Tenaya Inti Climbing Shoe

Tenaya Inti Climbing Shoe
Tenaya Inti Climbing Shoe
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Inti Climbing Shoe by Tenaya
Crafted in southern Spain and made available for the first time in the US, the Tenaya Inti Climbing Shoe combines comfort and ease of use with the precise performance required by difficult climbs. The SXR Dynamics Technology in the sole helps balance power and precision with comfort, the hook-and-loop straps make it easy to pop the shoe on and off between burns, and the Vibram XS Grip rubber sticks to the poorest footholds.

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SKU: TNY0001
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