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 The Tiger is not imported to the US. Sadly, this shoe is not available in the US and we have limited ability to track where else in the world it's sold (sorry!). When we know more info, we'll post it here.

Garra Tiger Climbing Shoe




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Multi-purpose. Technical edging. Absolute precision, technical and very comfortable. It used by expert climbers in vertical and difficult walls, and in long routes too. Tiger is valued by its big features and comfortable in boulder and climbing areas. Anatomic sole with features our advanced cushioning system (SAI) to minimize jumps and falls. Such a technical last together good adherence from its Vibram vamp sole.

Weight ­
Closure Type Velcro
Gender Unisex
Volume ­
Sizing Information European sizes 34-50, including half sizes.

When choosing your climbing shoes, try the slippers in both foot, well tighten the laces (or Velcro bands) exerting pressure in each foot at a time, leaned against a fixed obstacle or foothold. Should fit tight and comfortable, but not painful, in order to reduce toe injuries. You will obtain...

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Best Use (Highest Performance) Sport / Face
Asymmetry Aggressive
Last Details Shape: Downturned (performance)
Construction: Slip Lasted
Upper Material ­Vegetable-tanned suede split
Midsole Material ­
Sole Material ­Vibram Vamp­
Footbed Lining

TST Microcotton full

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( 4 avg )
( 4 avg )

Great value shoes

Fits my feet like a glove (2,5 sizes under)
Nice colors too
Nice secure edging, quite stiff but good for bouldering too
It losses its downturn shape quite quickly (~2 months for me) with intensive use
Some friends of mine with smaller feet found them umcomfortable (depends on feet)
I’ve used it a ton

Bought these pés-de-gato (cats feet (rock shoes)) two years ago and have used them almost all that time, 

The first thing to mention is they were my first climbing shoes, I think they are the perfect ones for beginners, cheap (under 50€ here (portugal)) and they really last a long time, mostly I do edging and overhanging climbs and the rubber at the tips has worn away significantly however you can still get use out of them as pretty much all the rest of the shoe is as good as in the beginning apart from being softer and way less down turned, it's just under flat.

The lacing system works great to tighten up the shoe in the mid section, I recommend getting as small a number you can manage if you're sports climbing, bouldering or pretty much anything other than long or multi pitch routes as the toes and heel (especially the heel) need to fit snug via the elasticity of the shoe.

I wear them so tight sometimes o forget to use the Velcro.