If you can't send steep projects in the Red Chili Men's Voltage LV Climbing Shoe, then maybe you need to go back to the gym. This is Red Chili's most aggressive climbing shoe made for climbers with lower volume feet. Its Vibram XS Grip rubber has a softer texture to grip rock a little better than rubbers with heavier densities. The result is a shoe you can rely on when you come across greasy footholds, or you have to pretend there's a foothold where there really isn't one. Red Child's Tension midsole makes sure the Voltage stays aggressive from first climb to last.
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