Female version best also for kids and thin climbers

EDITORIAL

Monday, 18 January

Adam Ondra has written an interesting post on Insta commenting on when he uses different types of shoes. "For all kids and teenagers, female versions will most likely be the better option. Your weight and shoe size will be a pretty decisive factor for the perception of the stiffness."

It can also be said that the softer the shoes, the more you train your feet and toes. Old 8a article saying: Train with soft shoes and perform with stiffer ones. The picture shows Ondra's 44-sized foot compared to one of the 39-sized shoes he has been using.

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