I've use this pairs for a year until it worn out, it's rubber soft enough of a slope volume and smearing and hard enough for micros, I've consistenly climb in that year and its durable enough to stand for a year without much care, I've once use the golden one but its worn out really fast (5 month) although the rubber feel the same.
After reading reviews I decided to go up two sizes (I wear a womens size 9 and I have very narrow feet). I’m a beginner climber but OMG these were so small my toes were throbbing in pain. They started to feel some what comfortable after my third-fourth time wearing them. BUT despite the pain they have helped me climb better as they stick really well.
Really great aggressive shoe. Ended up not following the sizing guide and was a bit happier with my street shoe size and was happy with the fit. Rubber is great and can be precise with feet.
Just busted these out after getting them last week. Fit was great, just like they explained in their fit guide. Also very comfortable for a more aggressive fitting shoe. Rubber is super stick for those pin point toe holds.
I just bought a new pair of Tokyo Streets, and I'm super sad they're discontinued! I'd used the last pair of Tokyos to win a charity climbing competition and hadn't had them resoled until it was too late. I won the competition, climbing more than 10,000ft in 22 days- a breeze in these shoes.
The precision of these shoes is incredible. You can edge on anything. I have tried the new Streets, and they don't feel as sharp, so I'm sad to see them go.
The Tokyo Streets are crafted with a brilliant metallic rose gold upper and equipped with a thin padded tongue. The low volume last and larger buckles give the tightening system power and sensitivity to mold the soft shoe to a narrower foot profile.
An ultra thin midsole provides a softer more sensitive fit, creating an extremely lightweight aggressive climbing shoe. The toe box has been masterfully crafted to allow for a higher level of comfort and works conjunctively with the perfect amount of tension in the heel.