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La Sportiva Miura

Weight239 g

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La Sportiva Miura
4.7 out of 5 based on 31 user reviews.

Cred: 831
Review by stevencook on Dec. 01, 2007
great heel hooks, comfortable, sticky rubber, sensitive, fits great, lined so it won't stretch that much
I had the laces bust and break but replaced it with cordage
venom is on the same rand but is a slipper

Cred: 1096
Review by jeepnphreak on Dec. 21, 2010
Absolutely my favorite shoe to date. Edges well and smears well. It it one of the most versatile shoes; I use them for sport climbs and traditional crack climbs.
If you have fatter feet the Miurs VS are pretty sweet.

Cred: 831
Review by stevencook on Jan. 20, 2008
keeps its last, sticky rubber, down turned toe all of these things along with personal skill will make you a great climber

Cred: 15
Review by tnclimber on Dec. 20, 2007
Great shoe, edges well, heel hooks well, and is comfortable.
The only complaint I have is that the rubber where the inside of my big toe is, has evaporated after only four months. It is a very minor problem.
Evolv Pontas

Cred: 240
Review by deathbybowtie on May. 06, 2008
Amazing edging; excellent rubber; laces let you get the perfect tightness up your whole foot; pretty comfortable for rather aggressive shoes. Great on overhanging routes.
The downturned profile hampers their smearing ability a bit.

Cred: 189
Review by jwidm on Mar. 20, 2009
Great performance. I feel like I can toe in and edge on anything (or nothing for that matter).
I think it's from standing around in these and flattening out the cambered toe but the sole on mine peeled away behind the big toe. I don't think that would stop me from getting them again.

Cred: 225
Review by KayakSam on Feb. 21, 2012
extremely sticky rubber, great for heel hooks and smearing. Laces and sole design create a great fit. Great for bouldering and most extended time problems too. I recommend buying shoes that are .5-1 size smaller then your street shoes.
Toe rubber isn't that sensitive, but no major problem whatsoever.
Same shoe with straps, if you're apposed to laces.

Cred: 345
Review by Benzesp on Mar. 15, 2012
Best all around shoe period. They just do everything well. Great precise toe box. Rubber is sticky and durable. They just get better a they wear.
Appear to be downturned, will flatten out which is not that big of a deal.
These are the benchmark for all other shoes IMO.

Cred: 240
Review by Eclipze on Jan. 12, 2014
For advanced Climbing nothing beats them. Great heel hooks and edging and the feeling in the toe is great. Probably one of the only shoes I did just as well sport Climbing as trad. Smear great too
Nothing except I wish they were cheaper (don't we all)
None that I've found

Cred: 484
Review by fb_775474335 on Jun. 08, 2008
Fits my foot awesome, quick lace system is great.
Not the best smearing shoe in the world, limited toe sensitivity.
Katana for bouldering.

Cred: 358
Review by fb_4943815 on Jun. 20, 2008
Great edging.. Stickiest rubber ever
Toed out WAY too fast, less than three months for a full on blow out..

Cred: 27
Review by luiyo1200 on Nov. 18, 2008
super sticky, good for smiring & heelhooks. When i first got them i nailed a few problems i was working on in the first day
mine r maibe to small...

Cred: 8
Review by dskinne on Nov. 14, 2012
Comfy,Down turned. I thought it was a good all day shoe.
The rubber on the toe is starting to peel off after 3 months of use 3 days a week. I know this is to be expected but is still not great.

Cred: 5
Review by briangk5330 on Mar. 31, 2011
I can't think of a more dependable and versatile shoe. One of the best for tricky edging and footwork where stiffness is key. Fits me well, yet I've always had a strange foot shape. Also one of the most secure fits which combined with the heel makes for great heel hooking ability.
The last took some getting used to after having only climbed in Five Tens. It seems to be a matter preference.
Five Ten Galileo, Five Ten Anasazi VCS

Cred: 3
Review by Isabel on Apr. 01, 2011
Great for edging, works great for my feet since I have a high arch, love to climb cracks with this shoes, all around
Not an all day multi pitch shoe
v miles 510 women, I keep both, Miura's for mor technical climbs and v miles for all day climbing comfort!

Cred: 422
Review by roytse on Dec. 03, 2008
Fits well
None really
Solutions (for my feet at least)

Cred: 51
Review by fb_738116829 on Feb. 25, 2008
Altama Rubber.
Soles started goin at about a year. i do climb heavily tho.

Cred: 60
Review by superguide on Nov. 28, 2008
Good for face, probably too advanced for me but I like them.

Cred: 99
Review by protohyp designs on Feb. 08, 2010
Not as powerful as VS but a great shoe none the less.

Cred: 18
Review by Eddie2170 on Feb. 19, 2013
Stiff sole, good all around
Not very sensitive or agressive
5.10 Galileo or Miura VCS

Cred: 15
Review by mainekayaksam on Apr. 20, 2014
Favorite Shoes, Easy Heel Hooks and not too aggressive
Laces break but easy to replace

Cred: 99
Review by climbercam on Feb. 20, 2008
Good for edging and smearing.

Cred: 23
Review by fb_43200129 on Feb. 26, 2008
best shoes I've climbed in yet

Cred: 22
Review by fb_73201981 on Feb. 28, 2008
great for aggressive slab
can become uncomfortable

Cred: 77
Review by fb_611087715 on May. 28, 2008
Great for bouldering and steep.

Cred: 38
Review by fb_569202534 on Dec. 29, 2008
fantastic shoe, def buying another pair

Cred: 3
Review by mdresser on Apr. 03, 2009
love love love them!!

Cred: 25
Review by fb_1036907728 on Feb. 20, 2008
Great edging

Cred: 24
Review by dvsbenz on Apr. 10, 2008
great shoe

Cred: 5
Review by Antonio De Luca on Jun. 30, 2008

Cred: 0
Review by _vadia on May. 21, 2009
The best shoes for climbing!
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