Butora Acro Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit

Butora Acro Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit
Butora Acro Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit
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Acro Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit by Butora
You don't often find yourself utilizing the words, "barn door," mostly on account of your climbing prowess, inherent ability to always zip up your pants, and the intuitive performance of the Butora Wide Fit Acro Climbing Shoe. Built for steep sport climbing, bouldering, and the occasional crack climb, the Acro features an aggressive, down-cambered design that makes it an ideal shoe for technical overhanging climbs while the hybrid upper consists of a soft synthetic and natural leather that ultimately ensures a comfortable and personalized fit. In keeping with the slipper concept, the Acro is outfitted with a triple hook fork and loop strap that encourage convenience combined with functionality and the high-tensioned heel delivers power to the forefront of the foot, namely the front toe, to provide premium edging. And no matter the rock, scenario, or confidence level, the large sticky roe patch assures steadfast and secure toe hooking.

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SKU: BTA0001
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