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Scarpa Drago

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The Scarpa Drago builds on the success of the Furia, further developing the technical knowhow and features used to provide another super sensitive specialist climbing shoe with a number of distinct variances over its sibling.

Whereas the Furia was designed as a soft performance climbing shoe for most angles and terrains, the Drago has been designed principally with steep terrain in mind and targeted at high-end bouldering and sport climbing, where maximum control and sensitivity are required. Specific variances over the Furia include an accentuation to the last's down-turned camber, a sturdier heel - based on that of the Instinct VS - and an overal lower volume fit. It also comes with a single Velcro strap, rather than the double strap used on the Furia.

The sizing and base fit mirrors that of other performance Scarpa rock shoes.


  • Colour: Yellow
  • Lining: Unlined
  • Midsole: Fixan Insert
  • Outsole: 3.5mm Vibram XS Grip
  • Upper: Micro fibre / Leather
  • Last: Down-Turned Asymmetric
  • Closure: Strap
  • Weight: 400g 

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    Dale M.
    United Kingdom

    The nearly perfect shoe

    These shoes fit in the same size as my Chimeras and Vapour Vs, I know I also take the same size as the new Furia too. These were bought exclusively for outdoor bouldering, compared to the chimeras they're softer and more sensitive - exactly what I'm looking for. So far I have got some good heel and toe hooks in and they seem to edge surpringly well, more than likely because they're so new. In terms of comfort they took a maybe an hour in total to break in. The one downside I think I'll see is durability - they're crazy soft. So no wearing them indoors unless you're willing to buy new shoes often. I've only worn these a bit, but I saw a guy send a f7C the other day and they weren't holding him back.

    Rowan T.

    Very happy with my shoes

    Very happy with my shoes :D Thanks a lot!

    Emil H.

    Snug front fit, heel could

    Snug front fit, heel could fit nicer. Sweet shoe !

    Chris W.

    Great fit in the toe

    Great fit in the toe box and heal.


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