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Scarpa Techno X Climbing Shoe - Women's

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    7 Reviews


    Face-climb on dime edges, smear some slabs, and crack climb comfortably.

    Scarpa designed its Techno X Climbing Shoe specifically for women so you can face-climb on dime edges, smear some slabs, and crack climb comfortably. While the technical flat-lasted construction makes this shoe comfortable for all-day climbing on the big walls, its Bi-Tension active randing system provides maximum power on your toe without cramming them down. And its flat toe profile ensures you can jam your foot in the smallest cracks with the utmost comfort. Perforated suede leather provides comfort and breathability, and microsuede overlays boost durability. Its Flexan 1.4 midsole keeps the shoe stiff for quality edging and increased support, and the Vibram XS Edge rubber offers incredible grip and durability so you can smear slabby sections with confidence for many seasons. Scarpa left this shoe unlined for an increased sensitivity, which is something you appreciate when you're climbing on slippery, dime-sized edges. And the asymmetrical lace closure offers a better fit than standard laces do. 

    • Women-specific fit
    • Suede upper with microsuede overlays
    • Asymmetrical lacing system
    • Flat toe profile
    • Flexan 1.4 midsole
    • Vibram XS Edge rubber
    • Unlined
    • Bi-Tension active randing system
    • Technical flat-lasted construction
    • Item #SCR000H

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    suede (1.8mm), microsuede
    asymmetric lace
    1.4mm Flexan
    4mm Vibram XS Edge
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    Claimed Weight
    (single, size 38) 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    trad climbing, sport climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    great trad shoe, runs extremely small

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 38

    These shoes perform great on slab and crack!

    A bit about the weird sizing: For hiking shoe, I am women's size 7.5 US, which translates to 38 EU. I usually climb in 6.5 US, but I ordered these Techno X's in my street shoe size: 38. They were still incredibly tight on my feet such that I had to leave the laces untied and take them off between pitches for the first couple of months! They eventually stretched out to the point where I can leave them on for a couple pitches or so but it is definitely not the comfortable trad shoe fit I was going for. I would therefore recommend sizing up from your _street shoe_ size when ordering.

    Comfortable but smaller sizing

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 40
    • Height: 5'5"
    • Weight: 118lbs

    My mom has climbed in the Techno X a couple of times. She had to order up a whole size for a comfortable fit for multi-pitch climbs enabling her to keep her shoes on between pitches. The stiff toe is great for edging and she is looking forward to crack climbing in them.

    Great Shoe, order up a bit

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small

    I've only had a chance to try this shoe out at the gym, but so far its handled well, is comfortable to keep on my feet between climbs, and will be perfect for trad outside. Like other reviews have said, they have a stiff toe that's great on small edges. My street shoe size is a 6 or 6.5, my La Sportiva Miuras are 36's (sized somewhat aggressively, I probably could have gown down another half size if I really wanted to torture my feet but get the best performance), and I ended up with a 37.5 in these, so pretty much the equivalent of the higher end of my street shoe size range. I tried out a 38 first, they performed fine on a quick test climb in the gym, but the heel was just a bit too loose. The 37.5's are just right and didn't cramp my toes too much so I can wear them while climbing and keep them on in between climbs without too much pain.

    Awesome shoe - weird sizing

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

    These are the first shoes that I have found that fit well and don't kill my feet/toes while crack climbing. They have really helped me to feel more comfortable climbing cracks and on small edges. The stiff toe really helps with this. I have also been able to wear them on multi-pitch climbs and I don't want to rip them off my feet after every pitch, that said, I don't want to stand around in them for long periods of time either.

    The sizing is really off in my opinion. I wear a size 7 for street shoes, a size 35 in the La Sportiva Mythos, size 36.5 in other climbing shoes and I had to get these in a 38.5 to not completely kill my feet. I have been wearing them for a couple of months and they don't seem to stretch much. I have noticed that they have broken in a little though, which is nice.

    Definitely a great shoe and one that I will likely keep buying and recommend to others.


    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 39
    • Height: 5'4"
    • Weight: 120lbs

    I have heard great reviews about how these shoes climb very well for a comfortable shoe and I though I'd give them a try. I'm a 7 1/2 women's street shoe size. For years I've worn the Mythos in a 37 and they fit perfectly. The 39 Techno-x is still slightly too snug for these but I wouldn't go any bigger than that. I hear they stretch minimally. They are a very slim fit. I haven't tried them yet, but was frustrated there were no good descriptions on how to find a size. I can't believe based on different brands- or even within the same brand- I range from size 37 to 40! Hope this helps others with finding the right size the first time through.

    Killer performance, wack sizing

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small

    I started with my street shoe size in these (39.5) and tried every size up to the maximum size of 41. They have all been cut very narrow but more importantly too small (in length) for my feet, which are slightly wide in the forefoot and low volume in the heel. These shoes do not really stretch because even though parts of the upper are suede, all of the orange parts are rubber. So, if they hurt after you wear them on the couch for fifteen minutes, you have the wrong size. Be judicious when trying them on to make sure you size them right. Your toes are meant to lay flat, and these shoes are meant to be pretty comfortable.

    Despite the pain of wearing a too-small size, these shoes were killer for edging and in cracks. The orange toe rubber makes them a beast for locking your toes in. I really wish Scarpa made larger sizes because they would be my go-to granite shoe.

    Working like a charm

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

    So I bought these shoes about a month ago and so far I love them. I use them in the gym on 5.10 routes and outside on up to 5.10 routes. Previous to these shoes I had the 510 Womens Siren. The heel pocket was to shallow though and the toe box had to much room. These fit like a glove. They are very snug around almost every part of my foot, the way a climbing shoe should fit. I usually wear a street shoe size of 8.5-9 and being a climbing shoe I decided to downsize to an 8 (39.5). This size works well for a more fitted climb but if I were going to use them as an all day, muti pitch shoe I wish I would have gotten the 8.5. Even after a month they have not stretched enough, i need to take them off after each pitch. Used them in Eldo last weekend on The Flakes 5.9 route and they performed amazing. Smeared great on the bottom portion and I could edge on the small foot hold up high. They were very stiff when I got them but the sole has softened up just enough.

    Only downside i've seen is the rubber looks like its getting eaten up quickly. This is probably because of the gym use. I'll just need to buy an outdoor pair and an indoor pair ;)