Boreal Lynx Climbing Shoe

Boreal Lynx Climbing Shoe
Boreal Lynx Climbing Shoe
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Lynx Climbing Shoe by Boreal
You could be crushing boulders one day and jamming cracks the next, and Boreal's Lynx Climbing Shoe will still be underfoot. An asymmetric, slightly downturned design gives this shoe the edge on challenging, technical problems, and a padded tongue ensures comfort when you're jamming. Boreal's special anti-deformation midsole keeps this shoe prime for seasons, and the Zenith rubber sole gives a good grip. Expect some stretch out of the unlined split leather upper.

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SKU: BRF0006
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