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SO ILL Free Range LV

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2 reviews |
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Say hello to the Free Range LV, the low volume counterpart to our aggressively downturned Free Range model. It has everything you need to put your projects out ... Show more >
RRP: $115.24
$102.63
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SO ILL Free Range LV

Say hello to the Free Range LV, the low volume counterpart to our aggressively downturned Free Range model. It has everything you need to put your projects out to pasture.
The Free Range LV has a unique one-strap closure system to keep dead spots to a minimum, and with the medium-stiff toe box, you’ll feel confident on the smallest of edges. We rounded it out with rubber coverage on the toe, and more heel tension than our other models for technical precision. The Free Range LV is built on a narrower last and therefore has a narrower mid foot and heel. We suggest guys order two sizes up from street shoe size for a performance fit and ladies order a half size up for a performance fit.

Tech specs

Upper material
Synthetic
Closure type
Quicklace
Color
Pink
Profile
Downturned Toe

Features

Free Range LV

Summary

• Fishhook Midsole
• Synthetic Upper
• Thick Padded Tongue
• Single Strap Tightening
• Dark Matter Rubber
• Semi Stiff Toebox
• Downturned Toe

2 product reviews

Average rating

Free Range LV
(2)
4.5
Based on 2 ratings
What a surprise

I wasn't sure what to think with such a mixed bag of reviews, but these shoes fell and look amazing. Rubber is sticky and on par with a lot of other brands. The build quality is really great. They feel great. And the bigget bonus is everyone in the gym and crag are so jealous of them, and we tell everyone to buy them because they are that good

Good downturned aggressive shoes

I know So ill gets a lot of hate, but the shoes are really ok. Surprisingly well designed to be used in a climbing gym setting, easy to put on and off especially for a rubber toebox, lightweight with soft sticky rubber, and surprisingly comfy. I use them for indoor bouldering and they perform as expected. (Good on the steep stuff, not as good on the parcour stuff, but soft enough for solid smeadging on slabs. Got them at a discount price and they are totally worth it but I am unsure about the 140 price tag...

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