Evolv e Defy VTR Climbing Shoes-Gray-12

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Evolv e Defy VTR Climbing Shoes-Gray-12 - Evolve Defy VTR Climbing Shoes - Defy VTR Climbing Shoes by Evolv are the perfect entry point to quality high performance climbing shoes. An outstanding training shoe, the Defy VTR is a top selling climbing shoe in the USA. With a plush bedroom slipper feel and comfort for extended wearing and soft mid-sole and sensitivity for feeling the rock and smearing. The Defy VTR provides comfort, great fit, and sensitivity to climbers of all levels. If you are looking for the perfect high quality shoe for your first climbing adventure, look no further than the Defy VTR Climbing Shoes by Evolv.


  • Nylon lining


  • MX-P 1mm sensitive half-length mid-sole


  • Synthetic upper


  • 7.5 oz average weight
  • 4.2mm TRAX high friction rubber sole
  • VTR rand - thicker front toe area
  • Asymmetrical profile
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This is the first shoe I bought for rock climbing and I used it exclusively for gym bouldering plus a little bit of outdoor bouldering. This shoe is fantastic for beginner climbers who are looking for a more comfort-based shoe rather than performance-based, so it can be used for longer climbs as well. The rubber isn't super sticky but still retains its tack after months and months of usage, but the shoe does stretch out about a half size, even though it is synthetic leather. There's no point in getting uncomfortable shoes if you are just starting out, so I recommend getting your street shoe size or a half size bigger. You can always go up an additional half size or so for comfort, but keep in mind that after a few months you will need new shoes because your shoes will be too loose.
Timothy Wang at OutdoorPlay.com on 02/11/2013
I couldn't be more happy; I am quite a beginner (5.9, some 5.10), the shoe is comfortable but still gives me a lot more than the rental shoes. There is nothing much else to say that you cannot find in a review on line, only that I bought a 10 because I tried them in a store, with a sock. Maybe, if I went back I would try the 9.5. Bottom line: try them without socks if you can.
M. Donato at OutdoorPlay.com on 02/11/2013