Dscott wrote a review of Evolv Astroman Climbing Shoe on July 17, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
These are excellent shoes, especially for people with wide or splaying feet! Thus far, I have used these at Indian Creek, Vedauwoo, and the Front Range (Lumpy, Eldo) for the most part. The padding and stiffness is absolutely stellar for a long day of crack. I do not feel limited by these shoes whatsoever. They even perform beautifully on thin, crystally edges for which I'd normally reach for my anasazi's. They are very very stiff (board lasted) which takes getting used to if you've been using only flexible shoes. Apparently, though, board lasted shoes are much more resilient after being resoled (just what I've heard from shoe-guys).
The laces are total crap. I replaced them after a week at the Creek (which, in their defense, is pretty rough on shoes). I'm just now getting these resoled after climbing on them for about 4 months (used them at least once or twice per week and on a few longer trips, as well as the training cracks at the gym). The rubber has seemed to wear out a bit quickly, but I'm hoping some stealth C4 will solve those problems.
In terms of usage, I think these excel on thin edges and any type of crack. I especially like them for vedauwoo, as they protect my ankles and heel-toe like nothing else. They are a bit tough to get a lot of rubber on smearing, but I still feel confident doing so. They do have a bulky toe profile, so they don't really fit in thin cracks (I start feeling very shaky trying to shove them in anything smaller than a # .75 C4).
TL;DR: Great shoes, especially for wide feet. Will up your game in cracks, especially painful ones. Replace the laces ASAP.