Scarpa Instinct SR Climbing Shoe

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All-round performance slipper with a softness and flexibility that lends itself to bouldering and indoor climbing. Show more >
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Scarpa Instinct SR Climbing Shoe

An improvement of the old model both in terms of design and looks. The Instincts are known to be all-round climbing shoes that can perform on anything, but the SR model's slipper design lends itself to bouldering and indoor climbing. Medium asymmetry with moderate downturn, 3.5 mm of XS Grip2 rubber, and a soft midsole make the Instinct SR perform well on everything whilst retaining comfort, highly sensitive, and very good at toe and heel hooking.

New features include an M50 rubber heel construction and a larger area of toe rubber. This makes the Instinct SR even better for heel and toe-hooking than before. Plus, the 5 panel microfibre upper, REB reinforced elastic closure with seamless big toe panel, and seamless four-toe panel provide the best custom moulding fit.

Tech specs

Upper material
Closure type
Instinct Tonic
Sole material
Vibram XS Grip 2
Sole thickness
Moderate Downturn


Instinct SR Climbing Shoe


• 5-panel upper with seamless big toe panel and seamless four toe
• Half-length Flexan 1.0mm insert
• Bi-Tension Rand
• 3.5mm ¾ XS Grip 2 sole. M50 rubber heel construction

Instinct SR Climbing Shoe

Vibram XS Grip2™

Rubber compound built for pure friction, recommended for use where maximum grip is the primary need - bouldering and sport climbing, indoor climbing, or extremely smooth, polished routes.

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Instinct SR Climbing Shoe
Based on 3 ratings
Perfect all arrownd climbing shoe

Perfect like the old ones! Even better toe hook! I use them allarrowd (bouldering,sport climbing,multi pitch...)

Very, very, very, nice shoes.

I bought them when i needed to replace my Instinct S shoes, and they did that just perfectly. Toe hooking is just as good if not even better. At the begining the heel didn't feel that good, so I was a bit dissapointed, but after a few weeks the "feel for the heel" was improving significantly, and now it's the best I have ever tried.

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