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 The Durango 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.

Red Chili Durango Climbing Shoe
  • Red Chili Durango Climbing Shoe
  • Red Chili Durango Climbing Shoe



My vote: None ( 3.2 avg )



A high-quality entry-level shoe designed for all-day comfort. Synthetic construction reduces stretch over the life of the shoe. The Lace system runs all the way to the toe for exceptional adjustability and a breathable mesh tongue provides great comfort and a good, snug fit. 4.2mm RX1 rubber for super durability.

Comfortable entry-level shoe designed for all day use.
Synthetic upper with Lace system all the way to the toes for a snug fit.
Breathable mesh tongue.

Retail price

US$ 98.91
Price is a static conversion from
Weight unknown
Closure Type Lace Lace - to the toe
Gender Unisex
Volume Wide
Sizing Information US sizes 4–13UK sizes 3–12, including half sizes
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Best Use (Highest Performance) All-around
Asymmetry Moderate
Tongue Details Breathable mesh tongue
Last Details Shape: Flat (comfort)
Construction: not provided by the brand
Red Chili considers last information super top secret so we can’t define the last types further than the initials PF-10. But, if you find a Red Chili shoe that fits, any Red Chili shoes with the same last initials will fit your foot in a very similar way.
Upper Material not provided by the brand  Synthetic
Midsole Material not provided by the brand
Sole Material 4.2 mm  RX 1 Rubber
Rand: not provided by the brand
Footbed Lining not provided by the brand
Other Shoe Versions male female

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Rock and Ice Gear Review rating 1/5

Red Chili's price-point is built for comfort and durability. As expected, however, they didn't perform as well as the spendier models by Red Chili. While the Durango is a good choice for the frugal who want an all-around performer, and who only occasionally climb, I would not recommend these to anyone who plans to climb harder than 5.10. The barebones shoe doesn't perform well on harder routes and is almost useless on angles steeper than 30 degrees overhanging. It is a fair shoes for gyms and guides looking for a durable rig for clients and students.

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