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Evolv Ashima Climbing Shoe
  • Evolv Ashima Climbing Shoe
  • Evolv Ashima Climbing Shoe
  • Evolv Ashima Climbing Shoe
  • Evolv Ashima Climbing Shoe
  • Evolv Ashima Climbing Shoe




My vote: None ( 5.9 avg )


• Anatomical, Molded Heal
• No Midsole

Non-stop research and development with the strongest female climber has created next level performance, uncompromising precision and raised the bar for climbing shoes. The Ashima features an aggresive downturned shape and a completely new anatomically molded heal, coupled with an ultra sensitive sole to truly feel and stay connected to the rock.

Retail price

US$ 120.00

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Weight ­
Closure Type Lace
Gender Unisex
Volume Average
Sizing Information ­­ Image icon Evolv-Shoe-Size-Chart.jpg
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Best Use (Highest Performance) Sport / Face
Asymmetry Aggressive
Last Details Shape: Downturned (performance)
Upper Material ­Leather
Midsole Material ­No Midsole
Sole Material 4.2 mm TRAX® High Friction Rubber, 2 piece outsole
Rand: VTR rand (thicker front toe area)
Footbed Lining

Non-Stretch Fabric Liner

Trax® Rubber Technology

Trax® Rubber

TRAX XT® high friction rubber is formulated to be the highest performing rubber on the market. TRAX-XT®has a perfect balance of high friction and edging power on different types of rock and plastic holds while performing consistently over a wide range of temperatures.
VTR3D Technology


With VTR3D, the “high wear” zone of the rand is thicker, while low wear areas are kept thin to reduce pressure points and hot spots around your foot.
Evolv Ashima Shoe

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Outdoor Gear Lab Gear Review rating 5/5

The new Evolv Ashima is a shoe for the specialist - a kid who is pushing his or her limits in the gym, crag, or boulder field. Those who are just out to climb casually might find them overkill and expensive, but to the climber who needs high performance, this shoe should fit the bill. The downturned La Sportiva Maverink slipper, with its no edge technology, is another great choice worth looking into if high performance is an important characteristic.