If I told you that most climbing shoes are made by malnourished children in oppressively hot, poorly-lit Chinese dungeons, I wouldn’t be so far from the truth as one might hope. So get these new Nagos—they’re Italian-made, certified Fair Labor, 8.29 ounces, stylish.
Ideal for beginners, they’re a solid overall all-around climbing shoe. A great pick for gyms looking to stock a house shoe.
Review via Waylon Lewis, from elephant journal’s good ol’fashioned print Holiday 08 issue.
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