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Built on a 4G Anasazi last, this Scarpa climbing shoe molds to the foot and grips with ease.
the amount of flex and sensitivity make them relatively easy to wear once on
These are an aggressive version of the anasazi verde. Similar sensitivity and locked on heel, but with a sharp point and curve and velcro closure. Sizing will be a little smaller than similar of the anasazi line, perhaps a half size bigger is needed if you’ve worn the anasazi vcs. However, the amount of flex and sensitivity make them relatively easy to wear once on, and a slight stretch after a couple sessions makes these wonderful for a few hard attempts.
I bought these shoes to be used in the gym because they were on sale. They are pretty good shoes. The only downside to the shoe in my opinion is the lack of rubber on the toe. For a down turned shoe the should have more. The upside is that, essentially, they are a slightly more aggressive version of the anasazi vcs. They aren’t as aggressive as the dragons or the team shoe, so they worked really well for what I wanted them for (an all around gym shoe). As far as the fit, I fit mine the exact same way I fit anasazi’s. Five Ten says to fit them a half size up. I found that to be too big (remember the shoe will stretch). I wear a size 10 in bothe these and the vcs.
However they are such great shoes – just don’t keep them on for too …
Got it on sale so it was a plus to begin with. The shoe was as aggressive as I thought it would be but it being my first aggressive shoe, it wrecked my feet. However they are such great shoes – just don’t keep them on for too long or it will hurt.
Awesome climbing shoes! Just used it for the first time in a sandstone sector. Nice grip, good precision. Fits perfectly on my feet. I wear a 7 street shoes and purchased a 7 on this, it feels exactly the way I wanted. I hope it doesn’t strech much, because it’s really perfect the way it is now.
Fits very tight at first, but great.
I got the same size as my street shoes. This fits very small at first. It was so painful that I thought about exchanging it. I had to use shoe stretcher and hair dryer to stretch it out over night. After that, this pair became my favorite. Fits like a tight socks and does the job.
Buy them, but buy them a full size up
Used them 1 time in the gym so they still need broken in. But so far, they’re exactly what you would expect from a five ten Anasazi shoe-good construction, great sole, and solid performance. Great choice for a first show with downturned toe, but buy them large. I wear a size 10.5 Anasazi, and the 11.5 arrowhead fits tight but not too tight.
Such an incredible price and they arrived on time and …
Such an incredible price and they arrived on time and as expected. Paid about $50 less than cheapest possible price elsewhere.
Love the shoes, they’re genuine and definitely a better shoe. I’m new to climbing and these are a little on the aggressive side but they have helped my footwork heaps and tonnes.
Great all-arounders, with some drawbacks
Arrowheads are a fantastic choice for enjoyable climbing below your technical limits. They’re extremely comfortable — after a short 1-2 session break-in, there’s so comfortable that I’ll forget to take them off between climbs. And they perform fairly well, especially for smearing. These will get you up plenty of Yosemite granite boulders.
Overall a great comfortable shoe
Love these shoes. A little bit narrow for my feet but the soft upper fits really well. I wear a 9.5/10 in street shoes and a 40.5 in la sportiva miura. These fit really well and the heel fits me well without any fear of popping out. The rubber is very soft compared to my miuras and testarosas which is great for sticking to every little nub in the gym and tiny glassy edges outside. Slightly more aggressive and downturn than the other Anasazi models with a more narrow toe which is great. Allows me to be more precise and toe in on smaller holds without worrying about the toe being too big or wide for the hold. The softer rubber also helps in that regard. The rubber may wear out a little faster, but that’s the price for soft and sticky rubber. The straps seem to be coming apart some, mostly on the sides, after only having them a few weeks. Hopefully they will stay in tact or will at least wear at the same rate as the rubber so I can get both fixed/replaced at the same time.