So, you just got a finger injury? That sucks. No really, I feel for you. I've had 2 finger injuries in the past 2 years, and I totally understand. There can be some low moments. It is devastating when you are suddenly unable to do one of your favorite activities. However, through my injury experience, I've discovered some workouts that have kept me motivated and inspired in what would otherwise be a pretty crappy time.
Our engineers have devised a way to make sticky climbing-grade rubber flow into the molds. This will be the first ever climbing shoe to utilize this technology for the entire toe box. Using this method has many benefits for climbing. While downturned shoes are prone to delamination or will lose their downturn shape over time, the Haywire will not. Also, by using the molded parts the foot has less material between it and the rock for greater sensitivity and the ability to articulate the shoe for better grip. Combining this with the knit fabric allows this shoe to fit various foot shapes and sizes.
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An exciting and sustainable development. The Haywire rock shoe has the entire toe box made of one piece of rubber thanks to a new molding technology. We think this is an important breakthrough.
Youth athlete Tanner Bauer reflects on his recent trip to Spain.
During the month of May 2018, Mad Rock athlete Christopher Miller traveled to the Grampians, one of Australia's rock climbing meccas. This year, however, he left his rope and harness behind, shifting his focus to the boulders.
As I stand and straighten out my right leg, I sigh as now the process needs to be repeated. I think to myself how top roping has never been this difficult – ever.