So iLL Street notable features

-The Street is So iLL’s response to climbers who wish to send challenging projects in style. Its black-on-black design and high-quality components blend minimalistic fashion and climbing competency in one sturdy package.

-To make the Street as sensitive as it can be, So iLL engineers gave it a slip-lasted construction and an extra-thin midsole. They also built the shoe’s heel with just the right amount of tension for a comfier in-shoe experience.

Profile

Downturn. The So iLL Street is an aggressively downturned rock climbing shoe. The finely edged build of its heavily downturned front end enables users to gain a secure purchase on nubbins and similar projections. Kicks having this level of downward camber is ideal for single-pitch climbs.

Applications. This aggressive So iLL offering is built for sport routes and bouldering. Its makers furnished it with a set of components that aids users, especially intermediate climbers, in scaling overhanging terrain. Senders can use it both indoors and outdoors.

Fit

So iLL’s Street is a below-the-ankle rock climbing shoe. As it is a unisex gear, female customers are advised to go down a full size and a half to get a precise fit. Stretch might be minimal in its synthetic upper. The asymmetry of its construction gives the shoe an inward curve, forcing the foot to bend within its confines. Lockdown and fit personalization are courtesy of the Street’s hook-and-loop strapping system.

Performance

Midsole. The Street uses a hard-wearing midsole for extra support underfoot. Its ultra-thin design brings to the table sufficient sensitivity without the unnecessary bulk.

Outsole. A military-grade rubber outsole called Dark Matter is what supplies adequate surface grip in the So iLL Street. It is a 3.5-mm thick component.

Upper

The So iLL Street has a fully synthetic main shell. It comes without an inner liner. A pair of heavy-duty pull loops are attached to its cuff for on-and-off assistance. Its thin tongue comes with enough padding for added comfort. Its lower region is adequately randed to give climbers enough adhesive power on smears and during tricky lateral maneuvers. What provides sufficient slip and skid resistance during toe hooks, on the other hand, is the shoe’s sticky toe patch.

This rock climbing shoe comes with a pair of straps engineered with Velcro (hook-and-loop) fasteners for adjustability. Each strap is set through a beveled buckle seemingly made of hard plastic.

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