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So Ill Street LV Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Street LV Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Street LV Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Street LV Climbing Shoe
  • So Ill Street LV Climbing Shoe


So Ill


My vote: None ( 4.7 avg )


Inspired by everyday classic footwear, the Street (LV) is a new take on one of our most popular models - The Street. The LV (lower volume) provides a tighter fit for those with a more narrow foot width, providing better heel tension and higher performance. The LV is our most soft,  aggressive shoe in the line - designed with our Dark Matter Rubber, in seafoam green, featuring minimal stretch and an ultra thin midsole which provides a softer, more sensitive fit. We suggest guys order two sizes up from street shoe size for a performance fit and ladies order a half size up for a performance fit.

• Low Volume Sizing

• Lightweight

• Padded Tongue

• Large Buckle Closures

• Dark Matter Rubber

• Ultra Thin Midsole

• Downturned Toe

Retail price

US$ 139.00

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Weight ­
Closure Type Velcro
Gender Unisex
Volume Low
Sizing Information US sizes 4-12.5
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Best Use (Highest Performance) Sport / Face
Asymmetry Aggressive
Last Details Shape: Downturned (performance)
Upper Material ­Synthetic
Midsole Material ­
Sole Material ­Dark Matter Rubber­
Footbed Lining ­
Street LV Review

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Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

Built for all-day comfort with a bit of downturn, these shoes forced our tester to stand hard on small holds, working well to toe down on steep Yosemite problems. While initially distracting, the two-tone rubber soon added emphasis and made him think about his heel placement and movement more: “From the MoonBoard to the boulders behind Camp 4, these shoes pointed my toes precisely onto holds."