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Scarpa Drago Climbing Shoe

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The Scarpa Drago is a highly sensitive, supple, and soft climbing shoe for steep technical boulders and demanding overhanging routes. The Drago shares many similarities... Show more >
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Scarpa Drago Climbing Shoe

The Scarpa Drago is a highly sensitive, supple, and soft climbing shoe for steep technical boulders and demanding overhanging routes. The Drago shares many similarities with Scarpa's other highly aggressive model the Furia, but the Drago features a thicker, more durable outsole that will increase pushing-strength on edges as well as a more flexible and nimble slipper closure system for effortless toe hooking. With the high-friction Vibram® XS Grip 2 rubber, the Drago excels on anything steep with microholds and edges, as well as smearing on glassy, polished rock.

The Drago features a microsuede upper that will provide next to no stretch, and it should be fitted snugly for a performance fit.

Tech specs

Upper material
Microsuede
Flex
Soft
Closure type
Velcro
Sizing and fit
Medium Foot
Color
Green / Black
Weight
0.40 kg (Size 40 EU)
Last
High Asymmetry
Sole material
Vibram XS Grip 2
Sole thickness
3.5mm
Profile
Aggressive
Lining
Unlined

Features

Drago 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.

Drago Climbing Shoe

Full Features List

• Sensitive and soft shoe designed for the advanced boulderer
• Vibram XS Grip2 rubber provides the maximum level of friction
• PCB midsole connects the toe and heel box to enhance edging power
• Microsuede offer won't stretch causing the shoe to lose its powerful shape

35 product reviews

Average rating

Drago Climbing Shoe
(43)
4.8
Based on 43 ratings
VERY cool shoe

from edging,toeing,heel hooking this shoe feels the best out of all that ive owned. no wonder pro climbers use these all the time

Amazing! First shoe and haven't looked back!

Now don't be me!! However I bought these shoes due to the massive price difference between my local gym in Australia and the epic tv shop. In saying this they are my first ever pair of climbing shoes and they are incredible!!

Awesome

I thought I would try some Drago's when my Vapour V's died and they really are epic. not the most comfortable to start with (Vapours win hands down there) but after a few sessions they softened up a bit and are fine. Edging is awesome, toe hooks and heel hooks feel amazing. An all round amazing choice.

Incredible shoe with a single point of improvement

I've tried about 6 or 7 different pairs of shoes and this is the best and most comfortable shoe. Out of the box, whilst very tight, I was able to climb in them. After breaking in they were even slightly walkeable in. The rubber is great, the flexibility is great. Just one caveat, they lose their downturn and aggressiveness very fast. I've been wearing them now for close to 3 months and whilst still fitting good they are almost flat. This might be related to being such a soft shoe. I will definitely resole them and see how they hold up after that. To be clear, although they were walkeable in, I did take care to take them off after almost all climbs, so no walking around the gym with them.

Climbs like a dream

Fits pretty well except on my heel but that's more my fault than any issue with the shoe. But once I had tried these on I couldn't bring myself to send them back to find a better fitting heel.

They are so soft and sensitive. Perfect for bouldering but I mainly use mine for sport climbing and theyre brilliant indoors and out.

You'll stick to everything easily, the toe patch lets you be sloppy as hell when you're pumped out of your mind and even with the heel not fitting me properly at all I can still get fairly solid heel hooks in.

If you climb indoors a lot these are totally insane on smears and volumes and although not the best on edges I manage to climb all my hardest routes in these regardless of foothold type.

But if you don't have precise footwork I'd advise training it before torturing the soft rubber on these into oblivion.

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