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La Sportiva Miura Climbing Shoe - Men's

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La Sportiva's Miura has been in their 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.
  • Slingshot rand
  • Speed Lacing System
  • Eight panel directional construction Dentex lined upper for channeling stretch to enhance edging power
  • IDEAL TERRAIN: overhanging sport routes, bouldering, gym climbing and technical face climbing
  • Fit: Performance w/ High Asymmetry
  • Specs

    Brand La Sportiva
    Weight 8.43 oz / 239 g
    Style Lace-up
    Shoe Profile Aggressive Profile
    Material Leather
    Upper Leather
    Midsole 1.1 mm LaspoFlex (forefoot only)
    Sole 4 mm VibramĀ® XS Edge
    Liner Dentex
    Made in N/A


    Reviews For The La Sportiva Miura Climbing Shoe - Men's


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    La SportivaMiura Climbing Shoe - Men's

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          Not as great as I was lead to believe.

          By Cold Canadian

          from Burlington, Ontario, Canada

          About Me Avid Climber

          Verified Reviewer


          • Good edge
          • Lightweight


          • Flimsy
          • Poor quality
          • Uncomfortable

          Best Uses

          • Indoor
          • Long Climbs
          • Outdoor

          Comments about Miura Climbing Shoe - Men's:

          I would describe myself as an avid sport climber. I climb indoors 4 times a week and can be found outdoors whenever possible in the summer.

          I have climbed exclusively with La Sportiva Solutions for as long as I can remember, and when my last pair started loosing their edge, I decided a change was in order.

          I normally wear a 10.5 US street shoe (EU 45) and ordered the Miuras in a size 7 (EU 40), which is normally what I wear in Solutions. The first thing I noticed about the Miura's is how narrow they are. I have wide feet and have always found the solutions to be a perfect width, the Miura's seem unnaturally narrow.

          The break-in period is also considerably longer. I was able to break-in my Solutions in about a week. I'm on week three with my Miura's and I still cannot keep them on between climbs, my toes go numb!

          These shoes do have a great edge on them. I was able to confidently edge some inconceivably small toe-chips without any difficulty. The heal is lacking and so is the ability to toe-hook, as the rubber does not extend to the top of the shoe.

          My main issue with this shoe so far is the fact that they are only three weeks old, and already show significant signs of wear. There is a portion of leather stitced to the side where the laces are, and threads are pulling away already. I beleive this is caused by the fact that I am a "technical" climber, and more challenging climbs require toe-hooks which these shoes are not very good at. The overall build quality is terrible, especially when compared to the Solutions, which last a year on average.

          I will be pringing this issue up with La sportiva and requesting a replacement or exchange. I'll be going back to Solutions.

          • Sizing:
          • Feels true to size
          • Width:
          • Feels too narrow
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          Too Narrow In Toe Box for My Feet

          By J-Ru

          from Cincinnati, OH

          About Me Avid Climber



            • Uncomfortable

            Best Uses

              Comments about Miura Climbing Shoe - Men's:

              The last of the Miura's appear to be designed for Egyptian shaped feet (big toe longest and all toes progressively shorter). My feet are wider (Morton's/Greek or Roman shape) and my toes are longer than this type. As a result, I could not get a good fit.

              When sized so my big toe was just a bit curled, my 4th & pinky toes were in agony and when I sized up so my pinky and 4th toe were less compressed, my big toe had too much space.

              I have heard great things about these shoes, but I could not get the right fit.

              • Width:
              • Feels too narrow
              • Was this a gift?:
              • No

              Super Technical Do It All Shoe

              By Christian

              from Pleasant Grove, UT

              About Me Avid Climber


              • Comfortable
              • Powerful
              • Versatile


                Best Uses

                • Bouldering
                • Edging
                • Indoor
                • Outdoor
                • Sport climbing

                Comments about Miura Climbing Shoe - Men's:

                The Miura's are classic yet still one of the best shoes around for more aggressive all around climbing. They edge well, heel hook well and they are neutral enough to handle any rock type or angle from slab to overhang.

                • Width:
                • Feels true to width
                • Was this a gift?:
                • No

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                Sizing Chart

                La Sportiva apparel sizing chart

                La Sportiva sizing guide men's and women's


                Did Mallory and Irvine really reach the summit way back when? Who has the best kung fu? What is up with these Pokémon things? These are questions with easier answers than that of how to size your rock shoes. The V15-climbing gym rat will tell you that if your toes feel anything but searing pain, the shoes are too big. But what does he know — he's probably only 12 years old anyway. The veteran trad will insist that you need to leave room for three pairs of wool socks. Should you completely trust someone who might suffer from altitude-induced brain damage?

                While it isn’t a black or white issue, a general rule dictates that soft shoes require a tighter fit, two to three sizes smaller than your street shoe size. We recommend you fit your trad shoes one to two sizes under your street shoe size. A thick midsole creates a platform on which you stand, while a slip-lasted slipper-type shoe relies on your crammed toes to create an edging platform.

                Once you determine your needs, try on several boots in that genre. Different last types fit different feet -- that's why we make lots of lasts. If it feels good, it probably is. Remember to factor in stretch. Unlined slip-lasted shoes tend to stretch a bit more than lined shoes -- about one full size. Lined shoes stretch about a half size. Remember: a well-fit comfortable shoe will work better than an ill-fitting tighter shoe.

                La Sportiva's diverse last families have been specifically designed to conform to the widest possible range of both foot shape and climbing use. We constantly strive to revolutionize climbing shoe development and to provide every individual absolute freedom of choice in finding a shoe that is perfect for both their foot AND their climbing style.


                And you thought buying a new car was tough... Getting the perfect fit in a pair of hiking boots is rarely as simple as relaying your size. Most good boot fitters will measure your foot on a Brannock device. Overall length is actually a minor element of boot fitting. In the ideal world, our left foot would be a mirror image of our right, while the ball of our foot would line up exactly with the last-makers idea of the perfect foot. This is almost never the case because other factors such as heel to ball length, volume, and width are critical in gaining a perfect fit. A good salesperson will address each of these issues.

                To use our size chart to fit mountain boots, find your American size then go across to your European size, and then add one half size. When trying on boots make sure to bring the socks you would normally wear and any orthotics or custom footbeds you use. Another note: our shoes are handmade, and you can experience minor variations in sizing from pair to pair in a given size. What you’re looking for is the size that holds your toes ever so slightly away from the front of the boot while the lacing system is snug across the top of your arch. To check the length, you should be able to slip one finger behind your heel when you are standing up with the boot unlaced and your toes touching the front. The fit across the top of your arch is the single most important factor. If the lacing system here does not hold your foot in place, the boot will not be stable on your foot while you walk. If the boot is too short, your toes will get smashed walking down hill. Too long and your heel will slide up and down and give you blisters. Be patient, ask questions and make sure you’ve got the right size and the right fit and the right boot before you hit the trail.

                About La Sportiva

                La Sportiva
                For over 80 years, La Sportiva has been producing and designing shoes in a small mountain town at the foot of the Dolomites, supporting 140 families in a unique and enviable environment. Being mountain based and family run allows La Sportiva to draw on eight decades of experience handed down through the generations. With this heritage, La Sportiva focuses on the future and meld new technologies, ideas and innovation with their rich knowledge of shoe making to give you the most amazing products on the market.