So Ill Holds Kick LV Climbing Shoe

So Ill Holds Kick LV Climbing Shoe
So Ill Holds Kick LV Climbing Shoe
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Kick LV Climbing Shoe by So Ill Holds
So Ill's Kick LV Climbing Shoes accommodate climbers with skinnier feet. The Kick sports a moderately stiff, slighty asymmetrical, and subtle arch suitable for intermediates looking to step up their game on harder boulders, and possibly venture outside the gym. Its Dark Matter rubber comes from So Ill's UnParallel Rubber family, which the US Navy Seals used for reliable traction during covert missions. Plus, the rubber's non-marking properties ensure long-lasting durability. Although the leather upper stretches overtime, So Ill recommends you get the same size as your street shoe.

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