Boreal Satori Climbing Shoe

Boreal Satori Climbing Shoe
Boreal Satori Climbing Shoe
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Satori Climbing Shoe by Boreal
The Satori Climbing Shoe is Boreal's aggressive, asymmetric, and downturned option for sport climbing or bouldering steep lines. Unique to the Satori, Boreal's M2Fit combines a snug, secure lacing system with an easy on-and-off hook-and-loop closure for the best of both worlds. The synthetic upper features a rubberized Wrap Rand to support your foot and hold the shoe in its aggressive position for ultimate precision. Boreal's grippy Zenith Pro rubber makes up the sole of the Satori, offering reliable friction on small holds. The highly sensitive midsole allows you to feel microscopic edges, and the Toe Flexion System keeps your toe cupped for accurate foot placement on overhung routes. To optimize heel- and toe-hooking efficiency, the rand and toe patch are one piece for added friction and sensitivity, while the snug heel has a sharp catch for extra power.

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SKU: BRF001C
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