-Dubbed by Unparallel as their stiffest rock shoe yet, the Regulus is built with the user’s climbing comfort and precision in mind. Its core design promises to support virtually all types of climbing styles.
-This downturned piece has a highly tensioned randing system for enhanced heel-hooking maneuvers. It is also equipped with a brand-exclusive outsole for sufficient surface traction underfoot.
Downturn. The Regulus from Unparallel comes with a highly downturned camber, making it one of the brand’s aggressive climbing shoes. The stiffness and beak-like construction of its forefoot deliver toeing precision, as well as enough power on tiny holds, such as sags and nubbins. Note that comfort in such a shoe is designed for single-pitch projects.
Applications. The all-rounder that is the Unparallel Regulus is engineered primarily for sport climbing. It is aimed at senders who usually take on overhanging terrain. It is a capable shoe both indoors and outdoors.
The Unparallel Regulus is a low-top rock shoe built specifically for male climbers. Its unlined construction and tensioned rands provide a locked-in fit, especially around the heel. It might stretch only marginally, thanks to its synthetic upper.
UP designers engineered it around an asymmetric last. This means the shoe in question will force the foot to bend inward. Owners might experience some pressure around the arch due to this. A personalized fit is possible courtesy of the Regulus’ Velcro closure.
Midsole. With its hardwearing midsole, the Regulus is capable of supporting the foot where it counts. It has an amount of stiffness that equates to more footing assurance, particularly on crooked edges.
Outsole. The Regulus climbing shoe uses Unparallel’s Real Honor (RH) outsole for surface adherence. This component, which has an overall thickness of 4.2 mm, is made of a rubber compound that supplies additional edging tenacity. It is one of Unparallel’s more resilient and rigid outsoles.
What hides the foot from plain sight is the Regulus’ heavy-duty synthetic shell. It is unlined, which means the foot can have a more intimate contact with the surface, giving users added sensitivity as a result. Stationed at its heel are two synthetic loops, which hasten on and off.
Enough randing is engineered around its lower perimeter for lateral traction. For hooking grip, on the other hand, UP engineers furnished both its heel and forefoot with the same rubber coating.
Rounding out all things upper in the Unparallel Regulus is the climbing shoe’s Velcro-type closure. It uses a belt-like strap built with hook-and-and-loop fasteners. It also consists of a beveled buckle.