NEW: The Scarpa Vapour V (velcro)
£89.99, added Apr/2010, see all Scarpa news & reviews
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The new Scarpa Vapour V (velcro) might seem like the same shoe as the new Scarpa Vapour (lace up) with a different fastening - in fact they are very different models. True, both are all-round high performance rock shoes offering precision, sensitivity and power, and an asymmetric, moderately down turned shape to offer great instant comfort. The difference is in the rubber.

While the Scarpa Vapour (lace up) features innovative NEW Vibram XS EDGE rubber, designed to offer outstanding support and stability for edging and durability, the Scarpa Vapour V (velcro) features equally innovative NEW Vibram XSGRIP 2 rubber, designed to be super-sticky and take friction to a new level.

More about the new Vibram XSGRIP 2 rubber: (UKC News Item)

Scarpa Vapour V , 92 kb

Features:

The new patent pending 'Slingshot-Power™' system connects the critical area under the toes directly with the heel area keeping the original shape.

The heel fit is excellent and allows efficient and precise heel hooking. The dual power strap closure combined with a comfortable mesh tongue provide incredible fit and ventilation.

  • Uppers: Suede & Lorica
  • Last: FR
  • Rubber: Vibram XS Grip 2
  • Weight: 222g (size 40 - 1/2 pair)
  • Sizes: 38 - 46 (with 1/2 sizes)

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