Butora Libra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit - Women's

Butora Libra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit - Women's
Butora Libra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit - Women's
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Libra Climbing Shoe - Tight Fit - Women's by Butora
Unlike all some less colorful climbing shoes, the Butora Women's Tight Fit Libra Climbing Shoe stands out with a delicate pink and tie-dye upper, but it's much more than a pretty face. A low asymmetry keeps the Libra comfy for multi-pitch climbs, and its tight fit and moderately stiff midsole assure the precision and support that beginners need at the gym. Its leather upper stretches to conform to your foot shape; although, Butora recommends you size up a full size from your street shoe size. Butora lined the Libra in organic hemp for odor control, breathability, and a soft feel. The split leather footbed enhances moisture management, and the butyl Butora rubber sole assures super sticky traction to prevent slippage.

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SKU: BTA000B
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