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 The Force X Men is technically retired but it's still sold online.The Force X Men is no longer produced by Scarpa. We're showing it as "available" on WeighMyRack because you can still find it at trustworthy online retailers.

Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe
  • Scarpa Force X Men Climbing Shoe

Force X Men



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The Force X adapts the technology of our technical rock shoe range and couples this with luxurious padding to create a shoe with unrivalled levels of comfort balanced with technical performance.

The Force X features a new cushioned heel lining which provides increased levels of comfort especially on longer days; this padding coupled with the easy entry provided by the Velcro straps makes the Force X ideal for long days and long routes where convenience and comfort are a top priority.

Retail price

US$ 139.00

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Weight 280 g

Single : 280 g / 9.88 oz (Size 40)
Pair : 560 g / 19.75 oz (Size 40)
(we converted grams to ounces)

Closure Type Velcro
Gender Men
Volume ­
Sizing Information European sizes 35-48, including half sizes.

From your measured size, you'll want to consider downsizing .5 - 2 full sizes. The flatter the shoe, the closer to your measured size; the more downturned / aggressive the shoe, the more you'll want to downsize....

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Best Use (Highest Performance) Trad / Crack
Asymmetry Low
Last Details Shape: Flat (comfort)
­Last : FF Scarpa considers last information super top secret so we can’t define the last types further than the initials FF. But, if you find a Scarpa shoe that fits, any Scarpa shoes with the same last initials will fit your foot in a very similar way.
Upper Material ­Suede
Midsole Material ­Flexan
Sole Material 4.0 mm XS EDGE
Rand: V-Tension
Footbed Lining


V-Tension System Technology

V-Tension System

Innovative concept of active midsole working in connection with the full-length outsole. The pre-tensioned rubber rand enhances toe power, while the arch and heel area are supported by the back part of the outsole. The right support for the best precision.
Vibram® XS Edge Technology

Vibram® XS Edge

Developed to provide maximum edging support, the VIBRAM®XS Edge compound delivers excellent grip while adding improved firmness for the most challenging edging moves. This rubber compound is exceptionally resistant to deformation on razor sharp edges and it will not creep while smearing.
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Outdoor Gear Lab Gear Review rating 3/5

The Force X is a solid climbing shoe that won't disappoint if you don't expect too much from it. Its limitations become apparent when the climbing starts to get steep and techie, keep yourself happy with them by sticking to more moderate terrain with it. The Force X is durable and would be a great beginner shoe or a relatively inexpensive addition to a quiver of shoes.

The Alpine Start Gear Review no rating given just a review

These are the shoes that I reach for first when I’m heading out for a general day of climbing. Heading out to a crag with a bunch of different levels of climbers, the gym, or anywhere else where variety will be the order of the day; these shoes are the ones I go with. I have other pairs with more specialized uses that surpass these shoes in that specific area (for example Solutions are better than this for overhangs, Mythos are better for long easy trad days) , but none have the same versatility as the Scarpa Force X. If you are looking for a quiver of one, or something to round out an otherwise specialized shoe collection, these are definitely worth your consideration.

Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

Party in the back, business in the front. A stiff, padded heel protects your foot and keeps it happy for hundreds of vertical feet, while a sensitive forefoot and pointed toe boost precision for pockets and edging.

Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

With a flat-lasted sole, suede leather uppers, and padded mesh lining for the heel cup and tongue, this shoe is super comfortable for full days of climbing. And the unlined toe box, tensioned rand, and 4mm Vibram XS Edge sole rubber create sensitivity and power on pockets and edges. After wearing them on moderate routes around Colorado, from Lumpy Ridge granite to Shelf Road limestone, one tester raved, “Without a doubt one of the most comfortable rock shoes I’ve worn all year, if not ever. I could easily go four pitches before even thinking about stretching my toes.” When it came time for a break, the two-strap Velcro closure made it easy to expose those toes, though the tester wished he could tighten the straps more, especially as the uppers began to stretch after a couple of dozen pitches. Available in men’s and women’s models.

Alpinist Gear Review rating 4/5

A well-built, all-around shoe with good performance and excellent comfort, the Force is my go-to shoe for long, moderate routes. While I may not send my biggest numbers in these babies, the shoes' simplicity and comfort will make it hard to leave them at home when I'm packing for my next trip.