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EB Django

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The EB Django is a highly technical yet surprisingly comfortable rock climbing shoe; at home on the smallest edges both indoors and out. 

The Django's last took 6 years of development and refinement to provide a fit which puts bags of power through the big toe, making this shoe one of the best wall/face climbing shoes on the market. EB's objective was to create a product as comfortable as it is technical, and a shoe which can be worn on long, difficult pitches. The emphasis on max power through the big toe allows you to utilise any tiny footholds with ease, whilst still being well supported by the midsole. The Django's triple strap closure allows for maximum adjustability and foot hold.

The microfibre upper is form-fitting, leaving little or no dead space,. This has been paired with an antibacterial lining, which will keep your shoes from developing odours for longer. Finally, the Daytona 5mm rubber outsole has superb levels friction as well as being fairly stiff and supportive.

Specification

  • Upper: Synthetic Microfibre
  • Lining: Antibacterial EVO Microfibre
  • Sole: Daytona 5mm
  • Closure: Triple Strap
  • Vegan friendly
  • Weight: 430g

Help with sizing your rock climbing shoes

If you require some assistance with sizing this climbing shoe to your particular needs click here: Rock Climbing Shoe Sizing Guide

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    05/09/2021
    Adhe K.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    Very accurate - Small price

    These are extremely great! I have been looking for shoes with 3 straps for intermediate/advance climber. These are fantastic, they are pretty stiff though super comfortable to wear. They don't take 100 climbs to got "broken" - i.e. at the frst climb I felt very comfortable about the grip and the accuracy. I cannot comment on the durability yet though (~50 climbs so far with little to no wear). The only warning is about sizing. I wear 42.5-43 as everyday shoes and 43 is already pretty tight for me (they feel like the scarpa size 42). Overall: They are just awesome for the price, and although these are the previous model, they are litterally the same construction as the latest model which is twice more expensive!!