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  • Scarpa Vapor V Climbing Shoe - XS Edge - Men's Top
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  • Scarpa Vapor V Climbing Shoe - XS Edge - Men's Top
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  • Scarpa Vapor V Climbing Shoe - XS Edge - Men's Bottom
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Scarpa Vapor V Climbing Shoe - XS Edge - Men's

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    Vaporize your projects.

    Upgrade your sending arsenal with Scarpa Men's Vapor V Climbing Shoe before hopping on your lifelong projects again. This shoe focuses on precise footwork over a variety of footholds, both overhung and vertical. Bi-Tension randing reverses standard slingshot randing in order to connect your toe to your heel, instead of uncomfortably bunching your toes towards the front of the shoe. The result is a more powerful performance, assisting any movement from technical static moves to huge dynamic jumps.

    Scarpa made the Vapor V's upper out of stretchy, soft, and strong suede, so expect a bit of stretch after some use. The air mesh gusseted tongue enhances the upper's overall comfort, and it prevents debris from falling in. The Flexan midsole is on the softer side, but the Vibram XS Edge sole keeps the Vapor V in its slightly downturned, asymmetric shape. A slight downturn feels excellent on technical vertical routes as well as overhung boulder problems.

    • Suede microsuede upper
    • Air mesh gusseted tongue
    • Bi-Tension System rand
    • Flexan midsole
    • Vibram XS Edge sole
    • Item #SCR002E

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    suede, microsuede
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Midsole
    Flexan
    Rubber
    Vibram XS Edge (4mm)
    Profile
    slight downturn
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    asymmetrical toe profile
    Claimed Weight
    [single, 40] 8.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Great all-around shoe

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 43

    I have the curse of having wide forefeet, with relatively narrow heels. Wide footed climbers rejoice -- these shoes fit incredibly well. Frankly, I was somewhat shocked when I tried them on the first time, after having struggled so much in the past to find something wearable. I'm a size 10 street shoe, and ended up fitting 43 in these; I considered sizing down a half size but opted to go true to size on these (which were still fairly tight on my foot at the beginning). Stretch was about 1/2 size, definitely not a full size. These have turned into my all-around "I'm too lazy to switch into other shoes today, so I'll just bring these" shoes; good edging, smearing. Fairly stiff but not overly so, a la Scarpa's Boostics (which are like wearing cudgels on each feet!). There have a mild downturn, which when worn on my ridiculously flat feet, become straightened out. Really bearable shoes to wear for longer durations.

    Good Sport Shoe

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 38.5

    Great shoe for sport climbing. It is a little stiffer and less sensitive than other scarpa offerings such as the instinct line and the booster S. That being said, they are a bit nicer for vertical terrain with more edging involved. For bouldering and steeper climbing such as at The Red, I wear the booster S. Little bit stiffer all around than the sensitive shoes so took longer to break in for me. As always, scarpa is the only brand that will fit my wide feet. All around solid kicks.

    Great shoe for bouldering

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:Runs small
    • Size Bought: 36.5

    I picked up a pair of these vapor v, 2014 edition, on super sale ($50), to take on a beach trip. I needed a pair of shoes i could destroy on the beach without stressing about it.



    I used them all week, and the saltwater definitely did some damage, and the sharp rock tore up the rubber pretty well (especially after getting the shoes wet), and now i am actually upset the shoes are a bit of a write off, because they are terrific.



    What i love about them:

    Great support, tight precision, super edging, bearable on for a couple of hours at a time. I did not think they performed their best on slab, but then, they are not meant to.



    Sizing:

    I usually wear la sportiva, and i go by the european sizing. Scarpa runs smaller. I bought the vapor Vs in a 36.5. For reference i have sportiva mythos in a 35; sportiva miuras in a 35.5 and solutions in a 36. The vapor Vs in a 36.5 were definitely nice and tight, tighter than my 36 solutions.



    Photo, topping out in Virgin Gorda, BVI

    Great shoe for bouldering

    Handy and Useful Synthetic Climbing Shoe

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 42.5

    I bought this shoe after a few months of bouldering in a gym, and let me just say it is a huge improvement over the rentals. It is incredibly snug and and never feels like it slips off the rock. The downturn is especially helpful for the small footholds. When I purchased the shoe it fit a bit tight but stretches to your foot, in addition the heel is snug and holds your foot in the shoe. It also breathes well and i've only had to loosen it initially while stretching it out. Overall a nice synthetic shoe, easy to get on and off.

    Great Sport Climbing Shoe

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 38.5

    These shoes are great for sport Climbing. The sole is more supportive then some of scarpas more bouldery shoes, so its better for more vertical type Climbing and will reduce calf pump. For bouldering and really steep stuff I wear the booster S which is much softer and only has a half sole. Over all a nice stiffer shoe and great edging that still remains sensitive enough.

    Great Performance but Tight on the Pigs

      These shoes feel absolutely amazing. They are sensitive and the heel fit is a little tight but hugs nicely. My only gripe is my outside toes are a little squished. As you wear them it gets a little better but still a very painful experience. The performance is worth it. Grabbing all the slivers with ease. The rubber is hysterically sticky and they also look amazing. Overall a really great performance shoe for your jarder climbs.

      Scarpa Vapor V Climbing Shoe

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:Runs small
      • Size Bought: 41.5

      I'm an average climber, leading in the 5.10a and 5.10b realm, as well as V4 boulder. I wanted a shoe that was a bit more aggressive as I started sport climbing and bouldering harder grades. I have used these on multiple trips outdoors including a trip to Smith Rock, and extended gym sessions. These are my first down turned shoes. I have owned some Mythos and Tarrantulas prior to these.

      These fit my wider feet well. My feet are not super wide, just a bit wider then normal width feet. So these feet me well. I felt like these are pretty tight on my feet considering I wore 42 Mythos and got these in 41.5. They are not too uncomfortable, but after being on a climb in the hot summer heat at Smith Rock I wanted to rip these off by the time I hit the ground. They have broken in well, but haven't stretched much.

      These edge very well, and also helped me stand on pebbles. I feel much more confident on my toes with these when compared to the Mythos. I also feel very good heel hooking with these when bouldering. The rubber is pretty sticky, and smear well.

      Overall, I would recommend these for folks like me who are moving up through the moderate grades.