La Sportiva Miura

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Pretty comfortable for an aggressive shoe. Great toeing…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Materials: leather
Use: aggressive climbing
Break-in Period: weeks
Price Paid: $145

Pretty comfortable for an aggressive shoe. Great toeing & edging, good for boulder problems, overhangs, toe-hooks.

Not impressed with the stickiness of the rubber; I've blown quite a few feet on technical slab problems. The back of the shoe can produce some pain on the achilles tendon. Mine lasted me a year and some change.

Overall, I recommend them!

rated 4.50 of 5 stars All Miura versions

In addition to the 1 women's review above, there are 9 reviews for other versions of the Miura. Read all reviews »

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit La Sportiva's Miura page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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In La Sportiva's line for over 10 years, the Miura is the perfect tool for performance footwork whether it be on slabs, vertical, or overhanging steep rock. The high tensioned slingshot rand is tied into the powerhinge on the sole so that when small edges are weighted, the shoe stretches in the back half of the shoe and not in the front. This allows you to stick on the smallest edges you can find or imagine! The multi-paneled lining gives you the perfect fit and the speed lacing system laces up in a cinch.

- CampSaver.com

The La Sportiva Miura is for climbers that demand the highest level of small foothold performance from their climbing footwear. This well-rounded shoe can excel at anything hard rock climbing, power edging, pockets, Yosemite granite or bouldering problems. Full eight-panel Dentex lined upper and speed lacing system for an absolute precision fit and minimal stretch Speed lacing system for quick lace ups 4mm Vibram(R) XS Grip2(TM) smears and edges on a tufa, granite slab and sandstone Powerhinge system and Slingshot rand band focuses power to the edges for ultimate control Women's model has a padded heel collar and breathable tongue for extra comfort PD 75 last offers low volume fit with an emphasis on high performance downturn and high asymmetry Offset asymmetrical toe box places power and energy under the big toe creating an inside edge sweet-spot The Miuras generally run a little smaller than the Miura VS, most people tolerate sizing down one to one-and-a-half sizes depending on your foot shape and climbing needs Lined with Dentex expect about a scant 1/2 size of stretching

- OMCgear

Stick to the most crimp-tastic routes when you put on the La Sportiva Women's Miura Climbing Shoe and edge wart-sized footholds. The Miura's high curvature and downturned toe give you more friction on the smallest holds or smears with the sticky help of Vibram XS Grip2 rubber. Shaped forefoot edges let you rest on tiny ledges between overhanging pitches, while the LaspoFlex forefoot midsole provides comfort during belays and longer routes. A synthetic Dentex lining prevents the leather upper from stretching, drastically reducing the necessary break-in time.

- Backcountry.com

For climbers that demand the highest level of small foothold performance from their climbing footwear Excels at hard rock climbing power edging pockets Yosemite graniteeverything The new Womens model is chock full of new featuresFeatures Full eightpanel Dentex lined upper and speed lacing system for an absolute precision fit Vibram rubber with Powerhinge and dynamic slingshot heel band that focuses power to the toe box Offset asymmetrical toe box places power and energy under the big toe creating an inside edge sweetspot Womens model has a padded heel collar for supreme comfort and a breathable tongue to round out the design COLOR Ice UPPER Leather CONSTRUCTION Slip Lasted LAST WPD75 LINING Dentex SOLE 4mm Vibram MIDSOLE 11mm Laspoflex forefoot only WEIGHT 19ozNOTE THIS PRODUCT SHIPS ONLY TO NORTH AMERICA

- Bentgate.com