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So Ill Free Range Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Free Range Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Free Range Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Free Range Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Free Range Climbing Shoe

FREE RANGE

So Ill

Rating

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Description

Say hello to the Free Range, our most aggressive model yet. It has everything you need to put your projects out to pasture. 
The Free Range has a unique one-strap closure system to keep dead spots to a minimum, and with the medium-stiff toe box, you’ll feel confident on the smallest of edges. We rounded it out with rubber coverage on the toe, and more heel tension than our other models for technical precision.  We suggest guys order a half size up from street shoe size to give a tight and functional fit and ladies order one size down from street shoe size for a tight, functional fit.

• Fishhook Midsole

• Thick Padded Tongue

• Single Strap Tightening

• Dark Matter Rubber

• Semi Stiff Toebox

• Downturned Toe

Retail price

US$ 149.00

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Weight ­
Closure Type Velcro
Gender Unisex
Volume Average
Sizing Information US sizes 4-13
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Best Use (Highest Performance) Sport / Face
Bouldering
Over-hanging
Asymmetry Aggressive
Last Details Shape: Downturned (performance)
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Upper Material ­Synthetic
Midsole Material ­
Sole Material ­Dark Matter Rubber­
Footbed Lining ­
2017 Climbing Shoes

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Epic TV Gear Review no rating given just a review

Taking the Free Ranges out of the bag, they definitely attracted some attention. The bright green styling is certainly hard to miss, and I was asked a few times about the make of the shoe. 'So iLL? Cool duuuude' was often the response of doubtful onlookers. None the less, I slipped them on to find out how they perform. First impressions were surprisingly pleasing. As someone used to wearing aggressive shoes, they felt comfortable and secure, if a little stiffer than I was used to. Another surprise was the rubber. The Dark Matter rubber is really sticky, almost tacky when box fresh, allowing me to keep my feet on some steep moves that should really have warranted more core strength than I posses.