Nickwrote a review of Evolv Agro Climbing Shoe - Men's on February 9, 2017
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs small
I originally tried the Agro in my street size (9.5), which suited me in both Shamans and the old Primes. This size was just too painful in the Agro. Walking ten feet to the wall, slabs and toe hooks were unbearable. So, I replaced them with a half-size up, and all my problems were solved. They hurt just right before the break-in, and now they're... well... broken in.
I've gotten a few sessions in them, and I'm starting to think there's nothing they can't do (in bouldering terms, of course). The cinch strap closure feels and behaves much like the one on the Solution, but it has an extra bit of customizability for those with extra-high or extra-low-volume insteps. It's also pretty easy to get into and comfortable once you're in it due to the wide padded double-tongue.
The downturn is ideal and performs alongside any similarly aggressive shoe (Solutions, Teams, etc.), but the toe does feel bulkier than the Teams. They're definitely soft despite the amount of rubber on the sole, and as sensitive as anything I've worn. Evolv's SensaTrax rubber is standing up to all the polished junk I throw at it. It's an especially impressive shoe for heel and toe hooks. I feel more secure on both in them than any other shoe I've worn. The toe patch is absolutely gumby-proof.
In a nutshell, the Agro is an incredible aggressive bouldering shoe. I would recommend it for anyone who has a need for precision on the overhung gnar. It's definitely not a beginner shoe. Size up!
Also, (bc, you may want to check on this) the photo on this page is not the actual Agro as it has been released. It looks like an old prototype photo.