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Free Range Pro

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  • The Free Range Pro is next level. We’ve taken all the things you love about the original Free Range and changed some technical features to improve performance. We started by making a stiffer toe box and adding rubber to the toe to increase toe hooking capabilities. The Free Range pro also offers a split outsole for flexibility, along with a stiff midsole for better heel hooking, to keep you confident on all those projects requiring extreme foot precision.


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Sizing • M = U.S. Men’s • W = U.S. Women’s

I have referenced and understand the So iLL suggested shoe sizing chart.

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Fantastic shoes

The best thing from So ill so far! I've been obsessed with the Tokyo Streets for a couple years and decided I needed a more durable shoe. The rubber on these is thicc.

Good for gym, bouldering, and multipitch rope. I have tried them in cracks but would not recommend this. I really like them on granite slab.

In comparison to what I have, the Free Range Pros handle precise and sticky, just like my Tokyos. I find them a tad less sharp in the toe box, but better for heel hooks.

If you're looking to try these, they remind me of Sportiva Katanas, but with a better fit for my feet.

So iLLLLLL boyyyyy

I’ve been supporting soiLL since I started to climb. Getting the free range pro’s on my feet has tremendously helped me improve my craft. With the dark matter rubber it helps you grip against the wall with pure confidence. They sucked to my feet in all the right ways. Highly recommended if you’re trying to reach new projects.

So Far So Good!!

Ive only wore these 3 times so far. once in the gym and two times outdoors. I went half a size down from my New Zeros and the fit is perfect. the split sole design makes it easier to put on and off even though its half a size smaller. I'm still getting use to wearing a stiff shoe, but outdoors when I place my toe on a tiny chip, I feel confident in toeing down hard on it. In the gym they perform fine. Out doors, they're great. Still not sure if I prefer the softer feel of my New Zeros or the stiffer FRP. I would recommend both for both climbing reasons and fashion.


Comfortable. Sticky rubber. Good toe cap for toe hooks. Cups the heel well for heel hooks. Obviously better for incline and overhangs than vertical.

Great shoe!

Awesome shoe for bouldering. High performance and comfort is 10/10 out of the box especially for an aggressive shoe. I went with the suggested half size up street shoe sizing and no complaints. Can't wait to try the new zero pro as well!

Pro Performance

The Free Range Pro was reimagined and designed in partnership with Toshi Takeuchi to be a go-to maximum performance workhorse.
  • Free Range Pro Climbing Shoe


A classic, proven style receives a host of updates to take it to the next level

So iLL Free Range Pro Climbing Shoe bottom profile


The Free Range Pro is coated in "Dark Matter" rubber, part of the "UnParallel Rubber" family, a sticky outsole rubber originally formulated for the United States Navy Seals to ensure security in foot placement during approaches. It's the stickiest rubber you will experience.

  • Free Range Pro Climbing Shoe

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