La Sportiva Mythos Eco Climbing Shoe

La Sportiva Mythos Eco Climbing Shoe
La Sportiva Mythos Eco Climbing Shoe
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Mythos Eco Climbing Shoe by La Sportiva
The Men's Mythos Eco Climbing Shoe is basically the same shoe that crack and multi-pitch climbers have come to love for the past generation, but La Sportiva made 95% of it out of eco-friendly materials. The biodegradable leather upper comes from Idro-Perwanger's metal-free tannery to reduce impacts on the environment, and La Sportiva's Eco rubber is 100% recycled.

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SKU: LSP00D1
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