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Mad Rock Drone Low Volume Climbing Shoe


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    Like a glove.

    Mad Rock's Drone Low Volume Climbing Shoe is an aggressive, downturned shoe with a focus-to-detail when it comes to fit. A lot of shoes with this much rubber over the toe feel as clunky as wooden clogs. The Drone's rubber has a bit more stretch to conform to your foot's shape a little better. Its R2 rubber sole is really thin to stay sensitive on the micro-footholds that make difficult problems so difficult, and the full-length midsole keeps this shoe's downturn sharp so you can continue working overhung routes with the same performance.

    Mad Rock's Drone comes in both high volume and low volume options so you can find an even better fit.
    • Aggressive climbing shoe for bolts and boulders
    • Sharp downturn enhances precision and overall performance
    • Thin, stretchy R2 rubber creates a sensitive platform
    • Full-length midsole connects to 3D heel for additional support
    • Breathable, stretchy tongue with hook-and-loop strap for secure fit
    • Item #MRC001L

    Tech Specs

    Asymmetrical Curvature
    Recommended Use
    bouldering, sport climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Super comfy and worth a try! I'm a women size 8.5, and went with the 42EU. I have a average width foot, probably slightly on the narrow side, and a very small heel. At first it felt snug for a comfortable all day fit, but it stretched out a lot over three months. If I could buy again, I would go with a 41EU or even 40. That said, even with a very loose fit the shoes still work great, and I am still able to send 5.11+ with ease/ boulder V6. So either way! give it a shot.