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Red Chili
Sausalito Climbing Shoe

4.666666666666667 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Color:Glowing Red


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Why We Like The Red Chili Sausalito Climbing Shoe

When the anchor is a long way off, we outfit our feet with the Red Chili Sausalito Climbing Shoe. The newly padded heel and odor-fighting insole keep our feet feeling fresh on long multi-pitch routes, while the broader last lets our toes lay flat for increased jamming comfort. Wrapped with RX-1 Allround rubber, including a full forefoot rand, this shoe gives us bite that lasts.


  • High-comfort climbing shoe for long routes and multi-pitches
  • Flat profile and stiff midsole for comfort and support
  • RX-1 Allround rubber balances friction and longevity
  • Full forefoot rand wrap for increased durability in cracks
  • Lined leather upper will stretch about a half size
  • Hemp footbed helps naturally fight off odors
  • Lace closure lets you cinch out dead space
  • Item #RDC000G
Upper Material
[forefoot] suede, [hindfoot] microfiber
stiff, RC-Support
2mm RX-1 Allround
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year
Claimed Weight
[UK7.5] 9oz
Asymmetrical Curvature

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 6, 2024

Very comfortable

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

Great shoes for beginners. Good grip on a boulder and very comfortable from first day. The only issue is that after wearing them a few times they stretch a size. The company advises to buy true to size but I would still go a half size or a full size down.

4 out of 5 stars

September 24, 2022

Sneaker-like comfort

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:

Got these while my Anasazi pinks were being resoled to be my backup pair. I wanted my backup shoes to be something extra comfortable, as I was also not long after healing from a broken foot. These live up to the comfy reputation of Red Chilis, especially if normally you find a lot of climbing shoes to be particularly tight and uncomfortable. Even with my Mortons toe, I feel zero discomfort. Seriously, they feel like just putting on a pair of Adidas sneakers. That said, comparing to the pinks in performance -- which is a high standard to compare to -- they obviously fall a little short, even ignoring the less-aggressive fit. Oddly both the "feel" is a bit damped and yet the sole could be a little stiffer IMO, which makes it not as precise on delicate edges. The general comfort works in its favor for jamming in cracks, especially in a long crack route, but the lack of stiffness works against it. Smears feel good though. Overall though, I probably end up wearing these more than my pinks. I'll put on the pinks when I'm projecting or whatnot, but these are so comfy for casual climbing. Especially for longer sessions.

rtechnix840260 r
5 out of 5 stars

May 24, 2021

"The Budget TC Pros" My Red Ferrari Shoe

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 4"

I love these guys! I got them on sale and have been using them for the past year. I got a more relaxed fit, still snug, but not curly those toes. They work beautifully! I typically use them up to the 5.10+ range and they perform solidly even on tiny edges. I thought the rubber was a little too hard at first, but after a decent amount of use, it softens up and gets really grippy. Great for slab due to the flexible sole, and relatively good in cracks. Lacks the ankle protection of the tc's, but still doesn't hurt your feet while doing foot jams. My only regret is not resoling them sooner :/ I just had 2 holes start through the right toebox and ended any shot I had at getting more mileage out of them.

Samuel P