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SImond Rock+, Climbing Shoes, Adult

Sale price: $50.00 Regular price: $79.99

Looking for a shoe you can progress in, that’s reasonably precise without compromising comfort? High-tech sole ensures grip and precision. Shape offers comfort and ease of use.

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SImond Rock+, Climbing Shoes, Adult | Our designers and climbing-instructor partners developed this shoe for improving your skills wherever you climb.

Looking for a shoe you can progress in, that’s reasonably precise without compromising comfort? High-tech sole ensures grip and precision. Shape offers comfort and ease of use.

Comfortable fit

Heel and tongue wrapped in foam padding for more comfort.


Moderately rigid sole holds foot in place.


Precision ensured by the shape of the front sole


Vibram XS GRIP rubber on the toe for excellent grip and precision.

Easy to open/close

2 rip-tab straps let you slip on and adjust fastening with precision.

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Climbing shoes

The old version of these shoes were really good. Recently I purchased the new version and the front of the foot/ toe area is way too narrow.

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Hi Gemma,

I am sorry to hear that you were not satisfied with these climbing shoes. Your membership gives you access to 365 days to return or exchange items, and as such we would be pleased to refund or exchange the item for you. This is not a commonly encountered problem, so if you are interested in exchanging the product we hope you will have a positive experience. Thank you for taking the time to submit a review, as your feedback enables us to make improvements. 


Great begineer shoe

This shoe has been amazing for the start of my climbing experience it is in a great price range for entry level, it has good grip and fits nicely but slightly lacks on comfort when initiating heel hooks and toe hooks, I am however climbing at a much higher level now and find the shoe to be lacking for the tougher grades.

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Great casual climbing shoes

Good shoes for the casual climber. Great value for the quality.

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Bons chaussons pour le débutant que je suis

Premier mois d’escalade de bloc, et très satisfait de ces chaussons, qui sont parfaits pour leur prix

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Beginner shoes

I think these are good beginner shoes. I have used them once, sockless, and some of the blue came on my feet, but other than that they were comfortable and I climbed well. I am just a beginner though, so I am not sure what I'd be looking for. I got a tight pair, but it didn't end up causing any pain in the 1.5 hours of climbing.

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Hello Anna,

thank you very much for reviewing those climbing shoes.

We are glad to hear that you enjoyed them while climbing for an hour and half.

We are sure that you did amazing! Please let us know if your encounter any problem in the future.

See you again very soon and happy climbing!

Decathlon Calgary Team

Good beginner shoes

After a month wearing these shoes 3 times a week, I find them comfortable but they leave my feet completely blue after climbing, the dye is wearing off and is quite hard to take off my skin. I still think they are great overall for the price.

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Excellent Vibram sole

For the money these are excellent the Vibram s grip sole gives me so much more confidence on the wall with much less fear of slipping my previous 510 shoes were resoled with random rubber and were unsafe . The comfort means i can keep them on for a couple of hrs . In this price range i haven't seen another pair with a Vibram sole . I climb up to V4

Good to start off with

These shoes are great to start off with. Got them not long after I started bouldering as I didn't want to keep paying for rentals but wasn't willing to get a more expensive pair quite yet. First off, definitely get a size down. I tried on a 6 and thought they were too tight so went for a 7 (which is my normal shoe size) which fit great initially. After you've worn them in and they stretch they won't be as snug as you need them to be, definitely get a size down. I've been climbing in them for about 3 months now, I go bouldering twice a week and have just started to climb some V2 routes. They were great up until recently, they've lost a lot of the grip they had before and I find I'm slipping a lot more and don't have as much grip as I did previously. I only bought them to start off with so they've definitely served their purpose, would definitely recommend if you're starting out or climbing between VB-V1, but I think passed V2 or if you're climbing regularly you definitely need a more durable pair

great for beginners

I have bought this when I first started bouldering 3-4 months ago. I wear size 3 shoes usually, when i tried size 3 on at first it fit quite tight and was really uncomfortable in store so I went for a size 4 which was perfect (without socks on ofc). After a few weeks it did stretch and ever since then it is only comfortable with socks on, I wish I would have went for the size 3! I have no issues with the sturdiness of it, it holds really well, the rubber is starting to rub off a bit but that is expected. As I started to climb V3 and V4 routes I do feel like I need better shoes, but that was expected as well. Overall great shoes to start with, happy with this purchase.

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Perfect fit

Comfortable and pretty tough so far.

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Grip is no good kept slipping

They are only good for very beginner routes e.g. V0 - V1, any more advanced and they don't hold well, they are very slippery and I keep slipping off the holds and bolsters.

Very good

Comfort my son very like it

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Hi Padam, thank you for the 5-star rating of our store. We hope to see you back in store very soon for all of your sporting needs.

good for the first few weeks...

These were decent price point for an entry shoe, they fit nicely and the Vibram sole is fairly sticky. But having climbed in them for a few months, the upper has started really twisting on my foot, which causes a fair amount of pain through the toes when climbing. Can't figure out if it's the upper that has stretched, or the Velcro has lost it's stick. I think the latter as they're fine at the start of the session but twisting towards the end.

Great shoes


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Additional Product Information


Outer sole of

  • 100% Rubber - Synthetic

Upper of

  • 65% Polyamide
  • 35% Polyurethane

Lining and sock of

  • 100% Polyester cationic

Shoe shape

Straight climbing shoe with flat profile. Ensures comfort.


XS Grip material is designed and made by VIBRAM. It ensures excellent grip, no matter where you’re climbing.

Sizing recommendations

For beginner climbers, we recommend choosing a shoe the same size as your normal size. They should feel tight without hurting. If you are a climber working to improve your skills, you can buy them tighter (1 size below normal, for example), but it's important they don't hurt, so that your foot can develop mobility, proprioception, and strength. You will also enjoy climbing more.

Care instructions

Our first tip is to never machine wash your shoes. Thermal and mechanical pressure could damage them. We recommend that you wash them by hand, either with a sponge soaked in clean water or with a sponge soaked in soapy water (Marseille soap), being sure to air-dry them at a stable temperate and avoid drying them on a radiator or in full sunlight. We recommend washing them regularly to increase the life span of the shoes.

Resoling tips

The sole bushing wears out quickly when climbing. For regular climbers, the life of the bushings is generally 6 months to 1 year. This depends on many factors (type of rock or resin, climbing style, types of routes, etc.). As soon as you see the synthetic leather through the bushings, you must get them resoled. If you pierce the synthetic leather, resoling will be difficult. Our Decathlon workshops offer resoling services to extend the life of your shoes.



Product testing

Designed by our teams in the Chamonix valley (France) at the foot of Mont Blanc. Our technical partners test them in the field to validate product claims.

Storage instructions

Avoid heat (cars in summer, proximity to a heat source) and humidity. Store in a cool, dry place.

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