Sensitive and dynamic.
The award-winning Mago is a champion for the demands of elite climbing.
The downturned last, X-tension active randing, and XS Grip2 rubber provide ultimate power and stick for front pointing on steep and overhanging climbs.
Lace-up closure and Microsuede fabric in the toe area provide topnotch fit and control while minimizing stretch in areas where precision is paramount.
Innovative concept of active midsole adapting to the footshape while loading and unloading bodyweight to the forefoot area, for the best power transmission. The pre-tensioned rubber rand enhances toe power, providing a direct connection among the front edge of the sole, the upper closure and (lacing, Velcro®, elastic band) and heel area. In combination with half soles, the X-TENSION system supports the arch and forefoot area without reducing sensitivity, like stiff midsoles do.
TPS – Toe Power Support
The TPS is a thermoshapable insert positioned under the forefoot. It provides a customized, anatomical fit to the front area of the shoe. The main benefits of the TPS are: a better support for the toes when pushing down hard, improved pulling capabilities and last, but not least, increased precision. When smearing, the TPS becomes extended so that it does not constrain movement and in doing so it helps to increase the area of the sole in contact with the rock to provide you with even more grip.
VIBRAM® XS Grip2
Represents the natural evolution of VIBRAM® XS Grip, The new XS Grip2 delivers highly improved grip, while maintaining consistent performance in all temperatures. XS Grip 2 is the best solution in pure friction situations.
- Recommended for: SPORT CLIMBING
- Upper: SUEDE - MICROSUEDE
- Last: FH
- Sole: XS GRIP2 3,5mm
- Size: 34 - 45 (with ½ sizes)
- Weight: 225g (½ pair size 40)
Five Star Review – Rock & Ice
Earning the only five-star scores out of 20 climbing shoes tested, SCARPA’s new Mago and Booster rock shoes both chalked up perfect ratings in Rock and Ice Magazine’s 2007 climbing shoe review. The Mago also won Climbing Magazine’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ Award in May, the only lace-up rock shoe to earn that distinction this year. “The Mago is one of the best shoes I’ve ever worn for sport climbing” wrote Andrew Bisharat, Rock and Ice Senior Editor – “The shoe turns down for toe power, but it also performs well on smears and edges”. - Dave Simpson – Verde Pr
CLIMBING Editor’s Choice
“With its high-test sensitivity and power, SCARPA’s steep-climbing redpoint shoe makes an exceptional specialist’s tool” - Climbing editors