Butora Sensa Climbing Shoe

Butora Sensa Climbing Shoe
Butora Sensa Climbing Shoe
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Sensa Climbing Shoe by Butora
The Butora Sensa Climbing Shoe has all the flexibility and comfort of a slipper, but with a downturned shape and incredibly responsive feel. Butora employed softer rubber at the midfoot to allow your foot to move and flex naturally, which increases comfort, especially on longer climbs, and added a toe cap midsole to prevent your toe from pushing past the front edge of the shoe when you're really toeing down. The heel cup is slightly rounded, with a cap for better power and durability, while the toe features softer rubber to maintain flexibility without compromising grip. Perhaps the most unique feature of the Sensa is the upper. It's constructed from a synthetic woven knit material that is Butora's solution to the premature wear that you normally see in elastic-upper slippers. This upper is incredibly breathable, and holds its shape over time because it's woven as opposed to die cut.

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