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Simple, sensitive and designed for those looking to transition from a traditional flat to a performance fit, the Arpia is softer than Scarpa's Vapor V and more aggressive than the Force V.
WEIGHT REFERENCE : 190g; 6.7oz (1/2 pair size 38)
UPPER : Microsuede with soft-touch backing
MIDSOLE : Talyn 1.5mm
OUTSOLE : Vibram® XS Grip2 (3.5mm)
LAST : FKW - Slightly Downturned, Slightly Asymenetric
SOLE RUBBER : Vibram® XS Grip2
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