Scarpa Vision V

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Strap on the Scarpa Vision V Rock Climbing Shoes when thin edging and tenuous toe hooks are essential to sending a boulder problem or sport route. While a slightly downturned toe gives the Vision V supreme edging ability, it's the mesh rubber toe top that makes these shoes serious weapons on hatefully steep rock. Crisscrossing VELCRO -brand fasteners cinch these Scarpa shoes tight with a single pull-put them on in seconds when inspiration strikes and you know a send is imminent.

- Backcountry Outlet

Meeting the highest demands of the modern crag-master, the Scarpa Vision V - based on the Vision - is a more sensitive and flexible shoe with a unique crossover closure that ensures an easy entry and a perfect fit.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Scarpa Men's Vision V Climbing Shoe (Fall 2008) Meeting the highest demands of the modern crag-master, the Vision V by Scarpa based on the Vision - is a more sensitive and flexible shoe with a unique crossover closure that ensures an easy entry and a perfect fit.Features:Built on the proven Vision lastSensitive and flexibleSide seam tongue stays in placeSingle crossover closure for easy entry/exitRubber mesh across top of toes reduces bagging-outUpper: SuedeSole: Vibram XS Grip; 4mmLast: FDWeight: 410g (39)Scarpa Product WarrantySCARPA products are covered by a 1 year limited warranty from the original date of purchase. This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship. Damage that is due to normal use and wear, abuse or accidents is not covered by this warranty. Products that have been resoled or otherwise modified are excluded from this warranty. Fit is not covered by this warranty. Except as otherwise specified above. SCARPA MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY WARRANTY AS TO THE DESIGN CONDITION OR QUALITY OF MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP TO THE PURCHASER OF THE GOODS PURCHASED HEREBY OR ANY OTHER PERSON WHATSOEVER.SCARPA North America, Inc. reserves the right to make all warranty determinations which may include but are not limited to repair, replacement or credit for the product. If it is determined that there is no warranty issue with the returned product, the product will be returned to the dealer with a note of explanation.We ask that dealers are our first line of service in the warranty evaluation process, and prefer that all consumer warranty returns be handled through an authorized SCARPA dealer.

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS - 2006 . Get right to the top in Scarpa of Italy's Vision V rock climbing shoes (slipper style) - offering just what serious climbers need on their feet. Lightweight, durable shoes with rock-gripping soles and a great fit. Tough rubber panels on sides and toes to cling to sheer faces Suitable for either the climbing gym or true sport routes Rubber mesh on top of toes for added grip 4 mm Vibram(R) XS Grip outsoles Awesome edging Slightly down-turned toe Cushioned mesh tongue Touch-fasten strap closure Pull-on loops Suede uppers Weight: 15 oz. pr. CLOSEOUTS - 2006 . Italy. Size Euro (US): 35 (W 5) 35.5 (W 5 ) 36 (W 6) 36.5 (W 6-6 ) 37 (W 6 ) 37.5 (W 7) 38 (W 7 , M 6) 38.5 (W 8, M 6 ) 39 (W 8 , M 7) 39.5 (W 8 -9, M 7-7 ) 40 (W 9, M 7 ) 40.5 (W 9-9 , M 7 -8) 41 (W 9 , M 8) 41.5 (W 9 -10, M 8-8 ) 42 (W 10, M 8 ) 42.5 (W 10-10 , M 8 -9) 43 (W 10 , M 9) 43.5 (W 11, M 9-9 ) 44 (W 11 , M 10) 44.5 (W 12, M 10 ) 45 (M 11) 45.5 (M 11 ) 46 (M 12) 47 (M 12 ) 48 (M 13)

- Sierra Trading Post

Scarpa Vision V


The Vision V has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$51.18 - $118.95

The Scarpa Vision V is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 4, 2010 at

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