Butora Endeavor Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit - Women's

Butora Endeavor Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit - Women's
Butora Endeavor Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit - Women's
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Endeavor Climbing Shoe - Wide Fit - Women's by Butora
An all-arounder, the Butora Women's Wide Fit Endeavor Climbing Shoe feels good on intermediate gym routes, sport crags, and most multi-pitches. Butora shaped this shoe with slight asymmetry and a subtle downturn to help boost your morale on any climb you encounter. The Endeavor's construction includes a moisture-managing German split-leather upper, stretch-reducing PU strips, and an odor-resisting hemp lining. Updates for this year include Poron's padding at the breathable mesh tongue for more comfort in cracks. Underfoot, the Endeavor features a stiff midsole to ensure structure on dime-sized edges, and Butora's butyl F5 rubber sole sticks to slabs and edges equally for smearing or toe-powering.

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