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comment Are used climbing shoes safe?
@nekomatic I agree to an extent. Just wearing your first pair shouldn't hurt, but climbing for a couple of hours, should cause your feet to hurt as much as your hands. To me the bigger issue is your feet's ability to not slide around in the shoe once your foot starts sweating. If it starts moving around because you chose a shoe big enough so that it won't hurt after a couple of hours, then blisters and hotspots become a danger, and they become less useful for smearing, toe holds or any climbing really.
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