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TC Pros from Rock and Resole. Seems rounded?
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By JLP
From The Internet
Jun 7, 2012

My understanding is that Caldwell goes through a lot of brand new TC Pros on his Dawn wall project, sometimes more than a pair per day. My newest shoes are usually my edging shoes, rarely a resole. It's not just the rubber, the whole shoe can be too soft and loose by the time it needs a resole.


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By Ty Morrison-Heath
From Bozeman, MT
Jun 7, 2012
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csproul wrote:
The real question is why would you use a $180 pair of TC Pros in the gym? That does look a bit hack to me. My new TC pros have pretty sharp edges. Resoling is an art, sometimes it goes well and sometimes not. I'd rather have it done well from the start, but how a company handles the bad jobs also says a lot about them. Hope you get it fixed.


Note where the original poster is from....Thats why you'd use them in a gym because there is no climbing to be found anywhere around him.


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By Colonel Mustard
From Reno, NV
Jun 8, 2012
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Ryan Williams wrote:
Yea, not sure what they were going for but that doesn't look right to me. R&R is in Boulder right? I got four pair of shoes resoled by them last year and they did an excellent job w/ a quick turn around. I'd say give 'em a call and see what they have to say. Don't be hostile, just give your honest opinion.


My experience has been quality resoles from them as well. Those shoes don't look right though.


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By Ezekiel Thornton
From Akron, Ohio
Jun 8, 2012
Top of Castleton

I didn't notice a difference with my Katana's edging abilities after the resole. I've put them on super thin horizontals to pebbles. I will agree that a new shoe is more likely to have better rubber formation and quality due to the difference in process. That's assuming la sportiva has a better process than RR.




Ty Morrison-Heath wrote:
Note where the original poster is from....Thats why you'd use them in a gym because there is no climbing to be found anywhere around him.


haha yeah F my life.

Some small cliffs and boulders. (whipps ledges)

NRG is 4H15m away..in the last 3 months I've spent 1 day at home during the weekend. Been lucky on weather!


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By erik kapec
From prescott, az
Jun 8, 2012
enjoying the static, grappel and a smoke on Dana...

My buddies TC's came back a little rounded once, but he climbed on them and they didn't hinder his climbing.




Just go barefoot. Czech style then there would be no need for a resole!


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By Ezekiel Thornton
From Akron, Ohio
Nov 9, 2012
Top of Castleton

Even though it has been awhile since this happened I never updated to say that the second resole of the TC pros are AMAZING! Feels like brand new and am now sending more work back to them.


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By kennoyce
From Layton, UT
Nov 9, 2012
Climbing at the Gallery in Red Rocks

While we're on the subject, does anyone have the number for Rock and Resole?


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By Ezekiel Thornton
From Akron, Ohio
Nov 9, 2012
Top of Castleton

(303) 440-0414


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By kennoyce
From Layton, UT
Nov 9, 2012
Climbing at the Gallery in Red Rocks

Ezekiel Thornton wrote:
(303) 440-0414


Well, that didn't turn out quite the way I had hoped;)


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By NickinCO
From colorado
Nov 9, 2012
after the hard stuff, into cruiser hands.

LOL you have yet to develop the skills of a true jedi!


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By Peter Hurtgen
From Fort Collins, CO
Mar 7, 2013
at the rap from yellow spur

what is R and R's email?


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