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Ocun Fury Climbing Shoe
  • Ocun Fury Climbing Shoe
  • Ocun Fury Climbing Shoe
  • Ocun Fury Climbing Shoe
  • Ocun Fury Climbing Shoe

Fury

Rating

My vote: None ( 5.2 avg )

Description

The Nitro is a climbing shoe designed for the most demanding high-performance bouldering. All of its attributes meet the demands of the most ambitious boulderers. The Nitro is sewn on to an entirely new last and features a highly adhesive sole and rand around the heel and toe box to give you maximum confidence when performing highly technical moves.

  • Aggressive profile necessary when climbing overhangs and boulders
  • Patented 3-Force System design

Retail price

US$ 169.95

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Weight 420 g

Size 7 (UK) Single : 210 g / 7.40 oz
Size 7 (UK) Pair : 420 g / 14.81 oz
(we converted grams to ounces)

Closure Type 1 Velcro closure
Gender Unisex
Volume Average Narrow
Sizing Information UK sizes 3-13
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Best Use (Highest Performance) All-around
Bouldering
Indoor
Asymmetry Aggressive
Tongue Details not provided by the brand
Last Details Shape: Downturned (performance)
Construction: not provided by the brand
not provided by the brand
Upper Material not provided by the brand  Microfiber
Midsole Material not provided by the brand  2D Fit Soft
Sole Material 4.0 mm  CAT rubber 1.5
Rand: not provided by the brand
Footbed Lining not provided by the brand

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Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

Quite simply, the Nitro excels at toeing in on steep walls, toeing around laterally distant edges (“dragoning in”), yarding on pockets, and even (though there aren’t many of these on the MoonBoard) smearing on big, compy volumes. And it performs these tasks equally well both inside and outside. I tested the Nitros on Little Cottonwood Canyon’s granite boulders, where I found them high-performing on steeper and more gymnastic climbs. For instance, they served me well on the classic V8/9 Wrist Rocket, where you’re either climbing with your heels or generating dynamic power out of smears. Unsurprisingly, the Nitro also performed marvelously on the basalt boulders near Santa Fe, New Mexico, where the shoe’s ability to curl into incuts nicely complemented the climbing style, which is often steep on sharp edges and pockets.

UK Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

If you have low-volume feet and you're looking for a shoe for smearing, volumes and competitions then the Nitro is a great choice. It's comfortable, extremely flexible and sticky. If you've got slightly wider feet, or are looking for something that has a lot of power on edges, check out the Ocun Bullit.

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