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Built on the same last as the previous Hiangle, these shoes are built for high-precision footwork and feature an unlined microfiber build for unmatched shape retention, easy break-in and comfort.
Worn by world-class climbers and weekend boulderers alike, they balance the sensitivity and support that aggressive climbing demands. The downturned shape and extended toe rubber provide improved toe hooks while the divided split outsole offers optimal arch support and flexibility so you can adapt to any angle terrain with confidence at the gym or crag. Stealth® C4 rubber equips you with unbeatable grip and unrivalled edging. Enhanced rubber heel coverage gives you more friction on technical heel hooks.
The women's model features a lower volume fit and is identified by the orange pull loop. The standard volume has a green pull loop.
Stealth® C4 rubber outsole
Unlined microfiber upper retains shape
Easy break-in and comfort
Elastic slipper with hook-and-loop adjustable strap
Aggressive downturn for technical bouldering and sport routes
For beginners taking their first steps on the rock, or more experienced climbers looking for a foot-friendly rock shoe for long routes and lower-grade days, a flatter and more neutral model may be preferable to the toe-cramping asymmetry of a downturned...
Five Ten Hiangle Pro
Made for the demands of modern bouldering competitions, these climbing shoes are built on the same last and with the same materials as the classic Hiangle. The moulded Stealth® C4 outsole wraps up the inside of the foot to become the rand to provide consistent,...
Unparallel TN (Tomoa Narasaki) Pro
In a market saturated with soft and specialised performance shoes, the TN Pro is something different, says Nick Brown - a downturned and stiff performance shoe that can hold its own both indoors and out.
The Booster has similar sensitivity to Scarpa's other soft shoes like the Furia Air, Furia S and Drago, says Rob Greenwood, but with the added benefit of some modest edging ability. Shame about the heel.
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