La Sportiva Solution Comp Climbing Shoe

La Sportiva Solution Comp Climbing Shoe
La Sportiva Solution Comp Climbing Shoe
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Solution Comp Climbing Shoe by La Sportiva
La Sportiva's Solution has been solving climbing's most complicated problems for over a decade, and the Solution Comp Climbing Shoe showcases the first significant redesign since its inception. More rubber around the toe is the most obvious update, but despite all the extra rubber, the Solution Comp feels significantly softer and more sensitive than the original Solution for a better performance out of the box. It still retains the same aggressive profile, Vibram's XS Grip 2 rubber, and La Sportiva's original P3 Power Platform, but the enhanced softness and sensitivity ensure a greater performance for modern, competition climbing.

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