Mad Rock Haywire Climbing Shoe

Mad Rock Haywire Climbing Shoe
Mad Rock Haywire Climbing Shoe
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Haywire Climbing Shoe by Mad Rock
With one of the softest uppers in the climbing shoe game, the Mad Rock Haywire Climbing Shoe will keep you training and sending in comfort. The FloKnit upper conforms to your foot like a sock while the Science Friction 3. 0 Rubber underfoot provides the power you need. The one-piece, molded toe box enhanced durability as it won't delaminate at the tip like many down-turned shoes. Speaking of downturn, the Haywire has an aggressive profile, yet it's balanced out by the ease of flexing the shoe to create a more comfortable experience in an aggressive shoe.

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SKU: MRC001Z
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