Edelrid Blizzard Gym


RRP: £70.00
FROM: £54.50 (£45.42 ex VAT)

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Rock Climbing Shoes

The Edelrid rock climbing shoes are super comfortable. The reinforced midsole ensure the shoe provides a great balance between stability, support and comfort. The sole is made from E-Grip Solid, which is extremely grippy and durable, providing ample friction. The heel is fitted with a comfort tension support. The shoe is fastened with double pull straps making it easy to put on/ off and allows for a snug fit. The UK size disc is clearly displayed on the back, making them ideal for rental use.

  • Slightly asymmetrical comfort last
  • Reinforced midsole
  • Comfort Tension Heel
  • Pull straps with pairing studs
  • Weight: 510g


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