Boreal Silex Lace Climbing Shoe

Boreal Silex Lace Climbing Shoe
Boreal Silex Lace Climbing Shoe
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Silex Lace Climbing Shoe by Boreal
Boreal packed the Silex Climbing Shoe with plenty of comfort for multi-pitches filled with cracks, slabs, and the occasional scummy foothold. Its breathable and padded Air Net lining gives cushy feel every time you jam your foot in a crack, and there's an EVA anti-shock heel for extra comfort. Boreal's Integrated Rand System stabilizes the heel for face and slab moves. The FS-Quattro rubber sole offers long-lasting abrasion-resistance, and the split leather upper stretch for a glove-like fit.

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SKU: BRF000B
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