Scarpa Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe - Men's

Scarpa Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe - Men's
Scarpa Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe - Men's
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Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe - Men's by Scarpa
Where comfier climbing shoes don't give the performance you need for a cruxy sequence high up on a multi-pitch, and high-performing climbing shoes feel too uncomfortable to wear all day, the Scarpa Men's Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe treads the line between comfort and performance so you can have the best of both worlds. It sports an ever-so-subtle downturn to amplify the performance you need for the crux, and moderate asymmetry creates a comfier fit when compared to most aggressive, downturned shoes. The IPC-Tension rand surrounds the upper to maintain the shoe's subtle downturn and moderate asymmetry for life, and Scarpa heightened the eco-friendly leather upper for better coverage in cracks. Vibram's XS Edge rubber gives this sole a stiff feel for the support needed on long multi-pitches.

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