Ocun Crest LU Climbing Shoe

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4 reviews |
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The Ocun Crest LU is a beginner's shoe with a comfortable and durable design. The Crest LU gives you all-day comfort on every type of climbing, and its hard-wearing midsole has the best value for money to start you on your climbing career. Show more >
RRP: $68.62
$65.58
Price excludes VAT for deliveries outside the EU
2 in stock

Ocun Crest LU Climbing Shoe

The Crest LU (Lace Up) is a shoe for beginners looking for performance without the big price tag. The lace-up closure means these shoes provide a more customisable fit and more support but are still super comfy for all-day climbing. The CAT rubber 1.1 sole is designed specifically for durability to give climbers the best value for money. A neutral shape and low asymmetry keep the shoe in a natural position to best aid foot strength development. The small patch of toe rubber allows for technical toe-hooks should you favour bouldering.

Tech specs

Upper material
Microfiber
Flex
Medium
Closure type
Laces
Sizing and fit
Greek Foot
Medium Foot
Narrow Foot
Wide Foot
Color
Green
Last
Low Asymmetry
Sole material
CAT Rubber 1.1
Sole thickness
4mm
Profile
Flat

Features

Crest LU Climbing Shoe

CAT rubber 1.1, 4mm

This compound combines important features of friction, edging and stability. We have come up with great rubber with universal features and long-lasting lifetime.

4 product reviews

Average rating

Crest LU Climbing Shoe
(43)
4.3
Based on 43 ratings
Best quality per euro

Sure there are shoes that are better (but not necessarily worth it) and last longer, but if you calculate hours per euro, these are by far the best I have used.

Rookie shoes

After one month of indoor climb use I am very happy to buy. Very comfort (1 1/2 size down) very stable and odoless.
Excellent rookie shoes

Fine, cheap shoes

I bought these as side shoes, so my expensive shoes don't get holes that fast. The rubber seems durable, however it is not very good for edges, because it bends pretty easily. They really comfortable, it almost seems if you're wearing sneakers. The shoe itselve doesn't look very durable, but i only climbed on them once and we just have to see how long they last (normally the problem is holes in the rubber, and this seems to be fine). Also the toepatch is actually pretty good for toehooks. I bought a size 40 for a 41 eu normal shoesize.

Good shoes for a good price

Bought these for use at my local climbing gym mainly but I'm only a beginner yet so going forward who knows!

Good shoes from what I can tell, will easily do for what I need them for.

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