Scarpa Mago

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Best boot I've ever had, quite foot shaped percific…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: £65

Best boot I've ever had, quite foot shaped percific but if the shoe fits wear it. I boulder at V7-8 climb F7c n these things are amazin on tiny edges on quarred grit n limestone n grit.

They have a large toe box so they don't fit in thin cracks but that toe box lets them fit my feet so it's a good compramise :-) n they are so sticky vibram sole sh%t to a blanket tackle, can't praise them enough to the point of i've got a pair boxed for when my present ones wear out :-)

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Scarpa's Mago page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Scarpa Mago Climbing Shoe uses a down-turned toe, full-length laces, and an X-Tension midsole to provide you with all the edging performance needed to handle some seriously technical climbing. If you can't send with this highly curved shoe, then it's certainly not the shoe's fault.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Scarpa Mago Climbing Shoe FEATURES of the Scarpa Mago Climbing Shoe X-Tension active randing system provides precise fit and dynamic power TPS insert for pushing hard Vibram XS Grip2 makes these shoes stick like glue Rubber-covered toe for toe-hooking SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Mago Climbing Shoe Upper: 1.8mm Suede/Microsuede Midsole: Toe Power Support Sole: Vibram XS Grip2; 3.5 mm Last: FH Weight: 1/2 per pair: 7.8 oz / 222 g

- Moosejaw

In Italian, Mago means "magician," and these handmade Italian shoes live up to their name. The Magos have been made for the most demanding and dynamic climbers for unsurpassed frontpointing power. Perfect for: anyone who has ever wanted to turning their feet into hands, anyone who wishes he could read girls as well as routes, or anyone who has ever had a flapper, put some tape over it, and continued climbing. The bottom line - These might just be the most aggressive climbing shoes the world has ever seen.

- CampSaver.com

Mago is Italian for magician for all the amazing feats that these shoes are capable of Radical last and tensioning system for incredible frontpointing and pulling power Laceup for maximum control and powerFeatures Upper SuedeLorica Closure Laceup Midsole XtensionTM system Sole Vibram XS Grip 35 mm Last FH Weight 450g 405 Climbing Magazine Editors Choice

- Bentgate.com