• Slight "Knuckle Box"
• "Love Bump" midsole
• Dual hook and loop closure system
The Supra is developed on a newly shaped slightly cambered assymetric last which provides great control on micro edges and bad footholds. It's the perfect down-cambered, powerful shoe that doesn't sacrifice stiffness or comfort. It's three strap closure system, side-pressure relief rand, and toe hooking rubber patch make it the ultimate balance of security, comfort, and performance.
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|Weight|| 269 g|
Single : 269 g / 9.5 oz (Size 9)
US Men sizes : 4-13.5, including half sizes|
|Best Use (Highest Performance)||
Sport / Face
|Last Details|| Shape: Arched (technical)|
|Upper Material||Synthetic (Synthratek VX upper)|
|Midsole Material||1.6 mm MX-P: Full-length Midsole|
|Sole Material|| 4.2 mm TRAX® High Friction rubber|
Rand: VTR rand (thicker at toe)
|Footbed Lining|| |
The Evolv Supra offers a nice blend of performance and comfort, perfect for intermediate sport climbers (those looking to progress through the 5.10 to 5.11+/5.12- grades), or advanced climbers who want a more comfortable shoe for the gym or casual cragging. The Supra’s shape strikes a nice balance between precision and comfort, and the new TRAX XE rubber seems to be able to handle granite and limestone as well as other medium-firm rubbers on the market. That said, the Supra isn’t for everyone. Trad climbers might want more room in the top of the toe box, less downturn, or both, and sport climbers or boulderers looking for a shoe for the hardest routes and problems should check out more aggressive, specialized options. But for the intermediate-to-advanced climber looking for a competent face-climbing shoe with a pretty comfortable fit, the Evolv Supra is worth a look.