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I really like the Dragos and this is the fifth pair I've bought now. The rubber is incredibly sticky and the shoe fits my feet perfectly. The heel is a bit sloppy for some precise moves but makes up for it on those awkward slopers. Thin rubber on the toes gives a really good sensitivity but does wear out fairly quickly. If you're still fairly new to climbing or have a habit of dragging your toes, expect holes fairly quickly. As with all shoes it's the fit that matters, but if these do fit your feet properly, you can't go wrong
Dragos are by far my favorite shoes. A little more supportive than the Furias but still very sensitive and precise. They excel on every terrain except perhaps for vertical walls with ultra small edges where stiffer shoes give more confidence. Good for heel-hooking and probably best shoe around for toe-hooking.
These shoes fit in the same size as my Chimeras and Vapour Vs, I know I also take the same size as the new Furia too. These were bought exclusively for outdoor bouldering, compared to the chimeras they're softer and more sensitive - exactly what I'm looking for. So far I have got some good heel and toe hooks in and they seem to edge surpringly well, more than likely because they're so new. In terms of comfort they took a maybe an hour in total to break in. The one downside I think I'll see is durability - they're crazy soft. So no wearing them indoors unless you're willing to buy new shoes often. I've only worn these a bit, but I saw a guy send a f7C the other day and they weren't holding him back.
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