If you are looking for some of the top rock climbing shoes in the world, it’s easy to give the La Sportiva Tarantulace shoes a try. Comfortable enough for a solid full-day of climbing or simply a training session at the rock gym, these shoes are well-crafted and full of range.
With a secure fit, the company ensures its accurate stance by make the uppers from leather and synthetic leather. This provides a perfect composition that fits securely and snug to the foot. By using the La Sportiva Tarantulace rock climbing shoe, one can be sure to get the best stability and stances when climbing.
The tongue is lined with a special material to help prevent the building of moisture. Despite this material, however, the tongue is still comfortable when properly fitted. In order to help this out, the shoes have been fitted with a quick-pull lacing system, helping delivering snug fits, precisely and in no time at all.
To be sure to provide good grip when climbing or even standing, the soles are make from patented 5mm FriXion RS Rubber. This will allow the climber to face nearly any task, particularly when being challenged with soft rock.
The La Sportiva Tarantulace is simply a jack-of-all-trades shoe.
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Written by Roberta Montoya
Roberta Montoya is a world-class rock climber who's faced countless challenges over the years. She was also on the 2000 Mexican Olympic volleyball team. Today, she works as a corrections officer while climbing during the weekends. Roberta lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.