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Petit chausson miracle, le Shadow est conçu pour grimper fort dans des voies raides et difficiles. Il est asymétrique et pourvu de sangles Velcro. Le Shadow est également doté de notre gomme moulée ultra adhérente Neo Fuse avec des bandes de friction supplémentaires pour un meilleur crochetage, d'une empeigne en microfibre durable et d'une languette à technologie Engineered Knit. Le chausson rêvé pour réaliser ses projets . PLUS
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Petit chausson miracle, le Shadow est conçu pour grimper fort dans des voies raides et difficiles. Il est asymétrique et pourvu de sangles Velcro. Le Shadow est également doté de notre gomme moulée ultra adhérente Neo Fuse avec des bandes de friction supplémentaires pour un meilleur crochetage, d'une empeigne en microfibre durable et d'une languette à technologie Engineered Knit. Le chausson rêvé pour réaliser ses projets . Learn More

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Petit chausson miracle, le Shadow est conçu pour grimper fort dans des voies raides et difficiles. Il est asymétrique et pourvu de sangles Velcro. Le Shadow est également doté de notre gomme moulée ultra adhérente Neo Fuse avec des bandes de friction supplémentaires pour un meilleur crochetage, d'une empeigne en microfibre durable et d'une languette à technologie Engineered Knit. Le chausson rêvé pour réaliser ses projets .
  • Forme à cambrure prononcée et forte asymétrie pour les voies raides et le bloc
  • Gomme Neo Fuse 4.3mm imprimée et moulée pour une adhérence supérieure, un niveau optimal de confort, de tenue et de poids
  • Languette à technologie Engineered Knit procurant une respirabilité et un confort exceptionnels
  • Semelle intermédiaire minimaliste pour un toucher plus précis à la verticale
  • Combinaison de gomme haute friction imprimée et moulée pour optimiser la durabilité, la dextérité et l'adhérence en crochetage
  • Sangle Velcro pour l'ajustement
  • Unisexe

Climb Shoe Comparision

 
Shadow Climbing Shoes est évalué 4.3 de 5 de 23.
Rated 2 de 5 de par Great shoe with a tragic Achilles Heel (literally) In the past two months I've had 3 pairs in total, first pair was amazing but bought to big and had to downsize further. 2nd pair was absolutely phenomenal, great fit, no hot spots, great heel and incredibly sticky rubber. All around perfect shoe and then around the 3rd sesh in them at the gym, the felt type of material that lines the sides tore and I wasn't too worried about it, but by the end of the session the rubber tension band on the side began tearing straight down as well. BUMMER. So thinking this was a fluke and thinking maybe I just got unlucky I bought a 3rd pair, but after literally just putting them on and off out of the box, the felt part around my ankle has already begun tearing and I can only assume it'll reach the side rubber part as well. Hopefully gets fixed.
Date de publication: 2018-11-03
Rated 5 de 5 de par BD Shadow - Super Sticky, Super Comfortable I haven't seen any detailed reviews, so I'm hoping to share my experience with the Shadow when compared to some other aggressive models from other brands in hopes of offering additional consumer advice. I've been climbing in the Shadows since their release, with 80 percent of that climbing time spent on an indoor bouldering wall with notoriously glassy holds. The remaining time has been spent climbing granite, mostly vertical with some overhanging routes. I have a very narrow, low volume foot for a guy, with an especially narrow heel and Morton's toe. I wear a size 9.5-10 with everyday footwear/boots/approach shoes and I purchased the Shadow in a 9.5. The Shadow has a suction-like fit, with no dead space underneath my arch or excessive bagginess in the toe box. It fits my heel beautifully; arguably, the Shadow fits my foot better than any other brand I've worn. No doubt the very soft rubber and minimal mid-sole help with this sock-like fit. I have enough room in the toe box to articulate and move my toes without hot-spots or pressure points. Rubber: SUPER sticky. When compared to comparable rubbers on the market, I find the Fuse to be the stickiest rubber. I've actively swapped out shoes when attempting the same route to see how the various rubbers will respond to super glassy, slick indoor holds - the Fuse rubber will stick where the other rubbers slack and slide off. Comfort: After 2-3 sessions on the bouldering wall, I found that I can easily wear these shoes without discomfort for an entire climbing session. The knitted upper breathes quite well - I live in Southwest Arizona - and the single Velcro strap keeps everything fitted. I find them to be the most comfortable of the three aggressive shoe models I'm currently using. Edging: Because the rubber is so sticky, I find these shoes to edge pretty well if your calves and feet are strong enough to hold the edge without the assistance of a stiffer sole. I don't find them to be as great of an edging shoe when compared to other brand's aggressive options that I own, but the Shadow is a super soft shoe in comparison and not as stiff in the forefoot or mid-sole. Sensitivity: Extremely sensitive. The molded Fuse rubber allows for wonderful sensitivity; I can wrap my toes and my foot around holds with minimal effort, feeling very small features and edges in the rock. Far more sensitive than the two shoes listed above. Versatility: I've managed to smear, climb steep overhangs, small cracks, and micro edges all very well in these shoes. They smear well enough due to the soft, very sticker nature of the Fuse rubber. The low-volume toe box has allowed me to wedge my foot in fist-sized cracks without pain or discomfort. With overhangs, the super snug-like fit of the shoe keeps the shoe firmly in place when heel or toe-hooking, with the rubber over the toe box keeping your foot firmly in place against the rock. Again, when edging, the soft, sticky rubbers keeps your foot planted on small grooves and crystals. Durability: so far, I haven't seen any chunks torn out or excessive wear in the rubber. The knitted upper hasn't experienced any tears or snags. They also haven't stretched at all on me. The upper has molded to my foot, but I don't find them to have stretched at all. Issues: the shoes are a pain to put on. It takes a moment to really get your foot squeezed and slipped into the knitted, sock-like upper. I've also noticed that I'm losing the downturn in the shoe; they're flattening out faster than my other shoes, which all have retained their shape while being older and used a lot more. Overall, I'm extremely impressed with these shoes. They're my go-to shoe for most of my climbing, both indoors and out. Really, the only time I find myself swapping shoes, is when I need something stiffer either due to super tiny micro edges or burning calves and feet. I find the fit to be the best of any shoe I've worn up to this point; the rubber is crazy sticky; they're versatile and well made. I'm eager to try out the BD Focus, considering how much I've loved the Shadow. Hope this review help you decide!
Date de publication: 2018-08-07
Rated 5 de 5 de par Awesome shoe! This shoe is great! Super sticky rubber. Great in all positions. The fit is spot on (I wear 11 in street shoes and the BD Aspects and got 11.5 in these). Highly recommend, plus they look SICK!
Date de publication: 2018-01-22
Rated 5 de 5 de par AWESOME! I bought my street shoe size 10.5 and they fit perfectly. I've never had a shoe be so comfortable that was agressive and tight fitting. The toebox is huge to comfortably fit those bent toes. Seriously... it is awesome. I am also so impressed by the performance... I feel solid on everything. Way to go BD!
Date de publication: 2018-03-08
Rated 4 de 5 de par Great shoe but tension band tore After buying the shoes and climbing in them for 4 months the tension band tore above the heel. Using both pull tabs to slide my heel in the tension band tore losing tension in the heel. I love the shoes and there performance just a little disappointing having them rip with very little wear.
Date de publication: 2019-02-26
Rated 5 de 5 de par Snug fit, great grip True to size, I wear anywhere from 11.5 to 12.5 US normally and I picked up a size 12 of these. They fit great, I’ve got one foot slightly longer than the other so it was a little tight, but still comfy enough to do 1.5hr sessions once the shoes are warmed up. I’ve noticed a huge difference in my overhang and roof game since having these shoes and I would totally recommend them
Date de publication: 2018-03-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par STICKY, SOFT, DURABLE I'm on my second pair now, and the first ones are off to get resoled. I got my first pair in November 2017 and put them to work on all types of rock on my way across the country. I sent them to get resoled last month. The NEO rubber they use is why more durable than i thought it would be. These shoes are rad if you like a soft shoe, and a shoe that has really sticky rubber. They are my go to shoe for steep limestone. The toe rubber is the only flaw. The rubber on the toe delaminates over time. Maybe it's the thickness of rubber, or the shape of the patch. Maybe I just suck at climbing.. Who knows.
Date de publication: 2018-09-24
Rated 3 de 5 de par Awesome shoe. Unfortunate material Ive been rockin the bd shadows for about a month now, and they are definitely the best shoes ive ever had. The rubber is super sticky both on plastic and real rock, they are also super soft which i really dig, and they are pretty comfortable as far as aggressive shoes go. When i first got them they were super hard to get on and really painful but in about 4 or 5 sessions they were broken in and good to go. I try to climb as much as i can around 3-5 days a week and after about 2 weeks i noticed they were easier to put on and getting kind of loose in the heel. So i started to tighten the ankle strap down a little more and the problem was solved. A few days later i noticed there was a tare starting to the left of the left pull tab. I kept my eye on it and it started getting worse and worse every day. When it got to the tension band i figured it would stop and that would be the end of it. Unfortunately it wasnt and they are still ripping into the shoe. I really like these shoes and hope this is just a first generation bd shoe hiccup, but as of right now i wouldnt recommend these to anyone. At least not yet. Hope you guys can work out the kinks.
Date de publication: 2019-05-17
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