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Triop Wings

This slipper has an innovative closure system, with the elastic upper cinching over the arch with a Velcro strap.

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Triop Wings, $110

  • Steep rock: 3 Star
  • Face climbing: 3 Star
  • Long routes: 3 Star
  • Upper: Synthetic, lined
  • Rubber: 4mm Cling 2000

This slipper has an innovative closure system, with the elastic upper cinching over the arch with a Velcro strap. This provides a snugger and more locked-on fit than many slippers I’ve tried, although the strap proved painful, pinching the skin on the instep of my foot. The last was also a little strange. When sized tightly, this shoe pulled my big toe up, rather than down – reducing power on steep rock.

+ Locked-on fit.

– Unfocused last.