Nexxo Climbing Shoe (Men's)
In Stock Product Number: 40680
New to the Chris Sharma Signature Series, the Nexxo represents for Evolv a new way of approaching how we build shoes, how we engineer performance, and how we bridge to a higher level of design. It is soft yet it is powerful. It is convenient and it is precise. The Nexxo ushers in a new era of Evolv's Ultra-Performance climbing footwear.
- Synthetic forefoot for ultimate performance
- Leather from mid to rear for comfort
- Microfiber lining in the forefoot for comfort, performance, and durability
- Combination of "Love Bump" and "Knuckle Box" provides control and power
- Elastic for convenience with instep Velcro for torsional rigidity
- New Evolv Power System - EPow, for tension and power to maximize performanceProfile: Downturned asymmetric with "Knuckle Box" and "Love Bump"
- Sole: Variable thickness half-sole
- Rand: VTR rand (thicker around toe)
- Upper: Synthetic forefoot with leather in rear
- Lining: Microfiber forefoot, unlined leather in rear
- Midsole: MX-P: 1 mm full-length with semi-crescent nylon support
Shoe Upper: Synthetic forefoot w/ leather in rear
Shoe Lining: Microfiber,unlined leather
Shoe Sole: Variable thickness half-sole
Vendor ProductId: EVL0186
Review ProductId: 40680
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- Long break in
- Sport climbing
Comments about Evolv Nexxo Climbing Shoe (Men's):
These have been a long time coming from Evolv, and I'm pretty psyched that they took the time to make them very solid before release.
This is one of the most fun aggressive climbing shoes I've worn; however, it definitely takes a few climbing sessions to allow the shoe to adapt to the foot before they feel comfortable. I sized them the same as I size most performance shoes (1/2 size down from running shoe size) and while they felt very tight initially, after a few good sessions they have broken in to slide on easily while maintaining a solid downturned position.
They point directly into holds and pockets and stay. Heel-hooks and toe-hooks are exact, with a lot of rubber to gain purchase from several positions. Despite being a "soft" shoe, they still have strong edging capabilities to be used on difficult vertical climbing. This is also definitely my favorite indoor shoe for training now as well. My main criticism would be the thickness of the rubber out-of-box, but it does add to the longevity of the shoe.
For reference - I've climbed for over 10 years and work as the routesetting director at a climbing gym. I have been using these on climbs up to hard 5.13 sport and V10 bouldering.
- Feels half size too small
- Feels true to width
- Was this a gift?: