Boreal Ninja Jr. Climbing Shoe - Kids'

Boreal Ninja Jr. Climbing Shoe - Kids'
Boreal Ninja Jr. Climbing Shoe - Kids'
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Ninja Jr. Climbing Shoe - Kids' by Boreal
The Boreal Kids' Ninja Jr. Climbing Shoe is choice whether he's starting after-school climbing programs or she's training for the next youth comp. Soft and sensitive, the Ninja Jr. thrives on anything from friendly footholds to microscopic edges. A flat, moderately asymmetric design ensures comfort for beginners and performance for more intermediate youngsters. Boreal's FS-Quattro rubber gives long-lasting abrasion-resistance to prevent any blown toes in the first season or so.

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SKU: BRF000J
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