The Scarpa Furia Air Climbing Shoe mirrors the same shape as Scarpa's aggressive Furia S, except an airier, lighter construction provides a better fitting, more sensitive performance. More specifically, Scarpa redesigned the upper with perforated microsuede for sock-like sensitivity and better breathability, and there's less rubber around the heel and arch to reduce weight. MLT-Tension's rubber rand still maintains the shoe's aggressive downturn even though there's less rubber. Vibram's XS Grip 2 still covers the bottom for enhanced traction on slippery plastic and naturally slippery rock.
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Scarpa Furia Air Climbing Shoe
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