Beta Eco Women
Beta Eco Wmns is constructed using recycled materials wherever possible in an effort to lead the way for environmentally sustainable climbing shoes. Aimed at newer climbers who predominantly climb on indoor walls, the Beta Eco offers the same superb breathability, comfort and performance as the regular Beta in a more environmentally sustainable package. Beta Eco is ideal for novice climbers, as a training pair for more experienced climbers and anyone who wants to minimise their environmental impact.
With an upper constructed from a recycled, highly breathable knitted textile, Beta Eco has a great next-to-skin feel. The last shape is symmetric and flat with a concaved midsole to place toes into a comfortable yet precise position. The medium tension low volume heel helps introduce a more technical fit, and allows more advanced techniques using the heel to be used.
Underneath, Beta Eco features extensive use of recycled Eco rubber, with Zenith Quattro used on the climbing zones to maintain the high performance edging support and long-lasting friction.
Beta Eco is a highly versatile shoe which could be sized for comfort on multi-pitch or all day climbing, or sized tightly for higher performance and training.
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|Weight|| 426 g|
Size 4 (UK) single : 213 g / 7.5 oz
|Closure Type||2 Velcro closures|
UK sizes 2-5.5, including half sizes.|
|Best Use (Highest Performance)||All-around|
|Tongue Details||not provided by the brand|
|Last Details|| Shape: Flat (comfort)|
Construction: Slip Lasted
not provided by the brand
|Upper Material||not provided by the brand Recycled textile|
|Midsole Material||not provided by the brand pecial anti-deformation recycled midsole|
|Sole Material|| not provided by the brand
4-4.5mm BOREAL® Zenith Quattro™ (thickness depending on size)
Rand: not provided by the brand
|Footbed Lining|| |
The Beta - and the Beta Eco - are a comfortable and competitively priced shoe that would be ideal either for the beginner just starting out, or as an indoor training shoe for the more experienced climber looking for comfort. Whilst the Quattro rubber might not be quite so sticky, what it lacks in that little bit of grip it makes up for in durability, which could - if you're using them frequently indoors - be of use to make the shoes last longer. If you've been climbing a little longer, or want something more performance oriented, you might find the rubber a little more limiting, although it is - as always - a case of weighing up priorities.