Tenaya RA Climbing Shoe

Tenaya RA Climbing Shoe
Tenaya RA Climbing Shoe
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RA Climbing Shoe by Tenaya
Instead of having to pack three different pairs of climbing shoes, pull on the Tenaya RA Climbing Shoe for confident performance on everything from technical face climbs to steep boulder problems. Crafted in Spain and made available for the first time in the US, this shoe features an ideal blend of stiffness and sensitivity for all-around performance and has convenient hook-and-loop straps for easy on and off.

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SKU: TNY0003
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