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The heel system PAF by Scarpa spreads the pressure on the heel tendon across a bigger surface and forces the forefoot on a broader area into the front of the shoe creating more pressuring onto the tip of the shoe while being more comfortable to wear on the heel. The number of wholes on the side indicate the strength of the applied tension.

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Technical Details

Closing velcro lacing Material synthetic Toe Pad small Lining none Colors
Downturn flat Asymmetry low Toe Angle low to medium Pre-tension moderate Last FKJ
Foot Width wide Foot Volume high Foot Shape squared Heel Cup slim
Sole S-72™ Rubber supersoft Sole Thickness 4mm Midsole Flexan Midsole Type toes Midsole Thickness 1mm Tension System DTS-Tension™ Heel Cup Sensitivity high
Weight 440g Release Year 2020 List Price € 119.95€ List Price $ 149$

Combining cutting-edge technology with a sleek design, these breathable indoor climbing shoes provide a completely new concept in the SCARPA climbing collection. With their roomy toe box and Relaxed Performance Fit, climbers can expect more comfort and less pressure while bouldering. The shoe features an innovative PAF heel system that places more pressure on the toe, thereby allowing more comfort on the heel. On top of that, the ultra-soft S-72 rubber provides optimal adhesion and flexibility. Made of twin-ply microfiber uppers that outline your toes, you’ll enjoy a comfortable, skin-like feeling. Easy to wash and resole, the Scarpa Veloce is suitable for beginners and intermediate climbers in indoor settings.

Which size fits?

Fit Sizing
Comfort + 0.5
star Normal - 0.5
Performance - 1

We recommend for your profile to pick this shoe around -0.5 sizes smaller than your Street Shoe Size.

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