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SCARPA Force V Climbing Shoe

$169.00
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Your climbing shoes shouldn't make your feet feel like they're in ski boots which is why SCARPA made the Force V men's climbing shoe. The Force V brings all of the features that you know and love from more technical climbing shoes to a comfortable design meant to be worn all day. Don't let the flat profile fool you, this all-around shoe can handle anything from technical slab climbs to overhanging desert roof pitches. The dual strap closure gives you the ability to slip them off as necessary while spending all day on multi-pitch epics and the aero mesh upper gives some extra padding and breathability as you sweat your way through the crux. An all suede upper easily conforms to the shape of your foot and only gets more comfortable over time while the slight asymmetry is enough to drive power to your big toe without hurting your toes. From bouldering to sport climbing to trad pitches, the Force V is ready to take you to the top. 

 

Features

  • Flat, slightly asymmetric last offers all day comfort and performance
  • Suede leather upper is both comfortable and malleable
  • Aero mesh tongue provides a breathable upper 
  • 4mm Vibram XS Edge rubber is durable and sticky for both sharp and glassy footholds
  • Medium tension, active rand is efficient without causing unnecessary foot pain
  • Two hook and loop straps for fit adjustability

Specs

  • Profile: Flat
  • Midsole: Flexan 1.0mm
  • Outsole: Vibram XS Edge (4mm)
  • Last: Flat Profile/Slightly Asymmetric 
  • Upper Material: 1.8mm Suede
  • Closure: Two hook and loop straps
  • Weight: 9.2 oz (1/2 pair, size 40)
  • Gender: Men's

 

8pt.jpg Important Warning for California Residents: This product may expose you to chemicals including hexavalent chromium, formaldehyde, and perfluorinated compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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