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 The Vampir is not imported to the US. Sadly, this shoe is not available in the US and we have limited ability to track where else in the world it's sold (sorry!). When we know more info, we'll post it here.

Saltic Vampir Climbing Shoe

Vampir

Saltic

Rating

My vote: None ( 5.5 avg )

Description

A slipper climbing shoe in general purpose technique design with Welcro fastening. It is made on a supertop last, on the bases of which the foot force is being concentrated in one spot. A combination of synthetic and natural materials offers the highest possible comfort. For attaining a maximum precision, this Vampir slipper is provided with a special middle sole with a highly sensible ending in the toe part. This makes this shoe highly sensible, unique and dynamic.

Weight 320 g

Single : 160 g / 5.6 oz
Pair : 320 g / 11.3 oz
(we converted grams to ounces)

Closure Type Velcro
Gender Unisex
Volume ­
Sizing Information UK sizes 2-11
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Best Use (Highest Performance) All-around
Asymmetry Moderate
Last Details ­­Saltic considers last information super top secret so we can’t define the last types further than the initials CT-35. But, if you find a Saltic shoe that fits, any Saltic shoes with the same last initials will fit your foot in a very similar way.
Upper Material ­Synthetic Leather
Midsole Material ­Evolsa RC
Sole Material 3.7 mm Extasy®­
Footbed Lining

1/3 Cambrelle®

EXTASY Technology

EXTASY

it‘s not just a name, extasy is a philosophy that gives you the best feeling from climbing. Years of studying, experimenting and never ending testing is how our extasy formula was developed into a climbing shoe rubber. This new highly technical recipe, developed for specific use, enhances shoe performance of the shoe toe box better than it‘s competition. Well balanced combination between edging strengths and smear performance makes extasy a strong weapon that will stand up to any rock structure there is. Extasy is guaranted for extensive performance.

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Climbing Gear Review rating A-

Saltic’s unlined synthetic Vampir goes for edging power over smearing and sensitivity and delivers well on that promise. The shoe sends quite a bit of power to the big toe for frontpointing and features a stable platform along the inside edge. That ability to stand on the inside edge comes in quite handy when your feet are turned out on a thin, vertical face. Keep in mind, however, that you won’t want to subject the shoe to dime edges on less-than-vertical terrain — it’s strictly vertical and beyond for this ride because it’s not sensitive enough for the subtleties of rolling onto those small holds.
The receiving ends on the Vampir’s Velcro straps feature broad patches for fine-tuning the fit. Like the X-Cube, it would have been nice to have more rubber around the heel, though you’re less likely to be aggressively heel hooking on the less-steep terrain for which this shoe is designed.