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Drago LV

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£116.95
£130.00

Widely-seen on either the world cup circuit or pushing the boundaries on top-flight boulders and visionary sport routes across the globe. The fully realised Scarpa Drago now comes in a low volume version, featuring all of the prestigious characteristics that come as part of the original Drago package, but with a tighter heel, narrower toe box, and flatter in-step. The Scarpa Drago LV targets the feet of the more performance-orientated and lower-volume footed climber, who is still performing the, most dynamic, most immense, and most daring moves.
Scarpa have laboriously tuned the Drago LV over many prototypes. Shaving just the right amount of volume from the original main body of the shoe, with a specific interest and focus on its mid-foot and heel sculpting. Offering an extended size range, the Scarpa Drago LV can be enjoyed by an exaggerated audience (a low-volume foot doesn't mean a small foot). Ready to be utilised on more difficult, overhanging terrain, the drago really comes into its own, where the features of your shoe are the fine-line between flop or send. Due to this, Scarpa has developed its SRT (Surround Rubber Tension) constructed of a soft and robust M50 rubber. This surrounds the forefoot, assuring the best possible connection, whether its the most taxing of heel-hooks or pivotal smears. To ensure, all power you produce goes into the correct channels, the Scarpa Drago LV features an XS Grip2 sole from Italian sole specialist Vibram®, providing the best possible vessel to help you overcome your most recent project.
Sure to be an absolute favourite with-in the climbing community, the Scarpa Drago LV is the next tool you need to push the level of your climbing and achieve your next personal best.

Technical Specifications

  • PCB-Tension™ active rand provides a lightweight power transfer

  • 1/3 length Vibram® XS Grip 2 sole strategically puts the rubber only where you need it

  • Perfect for bouldering or overhanging sport routes

  • SRT structural toe wrap in M50 rubber provides support and friction

  • PAF heel system improves fit and heel hooking performance

  • Last: FZS: Highly downturned, Highly asymmetric

  • Mid Sole: Flexan 1.0

  • Sole: Vibram XS Grip S2 3.5 mm

  • Upper: Microsuede + Leather

  • Weight: 215g (1/2 pair size 40)

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All climbing shoe models fit differently. We put together our 'shoeculator' to help you find the right size in a new model, compared to your old climbing shoes or street shoes.

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This sizing advice is based on two pairs of brand new shoes. Leather shoes tend to stretch more than synthetic shoes. When switching from synthetic to leather you may want to select a smaller size.

Widely-seen on either the world cup circuit or pushing the boundaries on top-flight boulders and visionary sport routes across the globe. The fully realised Scarpa Drago now comes in a low volume version, featuring all of the prestigious characteristics that come as part of the original Drago package, but with a tighter heel, narrower toe box, and flatter in-step. The Scarpa Drago LV targets the feet of the more performance-orientated and lower-volume footed climber, who is still performing the, most dynamic, most immense, and most daring moves.
Scarpa have laboriously tuned the Drago LV over many prototypes. Shaving just the right amount of volume from the original main body of the shoe, with a specific interest and focus on its mid-foot and heel sculpting. Offering an extended size range, the Scarpa Drago LV can be enjoyed by an exaggerated audience (a low-volume foot doesn't mean a small foot). Ready to be utilised on more difficult, overhanging terrain, the drago really comes into its own, where the features of your shoe are the fine-line between flop or send. Due to this, Scarpa has developed its SRT (Surround Rubber Tension) constructed of a soft and robust M50 rubber. This surrounds the forefoot, assuring the best possible connection, whether its the most taxing of heel-hooks or pivotal smears. To ensure, all power you produce goes into the correct channels, the Scarpa Drago LV features an XS Grip2 sole from Italian sole specialist Vibram®, providing the best possible vessel to help you overcome your most recent project.
Sure to be an absolute favourite with-in the climbing community, the Scarpa Drago LV is the next tool you need to push the level of your climbing and achieve your next personal best.

Technical Specifications

  • PCB-Tension™ active rand provides a lightweight power transfer

  • 1/3 length Vibram® XS Grip 2 sole strategically puts the rubber only where you need it

  • Perfect for bouldering or overhanging sport routes

  • SRT structural toe wrap in M50 rubber provides support and friction

  • PAF heel system improves fit and heel hooking performance

  • Last: FZS: Highly downturned, Highly asymmetric

  • Mid Sole: Flexan 1.0

  • Sole: Vibram XS Grip S2 3.5 mm

  • Upper: Microsuede + Leather

  • Weight: 215g (1/2 pair size 40)

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May 04, 2021

Great for skinny feet

Great improvements on an already great shoe. The regular Drago fits me well, but tends to be a bit baggy over my metatarsals. This version gives me a truly glove-like fit, feels like it is around a quarter-size smaller than the regular Drago. The new PAF heel is also a lot more comfortable for strenuous heel hooks, honestly believe they should start adding this to all other Scarpa shoes.

Went half a size down from street shoes for a snug fit - comfortable, but still requires taking off after 2-3 attempts. Could go down half a size more, but I prefer being bunion-free over a minor increase in performance.

In terms of foot shape, I've got Greek feet with a wide forefoot, long toes and narrow heels

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