Scarpa Furia Air Climbing Shoe

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The Furia Air from Scarpa is the lightest climbing shoe in the world and feels like no other climbing shoe on the market. The Fura air is ideal for competition ... Show more >
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Scarpa Furia Air Climbing Shoe

The Furia Air from Scarpa is the lightest climbing shoe in the world and feels like no other climbing shoe on the market. The Fura air is ideal for competition climbing, bouldering and sport climbing, with its MLT tension system which gives you great power in your big to stand on small edges, volumes or sloppy smears. The heal has a TAS system that gives this extremely flexible elastic shoe some dynamic support. The fantastic sensitivity that the Furia provides is because of the insole Scarpa has used, a 1mm thick flex medial strip which provides you with the utmost sensitivity and precision.

The upper on the Furia Air is made from a new bi-component perforated microfibre which weighs only 150g! It also packs smaller than an apple according to Scarpa, good if you are very space conscious, or if you only you have room for one apple and one pair of shoes. The upper has a seamless Alcantara big toe patch and offset four toe stitch which gives you the best moulding and custom fit.

So if you are looking for a performance shoe that is great for competition climbing, bouldering and sport climbing, which is very light and fits like a glove then the Furia Air is for you!

Tech specs

Upper material
Microfiber
Closure type
Velcro
Color
Baltic Blue / Yellow
Sole material
Vibram XS Grip
Sole thickness
3mm

Features

Furia Air Climbing Shoe

Sole: Vibram XS Grip S2 3 mm
Last: FZ
Upper: Microfibre
Weight: 150g

1 product review

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Furia Air Climbing Shoe
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5
Based on 4 ratings
Furia Air

These are top notch shoes for bouldering. They only have rubber in the places where it is needed, which means they are incredibly light. They are also very comfortable despite being pretty aggressively down turned because the mid sole has no rubber so when you're wandering around they bend with your tread, whereas when you're on overhanging routes they bounce back ti their downturned shape. The upper is made from lovely soft synthetic material which is also comfy.
Nice sharp edges *when new obviously, and decent heel rubber for heel hooking.
I wouldn't recommend these for trad but I assume its boulderers and sport climbers thst would be interested in these anyway. 5*

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