La Sportiva Futura Climbing Shoe

La Sportiva Futura Climbing Shoe
La Sportiva Futura Climbing Shoe
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Futura Climbing Shoe by La Sportiva
Gone are the days of wool socks in bulky, blocky, leather climbing shoes--for the most part, anyway--the contemporary climber is sporty, strong, and ready to tackle climbs that were unimaginable a decade ago. The Futura Climbing Shoe is La Sportiva's choice for demanding, technical, and revolutionary ascents ranging from overhung boulder problems to strong sport routes or even technical traditional lines. Featuring La Sportiva's No Edge technology, this aggressively downturned, highly asymmetrical climbing shoe feels extremely sensitive so you can feel for the largest, microscopic footholds on any given rock climb. It also features La Sportiva's P3 Technology to retain the shoe's aggressive downturn and high asymmetry for the shoe's life.

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SKU: LSP00GO
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