"In Stock" means this item is ready to ship. Orders placed before 3pm EST using a ship speed of 1 Day, 2 Days, or 3 Days will ship SAME DAY. Orders using 4-6 Day ship speed will ship within one business day.
"Ship Date" means we will special-order the product for you, and this is the date we expect your shipment to leave our warehouse.
"Oversized" means the item is large and can only be shipped using 4-6 Day ship speed. Additional shipping charges may apply.
"Freight" means the item is too large for standard shipping methods, and must be shipped by truck freight for an additional fee. Someone must be present to inspect, sign, and accept delivery, so we will call you to schedule delivery.
If you have any questions, please call 844-833-6921
The Scarpa Boostic Climbing Shoe is a synthetic and suede shoe for climbing. Suede at the heel for comfort with a synthetic at the front of the foot so it won't overstretch throughout the life of the shoe. A V-Tension Active Randing delivers grip in the toe with a Vibram® XS Edge rubber at the sole. Stiff and aggressive for your technical climbing needs.
Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors.
Special soft rubber, high friction toe patch for toe hooking
Built for maximum toe power for steep vert or overhangs
Precise heel fit and sticky rubber for exceptional heel hooking
Floating closure straps accommodate all foot shapes
Vibram XS Edge provides incredible grip and durability
Bouldering, Climbing, Sport Climbing
Vibram XS Edge
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Vibram rubber compounds and technologies are the gold standard in the outdoor industry for reliable, high-performance grip and traction. They offer precise, unparalleled responsiveness and support that's specifically engineered for your activities.
Rated 5 out of
Great shoe!I've owned these shoes for about a month and I have been extremely pleased with my purchase so far. I wear a size 10 street shoe and went with 42s.
- Great for overhang and vert
- sticky rubber
- comfortable for an aggressive shoe after you break them in
Also, as a heavier climber (~210lbs) these things have made me feel a million more times secure on small footholds due to their stiffness. As a result I am climbing better and have learned to trust my feet.
I have yet to climb outdoors with them but I'm sure they will not disappoint.
- they do turn your feet blue/green: not a big deal for me so it didn't affect my rating
- some friction on your toes due to the rubber on the inside
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 4 out of
BEST SHOES EVER!I wear a street shoe size 7, downsized 1 full size-Euro 37. Fresh out of the box I thought I was going to have to return-it took me 10 minutes to put each shoe on.I could wear them for about 25 sec before ripping them off. After 4 weeks of break in, I started to wear these for regular climbing sessions. They have molded perfectly to my feet! I have used them mostly for bouldering with the intent to use them ultimately for sport. I had the opportunity to try them at Squamish and couldn't have been happier with their performance! Negatives: the break in period was a tease! but worth it. Also, the rubber on the inside of the shoe can cause some major blisters on the tops of your toes.
Date published: 2013-01-24
Rated 5 out of
Amazing edging and toe - multi-colored feet!I bought this shoe in November 2013, and has been on rotation as my go-to shoe for all of the steep and/or thin routes and boulders or anything where I feel like I could use the extra confidence in edging. The break-in period was painful (I bought a size EUR 45 - I wear a US 12 street shoe) but only a month or so long (2-3 climbing days per week, shoe off IMMEDIATELY following the climb). After the break-in, the shoe feels locked-in without excess pressure points.
Two-and-a-half years and two resoles (Rock N Resole in Boulder, CO) later, my feet still turn blue. All of the edging performance you'd ever need, and all it costs is very festive feet for the rest of the life of the shoe. Endless reservoirs of blue and green leather dye. It's almost as impressive as the performance of the shoe.
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 5 out of
Surprisingly comfortable and easy to break inThese are my second pair of climbing shoes, the first being the Scarpa Force. I think I downsized about a size and a half US. Every time I put them on, I have this idea in my head that it's gonna be a chore. But once I start yanking on the tabs it feels like a nice suction that pulls my foot in. By no means do I want to wear them all day without a few breaks, but they feel great compared to my expectations for an aggressive shoe. The colors are also fun!
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 5 out of
Dapper Dirtbag from
This shoe does not suck[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Got these sweet puppies in the mail a little over a month ago and have put 50+ pitches on them from tech slabs to steep pockets. These shoes are little stiffies and help keep my whole body engaged through it's amazing platform on the most micro of edges. If you tuffa loving, steep roof pulling, heal hooking junkies are less concerned with how the shoes edge on tech terrain and want something that you could heal hook the moon with well you are in luck. These shoes caress and hold your heal tighter than that cute gal/guy at the crag dose in in your dreams. Yes they are super comfortable and stretch about a 1/4-1/2 size and if you have feet like mine you will be stoked and if you don't maybe try them anyway because these shoes don't suck. *disclaimer* just because these shoes are rad does not guarantee that you will send your 5.9 project in the gym, know how to climb outside or become more attractive to the opposite or same gender.
Date published: 2017-10-05
Rated 4 out of
Awesome shoes, blue feetPros-,,So I was extremely excited when I got these bad boys. The break in period was rough, but after 5 or so gym sessions they had completely molded to my feet, and these days I can keep them on comfortably for 20-30 minutes. I finally upgraded from the classic beginner La Sportiva Tarantulas, and the Boostics have performed phenomenally. Vastly improved my footwork for those little baby foot holds. The rubber on the top of the toe, while uncomfortable at first (you will develop a callus there), is great for any toe hooks and bat hangs, if that's your thing. ,,,,Cons-,,There is only one con. These things dye your foot BLUE. Like, super blue. Like you dipped your foot in easter egg dye. Every time you wear them. At first I thought it was because they were new, but I'm about 30 sessions in and it has only worsened. I have to use a pumice stone to get it out of my skin, but usually I just opt out and leave my feet blue. It is a very strange look.