Boreal Lynx Climbing Shoe - Women's

Boreal Lynx Climbing Shoe - Women's
Boreal Lynx Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Lynx Climbing Shoe - Women's by Boreal
From crimpy overhanges to techy slabs, the Women's Lynx Climbing Shoe is Boreal's all-arounder for the versatile vertical sender. An asymmetric, slight downturn gives this shoe an edge on challenging, technical section, while the padded tongue ensures comfort in cracks. Boreal's V2 rand works with the special anti-deformation midsole to keep this shoe's shape solid for seasons, and the Zenith rubber sole gives a good grip on smooth limestone or rough, slabby sandstone. Expect some stretch out of the unlined split leather upper.

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SKU: BRF0005
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