Oxi S Climbing Shoe
A favorite choice for performance bouldering, the Ocun Oxi S Climbing Shoe features a highly rubberized toe and heel, a sensitive midsole, and a slipper construction. This rubber on the toe and heel not only allows reliable toe and heel hooks, but a wide variety of demanding moves you can find in competitive climbing. The sensitive midsole provides you with more control as you take on technical moves when working your project while the slipper design with a single hook-and-loop strap provides a snug fit that's easy to get on and off between attempts.
- Sensitive climbing shoe for performance bouldering
- Aggressive shape allows a confident grip on smaller holds
- Prominent sticky rubber toe patch enables reliable toe hooks
- Sensitive midsole allows higher control for technical moves
- Highly rubberized heel is reliable when you're heel hooking
- Slipper design with single strap makes getting shoe on easy
- Item #OCN0005
- Upper Material
- [face fabric] microfiber, [insole] leather
- hook-and-loop strap
- 3D Fit Middle
- CAT rubber 1.5, 4mm
- Claimed Weight
- Asymmetrical Curvature
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April 20, 2022
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- 7 US, 39 EU
- 5' 6"
I bought half size down from my street shoe - 39 eu. Normally a 7.5 US/ 40eu street shoe. I wear 38.5 in scarpa dragos, 38 tenaya mundaka . 37.5 in tenaya mastia. I have a low profile foot and narrow heel. Fits decent, but the midsole and heel is ever so slightly baggy. Didn't get enough time on wall with them to provide a proper performance feedback. Unfortunately, the shoe opening cuts into my ankle. I had to return them. If you run into this issue with scarpa instincts, you'll want to veer away from this shoe also. If it wasn't for this, I'd keep them as a gym spare.
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