Trad Climbing


Scarpa ‘Reflex’ – Shoe Review!

Scarpa ‘Reflex’ – Shoe Review!

Trad and gym climbers from around the globe all have their ‘go-to’ rock shoes, mine right now are the Scarpa Reflex. Over the past few years I have had a few minor injuries, sore shoulders, tweaked elbows and what felt like a hot fire-poker in my neck.  This summer I...
MyClimber Interview with Leandro Scholz

MyClimber Interview with Leandro Scholz

Country: Brazil Q: What is your Most Memorable Climbing Experience? I think all my climbing experiences so far have been memorable. My job allowed me to visit several countries where I could visit local climbing gyms and crags. Although I haven’t had much time...
The Sportiva ‘Tarantulace’ – Shoe Review!

The Sportiva ‘Tarantulace’ – Shoe Review!

This is a fantastic all-around climbing shoe for climbers who are getting into the sport and for for those attempting traditional classic routes. Extremely comfortable right from the start, the Tarantulace uppers are made of soft but durable, unlined leather/synthetic...
MyClimber Interview with Iggi Moore

MyClimber Interview with Iggi Moore

Age: As old as my tongue but a little older than my teeth! Country: United Kingdom Q: What is your MyClimb Username? – Igs Q: What are your climbing goals? To get back into 5.13s, 8a or harder! Q: Most memorable climbing experience? I have two memorable moments....
The La Sportiva ‘Mythos’ – Shoe Review!

The La Sportiva ‘Mythos’ – Shoe Review!

The La Sportiva, Mythos is perhaps the most versatile and comfortable, all-day crack and trad shoe on the market. The patented lacing system tweaks the fit to perfect, while the soft, unlined, leather uppers stretch to mold to the contours of your feet for top...

Evolv Addict & Five Ten Moccasym – Shoe Review!

My feet have been in rock shoes for over 35 years, which means that although my pads are pretty ugly to look at, they are at least tough! For steep crack climbing I enjoy both the Evolv and the Moccasym. The comparison is not an easy one, although when I’m climbing in...