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Red Chili - Voltage Climbing Shoe

Red Chili Voltage Climbing Shoe

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$69.95 $159.95

Item #RDC000J

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  • US 7.0/UK 6.0
  • US 13.0/UK 12.0

Tech Specs

Upper Material:
dual hook-and-loop
[footbed] leather
Vibram XS Grip
Asymmetrical Curvature:
Recommended Use:

Voltage Climbing Shoe

You dream every single move on your projects, and with the Red Chili Men's Voltage Climbing Shoe, you might finally have what it takes to send... maybe. Add the grit you have to muster to take on the route's longest runout, as well as the grip required to stick edges and overhung holds, and maybe you'll actually crush it next time. Red Chili's master shaper Stefan Glowacz designed the Voltage with a harmonious blend of volume, downturn, and precision so you can progress like never before.

  • Crank up the climbing grades with this aggressive shoe
  • Powerful downturn and wide volume assure comfort on difficult climbs
  • Performance fit heel with Dual VCR closure for a secure fit
  • Vibram XS Grip offers extreme edging and solid gripping on overhangs

Runs small, Toe Issues

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

They fitting runs a little small, and overall, the toe had some durability issues. Great beginning shoe though for any climber just getting into the swing of things.

Best aggressive I've found.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 37

These were my second or third pair of aggressive shoes that I've tried but the first that I will actually keep until I blow through them. They are SO comfortable. I even sized down. I usually wear a street shoe women's 8 and these I sized to be a 7.5 and they still feel awesome. They were a little tight when I first got them but now they've formed to my feet for great performance. I really like the downturn on these and the velcro closure. The only critique I have is that the straps are really long, but that doesn't affect performance at all, they just hang low.

Oh, hey.

Slipper feel, talon performance

    My initial impression when sizing up a half size from my street shoe was, this is extremely comfortably... Almost too comfortable. As I continued to climb in it, I realize I had sized it just right. For reference I'm an 11.5 street shoe, and a 12 was my ideal fit for a great climbing experience... I dont like wearing painful shoes yet.

    I liked the edgy toe work and precision that I had in this shoe, but it would not be a great option for technical slab.

    My friend that normally wears a size 12, said that a 12 was just too tight on his feet as well.

    Slipper feel, talon performance

    Toe Doesn't Last

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The big toe didn't last very long, maybe a month and a half of 4-5 days a week inside and out, bouldering and route climbing. Holes in the rubber on both toes, too bad because they are a good fit and preform well. Not durable.

    Get Jacked UP.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I've got wider feet and these things fit super well!

    They feel similar to a boostic from Scarpa but fit better because of the wider toe box. They have a solid feel to them on small holds and the vibram is really nice.

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    Climbing Footwear
    3.5 4 35 2.5
    4 4.5 35.5 3
    4.5 5 36 3.5
    5 5.5 37 4
    5.5 6 37.5 4.5
    6 6.5 38 5
    6.5 7 38.5 5.5
    7 7.5 39 6
    7.5 8 40 6.5
    8 8.5 40.5 7
    8.5 9 41 7.5
    9 9.5 42 8
    9.5 10 42.5 8.5
    10 10.5 43 9
    10.5 11 44 9.5
    11 11.5 44.5 10
    11.5 12 45 10.5
    12   45.5 11
    12.5   46 11.5
    13   47 12
    13.5   47.5 12.5
    14   48 13
    15   49 14
    16   51 15