Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe - Women's

Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe - Women's
Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Hiangle Climbing Shoe - Women's by Five Ten
Powerfully pink, the Five Ten Women's Hiangle Climbing Shoe is aggressively downturned to optimize your performance on overhung boulders and demanding routes. Despite its aggression, the Hiangle is a slightly comfier option than most downturned shoes. Its leather upper is unlined to allow customized stretching, and a single-strand hook-and-loop strap gives that quick-and-secure on-and-off that boulderers look for. This climbing shoe features Five Ten's original Stealth C4 rubber covering a moderately stiff platform that allows a technical performance on vertical, crimpy routes as well as overhangs.

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SKU: FVT000O
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