So iLL - Free Range Pro - Climbing shoes

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Customers say: High edge stability
Customers say: High edge stability
Strong pre-tensioning
Strong pre-tensioning
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Shop consciously!
Dark Matter sole
Dark Matter sole
Normal foot
Normal foot
Hook-and-loop closure
Hook-and-loop closure
Material information & features
Suitable for:
Recommended use:
Bouldering, Sport climbing
Material type:
Synthetic
Sustainability:
Vegan
Closure:
Hook-and-loop closure
Sole:
Dark Matter
Last:
slightly asymmetrical
Downturn:
aggressive
Heel tension:
strong
Terrain:
Vertical, Overhang
Fit:
Normal Foot / Medium Volume
Extras:
Pull on loops, Toe-hook rubber
Misc:
split outsole
Item No.:
301-0590
Product description

Those looking for a stylish performance climbing shoe without too many frills should take a closer look at the Free Range Pro by Southern Illinois (So iLL). Made in the USA is the motto here – which is evident not least in its strong similarity to Hiangle by Five Ten.

The Free Range Pro is the logical next step in the development of the popular Free Range. And that was already quite a beast on the climbing wall. In short: The Free Range Pro offers maximum traction thanks to its Dark Matter rubber blend. The two-part outsole ensures that it stays relatively soft in the midfoot area at the same time (compared to the heel and the forefoot – these are reinforced). This “extra” rubber not only ensures greater durability but also runs from the toes over the instep, ensuring wide traction when hooking. A certain rigidity of the toe box when hooking the toes on an overhang is of course a must.

As is evident already at first glance with the “”Free Range Pro”, it wants to play its part when it comes to high levels of difficulty. And it succeeds with flying colours. Its aggressive downturn applies significant pressure to small footholds and ledges. The heel tension therefore does not come as a surprise. Those who like setting hooks and planning difficult bouldering and therefore demand the greatest traction of their climbing shoes, are well served with the Free Range Pro by So iLL!

Note about sizing: The Free Range Pro comes as a unisex model. The manufacturer’s recommendation is orientated towards the degree of climbing difficulty.

  • Men who are at a maximum of grade eight (UIAA) choose the shoes in their usual shoe size.
  • Women who are at a maximum of grade eight (UIAA) choose the shoes in their usual shoe size.
  • Men who are in upper grade eight (UIAA) and higher, choose the shoes half a size smaller than their usual shoe size.
  • Women who are in upper grade eight (UIAA) and higher, choose the shoes half a size smaller than their usual shoe size.
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jessica's profile picture
| london
Not what I am used to from soill

I am climbing in soills for 5 years more or less. Started with Street LV, added the NEW ZERO and progressed to NEW ZERO PRO when it came out. All three of them are fantastic shoes, I am especially a big fan of the dark matter rubber! I mostly boulder but also use them for rope once in a while. I started to prefer softer shoes quite some time back but felt the need to add a stiffer pair back into the mix to be more versatile and especially for toe and heel hooks and very tiny food holds which can be quite painful at times with a very soft pair as the NEW ZERO (My level: V6/7 & 7b+ on rope). So instead to go back to the Street LV I wanted to try this one instead, caus i did prefer that it is more aggressive. I must, unfortunately, say now, that this is the first one of the soill range, which didn't match my expectation. I have quite a narrow food, which made it always hard to find a shoe which fits perfect, soill always felt like they were made for my food, but this one is very different, very wide and the strap is not great either. Looks great though - lovely colour

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    High edge stability
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    Not adjustable
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Ivana's profile picture
| Bruxelles
Great style and heel hook

Carefull around size. Not as same as the other climbing shoes I used.

  • Advantages
    High edge stability
    Good grip
Thomas's profile picture
| München

  • Advantages
    Robust
    Versatile
    Good grip
    High edge stability

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