Mad Rock Women's Onsight Velcro Climbing Shoe

Mad Rock Women's Onsight Velcro Climbing Shoe,Aqua,7.5 M USFrom the Manufacturer

Mad Rock began in 2002 as a small, climber-owned and operated company that made innovative, highly technical and affordable rock climbing shoes. More than a million pairs later, they still choose not to reflect on their accomplishments nor rest on their laurels because their best shoes will always be the next batch. To Mad Rock, innovation is a challenge to be met daily. In that spirit, they use the latest materials and technology to meet consumer demands, while maintaining the high-quality and innovative products that have put them on the map and in the packs of climbers around the world.

Product Description

Similar to the massively popular Flash, the Mad Rock Women's Onsight Climbing Shoe is a great all-around performer designed specifically for female climbers and using different lasts than the Flash. This shoe is tailored for women's feet: a slightly softer flex, and the interior volume is narrower overall, with a narrow heel and a higher instep than its Flash counterpart. The net result is a better fit that will translate to better performance. The Onsight also offers a subtle embossed graphics and a different color palette to stand out from the crowd..

Mad Rock Flash Velcro Climbing Shoes

Mad Rock Flash Velcro Climbing ShoesA proven performer with a redesigned Mad Rock twist, the Flash Velcro Climbing Shoe is a superb shoe that can tackle face, trad and multi-pitch climbs with equal aplomb, and allows quick entry and adjustment with its newly added textured TPR rubber twin strap closures. Traditional construction allows for a comfortable, sensitive all-around shoe that features the world's stickiest Mad Rubber. Technical enough for competition climbing, yet comfortable enough for the rest of us.


  • Material: upper - 2.0mm SupaSuede leather
  • Sole: 5.3mm Mad Rubber Formula #5
  • Heel Cup: 3-D molded Hooker heel with descent tread, Mad Rubber Formula #3
  • Rand: 2.2mm Mad Rubber Formula #4
  • Midsole: 1mm compressed fiber midsole
  • Construction: Double stitched, seamless binding, padded neoprene tongue
  • Entry/Closure: Dual external directional pull tabs with dual Loctite hook and loop closure

Mad Rock Men's Flash Two-Strap Velcro,,Orange,10.5 M US

Mad Rock Men's Flash Two-Strap Velcro,,Orange,10.5 M USThe Mad Rock Flash Climbing Shoe delivers all-day comfort with the same easy-in, easy-out closure system as your favorite bouldering shoes. These Mad Rock climbing shoes are at home in the gym, on the boulders, or pulling down a ten-pitch crack climb. Two hook-and-loop tabs allow you to put on the Flash Climbing Shoes in a couple seconds, and then their ultra-sticky Mad Rubber takes over to deliver cutting edge performance on technical routes.

Product Features
  • Material: SupaSuede leather
  • Lining: Unlined
  • Sole: Mad Rubber
  • Last: Slip-lasted
  • Asymmetrical Curvature: Slightly pointed toe
  • Lacing: TPR hook-and-loop closure tabs
  • Optimal Use: All-around climbing
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Country of Origin: China
I've climbed in all-brands of shoes in my years, and I figured I'd finally give MadRock a try. I chose the Flash because of their easy velcro closure, and not overly-aggressive rand, I'm glad I did. They fit really well and true to street shoe size (9.5). It's also nice that they're unlined (definitely keeps odors down), and the padded overlapping toungue is really comfortable so you can really pull the velcro down snug.

The rubber is great. It's a little softer than what I'm used to, so I'd stay away from climbing trad and edging, but I found it to be really great for higher friction climbs. Great shoes for bouldering and sport. It worked perfectly on sandstone, and gritty conglomerate rock. The heel-cup is really the best part. I believe last time I was out, a bystanding climber accused me of having the "cheater heel" because it works so well. (Turn that foot out--it works everytime!) So anyway, for $75, you really can't beat the price and performance. Way to go MadRock!


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