Scarpa Piki Climbing Shoe - Kids'

Scarpa Piki Climbing Shoe - Kids'
Scarpa Piki Climbing Shoe - Kids'
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Piki Climbing Shoe - Kids' by Scarpa
When you're introducing your mini to the vertical world, outfit them in the Scarpa Piki Climbing Shoe to keep them comfortable and confident on the wall. The shoe's no-midsole construction keeps the shoe flexible for comfort as they walk around the gym and gain confidence using foot holds. The flat lasted design enhances this comfort as they walk around to look for the next route to climb. The shoe is equipped with Scarpa's Vision rubber soles that confidently grip the wall and are also durable to withstand the rubs and bumps that come with learning to climb. Finally, the simple hook-and-loop straps make it easy for your mini to get the shoes on and off so they can spend more time climbing and less time being frustrated with their gear.

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SKU: SCR008T
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