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Unparallel Up Rise Pro

The UP-Rise Pro is a high-performance, slip-on moccasin that pays homage to the founder of the original sticky rubber. This traditional-style mocc is outfitted with an asymmetrical toe for precision footwork and a Velcro closure to ensure a snug fit. The closure sits high on the foot so as not to interfere with it jamming into cracks. The front of this shoe boasts a wrap-over randing covering the entire forefoot, ensuring every jam stays where it should whilst increasing the durability of the shoe. Whether you’re running up El Cap or single-pitching in Moab, the UP-Rise Pro should be at the top of your quiver.

V12 Fitting Advise: Consesus so far seems to be roughly your actual shoe size for an all round fit, maybe even half up. This shoe could also be worn as a technical tight performance shoe with a very stiff edge in which case we would probably size down half to full size in some cases. We would however strongly recommend trying this on in store as it is a stiff moccasym.

Unparallel Up Rise Pro Features & Specifications:

- 4.2 mm RH rubber sole

- Extended (full) toe rand rubber

- Midsole stiffness: Hardest

- Lined synthetic upper

- Double slingshot

- Vegan

- Approx. weight: 544 g (per pair)

- Fit: Classic-Asymmetric

- Upper: SOLO Suede

- Insole: SOLO Suede

- Tongue: Elastic

- Strap: Synthetic Leather + Webbing

- Rubber: RH rubber

- Single Velcro strap

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