Tenaya Masai Climbing Shoe

Tenaya Masai Climbing Shoe
Tenaya Masai Climbing Shoe
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Masai Climbing Shoe by Tenaya
When a route requires you to stand on delicate smears, micro edges, and shallow pockets all in the same pitch, turn to the best-selling Tenaya Masai Climbing Shoe. The ideal blend of stiffness and sensitivity allows the shoe to confidently perform on a wide range of angles and hold types while the proven Vibram XS Grip rubber sticks to the most marginal of foot holds.

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SKU: TNY0002
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