Quite good, the outsole could be a bit thicker. I'm…
Price Paid: $140
Quite good, the outsole could be a bit thicker. I'm afraid that they will not last to long due to design of the heel and section in middle (rand should be extended from the toe up to the heel).
After 1 day at the gym I must say that I could not wear them longer than 30 minutes. I would recommend them as a 2nd or pair of shoes and you should keep them for short aggressive climbing.
It is worth to mention that I have wide feet and they fit me quite well.
I would not recommend them as a first pair of shoes you should consider something much cheaper and durable.
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CLOSEOUTS . Engineered for hardcore trad climbing, Scarpa's Techno climbing shoes feature a Vibramand#174; XS Grip outsole for incredible stick and a Heel Lock System for fantastic fit and reduced Achilles pressure. Available Colors: GINKO. Sizes: 38, 38.5, 39, 39.5, 40, 40.5, 41, 41.5, 42, 42.5, 43, 43.5, 44, 44.5, 45, 45.5, 36, 36.5, 37, 37.5, 46, 46.5, 47.
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
Description of Scarpa Techno Climbing ShoesThe embodiment of a high-performance trad shoe-climb edges or cracks in comfort youll loveem as much as your own mama.FeaturesSole Vibram XS Grip 4 mmLast mens FNSizes mens 36-47 half sizesWeight mens 214g 12 pair size 42
- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version
The Technos low-profile last excels at thin cracks and delicate face moves, and the sticky Vibram XS Grip sole and heel keep you pasted to the rock.
- GearX.com refers to the men's version
Thin, technical cracks, hard-to-place protection, and heady runouts--the Scarpa Techno Climbing Shoe loves every minute of it. This high-performance trad machine features a comfortable, streamlined design and a low-profile toe that edges like a dream and jams like raspberry in your finger-crack project. The Techno's innovative Heel Lock System lacing secures the shoe without the unbearable toe cramping, and the Vibram XS Grip sole sticks to Yosemite granite and Indian Creek sandstone alike.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version