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Ocun Oxi QC Climbing Shoe

The Oxi QC is a performance climbing shoe suitable for a wide range of rock activities. Sport climbing, bouldering or indoor training. The Oxi QC is a shoe for a climber who wants to compete in all disciplines.

A highly rubberised toe-box and slingshot rand give you the ability to perform technical toe-hooks and heel-hooks on any surface. The two piece tongue with two velcro straps in opposing directions make the QC easy to put on and hold the foot firmly in place.

A highly asymmetric and aggressive curvature working in combination with the medium hard mid-sole and sticky sole make this shoe suitable for all types of modern sport climbing.

This is a slightly stiffer shoe than the Slipper version, hence being marginally more suited to route climbing.

The QC version of the Oxi is a little stingy on the sizing and we would recommend going street size or 1/2 down max for a tight fit

Ocun Oxi QC Climbing Shoe Features and Spec:

  • Upper: Microfiber
  • Inner: Leather
  • Midsole: 3D fit Middle
  • Grippin Sticky 'S' 4mm rubber
  • Asymmetric shape
  • Suited to narrow-normal foot width
  • Weight: 420g per pair (size 42)

Ocun Oxi Staff Review - Rich:

The Oxi QC is a more narrow and serious fit than that of the Ozone Models, being a little stingy on the sizing. I'm a UK9-9.5 and wear Ozone plus in 7.5 and found 8.5 to be the right size in the Oxi QC.

I've had the QC for several months now and used them out on the grit in Yorkshire, the coast of North Wales, in Font for a week and primarily indoors due to the dark, damp Welsh winter weather!

They do take a bit of breaking in to soften up and tend to need to warm up on your feet before feeling comfortable. The synthetic uppers don't really give at all, so you definitely don't want to go crazy tight on the sizing.

In terms of performance, I found that they were just as good as the Ozone shoes with the in-house Grippin S rubber performing just as well as the popular VIbram XS Grip used on the Ozone as well as many other shoes in this category (Tenaya Iati/Mundaka). I'd say it is just as sticky and it may even be marginally more durable as they have been hammered a fair bit indoors without the usual thinning of the edges and rand.

The extra rubber over the inner toes is a good addition, making hooks, drags and clamps a bit more secure, whilst the tensioned heel band ensures the heel never peels off the foot when hooking!

The Oxi QC are a touch stiffer than the Ozone and Oxi S and definitely seem a bit more secure on small flat edges and easier angles, making them a suitable shoe for harder trad/sport climbing as well as bouldering.

If you are the market for an all around sport/bouldering shoe that is more substantial than a soft sock of rubber, then the Oxi QC are great value and well worth considering

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