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Mad Rock Weaver Climbing Shoe


Mad Rock's comfiest.

When it comes to learning how to climb, you want your feet feeling less like a ballerina's and more like a loafer's. In the instance of the Weaver Climbing Shoe, well, Mad Rock is calling it the comfiest shoe yet. That's in part due to the FloKnit upper that uses flexible knitting and heat-fused TPU to drastically increase breathable comfort. The Weaver also gains a comfortable profile due to the moderate curve that gently enhances performance for beginner and intermediate climbers.

  • Mad Rock's most comfortable shoe for learning how to climb in
  • FloKnit upper is incredibly breathable and flexible
  • Science Friction 3.0 rubber maximizes grip and durability
  • Moderate curve balances between comfort and performance
  • Item #MRC001M

Upper Material
FloKnit, heat-fused TPU
hook-and-loop straps
polycarbonate (1.4mm)
Science Friction 3.0, [rand] Science Friction R2
Asymmetrical Curvature
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65


Reproductive Harm -

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Good value

Overall I like these shoes. I'd say these should be used as an intermediate shoe, and for such have an incredibly low price. I think I'll wear these until they're worn out, but unless they get an upgrade I don't think I'd get them again. Pros: -Good shape. Its slightly down turned, but comfortable -Knit Upper is breathable and nice. After a few sessions indoors and out the shoes have yet to stink and keep my feet cool -Heel suctions well -Unique tongue. One sock like fabric rather than the normal two tongue Cons: -Only one real complaint but its what kept me from giving it five stars. The heel portion of the shoe is very tall compared to most and really digs into your ankle. Nothing too terrible, but has not been an issue with any shoe before. Makes walking between problems at the gym or crag not too fun. I wear a 10.5-11 in street shoes and 12 in Evolvs but went with a 11.5 in these (a 12 probably wouldve been fine too) There are a few concerns I have. The tongue is a sweat magnet, and has dried after every session but after a while could be an issue. Also the rubber is very sticky and nice but I'm not sure how durable it will be. I was worried the rubber in the front would not be suitable for toe hooks, but so far its been fine. Lmk if you have any questions


Mad Rock Weaver