Scarpa Instinct VSR Climbing Shoe

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A more supple version of Scarpa's award-winning Instinct VS, the Instinct VSR features Vibram Grip2 rubber and a more snug fit across the top of the forefoot, with the same form-fitting, sock-style fit and a lightly asymmetrical last that excels across the spectrum of hard climbing. Perfectly suited to lighter climbers.
  • Highly Charged Bi-Tension Active Rand provides maximum power to the toes for strong edging
  • Rubber toe patch for toe hooks
  • 3.5mm Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber is sensitive and sticky
  • A more snug fit than the Insinct VS
  • Slightly assymetrical last

Sku: scr-intnct-vsr-ba-36

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    • How long have you owned this product? 2 years, three pairs.
    • What is your outdoor experience level? Intermediate
    • How did this product fit? Tight
    Probably my favorite all-round bouldering and sport climbing shoe

    This is my go-to shoe for everything in climbing I do. Mostly bouldering, but once upon a time, I was into sport also. The softer midsole but still mildly aggressive stance does really well on multiple types of climbing, a bit of a jack of all trades. About all I can say is detrimental is that it's not the best for slab. The ease of entry of one velcro strap is always nice. Fit is wider in the front, with a slightly small heel. I am an aberration with a flat foot and a really small heel, and these fit pretty great. I would like a smaller heel from side-to-side, but it's not all detrimental to its performance to me. I just end up squeezing out a shoe ... burp every now and then. Also, it looks way cool.

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