Scarpa Feroce Climbing Shoes (For Men and Women)

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About Scarpa Feroce Climbing Shoes (For Men and Women)

Closeouts. The Scarpa Feroce climbing shoe is made for advanced climbers who thrive on tackling the challenging routes.


Specs about Scarpa Feroce Climbing Shoes (For Men and Women)

  • Shape of last: Downturn
  • Lacing system: Touch fasten
  • Outsole: Vibram® XSgrip®
  • Weight (pair): 1 lb. 3 oz.
  • Made in Italy l
  • Visit our Climbing Gear Guide
  • Climbing activities are inherently dangerous; we recommend getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use -- for any refund, climbing gear must be returned in its original packaging/coil, and have original hangtags and plastic wrapper
  • Leather shoes will stretch out 1/2 to 1 full size after use; synthetic shoes will stretch little to none at all
  • US shipments only


Scrapa Climbing Shoe Size Chart

Euro US Mens US Womens
34.5 3 4
35 3 - 3.5 4 - 4.5
35.5 3.5 - 4 4.5 - 5
36 4 - 4.5 5 - 5.5
36.5 4.5 - 5 5.5 - 6
37 5 6
37.5 5 - 5.5 6 - 6.5
38 5.5 - 6 6.5 - 7
38.5 6 - 6.5 7 - 7.5
39 6.5 7.5
39.5 7 8
40 7 - 7.5 8 - 8.5
40.5 7.5 - 8 8.5 - 9
41 8 - 8.5 9 - 9.5
41.5 8.5 - 9 9.5 - 10
42 9 10
42.5 9 - 9.5 10 - 10.5
43 9.5 - 10 10.5 - 11
43.5 10 - 10.5 11 - 11.5
44 10.5 11.5
44.5 11 12
45 11 - 11.5 12 - 12.5
45.5 11.5 - 12 12.5 - 13
46 12 - 12.5 13 - 13.5
47 13/td> 14
47.5 13 - 13.5 14 - 14.5
48 13.5 - 14.5 14 - 15
49 14 - 14.5 15 - 15.5
50 14.5 - 15 15.5 - 16

All Scarpa non-plastic footwear uses European sizing

Euro whole size: 6.6 mm = 0.26 inches

1 US whole size: 8.4 mm = 0.33 inches

The 30 Euro sizes above cove the same size range as 24 US sizes. More Euro sizes provide a better, more precise fit for your intended use.


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4.666666 5 Overall Rating: 4.7 Based on 9 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Alex in the AZ desert from Phoenix, AZ on Thursday, February 18, 2010
Have been climbing for a year 3 to 4 times a week: bouldering, gym, outdoor. I own 5 different pairs of climbing shoes, mostly Scarpas. The Feroce are my most complete, most versatile shoes. They are excellent for difficult technical climbs. There's a bump under your big toe which feels strange ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mickeyy from Philadelphia on Thursday, September 8, 2016
    I really liked the entire shoe, it looks cute from a girls perspective, and fit like a glove. The middle strap is kind of useless, but the top and bottom strap provide the support I need. I've only tried them a couple of times but am really liking them so far.
  • Reviewed by Colin from Oregon on Friday, February 26, 2016
    I can't comment too much on the actual climbing in these shoes as I've only done a bit with them at at just a 5.11b/c climber I'm not really competent to push them hard enough to know their limits. That said, I have no complaints and they stick very well. Mostly, let's talk about the fit.
    For comparison, my feet measure 11.125 inches which is technically a EU 44.5 or US 11.5. In running shoes I use 12's, for everyday shoes I wear 11.5. I have an overall average 98mm width mid foot but a wider forefoot than average and slightly narrower heel. My go-to climbing shoe is the La Sportiva Miura VS in size 44.5 which is very snug and not very comfortable. They climb amazingly well but on longer routes they really dig into the top of my big toes so I got these in hopes of finding a better all day option that's still aggressive.
    I ordered the Feroce in size 44 and think that was a good choice. I can't imagine the 43.5 being possible as they are right at the limit of how short I can go. However, they are wider than most climbing shoes so aren't squeezing my toes down painfully (though still very snug). The sole has a bulge under the big toe that pushes the joint up but the end of your toe down which was weird at first but is actually terrific support and keeps the top of my toes comfortable against the roof of the shoe. My only concern now is that the heel pocket fits perfectly right now so if it stretches at all it could be an issue. However, as I was looking for a more comfortable but still moderately aggressive shoe, I can deal with that for the comfort and throw on the Miura's if there's a problem that warrants it.
    For technical abilities, I love that the shoe had a bit stiffer sole for longer routes and a decently though not overly pointed and downturned toe. The toe also has good coverage on top for toe hooks and protection from the dreaded toe smash, something the Miura's lack. The heel really sticks to heel hooks too, they designed that well.
  • Reviewed by Frank from Reno, NV on Monday, February 15, 2016
    This bouldering shoe is surprisingly comfortable despite its very aggressive toe box. The shoe conforms your toes in a talon like curl, providing excellent grip on the slightest of footholds.
  • Reviewed by GetOutMT from Montana on Friday, January 8, 2016
    A great shoe, though I am returning for a size up. For reference I am typically a size 7 women's and I am exchanging the 37.5 for the 38.5. Shape feels great for people with long toes and morton's toe (like me). This can be hard to find in more aggressive shoes which are often way more asymmetrical and therefore crush my second (longest) toe. If you have this problem too these may be the shoes for you!
  • Reviewed by SarahS from Fort Collins, CO on Wednesday, June 29, 2011
    I've got a narrow, low volume foot with a tiny heel and this shoe is pretty much perfect. The velcro lets me adjust where I want, which is nice. These shoes lasted me for a year, then were retired to gym shoes, which is a good length of time for shoes that saw 3-5 climbing sessions a week on average. I bought another pair, and I'll need new ones soon. They are aggressive, but comfortable enough for more than one short pitch. They take a while to break in, but once they are, they fit your foot like a glove. I use tiny footholds with ease, they edge nicely, and while the heel hook bar isn't that helpful most of the time, the rubber going up so high on the back is definitely helpful for heel hooks. The toe box is almost all covered in rubber too, which makes toe cams stick a little better. Definitely not a crack shoe, too downturned and meant to fit tighter than you would want a crack shoe-toes are curled a bit. I use them for bouldering and sport routes and they are pretty much the perfect shoe for me for both of those pursuits. I wouldn't want to wear them for a long trad day, so I have a pair of old LaSportiva Nagos I use for that. Try these shoes on in a store, then come buy them from here-it's a better price. Also, they don't stretch hardly at all, maybe close to half a size, but probably less, so don't plan on them being much looser when you try them on. GREAT SHOE!
    • Best Uses: Bouldering, Sport Climbs
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Climber
    • Pros: Aggressive, Comfortable, Great edging, Great rubber, Long Lasting, Smears well
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • Width: Feels true to width

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About Scarpa

Scarpa of Italy was literally "born in a barn" back in 1951. Founder Luigi Parisotto launched his footwear career in a small outbuilding, crafting handmade shoes for locals with a nearly fanatical attention to detail. After cultivating a flawless reputation among his patrons, Luigi eventually switched from work boots to mountaineering boots, and Scarpa boots were born. Today, more than six decades later, Scarpa climbing shoes and mountaineering boots remain among the very best in the sporting industry. By fusing modern technology with an old-world attention to craftsmanship, Scarpa shoes and boots provide superior comfort for adventure-seekers who demand the absolute best. Experience a higher elevation of footwear performance.