Deal of the Week: 25% Off All Scarpa Shoes

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Scarpa makes climbing shoes for every need. Want a thin face climbing shoe? Check out the Vapor Lace. Want a stellar trad shoe? Maestro Mid. Aggressive? See the Instinct line. Want the softest climbing shoe on the market? Furia Air. Right now, all Scarpa shoes (climbing, approach, and running) are 25-percent off at Backcountry.com, so you can get just the shoe you need for less.

Browse the full sale here and check out some of our top Scarpa shoe picks below.

Arpia Climbing Shoe

$119.21 (25% off, was $158.95)

The women's Arpia.

The women's Arpia.

The Arpia is an ideal all-arounder. Moderately downturned and with a stiff forefoot, the Arpia's excel on thin edges, but are also capable on slabs and steeps—without being uncomfortable. If you want one shoe that can handle any terrain you throw yourself at, consider these. They've been a staple in Climbing digital editor Kevin Corrigan's pack since they arrived at our office.

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Force V Climbing Shoe

$104.21 (25% off, was $138.95)

The men's Force V.

The men's Force V.

Maximizing comfort without sacrificing precision, this shoe is perfect for those moving into the next step in their climbing. However, this is not just a beginner shoe—it's also a great option anywhere that comfort is your priority. 

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Furia Air Climbing Shoe

$149.21 (25% off, was $198.95)

The Furia Air.

The Furia Air.

The Furia Air is the lightest climbing shoe on the market and may be the most unique climbing shoe on the market. They're soft. There's almost nothing too them. If you wish you could coat your feet in sticky rubber, check these out.  Read our review here.

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Gecko Approach Shoe

$126.71 (25% off, was $168.95)

The women's Gecko.

The women's Gecko.

This approach shoe can be for more than just the approach, as reviewers call the Gecko one of the best technical approach shoes on the market. The slimmed down build and sticky rubber allow it to feel solid on 4th class scrambles and even low 5th class. Furthermore, the build will keep your feet comfortable on more-traditional approaches as well. Read our review.

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Instinct VSR Climbing Shoe

$141.71 (25% off, was $188.95)

The Instinct VSR.

The Instinct VSR.

This aggressive shoe will help you satisfy your urge to climb the steepest of the steeps, whether they are boulder roofs, bolted caves, or plastic problems in the gym. These shoes fit like a glove, are extremely downturned, and have precision edges. We gave the Instinct VSR our Editors' Choice award in 2017, read the review.

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Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe

$141.71 (25% off, was $188.95)

The men's Maestro Mid Eco.

The men's Maestro Mid Eco.

If you you're interested in long trad routes and/or crack climbing, the Maestro Mid will do you right. The shoes excel in cracks from hands up, and are also solid edgers. They're comfortable on long routes and the mid-height upper protects ankles during jams. Bonus: They're eco-friendly. We gave the Maestro Mid our Editors' Choice award in 2017, read the review.

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Vapor Lace Climbing Shoe

$123.71-$131.21 (20%-25% off, was $164.95-$174.95)

The men's Vapor Lace.

The men's Vapor Lace.

The Vapor Lace is a performance all-arounder. It's downturned, but not so much that you feel like you're jamming your foot into a banana. It's stiff for thin edges, but not so much that they lack sensitivity. The Vapor Lace can perform on all terrain, but really excels on thin, vertical climbing. Read our review.

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Veloce Climbing Shoe

$104.21 (25% off, was $138.95)

The women's Veloce.

The women's Veloce.

Over the past few years gym climbing has become its own category. With this in mind, Scarpa created the Volece, designed for gym use (although it certainly performs on real rock as well). The moderately downturned shoe has a more ample toe box, to provide comfort for those that don't take it off between burns, and a new formula of super-sticky rubber designed just for gym holds and volumes. Read our review.

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