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I had a great time trying out the Black Diamond Method S in a variety of conditions and rock types. It surprised me in many ways, and I feel like it will be a big hit for gym climbers and crag hoppers alike. They filled the Method S with modern features to satisfy hard bouldering efforts, but it is still comfortable enough for long and steep pitches. I would have loved for the “Men’s” shoe to be a little wider in the midfoot and toe box, or maybe they could have adopted “Low Volume” and “..." go to full review

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A shoe for the many, not the few. The V6 is a superb example of the recent strides Evolv have taken with their shoe design, creating a shoe in the V6 that does the impossible - fit, suit and support pretty much everyone. It really is a shoe that can do it all. Sized appropriately, the V6 is so versatile it could be anything from a sturdy, comfortable all day trad shoe right through to a high performing, outdoor bouldering shoe. The only thing you’ve got to decide is, what are you going to..." go to full review

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So, if you are looking for a fully featured and adjustable climbing harness that you can use for all your climbing and mountaineering adventures the Corax is well worth a look. It is comfortable, has generous gear loops and a burly construction. It’s not the lightest harness in PETZL range but it will last a long time and is versatile enough for any climbing adventures you have in the dream bucket for years to come.go to full review

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I’ve been on a soft-shoe kick lately, largely because brands are leaping to release new indoor-focused shoes in time for the Paris Olympics. These shoes—notably La Sportiva’s new Ondra Comp and Scarpa’s Veloce L—served me well on the steep, south-facing basalt sport caves where I spent my winter. But with spring’s arrival, I traded the hot caves for some desperately thin, dead-vertical 5.13s at my local shoulder-season crag, and it immediately became clear to me that those soft shoes weren’t..." go to full review