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Edge your way into the climbing world with the Veloce.

Enter the vertical world with the Scarpa Veloce Climbing Shoe, because the sticky sole takes you from sub-vertical gym walls to over-vert chimneys. The round toe-box and padded tongue make it a comfortable fit the first time you rope up, and the double hook-and-loop straps make it secure, but not damagingly tight. The Veloce grabs the rock way better than your skate shoes; the Vibram XS Edge and stiff edge hold you in place as you set up for your first dyno.

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5 5

Love these

I love these shoes. I wear them a half size smaller than my normal shoe size and they formed to my feet well. Fairly stiff, great for edging, and they seem to be able to hold on any of the small nubbins that I put them up to (the kind where you don't think it'll work, you try it anyway, and seconds later you're standing to the next hold). Love the XS rubber in comparison to others I have tried. Definitely a harder feel that seems more solid to me when you're trying to hold something. The only negative is that after 2 seasons of use the velcro has lost its ability to hold, but that's an easy fix and they've gone through many on/off cycles. I have heard people say that the sizing is weird with Scarpas, so you might have to know your scarpa size or try on a couple before you find the right fit. For me though, the half size down worked great after a brief break in period.

2 5

umm...

thick sole: can't feel the holds
poor velcro design: looks like there's too much fabric or something
So not really recommended unless you're climbing easy stuff with big foot holds or use them as warm up shoes which is what I do now.
I'm really used to Sportiva's Miura n Venom so I can feel the holds a lot. Probably just takes to get used to it...

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Hey Christophe. The Veloce ia built more as an all around/beginner shoe so it is quite a bit more supportive for longer vertical milage and/or weaker feet. If you like the Miura and the Venom the Vapor series would be a more comparable shoe

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Probably, but in that case the evolv defy is way better than that one. I'm still not used to not feeling the holds with them...

3 5

Fit weird on my weird feet

I got these because they fit well in the store and climbed pretty well but after they finished stretching out they really hurt my big toe 'my feet are weird shaped'. I also couldn't get them to tighten down enough with out the metal loop the strap goes through digging into the top of my foot. Maybe I was asking to much performance out of these guys for what they are intended for, not to aggressive. But they were really easy to get on and off. They would be good for people beginning and that don't have weird feet. The Scarpa Visions fit my feet really well and I can dial them better for the circumstances.