Top 10 Climbing Shoes Kids : Mad Rock Kids Mad Monkey 2.0 Climbing shoe, Blue/Yellow, 5 US
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Inspired from cartoons, clowns, and cotton candy we have discovered the formula for the crag-hungry kid. The Mad Monkey has been engineered to match a junior climber's need for comfort, performance, and adjustability. With a gracious sized hook and loop opening and adjustable heel, this shoe has what it takes to fit the needs of a growing monkey. Exuding fun in form and function, it puts a smile on both parent and junior climber alike.
Definitely size up
My daughter wears a 13 1/2 street shoe so we bought a size 2 since we read the reviews and the heel has a strap to adjust in. They were a great fit. So glad I sized up. She used them on an indoor wall and loved them.
We bought these as replacement for our sons old rock shoes. Previously he had la sportiva shoes. We ordered a size 2, he normally wears a 1 in everyday shoes. So here is what I have to say about them. They are slightly big, but usable, in other words they fit true to size. They are less quality that the la sportiva shoes, but they also cost a lot less and let’s face it kids grow out of shoes too fast. However they are better quality than the climbx shoes at the rock gym. My son has only used these shoes inside to boulder they have stood up so far no wear through spots after 10 or so uses. They are smelly as noted by other reviewers, but so are all other rock shoes. Bottom line they are a good deal to get kids climbing.
awesome for women with small, wide feet!
i’m a 6.5 wide in women’s shoes, and all of the 6.5s i’ve tried in climbing shoes have been way too narrow. on a whim, i decided to give these ones a shot. the size 5s are perfect; no pinching! and the price can’t be beat!
Smell like death every time after 3rd session.
I started my son climbing at the age of three, and he just turned six last week. He is on his third pair of climbing shoes. The first pair he used were the LaSportiva stick ems, and they were great no problems, easy for him to remove after a day of climbing. The second pair were the Mad monkeys (I tried to save a couple dollars in gear) with the following observations: the traction is comparable to the stick em, however after the third session the shoes and my sons feet smelled like death reincarnate after each session. No matter how well I scrubbed his feet at the end of the day with brushes and anti microbial soap, they still smelled; the trunk of my car had a lingering smell for about an hour after removal of said shoes. The bad odor phenomenon never occurred with the stick ems. The other design element that I didn’t like is the Velcro patch on the shoes are large, and it was difficult for my son to take the shoes off by himself. Needless to say, we went back to the LaSportiva ones and my car, his feet, and his shoes don’t smell.
Great adjustable size shoes for the little climber in your life.
My kid started climbing with me 4 months ago. Now she has her own harness and shoes to go with her. These shoes were purchased a little big for her so that way she could use them for a few years. Having the adjustable straps really helps with the growing pains process of having to purchase new shoes for your kids every so often. She also loves the color blue so that was just an added bonus. (not to mention the monkey!)
Just right for kid sport climbing
Fits exactly as expected – size 1 very slightly snug in the toe box for a child who wears size 1 flats, which was just right for climbing. My daughter wears them for hours at a time with no discomfort or complaints.
This shoes fit beautiful and very comfy
I bought these shoes for my 7 yrs old grandson as a default since the other brand did not have his size in stock. Came out to be a big success. He is climbing rocks and walls outdoors and indoors on a regular basis once or twice a week . This shoes fit beautiful and very comfy. They are super pro for his skills and age and he loves them! I highly recommend.
Rocking Devils Tower in a pair of these….
I wouldn’t feel honest giving these shoes more than 4 stars, though they definitely served their purpose well. I bought a pair for my 6-year-old after we’d visited Devils Tower, WY and I suggested we come back in a year or two and climb it. We trained for nearly 2 years at the local indoor climbing gym twice a week. Then, at the age of 8, he and his brother (6) and I and another adult spent 14 hours climbing Durrance on Devils Tower and succeeded to the summit (possibly staking claim to a world record for youngest siblings to summit Devils Tower ever). But while he was wearing these shoes, he complained: The toe of the shoes had worn thin–no, worn through–and his big toe on each foot was poking through and getting scratched and bruised, all 540 vertical feet of that climb. He made it anyway, and grinned every inch of the way.
Solid Climbing Shoes for Kids
These are great climbing shoes for kids. My only complaint is that they rub just below both my daughters ankles and give her little raw spots. They are still a little big for her, so I think this may be why.
Good shoes, no complaints
I’ve ordered two pairs for my two daughters. We climb about twice a week and have used the shoes for about a year. They work great, and the girls never complain about comfort or fit. They adjust well as the kids grow. The girls are still using the same shoes they got last year because of the adjustable straps. My son also borrows the younger daughters shoes even though he’s 18 months older, and all he has to do is adjust the straps. I’m writing this review because he climbs enough that he needs his own pair now, and I figured I’d write a positive review before I bought the third pair.