Boreal Joker Plus Climbing Shoe - Women's

Boreal Joker Plus Climbing Shoe - Women's
Boreal Joker Plus Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Joker Plus Climbing Shoe - Women's by Boreal
Throw those painfully tight shoes away and slip your foot in the Boreal Women's Joker Plus Climbing Shoe for those long multi-pitch climbs. Its Heel Fit and Cushioned Heel Systems cradle your heel in cushy EVA to soothe your foot's aches from jams, smears, and slabs. Boreal's Integrated Rand System works with the half stiff midsole to give the Joker Plus moderate asymmetry for the occasional edgy face move. The FS-Quattro rubber sole ensures long-lasting abrasion-resistance, and the split leather upper has breathable mesh panels and Lorica reinforcements to reduce stretching.

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SKU: BRF0014
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