I purchased these along with the New Zero's about a month ago and have been climbing in them twice a week since. I went a half size down from SoiLL's intermediate recommendation (my street shoe is 10.5 and ordered a 13.) Because they're a harder shoe, I'm able to stand on the tiniest footholds. They're definitely tight, but not unbearable if I remove them between climbs. The tongue construction is great for quick on and offs!
These shoes are by FAR the most amazing shoes I have ever owned. From the very first time I put them on, I knew I made the right investment in my climbing.
I highly recommend this shoe, super comfortable and high high quality! Besides who doesn’t love supporting companies like this?!
I was nervous about these being a little too aggressive for me but they are very comfortable for an aggressive shoe. I followed the size recommendations and they fit pretty good, would maybe size down a little next time.
I got a pair of these as a part of the winter bundle that was being offered. My Muiras and Hiangles both needed resoles so I figured I would give them a try. My first impression was that they were extremely comfortable for an aggressive shoe- so comfortable that I was concerned they were going to pop off my feet when heel hooking or working a small toe hold. But they never have.
I took a little break after I got my Muiras and Hiangles back, but now, having returned to my Free Range LVs, I can honestly say that they are my favorite pair of shoes I own. My go to for bouldering.
• FREE RANGE LV •
The Free Range LV offers up a unique one-strap, cross-foot closure system to keep dead spots to a minimum so that you are fully in control. The thick padded tongue adds an extra level of comfort.
As our most aggressive stiff shoe, the Free Range LV has more rubber coverage and heel tension than any other model in the So iLL line, offering an unprecedented amount of technical precision.