Our goal is your satisfaction with our footwear, so let us introduce you some principles that lead to the right choice, use and footwear care. Choosing the right footwear for chosen sport activity needs some time to get the best results.
Correctly selected shoe size is key. The size shown on the box may differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, so each shoe should be tested separately as it fits on the foot. Do not forget to try out both feet. Better time to buy shoes is in the afternoon when a foot has its largest volume. Try out the shoes the way as you will wear it. Keep it for a while on the foot. Try purchased shoes at home in clean conditions again, due to possible size change. Dirty and worn out shoes can not be replaced! The shoes must be regularly treated with the means intended for the type of footwear.
When choosing a suitable model, you should consider the purpose of using this shoe. For sandals whose parts are made of leather, contact with water may damage this part and may cause hardening of the leather. If you expect your sandals to come into contact often with water, we recommend choosing a model with a rubber insole. The fingers in the front need a space of at least 10-15 mm.
For climbing shoes viewpoints of choice are more. It depends on climbing experience, purpose of use, comfort – another model has a different shape, same like feet, barefoot climbing or with socks, etc. More than anywhere else holds – choosen shoes must fit.
The length of the boot inner space (size) should be longer than the length of the foot, fingers should never touch the inside of the shoe tip. Try your shoes with the sock you wear on that boot. Always measure your right and left foot, preferably in the afternoon or evening when the foot has the largest volume. Count with 10 mm reserve. It is important when try if something does not pressure. It is better to try both, larger and smaller variants of chosen model for comparison. Put on boot should not be too tight and should nowhere pushed. Do not forget that during the day when movement is active, foot will increase its volume.