La Sportiva Finale Climbing Shoe - Women's

La Sportiva Finale Climbing Shoe - Women's
La Sportiva Finale Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Finale Climbing Shoe - Women's by La Sportiva
Before pro climbers crushed gnarly problems at the competitions that inspired you to start climbing, they were learning how to send in a pair very similar to the La Sportiva Women's Finale Climbing Shoe. This beginner-styled shoe features La Sportiva's long-lasting P3 Permanent Power Platform to keep you climbing in this pair for seasons. Its tensioned heel rand and power hinge ensures a high-end edging performance that legendary climbers could appreciate. The Vibram XS Edge sole is La Sportiva's go-to rubber, for even the most aggressive climbing shoes, and the LaspoFlex midsole is neither too soft nor too stiff, but juuuuust right.

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SKU: LSP008Y
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