The style of climbing shoe you go for can make all the difference to your overall experience. If you are regularly undertaking all-day climbing missions involving multi-pitch routes or alternatively, just starting out on lower grade routes in your local climbing gym, you might want to consider a flatter sole shoe that feature slightly more padding for overall comfort. If you want to push yourself on more challenging grades either indoors or outside, our selection of aggressive climbing shoes feature a more down-turned sole to assist with those tricky technical holds. Whatever you are looking for, your climbing shoes are an important part of your overall kit and integral to your confidence and progression as a climber. If you are unsure of where to start, take a look at our climbing shoe buying guide for some advice on what to look for.