Remora HV Climbing Shoe
Throw the Mad Rock Remora HV Climbing Shoe in your gym bag and be ready to climb at a moment’s notice. With a moderate down turn, convenient slip-on design, and high-volume fit, this do-it-all climbing shoe is an all-arounder that beginner and intermediate climbers will appreciate as they progress and push their grades.
- High-volume last accommodates high arches and wide feet
- Moderate down-turn good for moderate routes
- Convenient slip-on design saves time between climbs
- Syn Flex upper balances comfort with performance
- Item #MRCZ10K
- Upper Material
- Syn Flex
- Science Friction 3.0, R2 rand rubber
- Claimed Weight
- [single, size 9] 8.4oz
- Asymmetrical Curvature
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
3.5 based on 2 ratings
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May 26, 2022
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
- 6' 2"
The Remoras are a great all round soft slipper, good for easy climbing, slab and even speed climbing. These ultra flexible and comfortable shoes are great for warming up and doing long easy sport routes where stickiness and reliability is a must but no need to worry about discomfort. When this slipper is brand new the edge is capable of tackling very small, delicate feet while climbing in steep terrain. The compression fit these shoes offer makes for a very reliable and comfortable fit. The toe box is great for a wide foot and the heel cup grips very well. The balance between comfort and performance is very well executed in this shoe. I find myself slipping these on when I need a chill pair of shoes to have a long session and not use a more aggressive pair. Like many of MR shoes the sticky rubber, especially on such a soft shoe, is really unparalleled on small feet outside. The edge of the shoe is stiff enough to stand on small edges, yet soft enough to feel exactly what you’re stepping on. The toe box has a solid layer of rubber on the top that is good for toe hooks, while also being malleable enough to get into toe jambs and slots. These are great shoes for everything from being a first pair of climbing shoes to the seasoned climber looking for a specialty slipper. Mad Rock Ambassador Alex A.
May 9, 2022
Durability an issue
Love the shoes, but he sole delaminated after less than a month
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