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Aspect

BD570111ALUM0701
(2)
$108.46
$154.72

The Aspect is the trad and crack climbing model of Black Diamond's new line of climbing shoes. It has a neutral, flat last for all-day climbing, a medium stiff midsole to provide strength on edges without too much rigidity for twisting when slotted into cracks, a durable outer to suit abrasive crack climbing, and an Engineered Knit Technology upper that provides more breathability and comfort than traditional leather and synthetic upper materials.

The Aspect is designed to protect the shoe and support the foot when jammed into cracks. The knitted upper extends to the outside of the shoe to provide extra padded protection in foot jams, and the lateral stabiliser rands increase precision by keeping your foot from rolling over when pressure is applied to the outside or inside edges. The Internal Lace Protection System also protects the laces from abrasion when jammed in cracks.

Details:
• 4.3mm rubber is purpose-built for edging and moulded for optimal consistency and performance
• Rubber is moulded - rather than cut from one sheet - to provide the best sensitivity and durability, and minimal weight
• Highest grade European leather upper
• Unisex

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How I choose the correct size?

All climbing shoe models fit differently. We put together our 'shoeculator' to help you find the right size in a new model, compared to your old climbing shoes or street shoes.

Choose from the options below to find your size in the Black Diamond Aspect
Climbing Shoe
or
Street Shoe

This sizing advice is based on two pairs of brand new shoes. Leather shoes tend to stretch more than synthetic shoes. When switching from synthetic to leather you may want to select a smaller size.

The Aspect is the trad and crack climbing model of Black Diamond's new line of climbing shoes. It has a neutral, flat last for all-day climbing, a medium stiff midsole to provide strength on edges without too much rigidity for twisting when slotted into cracks, a durable outer to suit abrasive crack climbing, and an Engineered Knit Technology upper that provides more breathability and comfort than traditional leather and synthetic upper materials.

The Aspect is designed to protect the shoe and support the foot when jammed into cracks. The knitted upper extends to the outside of the shoe to provide extra padded protection in foot jams, and the lateral stabiliser rands increase precision by keeping your foot from rolling over when pressure is applied to the outside or inside edges. The Internal Lace Protection System also protects the laces from abrasion when jammed in cracks.

Details:
• 4.3mm rubber is purpose-built for edging and moulded for optimal consistency and performance
• Rubber is moulded - rather than cut from one sheet - to provide the best sensitivity and durability, and minimal weight
• Highest grade European leather upper
• Unisex

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Product reviews (1)

Nic Klever
Nic Klever
Apr 11, 2019

Granite beast of a shoe!

I was initially dubious about how I would like this shoe, as I very much like my soft shoes, but needed a multipitching shoe so I pulled the trigger on this one. My first impressions were along the lines of “that rubber will not stick to anything”
I wore them in on a 10 pitch granite multipitch (steep slabs), and all I can say is wow! They edge very well on the tiny granite nubbins, and when the feet runout, they smear on things you would have never thought possible.

As for comfort, they are fairly comfortable, but there is a little much heel tension for great comfort and that got quite painful by the end of the climb.

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