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plehti's picture
Mar 12th 2016
Otaki shoes will be available on March, 2016

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plehti's picture
Mar 12th 2016
Otaki shoes upper is made from microfibre and leather with using tubular construction.

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plehti's picture
Mar 12th 2016
The main differences are the fit (Otaki for women is narrower) and the rubber used for the sole. Men's version is made with using Vibram XS Edge rubber and Otaki women's version with Vibram XS Grip, which provide lighter climbers better stickiness and traction.

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false's picture
Mar 4th 2016
Neither... Verdon brings to mind long vertical technical limestone in other words a shoe not designed with plastic in mind. If that was your intended purpose I'd say go with laces because you won't be taking them off all the time and they'll allow you to make small ajustments to the fit. They also dont seen to have many eyelets, spreading the laces further apart and making it easier to get the shoe on and off compared to the pinks or the old blanco. The laces also look nicer if that matters.

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false's picture
Jan 27th 2016
They where Five Ten Anasazi Moccasyms. When Chris Sharma climbed Dreamcatcher he was still sponsored by Five Ten. In the video you can also see him wearing the Anasazi VS. Ironicaly the VS had a bad heel design at the time which five ten changed on later versions of the shoe and the Moccasyms aren't known for known for there heel hooking abilities.

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info's picture
Oct 9th 2015
Hi, Climbing shoes like sloution, python, testarosa, vapor-v are as new after resoling. But as allways if you resole it in time so no rand replacement is needed. You can see some pictures of resoled solotion on www.shoedoctor.eu regards, Miha

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Sep 18th 2015
Hi Jamey, I'm afraid that the answer depends on a number of factors, from how seriously you're taking it to the type of problems you're likely to be climbing. Some competitors (particularly at the top level) will take multiple pairs of shoes into an event so that they can change them depending on the style of the problem.... (more)

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Dave Thexton's picture
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Aug 28th 2015
Hi Shannon, I think the best answer to this question would be simply to post a video of Chris Sharma climbing Dreamcatcher 9a. That route has a lot of heel hooks but Sharma seemed to get up it in his slip ons! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlcQ3mxlNfs Hope that helps, Dave

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