La Sportiva Skwama Climbing Shoe - Women's

La Sportiva Skwama Climbing Shoe - Women's
La Sportiva Skwama Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Skwama Climbing Shoe - Women's by La Sportiva
The Women's Skwama Climbing Shoe is La Sportiva's high-performance slipper for competitive bouldering and technical sport climbing. P3 technology applies a Permanent Power Platform that ensures the Skwama's downturn stays aggressive from its first climb to the last. The S-Heel construction optimizes fit for superior heel hooking, and Vibram's XS Edge sole sharpens the sides for ideal edging, slicing, and dicing. This shoe's soft midsole enhances sensitivity when you're feeling out microscopic footholds. La Sportiva styled the Skwama's upper with laser-cut leather and microfiber reinforcements that reduce stretch.

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SKU: LSP00GU
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