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FEATURES of the Mad Rock Flash 2.0 Climbing Shoe Traditional leather upper has been combined with Synflex, a synthetic stretch material, to offer performance while maintaining a consistent plush fit 3D molded heel to maximize friction Uses Shock Gel to reduce the impact force on the heel Poly-carbonate midsole that gives the Flash 2.0 a consistent and predictable flex SPECIFICATIONS of the Mad Rock Flash 2.0 Climbing Shoe Closure: 2-Strap Stiffness: 3 Midsole Material: Poly-Carbonate Midsole Thickness: 1.8mm Sole: Flat Sole Thickness: 3.8 mm Upper Material: Synflex and Premium Leather Footbed Material: Premium Leather Midsole shape: AES-1 Rand: R2 Rand Thickness: 1.8 mm Heel: 3D Molded PHH Weight (US 9): 230g
They performed excellent. I’m now about 7 months into climbing and …
These seem to be the cheapest shoe on amazon. I started with these as my first shoe. They performed excellent. I’m now about 7 months into climbing and I will say that I need a better shoe for more advanced routes. These do have a lot of bend and give to them, almost “slipper” like. Very comfortable and great if you’re just starting out, but if you’re looking to stand on tiny little foot chips, these wont hold up. Plus they are a little slippery on the bottom. But I am impressed at how they never showed any major signs of wear after this long.
Great First Climbing Shoe
I got these as my first non-rental climbing shoe, and they’ve done well! They did stretch out a bit, and I wish I had gotten it down a size (even though they would have been TIGHT early on). The toe isn’t aggressive, but that’s expected – my next pair will be something else, but I’m glad I got these for my first set.
and I’m sure it’s going to be great when I wear it for the first time at …
I went and listened to the fellow reviewers, and I purchased a size up above me. My street shoe size is 10.5, so I bought a 11.5, and it fits as a rock climbing shoe. The toes are snug, and the front toe is right up on the edge. I can’t tell whether or not my Big toe is curling or not. But regardless, I don’t experience any pain or discomfort with the shoe, and I’m sure it’s going to be great when I wear it for the first time at the rock climbing gym.
Great first shoe!
I bought these as a first time climbing shoe for my 12yr old son. He wears a size 5.5 street shoe and I bought the size 6 to give him extra room to grow. So right now he wears them with socks and says they feel great, not too loose or tight. He climbs 5.9’s in them at the gym only so far. I suspect these will work out until he’s in a 6.5 street shoe. Very pleased with this purchase and a great price at ~$50.
but I don’t think they’re as good as the rental Evolve I was using
these shoes are ok. I got them when I started climbing, but I don’t think they’re as good as the rental Evolve I was using. they’re too flexible to really get a good hold on smaller foothold, and don’t point your toe much.
so like any shoe is a about trade offs and I …
I’m a size 9 US and a size 10 fits perfectly, may be a bit loose if you were more of a veteran rock climber but for comfort I’d say 1 size up is prefect. The heel part doesn’t conform as well when you stretch your toes but that’s probably due to stiffer heel cup on this design. This stiffness does help in heel hooks though, so like any shoe is a about trade offs and I think this is a reasonable trade.
Nice and tight.
Like all climbing shoes, a bit tight which is what I expected! I am normally size 13 men’s shoe (US) so I got size 14 of this & it is great. Nice and tight. My toes are slightly scrunched. If you are buying climbing shoes for the first time, make sure to do rentals and talk to the pros first. I would have gotten the wrong size otherwise.
US and EU sizes don’t agree, otherwise good neutral shoe
It’s a good shoe, though it looks rather cheap. I wear a US 12 / EU 47 street shoe – this shoe is marked US 13 / EU 47 to have an all-day fit (which is a frustrating notation issue).