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I recently purchased these and have not been climbing yet on account of it being the winter. I think these shoes are awesome so far. I wear them as my primary around town shoe now (replacing my Sanuk's). I also love how the heal collapses so easy, but when it isn't collapsed it is still a sturdy shoe, this will make it great for switching between my climbing shoes and these when I'm not on the wall. But...
I can see how everyone is saying these will not hold up for Approach shoes. I am planning on going climbing this week so we will see how it goes. I am going into it thinking I need to be ultra careful to not start ruining the canvas sides or not to rough up the rubber on the toe.
Also, when I purchased them I got a half a size larger because of previous reviews. This is super important because I don't think they would've fit with my regular size. They also seem a little tight around the foot at first (I actually think I have a fat foot).
I bought these for my wife for her birthday. We have taken them up to Zion NP a whole bunch and she absolutely loves them. If you don't have vibram shoes they are definitely worth it.
I got her the sage khaki / prairie mist color, although you can tell they are hiking shoes, they are something she can wear around after a hike as well.
I purchased the black / grey models. They have a great style and they are very flexible compared to previous gloves I have owned.
They keep me warm even on my motorcycle going 75 on my way to work. Even if it is raining / snowing.