote an answer about on November 24, 2012

These are not multipitch shoes. If worn correctly these should be on/off shoes for hard bouldering and sport routes. They have the fast and easy closing device for a reason. The first time you wear these you will want to cut off all your toes. But they stretch between a half and full size. Buy them as small as you can fit into. They are truly the ultimate performance shoe if worn small. If you want an all day/multipitch shoe get the katana. If you want the best bouldering shoe money can buy, get these.

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Crodnd wrote an answer about on November 24, 2012

I bought these super small to get a good fit for all kinds of climbing. I started out unable to walk in them but they are my go to comfy shoe now. They stretched continuously for almost 6 weeks. They are the perfect marriage between comfort and performance for me now. Keep wearing them, try wearing them around the house. They will break in. The upper will stretch out.

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