With an aggressive asymmetry, Butora's Tight Fit Acro Climbing Shoe dominates steep sport routes and technical boulder problems. This downturned shoe provides a slipper-like fit for narrower footed rock warriors (look to the orange Acro if you have wide feet) thanks to the stretchy, padded, mesh tongue and Butora's unique triple fork hook-and-loop strap. The Acro encapsulates your foot in German split-leather for moisture management, and the polyurethane strip works with the extended toe rubber to reduce stretching. The extended toe rubber also assists with toe hooking and the occasion crack climb, if sized slightly looser. Underfoot, the Acro features a 3D injection molded midsole that stays stiff at the downturned toe for a long-lasting agro performance, and it stays slightly softer and the arch and heel to assist in less-overhung routes. Butora shaped the butyl Butora F5 rubber sole with sharp corners for toeing on microscopic crystals and side-stepping imaginary edges.
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Butora Acro Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit
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