Butora Mantra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit

Butora Mantra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit
$145.00
Mantra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit by Butora
Price subject to change | SKU: BTA0007

Butora Mantra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit

While some throwbacks (like 90s chrome wallet chains and bowl cuts parted down the middle) are better left alone, the old-school inspired Butora Tight Fit Mantra Climbing Shoe more akin to a revamped family heirloom than a questionable trend. Designed for trad climbing, the Mantra offers tried-and-true performance thanks to its classic construction paired with innovative and supplemental features, in turn making it ideal for sharp splitter cracks, heel-and-toe jams, offwidths, and smear-city slabs. Constructed with a German hydrovelour split leather upper and classic lace-up construction, the Mantra molds effortlessly to the shape of your foot and the organic hemp lining wicks away moisture, ultimately keeping the microclimate of your foot dry and comfortable. Additionally, the extra rubber patches provide supplementary protection on your toes and the rubber heel rand encourages stabilization, a secure fit, and longevity of the upper. The asymmetrical last and board-lasted stiff midsole ensure day-long support while the built-in Poron memory foam protects your foot throughout unsavory toe jams. So whether you're trucking through a multi-pitch in Eldorado Canyon or getting yourself stuck between two rocks and a bat, the Mantra is built to provide day-long support and comfort.

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