Ocun Ozone Climbing Shoe - Women's

Ocun Ozone Climbing Shoe - Women's
Ocun Ozone Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Ozone Climbing Shoe - Women's by Ocun
The high-performance Women's Ozone Climbing Shoe from Ocun is designed for technically demanding moves and routes. It is constructed with a unique, patented 3-Force System design which increases torsion stability to enable you to confidently stand on small holds and ledges. The shoe's highly asymmetrical design and grippy Vibram rubber enhances this confidence to get you through your project. An improved heel design and split sole allow you to heel hook and perform technically demanding moves while the 3D Fit Middle midsole provides you with a great fit for higher control throughout your climbs.

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SKU: OCN002K
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