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So Ill Holds - The One Climbing Shoe

So Ill Holds The One Climbing Shoe

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Tech Specs

Upper Material:
synthetic
Closure:
lace
Midsole:
medium stiffness
Rubber:
Dark Matter
Last:
flat
Asymmetrical Curvature:
aggressive
Recommended Use:
sport climbing
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years

The red route, or the blue route?

One leads up an enlightened onsight, while the other entraps you in frustrated in a false sense of hope that you'll ascend into reality one day; either way, the So Ill Men's The One Climbing Shoe is the right tool for the job. So Ill designed this shoe with a seamless upper made out of vegan-friendly materials. It has a flat last, slightly stiff sole, and aggressive heel that balances between beginner-friendly comfort and expertise edging. If you get scared, just remember that there is no spoon.

  • Climbing shoe designed for beginning and expert gym climbers
  • Flat last with stiff sole for beginner-friendly comfort
  • Aggressive heel cup enhanced edging for intermediate routes
  • Seamless upper with padded tongue for comfort
  • Dark Matter rubber designed for the Navy Seals
  • Vegan-friendly construction

Good fit and stick well, but warm

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been looking for a pair of shoes that would replace my Evolv Bandits (I won't wear leather climbing shoes). These shoes fit great. I used the fit recommendations on their website (which are climbing rating based). I haven't had a chance to try them outdoor yet, but indoor the rubber feels just as good as Evolv trax rubber. They are a bit warmer than I'd like. It seems like the liner is the reason they are warm, but the liner keeps them from feeling slimy.
Edit: I've used them outside now on basalt (at Diablo Canyon in NM), and they stick really well to tiny basalt edges. I almost feel like it sticks better than evolv trax rubber, but I haven't had a chance to do a 1:1 comparison yet.

Happy to hear these are working well for you! It's nice to hear that So Ill has a good sizing guide for their shoes as well!