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Oxi S

P4085Z17012
(15)
$83.83

The Ocun Oxi S is a performance shoe which has been designed primarily as an indoor bouldering shoe but they wont let you down in other disciplines of climbing. Extra heel and toe rubber make for solid heel and toe hooks whilst the sole offers sensitivity and a secure placement. The slipper design is with an extra velcro strap allows for a great fit and also makes them quick to get on and off between attempts. These are really comfy shoes for how aggressive they are and seem to fit a wide variety of foot shapes well.

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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 Ocun Oxi S
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 Ocun Oxi S is a performance shoe which has been designed primarily as an indoor bouldering shoe but they wont let you down in other disciplines of climbing. Extra heel and toe rubber make for solid heel and toe hooks whilst the sole offers sensitivity and a secure placement. The slipper design is with an extra velcro strap allows for a great fit and also makes them quick to get on and off between attempts. These are really comfy shoes for how aggressive they are and seem to fit a wide variety of foot shapes well.

Customer questions

Q

hi, how long is the interior of this shoe? As this is my forst time buying a climbing shoe. Normally i would use size 8 on a saltic sprit or madrock badget size 9 as well

A

Unfortunately we do not currently stock either MadRock or Saltic and so I cannot give any sizing advice based on these shoes. If you have only worn rental shoes previously I would recommend selecting this shoe either in your street size, or possibly half a size bigger if you want to be sure that they are not uncomfortable.

Bananafingers
Q

hi. i want to buy a pair of these but i don't know what size i should get. i'm using la sportiva kobra size 8.5 right now.

A

We don't stock the Cobra at the present time and so it is difficult for us to call. However, assuming the Cobra has a similar fit to many other La Sportiva Shoes then I would suggest a size 10 Oxi.

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Reviews & ratings

Average rating

Based on 15 ratings
5

Product reviews (5)

Andrew Peachey
Andrew Peachey
Jul 23, 2017

My favourite shoes by far.

I've tried two other Ocun models, and Two Evolv models in my limited climbing experience. But these are the ultimate in performance and comfort.

I wear a 9/10 in street shoes, and a 9 is a good powerful but comfortable fit. I've also worn an 8, which was too tight to get the benefit out of the shoe. The edge is uncompromising, but due to the softness of the shoe you really need to use your toes. Unlike other shoes that edge really well, it also works beautifully on an overhang with a slip indent in the ball of the foot to 'hook' onto holds. And even beyond that, they're plenty soft enough to smear.

I'm sure there are other shoes that perform well, but I'm onto my third pair of these, and will continue buying as long as they're available.

Alex Ling
Alex Ling
Feb 23, 2017

Love these shoes to bits, if I go for them again or there's a flash sale on I will definitely get another pair. Definitely a high-end bouldering or sport climbing shoe, but as an intermediate climber I felt the shoes gave me the maximum confidence with small footholds. The rubber feels pretty sticky at the toe, and the heel is great for friction when heel hooking. I do have awkward sized feet, so if I got another pair I would probably get half a size bigger, just so I can get that extra comfort out of the shoe for a longer period.

Mark Westlake
Mark Westlake
Dec 22, 2016

This is my second pair of Oxis - my first lasted around 6 months or so of frequent indoor use, with the reason I needed to replace them purely down to me tending to punt any wall within a 1m or so radius... In terms of fit they maintained their shape throughout their lifespan and held up well apart from the two wear spots I created between the rand and the sole. The build quality was really good on my first pair with no problems with the stitching or materials cropping up, and it seems to be exactly the same for my second pair too.

HIRONORI MORI
HIRONORI MORI
Dec 15, 2016

I made these shoes the third pair of shoes.
First foot is Sportiva's solution 37.5
The second pair is Scarpa's FURIA 38.5
And this shoes bought 6.5.

These shoes are easy to wear and easy to familiarize
It became immediate fighting force.

Mark Westlake
Mark Westlake
Jun 03, 2016

I bought these as my first shoe after a pair of hand-me-down Boreals, so I don't have much to compare them to - that said, they were (unsurprisingly) way, way better than the Boreal shoes I was using before!

When I first got them they felt super tight to the point that I thought about going up half a size, but I'm glad I didn't as they did stretch out enough after 4-5 sessions to the point where they were much more manageable. Definitely not 'all day' comfort levels, but the performance makes up for this.

In terms of the performance the rubber feels nicely grippy, the extra toe and heel coverage mean that if you're hooking it's not an issue and overall the shape/profile of the shoe has been ideal for the indoor bouldering I've been doing. I've done a little outdoor bouldering in them too and they've performed well there too.

As mentioned, I don't have anything to compare these to directly but I've been really happy with them. Thanks to the guys at BF for the recommendation!

For sizing, I wear a UK10 for my normal shoes, and I bought a UK10 in these. Due to the shape of my big toe/the toe box on the shoes I don't think going down a half size would really be do-able without them being extremely uncomfortable, to the point that it would be more of a distraction than any possible performance benefit would merit.

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