Mad Rock Remora Climbing Shoe

Mad Rock Remora Climbing Shoe
Mad Rock Remora Climbing Shoe
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Remora Climbing Shoe by Mad Rock
The Remora Climbing Shoe is Mad Rock's do-it-all slipper for climbers who can't have separate shoes for boulders, sport routes, and gyms. With a moderately stiff, slightly downturned design, the Remora performs on any climb at steep to vertical angles. Science Friction rubber edges on jibs with ease, and it encapsulates the forefoot for toe-hooking prowess. The SynFlex upper conforms to your foot without much stretch.

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SKU: MRC001A
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