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Score Product Price Our Take
87
$185
Editors' Choice Award
For climbing where footwork is key, look no further than the Miura VS
86
$170
Top Pick Award
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
80
$185
Top Pick Award
From toeing in on steep terrain to standing on small holds to heel hooking, this shoe does it all
79
$189
Top Pick Award
The combination of features and comfort make the Maestro a crack climbing, multi-pitch machine
79
$180
For steep terrain where an aggressive shape and an asymmetrical toe box are your friend, go for the Solution
76
$165
This shoe will give you confidence on the smallest of holds and the thinnest of cracks
75
$140
The Up Lace shines in the multi-pitch trad realm - comfort, stiffness, and crack climbing abilities are the name of the game
74
$179
Though not our least favorite shoe in the pack, they are certainly not the highest performing model we tested
72
$189
These shoes are great for vertical to steep sport climbing and bouldering
71
$200
For toe hooks, heel hooks, and other steep-climbing shenanigans, these are the ticket
71
$165
This downturned, stiff shoe is both sensitive and aggressive for toeing in to small holds on steep walls
70
$160
This soft slipper makes for a comfortable and precise shoe for the intermediate climber
69
$170
While they did moderately well in overall performance, this model is impressive because of its comfortable design
67
$155
The Gomi is designed to scum, hook, and smear onto all matter of footholds found in the steeps
67
$90
Best Buy Award
An ideal shoe for a beginner climber - these are soft, comfortable, and great for moderate terrain
64
$85
Best Buy Award
A shoe that is great for all-day wear and is easy to take on and off
52
$140
This shoe is incredibly stiff and runs small, making it challenging to break-in
51
$180
The Focus has a stiff midsole that helps you stand on edges, but lacks sensitivity

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