Customer Reviews Of:
Evolv Astroman Climbing Shoes (For Men and Women)

Closeouts. Blast off on your next long day in the mountains wearing Evolv's Astroman climbing shoes. A great choice for long trad routes, the Astroman is effective in a variety of crack sizes and boasts a comfortably padded tongue and a flat toe for comfort.

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  • Reviewed by Miss adventure from Idaho on Wednesday, September 20, 2017
    Love these climbing shoes... I wear street shoes US 6 and I got size 7 and they fit perfect. Not too bad for the price.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Family of 6 climbers from Montana on Wednesday, August 2, 2017
    These are great climbing shoes for my daughter. However, the size is way off. My daughter is a size 7 and we had to get a size 9.5. We bought size 7's and ended up needing to buy another pair. Fortunately, the first pair fit my youngest child.
  • Reviewed by Rocky Mtn Hi from Colorado on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
    Good thing STP has an EZ return policy! It took 3 tries to get the right fit on these these well made over-the-ankle shoes. Ended up 2.5 sizes larger than my regular size 6. I also own Evolv Demortos designed for those with a longer 2nd toe. They are 2 sizes larger. Apparently during the intervening years Evolv has not adjusted their boot lasts to match standards. I will be testing these out on the rock in the coming months.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hiker from SF on Monday, March 13, 2017
    I love hightop shoes as the low cut tennies just don't do well in the in the real world. I've been on Astroman but you only need a pitch of crack to let you know how important the ankle protection is. If the shoe fits, stock up as there aren't many hightops out there. Almost 2 sizes too small.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rex Alexander from Southern California on Tuesday, September 20, 2016
    I bought Evolv Astroman and Scappa together, both same size as my street shoes. Scappa sizing are prefect snug for my foot. (without downsize). Evolv Astroman are way over tight, consider it's not really aggressive shoes. My right foot is very snug and tight. My left foot even feel pain.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gina from Illinois on Saturday, July 9, 2016
    This shoe is really great. The fit is smaller than expected, ended up ordering a full size bigger than the normal street shoe size. They are still a little tight on the big toe but they should stretch some.
    new to wearing climbing shoes so getting used to the way they fit and the tightness will be interesting. But I don't have any doubts that these shoes will perform great.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Native One from Albany, N.Y. on Sunday, July 3, 2016
    Tried the evolv shamans and couldn't fit them well. Astro,s fit better for my mid volume foot and not as aggressive as the shamans. Lacing must better than my old sportiva' s.
  • Reviewed by trad from ca on Friday, June 17, 2016
    Great trad shoe. Tight sizing though. I wear a size 9 street shoe. Had to get a size 9.5 Astroman. Toes still not flat.
  • Reviewed by Steven from Fort Collins on Thursday, May 19, 2016
    I wear a 9.5 -10 men's (maybe a bit closer to 10) in a street shoe/boot. I order 9.5. They fit snug but are getting more manageable after a couple of sessions. They perform well, and I believe they will continue stretch a little for more comfortable crack climbing, while retaining a somewhat performance fit. The close out price here is excellent
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chris the climber from Massachusetts on Wednesday, May 11, 2016
    The shoes look good but the sizing is a big problem. I bought this pair of Evolve Astroman for someone whose foot corresponds exactly to the measurements given on the Evolve size conversion chart. He is a 42 European; 8 UK; his foot measures 265mm, which corresponds exactly to a size Men's 9 US on the Evolve chart. So I had no reservation buying the Evolve Astroman in 9 US. It is true that these are climbing shoes and street sizes do not always match climbing shoe sizes. However Evolve Astroman in men's 9 US is actually shorter than my women's 8 shoe size. The shoe is much shorter than the 270 mm that it is said to be on the Evolve size chart. The Evolve size chart is inaccurate and people should not rely on it to buy Evolve shoes (despite the fact that Evolve is a specialist in climbing shoes and one would assume that the chart they use as a chart specifically for their shoes should display the measurements of their shoes!). As a result of this inaccuracy one has to buy several pairs of shoes until finally one of them matches one's size. I don't see how difficult it would be to give the exact shoe length. That would help people buy the right shoe (the tightness issue is a different issue depending on the kind of climbing you want to do). Very disappointed with this purchase (no time to reorder who knows how many pairs of shoes to find the one that is the right length, and pay for shipping every time as well)
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