Scarpa - Drago - Climbing shoes

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Material information & features
Suitable for:
Climbing shoes
Recommended use:
Bouldering; Sport climbing
Vibram XS Grip2 3.5 mm
strong pre-tensioning
Hook-and-loop closure
205 g (per size 40 shoe)
Pull off loops
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Product description
Overhangs, small screw-ons and heel hooks - the Drago by Scarpa is the shoe of choice for tricky bouldering problems. Since these climbing shoes come with serious pre-tensioning, they give you plenty of pressure on the toe area and offer so much stability and grip on small holds. The premium Vibram XS Grip2 sole is designed for durability and really sticks to the ground. There is also plenty of rubber in the forefoot region, so that the wearer is well prepared for toe hooks. The material used for the shoe body is microfiber, which hardly stretches out at all and so gives you the same outstanding fit for the first training session, and for the fiftieth. Quick to pull on and off, thanks to the hook-and-loop fasteners as well as the two pull-off loops. The Scarpa Drago is a true high-end climbing shoe, which seems to have been made for the most difficult climbs!
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| Palling

  • Advantages
    Good fit
    Good grip
  • Disadvantages
    Not sturdy
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| Dresden

33% have found the reviews
by Dirk helpful

  • Advantages
    Good fit
    Good grip
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| Helsinki

  • Advantages
    Good grip
    Good fit
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| Rottweil

  • Advantages
    Good grip
  • Disadvantages
    Not adjustable
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| Durach

  • Advantages
    Good grip
    Good fit
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| Oberursel

84% have found the reviews
by Sven helpful

The thread was edited on 30.08.16

  • Advantages
    High edge stability
    Good fit
    Good grip
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| Loosdorf

  • Advantages
    Good grip
    Good fit

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