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Scarpa Furia Climbing Shoe

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The Men's Furia Climbing Shoe is Scarpa's most sensitive shoe, and it will serve you best on technical boulders and overhanging routes. Without a midsole, the Furia lets you feel and grip onto the smallest smears and nubs, with additional help from Vibram's XS Grip 2 sole. XS Grip 2 is Vibram's competition-worthy rubber, specifically designed to grip overhung holds. Active Randing stretches a Power-Connection-Band from the heel to the toe for enhanced performance and longevity. You should expect limited stretch out of the microsuede synthetic upper.

  • Microsuede synthetic upper
  • Active Randing
  • Power-Connection-Band
  • No midsole
  • Vibram XS Grip 2 sole
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great Soft Shoe

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This shoe is super soft, which allows you to feel exact what you are stepping on. Stretches a lot so size down half a size from what you think.

Great Bouldering Shoes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these shoes for bouldering. They will likely feel more soft and sensitive than anything you have used before and it kind of feel like you are cheating the first time you use them. The fit is on par with most in Scarpa's line, working well for folks with wider forefoot. With the softness of these, they broke in and molded to the foot noticeably more than some stiffer shoes, becoming quite comfortable.

Very Soft in a Good Way

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These are great shoes for outside as they are incredibly soft. I love the feel of the shoe on rock as it almost feels as thought the are as sensative as a sock. I wear a size 9.5 street shoe and went with a 42. I probably should have got a 41.5, but I think the 42 will be more comfortable in the long run.

Great shoes to add to your quiver

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I enjoy climbing with these so much! It's the perfect shoe for steep routes/problems, with really precise asymmetry shape and softness that brings the most out of your feet.
Since I'm a lighter climber I'm able to send really hard routes even on vertical edging terrain, and I don't feel that their softness is much of a performance compromise for me. However, It does require stronger feet and toes, so expect to get your tiniest foot muscles working extra if your not used to it.
Depending on what types of climbing you are interested in, I would probably not get this model as an only pair of climbing shoes - it works great for me to have them as a third pair, after having a flat stiff one (TC pro) and an aggressive edger (Kataki).
Fitting wise, I wear La Sportiva shoes size 40 and got the Furia in 41. They fit me really well and snug, and I can still wear them for a while actually. The heel is a tiny bit baggy, but it doesn't affect performance at all, as I managed to pull-on pretty intense hooks with it with no issue at all. I also believe it might still conform better to my feet over time.

Didn’t quite fit

    I’m an 11.5 in most active shoes and an 11 in a casual shoe. I purchased the 44.5’s with hopes I could squeeze in and although I can get my foot in there, I couldn’t wear them for more than a minute. But my initial impression are these would be killer shoes.

    Love 'em

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Fantastic. I had been climbing in the Booster S and was a little disappointed in them. Although the Furia and Booster S use the same rubber, the Furia seems to stick much better. (Maybe because Furias are thinner?) The Furias are also extremely comfortable, even when sizing down significantly. For reference, I wear an 11 1/2 street, 43 for Furias and the Booster S.

    I haven't had them long enough to comment on durability, but expect them to wear more quickly based on how thin they are.

    Sensitive Rubber with a Super Heel

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Furias are my first pair of Scarpas since climbing in Scarpa Instinct Lace-Ups a few years ago. This shoe has got it all - sticky rubber with a sensitive enough compound to really feel the rock, a flexible split-sole to really pull the shoe onto your heel, and a fantastic heel shape for really digging into heel hooks when it matters!

    awesome performance shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I'm on my second pair of the furias. Ideal for steeper routes and bouldering. They are super sensitive and great on the steep southern sandstone I climb regularly. They also performed well on the limestone at Rifle this past Spring. The toe rubber is good, toe hooks feel super secure. Same goes for the heel. My foot is wide in the front and narrow in the back. 90% of my climbing occurs in the Furias or Scarpa Boostics. I can say for certain that the toe rubber in the Furias doesn't last as long as my Boostics, but they're noticeably more sensitive than the Boostics too. I love them and they will remain in my quiver for the foreseeable future.

    Edit from below

      Opps, didn't finish it! Anyways, the shoe is a great shoe. I've found that smearing is so very easy and toe hooks and heel hooks are incredibly secure. Edging is problematic and requires some toe strength to get what you need out of them, but for what it's made for, these are going to be the best you can find. I've thoroughly enjoyed using these shoes thus far and look forward to using them in the future. I wish the rubber would last longer though!

      Great shoe, not great durability

        I'm currently on my second pair of these shoes. Got my first pair in December this past year and got another pair in May. 5 months into use and I already had a hole in the toe!

        Oh so supple.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 42

        Another truly excellent shoe from Scarpa. I can feel the wall so well they have me unleashing my inner dancer and crushing lead routes and boulder problems all the same. Part of it may be that I don't want to wear them out too fast and know the 3mm will if I am not careful, but graceful footwork is good footwork, and for that they are the tool. They also look nice and mean so it all balances out perfectly.

        While they are extremely soft, they have the perfect amount of tension to keep your foot supported and relaxed. Both pulling in on overhangs and pressing down on smears seem effortless. Load any part of the toe box and they still seem to hold your foot symmetrically. The heel does seem to twist more than desired when loaded on a hard heel hook, but the shoe fits securely and it is definitely not going anywhere. Also love having the little heel rail for pulling in on a crimp here and there.

        I wear the Booster S and Instinct VS as well, all in size 42(also my Birkenstock size... thank you Scarpa). All great shoes in their own regard, I switch to the Instinct VS when I want more forefoot extension and front facing power and the Booster S for the middle ground jack of all trades type days(currently waiting to be resoled). While the Booster S fit my wider foot perfectly, the Furia unfortunately cuts in a bit on the pinky toe and its neighbor. But the microsuede interior upps the ante comfort wise and the shoe doesnt squeeze and fold my forefoot like some 5.10s tend to or crush all my toes to a point like some La Sportivas.

        All in all I love climbing in the shoes. Sorry 5.10, love your rubber, but Scarpa all the way.

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        Hello, I have a sizing question. I currently wear Scarpa Instinct VS in size 42.5 and am wondering what size Furia you would recommend. Thanks!

        My favorite performance shoe

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: Runs small
        • Size Bought: 41

        After i heard about these i waited all year for them to be released. I wear Booster S in 40.5 but these run a tad bit small due to the narrow toe box so I opted for the 41s. It has a synthetic upper so stretching was pretty minimal but noticeable but not even close to half a size. Like the other reviewer stated, There is absolutely no deadspace anywhere in the shoe but the heel. It is simply a little baggy and there is always a little air in it. This has had little to no affect on heel hooking though.

        The sensitivity and softness is amazing, you can feel every little nub on the wall and the shoe molds to your feet. This takes a little to get use to at first and your toes will be in excruciating pain at times, but once you get use to the sensitivity, hitting micro edges and the smallest nubs will be a breeze and has helped me reach new limits in bouldering and overhanging sport routes. The softness of the shoe still allows for good smearing and it can still edge decently. The rubber that wraps the to is another plus and really helps grip those toe hooks. I have pretty good footwork in my opinion but with only 3mm of xs grip, the shoe does lose its edge a bit faster than your typical shoe but my gym has a very abrasive surface so that could have been a factor. This shoe has become my go to shoe for sending my big projects, but it is not meant for hard edging. If you're looking for more sensitivity and a shoe that can take you to the next level on overhangs and boulders then give this shoe a shot, you wont regret it

        Can I size the Furia like the Booster S? I wear a 39 Booster S, should I go with a 39 Furia? I'm just concerned that the extra rubber on the toe box won't stretch as much as the Booster S toe box. Also, is the Furia's heel narrower than the Booster S?


        I have both and they should be sized the same. The toe box on the furia actually seems more flexible and easy to break in than the booster s. I think this is due to the sole being so much softer and more flexible. The heel seems about the same to me

        how do these compare to the boostics and instinct vs

        The main difference between the Furia and the boostics/instincts is the lack of insole in the furia. This will make the show very sensitive and give you very good feel on the wall. What you loose in the lack of midsole is some of the power that the boostics have. These shoes rely on the strength of you feet, rather than a stiff midsole to transfer power to the wall. These are great if you are looking for a more natural feel on the wall.

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        Looking for the 38.5. Will pick those up once they're in stock.

        Nice Addition to the Scarpa Lineup.

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
        • Fit: Runs small
        • Size Bought: 41.5

        Got these a couple days ago after waiting all winter/spring for their release. I have two pairs of 41 Boostics, so naturally I initially ordered the Furia in a 41. Unfortunately, the toebox is substantially narrower along the pinkie-toe side than the Boostic, and I had to size up to a 41.5 (I wear a size 9/42 street shoe, and 39.5 in Miuras/VS's). I do have a pretty wide foot. Anyway, the 41.5 forefoot fits great, with no air pockets in the forefoot and great sensitivity. Since the upper is synthetic, I don't expect much stretch, and I would recommend making sure they fit the way you want from the get-go (my Boostics have hardly stretched at all after 1.5 years and multiple resoles).

        Although the forefoot fit is great and the slingshot rand is nice and snug on my Achilles, there is a fair amount of air space in the heel. I worry that Scarpa is inching back to the old Booster heel shape, which had a ridiculously baggy heel cup. There's definitely more air space than my Boostics. I don't know if I have low volume heels or what, but only my Acopa Merlins have a perfect heel cup for my foot. I can only imagine how awesome this shoe would be if the heel fit as well as the forefoot.

        The great thing about shoes this soft is that even when you size them tight, they're remarkably comfortable. The lack of a rigid midsole makes them conform to your foot-shape, and thusly I was able to keep them on longer out of the box than I ever would have expected. Sensitivity and toe-hookery has been great, and I think I'm a convert to a super-soft shoe for bouldering and overhanging sport. They won't replace my Boostics for hard edging , but for steep terrain, it seems like they're gonna be tough to beat,

        With the synthetic material does it stretch at all and if so how much?

        I Usually wear a size 8 in Regular Shoes. But upon trying on a size 41.5 Pair of Boostics. My toes were in HELL. and that's just walking around and squatting on em. I'm tempted to add another half size UP therefore, making it a 42.0. Hope I find the ideal fit. But then again, I'm almost at the point of giving up the boostics and changing for this pair. All to try something new...but with that said. I think I might give these a go in a 42.0.
        Any words of enlightenment?