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SCARPA Drago LV Climbing Shoes

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Better, Stronger, Narrower...

The Drago LV is just as aggressive as the original Drago. SCARPA simply resized it to fit narrower, flatter feet. Its downturn is just as aggressive and the asymmetry is just as sharp for the similar precision and performance on challenging boulder problems and overhung sport climbs. The sole has the same Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber covering the toe and back heel, leaving the rest of the sole as flexible as possible. This shoe is one of the softest options that SCARPA has to offer, and the sharp toe ensures durable traction on slick limestone and greasy plastic.


  • SCARPA'S classic aggressive climbing shoe resized for boulderers and sport climbers with narrower, flatter feet
  • Aggressive downturn and high asymmetry ensure the precision and performance needed for challenging sport climbs and overhung boulders
  • Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber at toe and heel to ensure durable traction on plastic and slick stone
  • PCB-Tension active rand directs dynamic pressure directly to the big toe
  • PAF (Pressure Absorbing Fit) System improves overall fit by adapting to your heel's shape
  • SRT toe wrap in M50 rubber for flexible support and rugged friction
  • Built without a midsole, the Drago LV is one of the softest climbing shoes on the market
  • Substantial toe rubber for toe hooks and bat hangs
  • Single hook and loop strap for fit adjustability
  • Expect microsuede upper to stretch a half size or so


  • Profile: Moderately Downturned
  • Midsole: None
  • Outsole: Forefoot: Vibram XS Grip 2 (3.5mm)
  • Last: Aggressive, Downturned, and High Asymmetry
  • Upper Material: Microsuede
  • Closure: Hook and loop
  • Weight: 7.1 oz (1/2 pair, size 40)
  • Gender: Men's, Women's


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