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Scarpa Vapour V Womens

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The Scarpa Vapour V Women's is a versatile, comfort orientated performance climbing shoe, designed for all styles of climbing. 

This version of the ever-popular Vapour V is a performance rock shoe built around the FR last which is the lowest volume of all the range, with a slightly asymmetrical, slightly down turned shape and a medium to low angled toe box to strike a balance between confident smearing and refined toe power. The new microfibre upper and the new tongue marry perfectly with the redesigned Velcro straps for an instantly comfortable fit and secure heel hold. A full length Talyn midsole works with the bi-tension rand system to offer the optimum level of support. Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber ensures precise edging.

As with all the modern performance Scarpa's, the Vapour V provides reliably similar sizing - i.e. if you are a 42 in the Vapour Lace, Instinct Lace/Slipper, Boostic etc. you should be a 42 in the Vapour V. 

Specification

  • Colour: Dahlia/Aqua
  • Lining: Unlined
  • Midsole: Nylon
  • Outsole: Vibram XS Grip 2
  • Upper: Microsuede
  • Last: Scarpa FRW
  • Closure: Strap
  • Weight: 400g per pair 38

Help with sizing your rock shoes

If you require some assistance with sizing this shoe to your particular needs click here: Rock Shoe Sizing Guide

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RJ
05/29/2019
Rebecca J.
United Kingdom
First intermediate shoe

Since using these shoes my confidence in my foot work has improved loads! They feel secure on small foot holds and volumes (I hate volumes!!). Only a couple of criticisms; the Velcro on the very end of the straps don’t stick anymore (doesn’t cause an issue) and they make my feet fart (also not a problem just embarrassing). But overall I like them. Not too aggressive.

CH
05/20/2019
Carys H.
United Kingdom
Love ‘em!

I bought these as a next step shoe after using some flatter shoes for my first 6 months climbing. I love these - they’re nice and snug and I can be a lot more precise. I got them half a size down from my normal shoes and that seems right to me. Hurt my toe knuckles a bit to start with but wore in quickly. Nice colours too!