Boreal Alpha Climbing Shoe

Boreal Alpha Climbing Shoe
Boreal Alpha Climbing Shoe
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Alpha Climbing Shoe by Boreal
Every climber remembers the first shoe they slipped their feet into. For some it was a cowboy boot (check out the history for Goodro's Wall) while others dipped their toes into a local climbing gym's stinky rentals. For you, however, Boreal presents the Men's Alpha Climbing Shoe--an incredibly comfortable women-specific shoe with a low-volume fit, flat profile, and no asymmetry. Its moderately stiff midsole works with the Zenith Quattro rubber sole to help you learn how to edge and smear whether you're in the gym or at the crag. Don't expect the microfiber upper to stretch much, but do expect enough comfort out of the padded heel to climb long multi-pitches.

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SKU: BRF0012
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