So Ill Holds x TOMS Collab Street Climbing Shoe

So Ill Holds x TOMS Collab Street Climbing Shoe
So Ill Holds x TOMS Collab Street Climbing Shoe
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x TOMS Collab Street Climbing Shoe by So Ill Holds
So Ill styled the x TOMS Street Climbing Shoe with TOMS footwear for an original style. This shoe has the same design as the original Street Climbing Shoe, which is So Ill's most aggressive, downturned shoe for the gym's hardest boulder problems and routes. An ultra-thin midsole gives this shoe superior softness for feeling the smallest jibs on the wall. 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 has a padded tongue for comfort, and since it doesn't stretch much, So Ill recommends sizing the shoe similarly to your regular street shoe.

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SKU: SIH002B
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