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Anasazi Velcro (Manufacturer link) popular Average Rating = 4.57/5 Average Rating : 4.57/5

In: Gear: Shoes: Climbing Shoes: Velcro

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: climbsomething, 2003-05-14


A great shoe for bouldering and sport, indoor and out. I wore these shoes to death. Precise and good stiffness for edging and pointing. Works best on vertical and steep face climbing. Size these shoes tight, but not so tight that your hair curls, since they don't stretch much. Not as versatile as their lace-up counterparts.


Anasazi Lace-Up Blanco Rock Shoes (Manufacturer link) popular Average Rating = 4.62/5 Average Rating : 4.62/5

In: Gear: Shoes: Climbing Shoes: Lace Up

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: climbsomething, 2003-05-14


An outstanding all-around shoe with plenty of sensitivity and precision. Allows you to smear up slabs and edge up dead vertical, lets you toe in on pockets, dangle on steeps, trad, sport, whatever suits you. I find these shoes more comfortable than their velcro cousins, but then, I also got these a half size bigger :P


Ocun Mystic, 60 x 10.5, std. (Manufacturer link) Average Rating = 3.33/5 Average Rating : 3.33/5

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Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: climbsomething, 2003-05-07


Inexpensive but hardly a spool of bailing twine. This supple rope has great handling and performs just as well as the pricier ropes.


Enduro (Manufacturer link) Average Rating = 3.69/5 Average Rating : 3.69/5

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: climbsomething, 2003-05-06


Outstanding value. Easy to clip and unclip.


Tikka Average Rating = 4.20/5 Average Rating : 4.20/5

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: climbsomething, 2003-05-06


Compact, light, durable, and long-lasting light and battery life. Does not move up and down (would be nice) and a little pricey, relatively, but a good basic unit. Recommended.

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