Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe - Women's

Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe - Women's
Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe - Women's
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Instinct VS Climbing Shoe - Women's by Scarpa
Winner of Climbing Magazine's Best in Class award, the Scarpa Instinct VS Climbing Shoe is designed for performance. With its curved, asymmetrical last and softer construction, this all-around shoe handles a variety of styles. Its rubber toe patch provides maximum toe hooking power while the thin sole delivers enhanced flexibility and sensitivity so you can confidently take on more challenging projects.

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