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Cynthia's Passions

Sport Climbing

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cynthia.da1526386 wrote an answer about on October 15, 2008

Companies' sizing really varies with climbing shoes. Mad Rock runs really small. Your toes should be pushing against the front of the shoe, but if they hurt, they're no good, regardless of the size. You'll stick with climbing longer if they're not painful, and it's really not a big deal until you're climbing really hard routes.