Boreal Kintaro Climbing Shoe

Boreal Kintaro Climbing Shoe
Boreal Kintaro Climbing Shoe
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Kintaro Climbing Shoe by Boreal
When the going gets steep, the climber gets the Boreal Men's Kintaro Climbing Shoe. Its high asymmetry and sharp downturn provide the performance climbers crave on overhangs. The widened toebox gives a bit more room for more comfort on longer routes, and the narrow heel's V2 Rand assures a snug fit for locking down heel hooks on boulder problems. Boreal shaped the shoe's Zenith rubber sole to push all the power on your big toe for better precision on micro-edges, and the midsole is soft for the utmost sensitivity on delicate smears.

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SKU: BRF0004
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