Scarpa - Drago - Climbing shoes

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At a glance

% recommend
92% recommend
Customers say: Good traction
Customers say: Good traction
Strong pre-tensioning
Strong pre-tensioning
Highly asymmetrical
Highly asymmetrical
Egyptian
Egyptian
Microfibre
Microfibre
Vibram XS Grip2
Vibram XS Grip2
Normal foot
Normal foot
 g
400 g
Hook-and-loop closure
Hook-and-loop closure
Material information & features
Suitable for:
Level of experience:
expert
Recommended use:
sport climbing, bouldering
Material type:
textile, microfiber
Closure:
hook-and-loop closure
Sole:
Vibram XS Grip 2
Sole thickness:
3.5 mm
Hardness of sole:
soft
Last:
highly asymmetrical
Downturn:
aggressive
Heel tension:
strong
Terrain:
vertical, overhang
Weight:
400 g
Reference size:
pair size in UK 7
Foot shape:
egyptian
Fit:
normal foot / medium volume
Extras:
toe-hook rubber, pull tabs
Misc:
Pull off loops
Item No.:
301-0352
Product description

Extra soft bouldering shoes for top performance

The Drago from Scarpa are incredibly soft high-end climbing shoes, designed for the most difficult bouldering problems and short, yet tough, sport climbing routes. These shoes are ideal for ambitious boulderers and can also be used as competition shoes. Wherever friction and sensitivity are required, that's where the Drago are at their best. They are most suitable for bouldering indoors, but also work great out on the crag due to their excellent sensitivity.

Construction

In addition, the shoes feature strong asymmetry and an equally strong downturn with a high toe box and a Flexan insert at the big toe. As a result, they offer excellent power transfer and a very precise tip - ideal for steep walls with small footholds. The midfoot is lightly supported by the PCB-Tension system without compromising on flexibility. Moreover, a very thin heel made from 2mm thick Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber and SRT rubber in the toe area provides superior hooking properties. The extended toe wrap facilitates toe hooks in particular. Plus, the sole construction is very soft and extremely high-traction, making it ideal for supporting your weight with just friction.

Fit

These shoes are designed for feet with a medium volume and are best suited for people with an Egyptian foot shape, i.e. for people whose second toe is shorter than their big toe. Due to their aggressive design, they fit very tightly and are therefore not suitable for multi-pitch or long sport climbing.

Conclusion

The Drago are ultra-soft, highly specialised shoes designed primarily for technically demanding bouldering. Due to their especially soft construction, they are particularly suitable for those in need of high friction and sensitivity. For ambitious boulderers and competitive athletes, these specialist shoes are an absolute must-have.

The advantages at a glance:

  • Particularly soft shoes for technically demanding bouldering
  • Excellent friction properties and sensitivity
  • Strongly asymmetrical
  • Strong downturn
  • Extended toe wrap
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Super sensitive!

Great sensitivity with these shoes. This has allowed me to climb very well even on slab and vertical wall where standing on small footholds its critical, due to the ability to feel the hold confidently underfoot.

Of course this shoe definitely excels on the steep stuff, especially roofs, with lots of toehooks.

The only downside in my opinion, is that if you size tight - which is the best way to maximize the potential of the shoe - your foot will try its best to bust out, meaning with a few rough scum jobs and the odd drag of the tip of the shoe on the wall, you may even up with your big toe making a surprise visit.

Overall, if money was no object, I would probably never bother with another shoe for all round climbing, a clean 8/10 on everything I've tested them on. Cant complain too much really ^_^

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