Get ready for lots of cool new approach shoes next Spring. Meant to be worn to the crag, for some scrambling or during a fast and light hike, these stylish approach shoes will look just as good walking around town post climb.
Adidas is pushing further into outdoor with these Terrex Solo approach shoes. A hi-tech athletic design and construction give you lightweight protection and grip for that fast approach. The shoe last is shaped to keep you stable and secure over rocks on your way to the crag or during that afternoon trail hike.
Extended lacing over an EVA tongue top let you create a tighter fit for more comfort. A molded Vildona Drysole controls the moisture inside your shoe while the TRAXION outsole lugs and forefoot zone with Super Hi-Traction rubber ensure optimal grip. Asymmetrical heel loops allow you to easily attach the Terrex Solo approach shoes to your backpack or harness.
The Haglofs Roc Legend is the perfect approach shoe that will also allow you to do some light climbing or scrambling. Built for rocky environments, the reinforced narrower heel and roomy toe give you increased stability, firmness and extra protection.
The uppers on the Roc Legend approach shoes are made of durable, water-repellent suede with a soft, quick dry lining. Long, asymmetrical laces and a molded SOLE footbed help to further improve your stability. The Vibram IdroGrip soles offer optimum traction on dry and wet terrain.
Asolo has ventured into approach shoes with their new Escape collection. This series of mid and low cut lightweight shoes are built with the same quality and fit of the Asolo boots but are meant more for day to day use.
The Escape approach shoes feature water resistant suede uppers and a moderately aggressive Vibram outsole. An EVA midsole manages both comfort and shock. Similar to the
Scarpa Mojitos, the Escape collection comes in an array of colors so you can be styling no matter where you go.