Shoes for narrow and thin feet?

Shoes for narrow and thin feet?

Estella Rondelli's picture
By Estella Rondelli | Dec 29th 2016 |
0
+1-1
4K

Hi! I'm a beginner, and I want to change my actually horrible shoes! Now I use a pair of Simond Cliff Slipper of a 1 size smaller than my street shoes. After I used them for four months now they are very broad and not be best for my foot.
Now I climb in gym and a little bit outdoor.
Have you any advice for me?
Thank you!!!
Cheers from Italy

Add a comment:

Login or sign up to answer the question.

Ange Bibier's picture
CUSTOMER SERVICE EPICTV SHOP
Jan 2nd 2017
Hi, Happy New Year , Here is a list a suitable beginner shoe that can be used indoor/outdoor. https://shop.epictv.com/en/climbing-shoes/la-sportiva/tarantula-climbing-shoe https://shop.epictv.com/en/climbing-shoes/red-chili/spirit-vcr-climbing-shoe https://shop.epictv.com/en/climbing-shoes/mad-rock/flash-20-climbing-shoe Do not hesitate ask other questions. Best regards

Login or sign up to reply.

+1
+1-1
benjamindehaas's picture
Jan 9th 2017
hi, i have rather narrow feet and my 'ring toe' is longer than the big one (i found this is an important feature to consider as well). i started off with the Evolve Royal, which were good for the beginning and quite comfy. since then i got the La Sportiva Katana Laces and La Sportiva Solutions (both about a size smaller than i would for street shoes). both felt a little harsh at the beginning, but broke in really nicely. for my feet these models are very good fits and i like them a lot. for long outdoor roots and wearing the shoes for ages, i'd prefer the Katanas. but for bouldering the Solutions are very nice. the only niggle i have with both of them is that they don't fit my heels 100% snug, which can be suboptimal for heel hooks (but barely noticeable). hope this helps, ben

Login or sign up to reply.

+3
+1-1