What a sticky climbing shoe! Unparallel's Souped Up review

We tested what is perhaps the stickiest climbing shoe for you, the Souped Up by Unparallel, in the climbing hall and on the rock. You can find out how the shoe fared in the following video. AND: You can win a model - tailor-made for you, even before the official market launch!

Unparallel is known for its in-house rubber compounds, which make the climbing shoes particularly sticky. After we last year the model Flagship tested for you, we have now set out with a new model: The souped up. The Souped Up is a high-performance climbing shoe that primarily feels at home in the climbing gym. But not only! The Souped Up from Unparallel also convinced us on the rock.

Stasa Gejo climbs an impressive sport climbing route in Chironico with the Souped Up. (Picture: Hans Radetzki)
Stasa Gejo climbs an impressive sport climbing route in Chironico with the Souped Up. (Picture: Hans Radetzki)

Win the Souped Up climbing shoe

Lacrux is giving away in cooperation with unparallel three pairs of the Souped Up. The shoes will be custom-made for winners and shipped before the official launch in spring 2023! Not bad, right? See below for details. ⤵️

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Video: We test the new miracle weapon from Unparallel – the Souped Up climbing shoe

How does the shoe perform in the climbing gym? Where does souped up on the rock make sense and where not? You can find out that and more in this video.

So you participate in the raffle

  1. Answer the following question: What is the name of the rubber compound used in the front sole area?
  2. Enter your answer in the form below

Conditions of participation: Participation is possible until December 31, 2022, 23.59:XNUMX p.m. All persons residing in Switzerland, Germany and Austria are entitled to participate. Excluded from this are employees of Lacrux Medien GmbH, Scott Sports SA and their commissioned companies. The winners will be informed via E-mail. We do not correspond about the tournament. A cash payment is not possible. Participation in the raffle is independent of a product order or purchase.

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