Scarpa Vapor V Rock Shoes - Women's
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Small edges and nasty smears are nothing these shoes can't handle. The updated Vapor V has a slightly stiffer midsole than previous, providing a supportive platform for hard face and crack climbs. Scarpa's Bi-Tension system pulls power back from your toes rather than cramming your foot painfully forward, so you get more power with less tension on your foot.
- Uppers are made of microsuede for comfort and long-lasting fit.
- Padded mesh tongue cushions feet on long multi-pitches and in cracks.
- Slightly asymmetric, curved shape for precise foot placement.
- 1.5mm Talyn midsole provides a supportive platform for edging and jamming.
- Sole is 3.5mm Vibram® XS Grip2 rubber grips small edges and is well suited for lighter climbers.
- Members typically downsize 1-1.5 sizes (performance fit) or 0.5-1 sizes (comfort fit) from their street shoe size.
A neutral shoe suits long routes and cracks. Moderate shoes allow precision and good edging. Aggressive shoes are downturned and tensioned, for power to the toe on steep or overhanging routes.
Highly asymmetric shoes allow more precision and focused power. Symmetrical shoes are more comfortable for all-around climbing.
Stiffness is provided by the type of sole and the tensioning system. Softer shoes allow more precision. Supportive shoes prevent fatigue.
|Outsoles||3.5mm Vibram XS Grip 2|
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