Climbing shoes

Succeed better with climbing ascents

Modern climbing shoes have truly not more much in common with the clunky shoe apparel from our past. And yet, climbers needed not only equipment, but also good quality has always been for use on the rocks. So the first hiking boots were still chunky leather shoes with a solid rubber sole and ankle protection, to hedge against the crash fixed hemp ropes were a stable shaft and not rarely the cohesion of the community was the real reason for successful ascents. Today, climbing shoes have been improved significantly compared to earlier. So, they have become easier, through the use of better materials also breathable. The sole is made of high quality rubber and climbers to find optimum grip on the rock. The range of models is enormous, climbing shoes are designed for virtually every area of application.

You will find a wide selection of climbing shoes that will inspire you

regardless of whether you on foot in hiking boots want to find on your rock or prefer lighter shoes, with us. For us is not just quality that will give you good service at the sport, we also rely on a sporty design that will delight even the most demanding customers. Your needs on climbing shoes are high and yet so different as the terrain that you will be beat. Therefore an extremely flexible sole, require a good feeling when you’re climbing, soon venture into steep rocks and put on a good shoes for optimal grip even in extreme situations or start an expedition to impressive heights – for any terrain are for us the best climbing shoes to choose from. But even if you plan your trip on a glacier, no cold toes in our heat-insulated climbing shoes you get so fast.

In this category you will find our best climbing shoes that can be worn both when climbing the mountain. While climbing it’s especially good grip, offer these special shoes through the excellent friction. Climbing shoes are extremely versatile and suitable for rock and alpine climbing just as well as for bouldering and indoor climbing. The special feature of these shoes is the soft and flexible sole and a pronounced bias. The shoe so strengthened the power of the toes and allows a significantly better adhesion on the rocks (or indoors) the climber.

In our offer you will find comfortable shoes with laces, but also with Velcro. Both types of closures allow you to customize the shoe to the foot and to ensure a high comfort during simultaneous stability. Important: Climbing shoes should be as closely as possible to the foot and sit as tightly as possible. Many materials can expand, this should already be aware at the time of purchase and half a number less than take the shoes, maybe. There are shoes in many cheerful colorful colours and designs. No matter what color you prefer, we have it in our range. Climbing shoes in red, yellow and Orange are particularly popular this year.

Numerous climbing shoes for a firm hold on the slope

Appropriate and high-quality climbing shoes are the most important for every climber. Since the main work is done with the feet and to support and advance essential, is the most important aspect of the fitting accuracy and suitability for climbing. You will find a variety of high-quality climbing with us. A visit is worthwhile and will show you a large amount of climbing shoes that are of excellent quality and condition.

Climbing shoes have an optimum grip and a non-slip sole. The grip is important not to slip while climbing. A good climbing shoe is striking not only for the support of a climber, but also ensures the usage of different climbing techniques. Despite enormous grip of the sole, this is soft when climbing because the shoes must convey a sense of the underground and must not inhibit the Bodenfühligkeit of the carrier. Climbing shoes are closely tailored to achieve an absolute comfort and a feeling for the shoe. To footwear is not suitable for climbing, because these have a feel for the ground.

Climbing shoes are optimized for the important feel of the substrate under the sole and ensure full mobility of the foot at the climbing convincing is the optimum quality and you can choose from many designs and colours in our extensive range of climbing shoes.

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Five Ten Anasazi Guide Climbing Shoe

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Five Ten Anasazi VCS Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Anasazi VCS Climbing Shoe

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Scarpa Instinct S Climbing Shoe

Scarpa Instinct S Climbing Shoe

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Red Chili Matador VCR Climbing Shoe

Red Chili Matador VCR Climbing Shoe

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La Sportiva Miura VS Vibram XS Grip2 Climbing Shoe

La Sportiva Miura VS Vibram XS Grip2 Climbing Shoe

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