4.7 out of 5 based on 3 user reviews.
|Very technical oriented shoe, great for overhangs and vertical. Rigid last makes it easy to jam your toes into things and not have your whole foot scream in pain. There's a nice bump under your toes so that when they curl up in the toe box, there's still support underneath them.|
Low stretch due to the vast amount of rubber and synthetics, so size closer to your street shoe than normal. I have these in 11.5, street is 12.5.
|Rigidity of the last makes for sub-par performance on slabs, but these shoes aren't made for slabs. They also don't have as much sensitivity as I like because of all the rubber so I have trouble with those annoying micro slopey dishes.|
|Review by kaikai on May. 15, 2011|
|Comfort, edging ability, thin toe enables you to stick in the pocket I couldn't use with other shoes. The shoe construction is excellent, I think it is much better than even La Sportiva. (I own Miura and TC Pro) The shoe transfers the weight on the toe to back of the shoes much like Miura but because of the stiffness of the shoe, Feroce does it better. Also, this shoe fit my wide feet.|
|Because of the stiff sole and edge, you can't really try to feel the round hold and wrap it around with the sole etc... which you can do with softer shoes. But I guess you can use slippers for those use.|
|Miura (Miura has better sensitivity but less support and comfort.)|
|Nice shoes, stick very well to the granite around my area. They haven't stretched much and have stayed the size I bought. Edging is super nice as well as small cracks and pockets. The rubber is sweet and sticky. Velcro is holding nicely.|
|They don't stretch as much as you would think. Size up 1/2 size from what you think you would use or pay a painful price.|