Offer of the week: Rock Shoes

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Scarpa Arpia climbing shoe

$127.16 (20% off, was $158.95)

Scarpa describes the Arpias as the next step in your first pair of introductory climbing shoes. They feature a slightly downturned toe to enhance your performance without compromising comfort. The microsuede upper molds to the shape of your foot, while the Vibram XS Grip 2 sole unit provides secure footing on rubs and edges. The Arpias will definitely help you jump into the 5.10 rating range.

Shop the Arpia Men’s Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

Shop the Arpia Women’s Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

Scarpa Mago climbing shoe

$138.71 (25% off, was $184.95)

The Mago is a very aggressive shoe with a medium slowdown designed to send overhanging roads and problems. Its banana-like shape grips even when your body becomes horizontal, and the precision tip helps hold onto micro-edges with ease. Despite the aggressive shape, the suede and microsuede upper combined with the lace closure offers comfort on the wall.

Shop the Mago Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

Butora Sensa OG Trad Shoe

$96 (20% off, was $120)

This traditional Butora shoe is a true classic. It has a flat sole ideal for climbing cracks and a Neo Fuse rubber outsole for supreme grip. Its slipper style makes it easy to put on and take off, so you can quickly take them off the belay ledges and let your feet breathe while your partner takes the next lead.

Shop the Sensa OG Trad Shoe at Backcountry.com

Evolv Gishido Climbing Shoe

$127.96 (20% off, was $159.95)

The Gestido is a great option for an all-rounder – this thing dances over sport roads, rocks and trad climbs with grace. It features moderate retarding and ultra-sticky Trax rubber for traction. In fact, Evolv claims that the outsoles of the Geshido have “intimidating gripping power.” This steep road will no longer intimidate you; he will be intimidated by you.

Shop the Gestido Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe

$127.46 (15% off, was $149.95)

The Hiangle is a high performance climbing shoe designed to tackle steep rock and sport routes, while being Five Ten’s most comfortable aggressive shoe. It has an extremely stiff sole for extra support as you climb and reassurance that they will hold their shape for as long as your feet slide into them.

Shop Hiangle Men’s Climbing Shoes at Backcountry.com

Shop the Hiangle Women’s Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

Mad Rock Drifter Climbing Shoe

$52.50 (30% off, was $75)

The Drifter is a great shoe at a low price. Mad Rock boasts that “it may be the cheapest shoe to ever climb V15”. It has a flat sole with a slightly asymmetrical shape and a full-grain leather upper that stretches for a custom fit.

Shop the Drifter Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

Ocun Hero QC Kids Climbing Shoe

$46.71 (15% off, was $54.95)

If you want your offspring to tug of war all the tough terrain for you as you grow into a crusty, dusty old climber, you’ll need to start them young. Get yourself a pair of Hero QC kids climbing shoes. They have a simple velcro strap closure and a super comfortable fit so they won’t scare them off too soon.

Buy the Hero QC Climbing Shoe Kids at Backcountry.com

Ocun Rebel QC Climbing Shoe

$81.22 (35% off, was $124.95)

The Rebel QC features moderate slowing for steep sections, as well as a soft sole for smears. It’s a great mid-size shoe, delivering the performance you crave along with the comfort you deserve, excelling both on real rock and in the gym.

Buy the Rebel QC Climbing Shoe at Backcountry.com

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