Who should buy the Evolv Elektra

The Evolv Elektra earns the approval of lady climbers, thanks to its laudable performance. It is a solid option if you:

  • Prefer a climbing shoe that offers an enhanced fit through the opposing Velcro straps. 
  • Prefer a climbing shoe that can keep odor at bay.
  • Prefer a climbing shoe that provides support and stickiness, respectively.

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Provides optimal friction and durability

Providing optimal friction and durability on almost all rock types is a 4.2 mm Trax SAS outsole. It yields consistent performance even in a wide range of temperatures.

Evolv Elektra outsole

Evolv Elektra outsole 1.0

Feels more connected to the ground

This rock climbing shoe carries a full-length MX-P midsole. It is 4 mm thick that offers sensitiveness so climbers can feel more connected to the ground. 

Evolv Elektra midsole 1.0

Keeps an odor-free and fresh interior

Evolv Elektra uses Synthratek VX (a vegan-friendly synthetic material) for its upper. It is lined with Agion antimicrobial mesh that helps keep an odor-free and fresh interior. Comfort is amplified by the shoe’s split tongue.

Evolv Elektra insole

Provides durability and protection

The brand’s Molded VTR or Variable Thickness Rand yields durability and protection. It uses thinner rubber in areas that are prone to pressure points. On the other hand, thicker rubber is placed in high-wear zones.

Evolv Elektra upper 1.0

Hassle-free on and off

The closure system uses opposing Velcro straps for fit management. The two tabs at the heel zone facilitate hassle-free on and off.

Evolv Elektra secure

Facts / Specs

Weight: Women 193g
Construction: Slip lasted, Vegan
Closure: Velcro
Fit: Comfort fit
Downturn: Neutral
Environment: Indoor, Outdoor
Material: Synthetic

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Author
Teddy Dondanville
Teddy Dondanville

Teddy is a professionally trained Apprentice Rock Guide with the American Mountain Guides Association and a Wilderness First Responder with the National Outdoor Leadership School. Besides guiding outdoor rock climbing, Teddy also has years of experience in route setting and coaching climbing indoors. Through his guiding, route setting, and coaching, Teddy has experimented with climbing shoes for over a decade.