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Scarpa Boostic Climbing Shoe

$198.95

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  • Black/Azure, 38.5
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 41.0
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 41.5
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 42.0
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 42.5
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 43.0
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 43.5
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 44.0
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 44.5
    $198.95
  • Black/Azure, 45.0
    $198.95

Why We Like The Boostic Climbing Shoe

When we're looking for precision on microscopic edges, we pull on Scarpa's Boostic Climbing Shoe. The aggressive downturn and heel-to-toe rand put the power in our toes while the heel's design disperses force for super secure hooks when you're locking off.

  • Moderately aggressive climbing shoes for ropes and boulders
  • Highly asymmetric fit gives powerful push on toes
  • Full-coverage XS Edge rubber delivers top-notch performance
  • Synthetic upper allows stretch with hook-and-loop reinforcements
  • Item #SCRZ27N

Upper Material
suede, microsuede (1.8mm)
Lining
synthetic
Closure
hook and loop strap
Midsole
Flexan (1mm)
Rubber
Vibram XS edge (4mm)
Last
aggressive, downturned
Profile
moderately downturned
Asymmetrical Curvature
highly asymmetric
Claimed Weight
[1/2 pair size 40] 8.8oz
Recommended Use
bouldering, climbing training, sport climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 2

Not the same shoe:(

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

The new boostic is a great shoe, but it will be disappointing for those who loved the old model for its support. The new version is a very different shoe that is quite a bit softer. Sad to see such a drastic change.

>Rating: 5

Great Shoes!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
45
Height
6` 2"
Weight
190 lbs

I never owned the old version, so I can’t make a comparison between the two. But I really like these shoes. They are confidence inspiring. I can stand on tiny footholds and not worry about it. It’s nice to see a stiff performance shoe for a change. I like soft shoes for steep indoor climbing. But I definitely prefer a stiffer more supportive shoe for climbing outdoors. I’ve been using these for about a month now. They required almost zero break in. The sizing is pretty consistent with the other Scarpa shoes I’ve owned. To me, they seem like they run a little smaller than the Vapors. Maybe 1 full size at the most. I wear a 45.5 in Vapor V’s. And I got 45’s in the Boostic. And I wear a size 12 street shoe. The 45’s are a good and tight fit on my feet. And they don’t hurt my feet either. I’ve used them all day long on a couple weekend sport climbing trips, and my feet never bothered me. I have definitely found my new favorite climbing shoes.

>Rating: 3

Totally different

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
45

Much softer than the old parrot Boostic. It's no longer uniquely supportive for routes w/ lots of tiny feet; now is very similar to many other shoes like Instinct, Muira VS, Otaki, etc. Out of that field the VS is my favorite. Sad to see the old not be replaced even though new is good shoe in its own right