This paper presents the fabrication, characterization and testing of bio-inspired synthetic dry adhesive fiber arrays. Fibers were fabricated via micromolding followed by spatula tip formation via dipping. Arrays of fibers with diameters between 28 μm and 57 μm and a height of 114 μm were fabricated with high uniformity on 6.25 cm2 areas with up to 95% yield. Adaptation to uneven surfaces was observed with fiber elongations over 6 times the original height of the fiber. The unstructured sample exhibited 1.6 times as much adhesion as the fiber array sample for the flat punch indenter. However, fibrillar samples demonstrated up to 5.3 times as much adhesion as the unstructured sample for the hemispherical indenter. The fibrillar adhesive sample was implemented on a wall climbing robot which was able to carry itself and climb a distance on a painted wall and wood door.