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Score Product Price Our Take
91
$175
Editors' Choice Award
From slabs to overhanging sport climbs, this all-around monster rules.
89
$170
These high performance slippers from La Sportiva work well in almost all arenas, from cracks to steep sport climbs.
85
$185
From tufas to granite boulders, these are a steep climbers dream.
83
$180
Top Pick Award
For toeing in on steep terrain, standing on small holds, and heel hooking the new Solutions do it all.
82
$185
For climbing where footwork is key, look no further than the Miura VS.
77
$165
Top Pick Award
This Velcro slipper is a great option for the trad climbers out there; it can edge and smear while still providing comfort in cracks.
76
$165
Top Pick Award
This shoe will give you confidence on the smallest of holds and the thinnest of cracks.
74
$175
Though not our least favorite shoe in the pack, they are certainly not the highest performing model we tested.
72
$180
Combines stiffness and support with an aggressive shape; a combination that makes it most at home in overhung, techy terrain.
72
$119
Best Buy Award
For a high-performance shoe, it can be hard to find options that are under $150; the Lotus is a great shoe, at a reasonable price.
71
$200
For toe hooks, heel hooks, and other steep-climbing shenanigans, these are the ticket.
71
$160
This downturned, stiff shoe is both sensitive and aggressive for toeing in to small holds on steep walls.
71
$175
This high quality, all-around shoe has an aggressive shape, but a soft mid-sole, making them comfortable and reliable in all kinds of situations.
67
$110
The edging master that is the Libra is reminiscent of the acclaimed technical shoe, the La Sportiva Miura.
67
$109
The Finale is an unlined, lace-up shoe that focuses on comfort and versatility.
62
$130
For comfort, decent edging ability, and a good price, the Kira pull it all together for a great all-around shoe.
56
$125
It performs best on lower angle terrain, though we had problems with the fit every time we wore these shoes.
51
$95
The new Momentum from Black Diamond is a shoe designed for beginner climbers, with comfort and a reasonable price tag.