25 March 2024

Resole and get back out there with the newest TX4 Evo

Advertorial: High performance standards, maximum fit, and comfort combined in one product: TX4 Evo is the new shoe developed to ensure safety and comfort during approach phases to climbing walls. Rocks and scree will no longer be obstacles thanks to the Impact Brake System™ technology equipped on the outsole, which ensures maximum grip during descents and traction control uphill.

The Climbing Zone, located at the toe, offers precision and grip during the most technical approaches and complex passages, while the Resole Platform™ insert allows the product to be resoled and extends its life cycle, reducing environmental impact without affecting the performance standards and technical characteristics of the gear. Durability, safety, and comfort to tackle the toughest challenges. TX4 Evo: a favourite, now resoleable.
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