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Review: Red Chili Amp Climbing Shoes

Shoe ProfileModerate.PerformanceSlightly downturned and rigid, the Amps send on vertical to moderately overhanging terrain. Unlike most slippers, “You can heel hook without worrying about losing a shoe. Two thumbs up!”Fit“It’s not easy to pull on the Amps. But once you do they suction themselves... Continue reading
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