New Cumberland, PA, U.S.A.
What do you love most about your gym? Without a doubt our favorite part of the gym is our roof climbs. We designed the gym to be reminiscent of a large cavern or old mine you might find outdoors. You really…
"Many of my friends have been talking about the Butora, ‘Acro’, so I decided to take a look. At first glance, the Acro has that race car, high performance, down-turned toe design. After 35+ years of alpine climbing, my feet don’t have an Indy 500 shape. My pads have...read more
Louisville, CO, U.S.A.
What do you love most about your gym? EVO Rock + Fitness has soul. Period. The best thing about our gym is the inclusive vibe. Everyone feels welcome here regardless of age, race, gender, or ability. We serve…
"Well I broke down and finally, agreed to try a different climbing shoe. I have always been a faithful FiveTen Mythos fan, and I was pleasantly surprised when I tried the new Butora climbing shoe, the ‘Endeavor’. The Butora company makes the Endeavor shoe in a men’s...read more
Tyler, TX, U.S.A.
What do you love most about your gym? The people, the staff are some of the friendliest people I have met, always willing to help out, answer questions, or just ask how your day is going. The members are the similar…
Age: 17 Country: Czech Republic What are your climbing goals? Keep getting better, meet more inspiring people and have fun! What do you like most about MyClimb? To be able to see my progress and identify what…read more
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...read more
‘The La Sportiva, ‘Futura’ is by far the most exciting high performance shoe that I have yet reviewed.’ As the temperatures began to drop in Eldorado, Colorado last October, I was fortunate enough to sneak away for several solo bouldering sessions. For years, I have...read more
Age: 40 Country: Villeneuve d'Ascq, France Q: What are your climbing goals? I do not practice in a club or with a coach, but rather leisure with friends. However, I like to push myself, out of my comfort zone, varied experiences, openings styles. I did my studies in...read more
Age: 41 Country: Brisbane, Australia. MyClimb username: David King Q: What are your climbing goals?: To climb consistently 20-40 routes of grade 16-25 each climbing session. To climb more powerfully on every style of climb using far less holds and doing large moves....read more
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...read more
Age: 40 - Country: U.S.A. Q: What are your climbing goals? My current goals are to Move up to 5-12 indoor Lead climbing. Also move to Outdoor sport climbing. Trad interests me as well. Q: Most memorable climbing experience? I think my most memorable Climbing...read more
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...read more
Age: 29 - Country: Thailand Q: What are your climbing goals? My climbing goal now is to feel more comfortable with 5.11+ lead climbing. Q: Most memorable climbing experience? I went to climb at Reimers, Austin TX, last month with friends and it was so much fun. We are...read more
Age: 35 Country: Poland Q: How did you start climbing? I don't remember exactly. Just one day me and my friend started going on the climbing gym. After 6 years break, I decided that it is time to start again, and again with the same friend. Now I'm much more involved...read more