The Red Chili Atomyc Climbing Shoe - 2015 Review | Outdoor 2015

26th August 2015
26th Aug 2015

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With the new Atomyc, Red Chili have truly gone all-out to produce a high-performance bouldering shoe for the modern climber. With a more aggressive downturn than most of Red Chili's other models the Atomyc also features a tight-fitting opening with a single Velcro strap designed to force the toes to the very end of the shoe. Red Chili have included lots of extra rubber at the heel to help with heel placements and a toe-patch at the front to make toe-hooking easier. The synthetic upper and design of the rand are intended to help the Atomyc retain its shape over time while leather foot beds limit slippage inside the shoe. At only 120€ the Atomyc is undoubtedly great value for a high-end climbing shoe and we can't wait to see how it measures up against comparable designs like the 5.10 Dragons. The Red Chili Atomyc Climbing Shoe - 2015 Review | Outdoor 2015

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Adam Butterworth's picture
Hi Kiv, You'll be happy to hear that these are on the way and that we've already made a start on our stock of climbing shoes which can be viewed here: or on the specific product pages of the EpicTV Shop ( Thanks for getting in touch. All the best, Adam
26th Jul 2015