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Scarpa's Women's Reflex Climbing Shoe offers a straightforward shoe for all-around climbing and training. Whether you're just starting out or a crafty veteran looking for value, the Reflex's suede upper and sticky TAC 100 rubber sole won't disappoint. Dual power straps give you a custom fit without wasting your time, so you get more vert time.

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Great shoe but not for smearing

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Bought these as my first pair of new shoes (my very first pair was second hand and disappeared at the crag)

These were originally for climbing in the Rockies and I sized down for a super snug fit which was great. I then moved to Vietnam and they expanded so much in the humidity my feet slid around inside the shoes! When I got back to dry Canadian air they did fit more snuggly again.

My biggest complaint with these shoes is they suck for smearing. Luckily limestone is grippy enough on its own to be somewhat effective but otherwise awful.

So while I do recommend these I won't be repurchasing.

Great shoe but not for smearing

Perfect Beginner Shoes

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

These shoes are perfect. Great for any beginner. They are very comfortable and have nice traction. The sizing chart seems to be fairly true to size, but for a super snug fit you could always go down a half size.


Great Beginner Shoe

  • Gender:Female

I'm new to climbing and needed a shoe that I could use while I learn. This one is perfect. I got a half size smaller, because I was not ready for super tight shoes yet, and they fit me well.


Not an aggressive climbing shoe

    It is a good shoe for crack climbing, where you don't need an aggressive shape or serious stick. However, this shoe is right around mediocre. I purchased these after having a pair of the five ten anasazis, and what a down grade.

    Hi! I'm a fairly experienced climber (around F6b+), but don't really have the budget for some fancy shoes right now. I was wondering how these are for smearing, particularly indoors?

    I'm not sure what F6b+ means, but these shoes SUCK for smearing, not that I climb indoors much..... but they don't smear well in real life. I'd say pack a lunch the next couple of days, or skip a couple of cups of coffee this week and just get a pair of shoes that don't suck, especially if you're already a fairly dialed climber :-)


    nice shoe

      Very nice first shoe for the girlfriend. She's way more confident now that she has a pair of shoes that fit and the rubber on these is nice.


      Not Bad, Not Great..

        These are my beginner shoes, and they are just that. I got a 6.5 and I am usually a 7.5, I'd recommend just going down a half size, but I am OK with a little comfort in my climbing shoes.. I will buy a new pair when these breakdown, probably a different brand all together. But they are not bad beginner shoes, especially for the price.