La Sportiva Gripit Climbing Shoe - Kids'

La Sportiva Gripit Climbing Shoe - Kids'
La Sportiva Gripit Climbing Shoe - Kids'
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Gripit Climbing Shoe - Kids' by La Sportiva
Your child's dedication to ascending every tree in the neighborhood leads you to believe that someone needs proper training before an accident happens. Your child's safety comes first after all, and while you'd rather have those little feet stay near the ground, you can't stick around all the time to make sure that happens. So send your little tyke to the climbing gym for after-school classes. There are rentals, but the La Sportiva Kids' Gripit Climbing Shoe is a much safer option. It's one of the first child-specific climbing shoe to have a thoughtful design that won't interfere with growing metatarsals, sensory development, and proprioception. The Gripit also features La Sportiva's innovative No-Edge technology that adds surface area and grip; it's important that your child climbs with the best, just in case someone goes pro.

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SKU: LSP00DP
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