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By Price
From SLC, UT
Jan 15, 2010
4 out of 5 stars.

Best shoe ever, but nearly impossible to get dog sh*t out of the tread.

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By Dusty
From Fort Collins
Jan 15, 2010
just teasin' the sharks...
1 out of 5 stars.

Mine completely fell apart with minimal use. Maybe I got a lemon...

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By sqwirll
From Las Vegas
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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By Dave Swink
From Boulder, Co
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.

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By Graham Johnson
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

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By Price
From SLC, UT
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.

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By jmeizis
From Colorado Springs, CO
Jan 25, 2010
The Beginning of Mr. Clean (5.8) at the Barkeater Cliffs in Adirondack Park NY.
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.

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By Aaron Martinuzzi
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.

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By Chris Plesko
From Westminster, CO
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.

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By Barry Collins
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.

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By Ryan Fischer
From Boulder
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.

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