The first time you try the OASI you’ll realise that it’s something completely different.
Despite its curved form the Oasi is superbly comfortable - more so than many flat rock shoes - allowing you to climb all day without even thinking about pain.
This model is from the Aerial Plus range - a high performance range of climbing shoes built on an aggressively curved last, making them perfect for overhanging routes, without sacrificing any efficiency on tiny edges or friction holds.
Also offering levels of comfort previously unheard of in such high performance shoes.
The Oasi’s design and system of construction lets the heel sit lower while climbing and is superbly responsive to every situation, relaying detailed information back to the user in any situation.
The Oasi’s aggressively curved form responds to every subtle movement of the foot.
To further enhance this Tenaya have created RBRX technology which works seamlessly with their SXR Dynamics system, giving you greater contact with the rock over a range of movements.
A 3.5mm rubber sole and five-micro-layer insole conveys every nuance of the rock and allows maximum transmission of power to the footholds.
Fit Guide :
Technical Fit, for hard bouldering and sport climbing, high-grade trad climbing - down 1.5 - 2.0 UK sizes
Semi Technical Fit, for mid-grade bouldering and sport climbing, ambitious trad climber - down 1.0 - 1.5 UK sizes
Series : Aerial Plus
Recommended Use : Vertical or overhanging routes and all kinds of bouldering.
Colour : Off Whte / Blue
Last : Slip
Fit : Glove-like
Shape : Aggressively curved, slightly down turned and moderately cambered, toe box is roomy for this level of show
Heel tension : Slight / medium
Uppers : Microfibre
Closure : Velcro, patented Draxtor system for a very precise lacing system.
Tongue : Lycra, two-layer and bidirectional
Lining : TXT treated cotton
Insole : 2D multi-layer Stretchtex,
Midsole : Double midsole GI 1.8 & TST 150, a thin midsole in the forefoot, providing good lateral stiffness,
Sole : Vibram XS Grip 3.5mm, enhances touch and sensitivity.
Tenaya Ratings :
- Rigidity 3.0/5, not too stiff for the gym. not too soft for outdoor climbing.
More rigid and structured shoes,more power can be transmitted to the rock.
- Sensitivity 4/5
The more sensitive a shoe is, the more information gets transferred to the climber about the shape and the characteristics of the foot holds, giving a sensation of closer contact with the rock.
- Foot Width Response 3.5/5
This is the capacity of the shoe to adapt to the width of your foot.
This capacity is not only determinate by the