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Review: Red Chili Atomyc Climbing Shoes

Shoe ProfileAggressive.PerformanceOne of the first shoes from Red Chili that our testers raved about: It’s aggressive and has an asymmetric toe, with high-quality design and construction for “sport, bouldering, trad, cracks—everything but big walls!”FitTesters complimented the narrow-volume,... Continue reading
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