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Arc'teryx Konseal LT Approach Shoe - Men's

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Why We Like The Konseal LT Approach Shoe

Get a confident grip and comfortable support as you trek to your favorite crags with Arc'teryx's lightest approach shoe. Featuring Vibram MegaGrip rubber on the outsole for reliable traction through changing terrain and conditions, it helps you reach even the most out-there climbing routes. It's also built to be comfortably worn without socks for an easy transition to climbing shoes, and has a collapsible heel that transitions it quickly into a belay slipper.

  • Comfortable approach shoe with a light feel and confident grip
  • Vibram outsole provides steady traction, especially in the forefoot
  • Cushioned midsole absorbs shock for long hikes on tough surfaces
  • Square edge on heel improves agility and braking on steep descents
  • Gusseted tongue helps minimize debris collection on the trail
  • TPU chassis offers support and rock protection for your midfoot
  • Integrated lacing system ensures a precise fit for technical terrain
  • Single-layer mesh upper provides optimal breathability
  • Item #ARCZ95K

Upper Material
polyester mesh
Lining
seamless heel collar lining
Closure
lace
Footbed
3D molded, Ion Element 100% recycled closed-cell EVA by Dynamic Foam (4.5mm)
Midsole
injected EVA (60 shore C), injected TPU chassis (70 shore D)
Sole
Vibram MegaGrip rubber
Claimed Weight
[single] 9.5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
Activity
climbing

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>Rating: 2

Wildly inconsistent sizing

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs large

I really wanted to like these, but the sizing at Arc'teryx leaves alot to be desired. I've had two pairs of Arc'teryx footwear in the past - hiking boots and running shoes - and both were size 12. More than that, I wear an 11.5-12 in every pair of shoe, boot, or sandal I own. So anyway, I bought a 12 in these and it was so big that I was sure they made a mistake and sent me a size 13! I confirmed it was a size 12 and so returned them to try the next size down. I received that pair and it was also too big. Shocked, I went to try a 10.5 (which I can't remember the last time I wore that small a size) but they're all sold out. So it's cost me 14 dollars in returns, two weeks of my time, and I still don't have a pair of shoes. I've never seen such unbelievable variation in sizing and it makes it so that I can never buy a pair of these online again.