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Scarpa Techno X Climbing Shoe
The Scarpa Techno X is their updated trad climbing shoe, designed for all things crack and edge climbing. The Scarpa Techno X is of a completely unaggressive design, with a rigid midsole that provides ample support for methodical slotting into hand-width cracks and hovering on tiny edges placing gear. The shoes uses the Vibram XS Edge rubber, their harder compound that resists deformation when under heavy load. This is ideal for foot-intensive trad and face routes where the feet need to be as secure as possible in order to confidently place gear. Bi-Tension randing removes the need to painfully jam toes forward to drive power, reducing discomfort whilst maintaining power as well as ensuring unfaltering control and focus on edges. 4mm of rubber balances sensitivity with durability, stimulating your ability to find minute features in the rock on more technical climbs. This is a shoe that loves to be stuffed into cracks all-day long.
The Techno X features a microsuede/suede upper, so expect it to stretch up to a half size.
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Silver / Azure
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Vibram XS Edge
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Vibram XS Edge™
Rubber compound built for maximum performance on micro holds and extreme edging. This formula uses an improved plastic deformation resistance that ensures the utmost stability, rigidity, and support on footholds in hot or cold weather, as well as generally increasing durability.
A rand that that pulls power from the toes to achieve performance with less tension and less painful toe cramming. The Bi-Tension Rand also reduces the amount of rubber needed under the toes, which means a lower weight and a higher sensitivity.
2 product reviews
Really confort and nice grip, are perfect to long walls.
I love it!
I bought this shoe on the back of how well my Scarpa Instinct S have performed. I wanted a variation from the softer slipper which is best for short bursts.
The Techno X has a slightly narrower fit, but the firmer XS Grip gives them an 'all day' comfort. They took maybe two indoor sessions to break in. I sized from my street shoe one size.
They perform redicolously well at edging. It's actually the only shoe that I've thought improved my game. There's a lot of marketing BS out there, but they really do the trick on tiny pebbles.
I climb on limestone / grit / plastic and they suit all.
Also love that they come in size '6.66'. \m/