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Yes, you can put your climbing shoes in the freezer. Freezing your climbing shoes can help eliminate odor-causing bacteria and reduce the smell. However, it's important to note that freezing won't completely remove the odor if it's already deeply embedded in the shoes. Freezing is most effective for preventing bacterial growth and reducing mild odo...
Sep 27, 2022
Climbing shoes should be resoled when the rubber on the sole is worn down to a point where it affects your climbing performance and safety. Signs that your climbing shoes may need to be resoled include visible thinning of the rubber, smooth or bald spots on the sole, or decreased traction on the rock. Additionally, if you start feeling discomfort o...
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