Who should buy the Millet Rock Up

The Rock Up has enough aces up its sleeve to be considered another one of Millet’s finest. It is a solid option if you:

  • Prefer a climbing shoe that offers longevity, comfort, and footing security.
  • Prefer a climbing shoe that provides excellent underfoot traction.

Millet Rock Up logo 1

Millet Rock Up notable features

  • The Rock Up is built with longevity, comfort, and footing security in mind. Millet brandishes it as a “progress” shoe, in which senders can develop their climbing skills, whether inside or outside the gym.

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  • Its straightforward construction promises climbers a well-rounded kind of performance on a variety of surfaces. It uses a proprietary outsole called 4 Points Grip for traction underfoot.

Profile

Downturn. The Millet Rock Up is a neutral climbing shoe, which means it has no downward camber. Its flat, downturn-less front end enables users to gain a secure footing on edges and similar projections. Comfort in neutral rock kicks can last multiple pitches and extended climbing sessions.

Millet Rock Up logo 2

Applications. This piece is an all-around climbing shoe. It is a rock shoe for beginners and intermediate climbers alike. Owners may use it either on rock- or wall-type surfaces.

Fit

Millet’s Rock Up is a below-the-ankle rock shoe for men and women. It has a roomy fit overall. It might provide a bit of stretch, thanks to its mostly leather upper. Inside its straight (non-asymmetric) confines, the foot can lie comfortably flat. Millet engineers gave it a lace-to-toe closure for fit management and lockdown security.

Millet Rock Up laces

Secures platform on edges and like surfaces

This Millet climbing shoe has its provision of traction (underfoot) sourced from its brand-exclusive outsole, called 4 Points Grip. Its non-segmented construction serves as a secure platform on edges and like surfaces. 4 millimeters is its overall thickness.

Millet Rock Up outsole

Comfortable and supportive underfoot

The Rock Up is equipped with a soft midsole for added comfort underfoot. It comes paired with a broad footbed (also known as insole) to bolster its level of support.

Millet Rock Up outsole 1

Easy to wear

Enclosing the foot in the Millet Rock Up is the climbing shoe’s stitched-on upper made of split leather. Its roughed-out finish lends the shoe a suede-like feel. To make on and off an expedited experience, it comes with a pair of synthetic pull loops. Its mesh tongue is made extra lightweight for a freer and comfier climbing experience.

Millet Rock Up loop

Provides toe-hooking traction

For lateral or sideways grip, Millet designers gave it sufficient randing around its lower perimeter. They also furnished its forefoot (the inner side) with a minimal toe patch for toe-hooking traction.

Millet Rock Up upper 2

Lace-type closure system

The Rock Up’s upper equation is made complete with its lace-type closure system. It is comprised of a sturdy lace made of interwoven synthetic cords and regular eyelets, the uppermost two of which are plated for longevity.

Millet Rock Up upper

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 9.2oz / Women 7.4oz
Construction: Lace-to-toe
Fit: Comfort fit
Downturn: Neutral
Environment: Indoor, Outdoor
Material: Leather
Last Shape: Straight

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Javin Hung
Javin Hung

I am passionate about maintaining an active lifestyle. I’ve been running and playing tennis since high school. In the last 5 years, I’ve picked up weight lifting and bouldering as part of my regular fitness routine. You can usually find me hitting the weights or rock walls at the gym, or trying out a new sport.