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Jan 15, 2010
4 out of 5 stars.

Best shoe ever, but nearly impossible to get dog sh*t out of the tread.
Price
From SLC, UT
Joined Apr 29, 2007
324 points
Jan 15, 2010
just teasin' the sharks...
1 out of 5 stars.

Mine completely fell apart with minimal use. Maybe I got a lemon...
Dusty
From Fort Collins
Joined Apr 28, 2008
260 points
Jan 15, 2010
Cool snow formation at the base.
Dusty wrote:
1 out of 5 stars. Mine completely fell apart with minimal use. Maybe I got a lemon...


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sqwirll
From Las Vegas
Joined Mar 12, 2006
1,471 points
Jan 15, 2010
Great compromise approach/descent shoe for me. My Exum Ridge shoes wear relatively well for hiking in and provides good traction for descents. I was very tired of slipping on descents using other approach shoes.

4 1/2 stars.
Dave Swink
From Boulder, Co
Joined Jun 14, 2007
43 points
Jan 24, 2010
yeah, mine fell apart very quickly too. Pretty disappointed with them. 1/5 stars. I give them one star because they look cool.

Graham
Graham Johnson
Joined Apr 27, 2006
1 points
Jan 24, 2010
This post was supposed to be a joke because I can't get the dog shit out of mine. Oh well.

Got some Evolv Escapists. Feel great right out of the box.
Price
From SLC, UT
Joined Apr 29, 2007
324 points
Jan 25, 2010
The Beginning of Mr. Clean (5.8) at the Barkeater ...
Uh oh, I just got a pair and so far really like them. They feel like they're going to last longer than the Cirque Pros I owned but now I don't know. Despite the sole coming apart on my Cirques they still lasted 2 years before the started falling off my feet. jmeizis
From Colorado Springs, CO
Joined Jul 30, 2008
250 points
Jan 25, 2010
end of the day in the black canyon.
i've liked my exum pros. definitely would give a positive review, but i've only had them for a month or so, and i won't say anything too glowing about them too soon. Aaron Martinuzzi
Joined Apr 15, 2008
1,585 points
Jan 25, 2010
OMG, I winz!!!
I love them as flatirons scrambling shoes and for talus hopping 14ers. Mine lasted about a year before they rubber wasn't as sticky climbing in them so they got retired from soloing duty. They're still fine hiking and peaking bagging shoes. I beat the crap out of them pretty good in the first year. Chris Plesko
From Westminster, CO
Joined Oct 18, 2007
560 points
Apr 21, 2010
Me
Light, comfortable for my wide foot. Took them out of the box and took off an a 18 mile round trip hike without a problem. So far seem durable and sticky soles too. 5 out of 5 for this guy. Barry Collins
Joined Jul 9, 2006
24 points
Apr 21, 2010
sunset on Sundance Buttress
I have had 2 pairs of Exum Ridges over the years. Mediocre shoe at best. I am in love w/ my Boulder X's though. They climb and hike circles around the E.R.s
Mos def my fav approach shoe and possibly shoe of all time.
Ryan Fischer
From Boulder
Joined Feb 22, 2008
119 points


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