Butora Endeavor Tight Fit Climbing Shoe

Butora Endeavor Tight Fit Climbing Shoe
Butora Endeavor Tight Fit Climbing Shoe
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Endeavor Tight Fit Climbing Shoe by Butora
You could be jamming crack one day and bouldering the next, and the Butora Men's Tight Fit Endeavor Climbing Shoe will still be underfoot. An all-arounder, the Endeavor feels good on multi-pitches, intermediate boulder problems, and most gym routes. Butora built this shoe with a moisture-managing German split-leather upper, stretch-reducing PU strips, and an odor-resisting hemp lining. The Endeavor's 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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SKU: BTA0005
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