I love going to REI for new shoes. The staff is always super helpful (usually fellow climbers) and the styles are pretty consistent so they may even have your current shoe in stock. I climb at The Rock Club, but I’ve gone to the Cliffs for shoes. The staff are ALL climbers so it’s another good option. When I climb up north at the Gunks, I usually stop into Rock and Snow — I think their shoe selection is the best anywhere. Btw, since you’re clearly a committed climber, you may want to have a few different types of shoes. I have neutral ones, moderate/aggressive ones, and shoes for outdoor climbing. Also, because it takes a bit of time to break in new shoes, if I notice a shoe wearing a bit, I buy another pair right away and start breaking them in so I can do a slow transition. Good luck with your shoe search!
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@ladeda_helen one thing to consider as you contemplate switching to a men's shoe is that they will likely run wider than the women's counterpart. If you have wider feet, the wider men's shoe might be a welcomed relief; however if you have average or narrow feet, the men's versions may be too sloppy.
Here's a quick list of women's climbing shoes that we carry in sizes 9.5 and up. As you noted, there isn't a Scarpa model so if you are committed to Scarpa as a brand, you could inquire at your local REI store about placing a special order.
Hope this helps a bit!
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