Hands down the best climbing shoes I’ve climbed with. The SoiLL rubber definitely sticks to the chips and wall on smears, giving me a lot of foothold confidence.
I also get a lot of compliments and people chatting with me about them.
When they came on sale, I bought another pair for when my current ones wear out.
I really loved this shoe. I wear a size 8 in regular shoes and after reading the comments and talking to a sales representative ordered them in a size 8 as well. They fit perfect and don’t stretch much throughout the climbing session. The gold coloring gets me tons of compliments in the gym as well!
I have used every brand of climbing shoes but when I use for the first time my Tokyo 2020 I feel 100% attached to the wall i feel like the shoes are a part of me and not only an accessory, they are super tight but that makes you feel secure for any kind of climb
Super sensitive extremely aggressive shoe with soft midsole. Durability is solid but toes will wear out quick if your footwork is sloppy. Fits like a glove. Any expert boulderer will love these.
I had heard great things about So ill and needed some more aggressive bouldering shoes. I hopped online and started looking around. I saw these were on sale, did my research, and ordered size 4.5 (I wear a size 4 street shoe). They came in and I couldn't get my right foot in the shoe at all while the left one fit but it was very uncomfortable. After talking with customer service and reading lots of reviews, I decided to exchange for size 5.5. They came in today are perfect! I cannot wait to get out and crush with these shoes.
The 2020 Gold boasts a bold, metallic gold finish and is equipped with a thin padded tongue. The larger buckles give the tightening system power and sensitivity to mold the soft shoe to your foot.
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.