Euro 34-45 (half sizes)
8.2 ounces per shoe
Striking a balance of support and sensitivity, the Instinct picks up where SCARPA’s Vision – a classic rock shoe with a strong cult following – left off.
Steep sport climbing, bouldering or gym climbing, the Instinct is at home in situations where dynamic and intuitive moves reign.
The most versatile performance shoe in the SCARPA rock line, the Instinct has a roomy toe box, so it’s also fairly comfortable for a high-performing rock shoe. The all-suede Instinct is built with innovative Active Rand Technology, and uses 4 mm Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber.
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Free Shipping. Scarpa Instinct Climbing Shoe FEATURES of the Scarpa Instinct Climbing Shoe 100% suede upper Rubber toe patch Soft midsole Vibram XS Grip 2
Climbers who want one shoe for all styles of climbing favor our performance-oriented Instinct collection. A classic shoe reinvigorated-- the updated Instinct lace still offers a performance fit on a curved, asymmetric last, but now with a micro suede synthetic upper and a welded overlay. Performance is enhanced with a high degree of pre-stored power in the Bi-Tension Active Rand, which pulls the sole up and back onto the forefoot giving an extremely precise, low profile fit. The award winning Instinct VS heel is now incorporated into the 2016 lace version. This remains the most supportive shoe in the Instinct family.
If you are the type of climber who requires your feet to act more like another set of hands, evolve into a pair of Scarpa Instinct Climbing Shoes, and let the transformation begin. The Instinct's aggressive shape and sensitive midsole sucks to your foot like a vacuum so you can push, pull, squeeze, hook, and grab your way to the top of the most perplexing problems. Sure it's also a favorite of testers at Rock&Ice and Climbing, but you don't have to take their word for it. Slip in and let the crushing commence.
The Scarpa Instinct Lace Climbing Shoes are great all-arounders, and feature a down-turned design that allows purchase on holds that are otherwise nonexistent.