Because that crux pitch means business.
When comfier climbing shoes don't give the performance you need on the crux pitch, and high-performing climbing shoes feel too uncomfortable to wear all day, the Scarpa Women's Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe feels just right. It sports an ever-so-subtle downturn to amplify the performance you need for the crux, and moderate asymmetry creates a comfier fit compared to most aggressive, downturned shoes. The IPC-Tension rand surrounds the upper to maintain the shoe's subtle downturn and moderate asymmetry for life, and Scarpa heightened the eco-friendly leather upper for better coverage in cracks. Vibram's XS Edge rubber gives this sole a stiff feel for the support needed on long multi-pitches.
- Climbing shoe balances performance with comfort for multi-pitches
- IPC-Tension maintains subtle aggression for life
- Eco-friendly leather upper in a mid-top length for coverage
- Stiff sole made with Vibram XS Edge rubber
- Item #SCR006L
- Upper Material
- eco leather (2mm)
- Talyn (1.4mm)
- Vibram XS Edge (4mm)
- slight downturn
- Asymmetrical Curvature
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- trad climbing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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What do you think about this product?
March 22, 2019
- I've used it several times
I picked these shoes up a few months ago and have only gotten outside with them a few times being that it's been winter but have loved them both times I have taken them out and they've broken in pretty well just using them in the gym! I am not much of a boulderer, just wanted something with a little more of an aggressive toe for sport climbing as my old ones were pretty neutral and I am pretty stoked with the performance of this shoe! The first three or four times they were terribly uncomfortable and I thought I was going to return them, but the laces and upper leather has kinda molded to my foot a little better and now I don't have much of an issue with them aside from one spot that I am still breaking in! All in all they are pretty comfortable now and I am excited to get outside with them this summer!
July 2, 2018
What is the sizing like for these shoes? Is a 38 actually a 7.5 street shoe?