La Sportiva Miura VS
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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 7 reviews for other versions of the Miura VS. Read all reviews »
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From freeing hard aid lines to sending cutting-edge boulder problems, the La Sportiva Women's Miura VS Vibram XS Grip2 Climbing Shoe has been there, done that, and will gladly do it all over again. The aggressive shape and sticky Vibram rubber combine with the Slingshot rand and Powerhinge system to produce a shoe that crushes super steep routes and technical face climbs with equal aplomb. Even better, you can crank down the triple hook-and-loop straps when it's time to get serious and quickly pop the shoes off after your burn.
Pull on the La Sportiva Muira VS rock shoes, cinch the rip-and-stick straps and start up a steep climb with great control. The shoes excel when you're edging or sticking your toes in tiny pockets.
For climbers that demand the highest level of small foothold performance from their climbing footwear. The La Sportiva Miura Climbing Shoes excel at hard rock climbing, power edging, and pockets.
The women's Miura VS will satisfy ladies looking for a high performance shoe for demanding steep overhangs, dime sized edges, even demanding bouldering problems. A longtime top performer, it is available in a low volume version for ladies (and men) who need a lower volume shoe.-- More than just a 'hook and loop' closure version of the Miura laces, the VS uses the same P3 platform found on the Solution to ensure a permanently downturned toe even after years of hard use-- Hook and loop closure system tightens easily and opens like a clam shell for easy exit-- 4mm Vibram(R) XS Grip2(TM)-- Slingshot rand and Powerhinge system gives you the control in pockets and ultimate edging power-- Padded tongue is comfortable and wicks sweat-- P3 (Permanent power platform) ensures that shoes maintain their shape-- Slip last construction-- Women's specific WPD 75 last offers low volume fit with an emphasis on high performance downturn and high asymmetry