I got UK 7 (EU 41/ US 7) which is exactly what I fit in most climbing shoes, and now fit with my Tenaya Masai's. The Anasazi Blancos seems a half size too small, if not more. At least for me the rubber at the is ridiculously tight and no amount of walking around or stretching with my hands seems to loosen them up.
Excelente produto, veio no tamanho certo graças as orientações do site. A entrega foi super rápida e o atendimento muito bom.
Great product and a really good price. Efficient and even generous returns procedure. Thanks for the help
Awesome shoe superb edging comfy and slightly aggressive, and well if they’re good enough for Steve M then who am I to argue
Mot important difference with the old blanco: it fits slightly smaller, maybe a quarter size. other than that, it's basically the same shoe with minor updates. The missing link between a climbing shoe and a dry tooling boot, in terms of out-of-the-box stiffness. for those who are not used anasazis: the last is much flatter and a little less pointy than most modern shoes. Coupled with the stiffness and heel tension of the blanco, the result is a shoe that works perfectly for most near-vertical, old-school footwork: micro-edging, but also "smedging" (despite the limited sensitivity). It is a trickier shoe whenever you need some pulling ability, either because of steepness or because the footholds are really high/off center. As this design lacks the "grabbing" ability of a soft/downturned shoe, you need to make up for it with ankle extension (=squeezing your calf muscles and keeping your heels high). The heel is weird-fitting but not useless at all. Its main quality is the tension, that makes it very secure when pulling ******* it, at any angle. Think big compression moves on slopers. It is less impressive whenever you need precision and sensitivity on smaller features . Don't know yet if they keep their stiffness longer than the old version, as claimed. Not the most important point for me as i actually enjoyed worn-in blancos as allrounders.