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Butora Acro Comp Wide Fit Climbing Shoe
  • Butora Acro Comp Wide Fit Climbing Shoe
  • Butora Acro Comp Wide Fit Climbing Shoe
  • Butora Acro Comp Wide Fit Climbing Shoe

Acro Comp Wide Fit


My vote: None ( 3.8 avg )


The Butora Acro Comp is a comfortable down-turned performance climbing shoe wrapped in our NEO Fuse sticky rubber that is best suited for steep sport climbing and bouldering and particularly gym climbing. Acro Comp is the same great Acro but in a much softer version. From toe hooks to heel hooks, edges and volumes, the Acro Comp will help you send your hardest project in the gym in comfort right out of the box. Some of the features found on the Acro Comp include:

  • Large thin sticky rubber toe patch for excellent sensitivity and grip while toe hooking
  • Adjustable, signature triple fork closure system for quick on off and the perfect fit
  • New and improved heel randing system that incorporates a 3D molded heel cup improves comfort and fit.

Acro Comp comes in two colors (each a different width) the wide version of the Acro is Black. The narrow version of the Acro Comp is Neon Pink. It fits similar to most peoples street shoe sizes (results may vary). Size down a 1/2 size from your street shoe size for an aggressive fit. Fits the same as original Acro.

Retail price

US$ 174.95

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Weight unknown
Closure Type 1 Velcro closure
Gender Unisex
Volume Wide
Sizing Information US sizes 4-13
Best Use (Highest Performance) Sport / Face
Asymmetry Aggressive
Tongue Details not provided by the brand
Last Details Shape: Downturned (performance)
Construction: not provided by the brand
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Upper Material not provided by the brand
Midsole Material not provided by the brand
Sole Material 4.0 mm  NEO Fuse Sticky Rubber
Rand: not provided by the brand
Footbed Lining not provided by the brand
Other Shoe Versions male female

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Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

Butora’s athlete team will still likely be rocking two pairs of shoes at comps: the Acro for steeper or edging problems, and the Acro Comp for volumes. However, having tested the Acro Comp, I found more than ample support for basic edging and jib standing—which is great in these very sensitive shoes, if you can take a little pain and/or have strong feet. And their performance on heel hooks and toe scums is nearly perfect—the toe-scumming patch is one of the biggest I’ve seen and is über-grippy. Meanwhile, Butora has also positioned their new Gomi as somewhat of a comp shoe—it has a tension rubber insole that softens up in heat, meaning if you need more smearing properties versus edging, you can knead the shoe for 30 seconds to soften it up.

Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

I’ve long been a fan of the Acro, a steep-rock/bouldering shoe with a passionate following. The Comp builds on its low-profile last to create a much softer (hence “Comp”) offering with volume climbing in mind—and that excels at its métier, in particular toe hooks, given the enormous scumming patch, which had me glomming around arêtes and under Kilter stalactites as if I had a tail. The Comps have an almost “gummy,” slipper-/sock-like fit and feel, and close with a high Velcro strap; coupled with the 4mm Fuse outsole, there’s just enough torque for mild edging and precision jib-smedging, though given the shoes’ forefoot flexibility, smearing is their strong suit. The new, 3D-molded heel deforms like Silly Putty onto big features to suck you in—the perfect match for today’s volumes—but wasn’t as reliable on precision hooks. The Arco Comp comes in both regular and narrow versions; Butora suggests coming down a half size off your street shoes. 

Acro Comp Shoe Review