Scarpa Chimera Climbing Shoe

Scarpa Chimera Climbing Shoe
Scarpa Chimera Climbing Shoe
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Chimera Climbing Shoe by Scarpa
If you can't send your projects in Scarpa's Chimera Climbing Shoe, then maybe you need to train more. This shoe's sharp, high-asymmetric downturn assures absolute precision when you're training in the gym, working overhung boulder problems, or tackling the hardest sport routes you've projected. Its Vibram Grip rubber sole solidifies traction on smeary moves and greasy footholds, while the TPS plastic insert maintains a solid downturn for seasons of sending. The eight-panel upper consists of leather, synthetic fabric, and rubber to create a surprisingly comfortable feel while ensuring premium performance whether you're toe-hooking, edging, or high-stepping through the crux that's slowing down your progression in the vertical world.

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SKU: SCR005L
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