Red Chili Sausalito Climbing Shoe

Red Chili Sausalito Climbing Shoe
Red Chili Sausalito Climbing Shoe
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Sausalito Climbing Shoe by Red Chili
The Red Chili Men's Sausalito Climbing Shoe is an excellent choice for long multi-pitches with challenging grades intermixed. An EasyFit last designs this shoe with a wide heel to ensure all-day comfort, and the supportive midsole provides the performance suitable for cracks, slabs, and vertical face climbs. Red Chili added ImpactZone EVA at the heel for cushioned comfort, and the RX3 Rubber sole gives a long-lasting performance. The leather upper has an internal lining to reduce stretching.

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