La Sportiva Katana Lace Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe

La Sportiva Katana Lace Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe
La Sportiva Katana Lace Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe
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Katana Lace Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe by La Sportiva
La Sportiva's Katana Lace Climbing Shoe might be one of the most versatile shoes out there. Sized appropriately, the Katana can jam up a finger crack, smear up a slab, or edge through an overhung sport climb. It styles a permanent moderate downturn--thanks to La Sportiva's P3 technology--and lower asymmetry for a balance between high performance and a comfier feel. Vibram's XS Edge rubber has a harder compound than Vibram's Grip, and it ensures long-lasting traction suitable for granite slabs, sandstone smears, and limestone edging.

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SKU: LSP0165
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