|Age Range||Big Kid|
|Size||1 US Big Kid|
|Usage||Mountain, Climbing, Outdoor, Backpacking Climbing, Hiking|
|Product Dimensions||20.32 x 15.24 x 12.7 cm; 170.1 Grams|
Butora Brava Kids Climbing Shoe
- Wide open, single flap hook and loop closure design for easy on-and-off.
- Adjustable heel strap will keep kids comfortable even as they outgrow their normal shoes.
- 100% synthetic microfibers are vegan-friendly.
- Excellent durability with micro fiber fabric.
- EVA-cushioned midsole lets kids wear the shoe all day with comfort.
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Whether your child is destined to be the first person to put up a v18 or just enjoys the simple pleasures of their natural climbing instinct, the Brava is for them. The EVA-cushioned midsole lets kids wear the shoe all day with comfort. Wide open, single flap hook and loop closure design for easy on-and-off. Adjustable heel strap will keep them comfortable even as they outgrow their normal shoes. 100% synthetic microfibers are vegan-friendly. Please size up 2-3 sizes from your child's normal street shoe size. Butora's climbing shoes run a bit small but are adjustable, so sizing up two sizes insures the shoes last a bit longer and are comfortable for your special little one!
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This is because when we actually got out to the rock, as she was trying to climb, the toe was bending too much and she couldn’t feel any small spots to try to grip or push on her toes.
After the day was over, I looked at these shoes and the Mad Rock ones with the monkey on top that I had gotten for my son, and these had held up much better. They climbed the same routes the same amount of times. His pair had rips on the bottom of the shoe already after 1 climb, but these Butora ones still looked unfazed.
I’m going to keep the size 5 I got her to grow into and order these two sizes down from that (so since she’s a 1-1.5, get her a 3).
Shipping was great, material of shoe is soft and good quality. Doesn’t seem to be anything larger than youth size 5. Wished they had larger youth sizes and wide width options since the shoes run 3-4 sizes too small! I don’t think the people who make these climbing shoes have kids or understand how kid feet vary in width/size. Seems like they make the youth shoes with the same mindset as adult competitive climbers. Please be more kid friendly, which will make life much easier for the parents who struggle to find their kiddos comfy climbing shoes so we don’t have to hear them whine about their feet being squeezed into narrow shoes!