So Ill Holds Runner Climbing Shoe

So Ill Holds Runner Climbing Shoe
So Ill Holds Runner Climbing Shoe
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Runner Climbing Shoe by So Ill Holds
Sprint up the hardest routes and boulders at the gym wearing So Ill's brilliantly blue Runner Climbing Shoe. This shoe sports a moderate downturn with thin midsole so your toes can feel the subtlest jibs on vertical to overhung climbs. Its Dark Matter rubber comes from So Ill's Unparallel Rubber family, which the Navy Seals use for reliable traction during covert missions, and its non-marking convenience ensures long-lasting durability. The synthetic upper features a padded tongue, and since it won't stretch much, So Ill recommends sizing this shoe like a regular street shoe.

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SKU: SIH001N
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