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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Whip your climbing into shape with the comfortable, all-around Dominatrix rock shoes from Scarpa, bound to a women-specific foot shape. Constructed on a women-specific last; offers a lower volume, higher arch, narrower toebox and heel compared to unisex rock shoes. Graduated rubber soles and sticky rands offer exceptional grip and durable wear. Slip-lasted construction with split-grain leather uppers offer lasting performance, flexibility and stretch resistance. Two strategically positioned pull-on heel loops let you hold the heel cups open and easily pull the shoes on at the same time. Speed lacing system lets you dial in the fit you want quickly and easily. Padded, all-mesh tongue allows excellent breathability and comfort. Closeout.

- REI

Who doesn't love a little leather, black rubber and laces? Meet the Dominatrix, a shoe that doesn't need whips and chains to dominate. Same as the Dominator but designed for the contours of a female foot, this high-performance shoe has a high arch and a narrower heel for a precision fit. Offset heel stitching, and double-pull heel tabs remove pressure off the Achilles' Tendon and allow climbers to slip into this shoe in comfort. Finished off with a 4-mm Megabyte rubber sole and sticky rands, the Dominatrix is light, precise and ready to whip the rock into submission. Single-cambered, low-volume last for women's feet Unlined for comfort and precision sensitivity Speed-lacing system for a quick, customized fit

- Moosejaw

Scarpa Dominatrix

Discontinued

The Dominatrix has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$35.00 - $105.83

The Scarpa Dominatrix is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 14, 2008 at GearTrade.

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