Tenaya Tarifa Climbing Shoe

Tenaya Tarifa Climbing Shoe
Tenaya Tarifa Climbing Shoe
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Tarifa Climbing Shoe by Tenaya
When you need that extra something to tackle your latest steep project, lace up the Tarifa Climbing Shoes from Tenaya and get ready to crush some rock. These mid-stiff shoes feature a microfiber upper and a cotton lining that's been given a TXT treatment to help with moisture management and comfort. The Speed Lace system makes taking these on and off easy. Vibram XS Grip rubber helps you stick to steep terrain but can also stick to tiny holds and vertical edging when necessary.

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SKU: TNY0006
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