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La Sportiva Miura VS Vibram XS Grip2 Climbing Shoe - Women's

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    25 Reviews


    Miura is synonymous with hard climbing.

    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.

    • Durable leather uppers with a Dentex lining provide comfort and a snug fit (lined leather shoes can stretch up to a half size depending on how tight you fit them)
    • Women-specific last shape is deigned to better fit narrow foot profiles
    • Triple hook-and-loop straps lock your foot into the shoe and provide easy on and off between burns
    • Vibram XS Grip2 sticky rubber provides secure traction on a wide range of rock types, angles, and plastic
    • High asymmetrical curvature and an aggressive downturned profile allow the Miura VS to excel on steep terrain and toe into precision pockets
    • Slingshot rand and Powerhinge system provide the edging power required for dime edges and technical face climbs
    • LaspoFlex midsole with P3 Power Platform Technology helps the shoe retain its aggressive shape even after a long winter in the bouldering gym
    • Item #LSP0259

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    1.1mm LaspoFlex
    WPD 75
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    Claimed Weight
    (single) 8.23 oz
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, bouldering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Miuras for the Win!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Bought these a gift for friend and this is what she had to say.

    "These are a perfect aggressive shoe. The velcro makes them easy to put on and take off a lot. They are surprisingly comfortable for a pair of aggressive shoes. I also am a fan of the bright blue with the blue. These climbing shoes have been very beneficial and I would hesitate to buy them again."

    She wears a 7.5-8 street shoe and we went with the 37.5( 6.5) and the where a nice aggressive fit without totally destroying her toes.

    My favorite climbing shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 34

    Everyone raves about La Sportiva so when I first started climbing years ago I got the Mythos. Since I move slow (but climb fast go figure) all the laces were tough, and very long since laces come in 1 size and my feet are small. I thought the Muiras would be too aggressive for my flat feet (not true) so I got the Blue Katanas, which were my first favorite climbing shoes till I got Muiras. I have wide, flat feet, and they are not too aggressive, maybe because they are slip lasted. My board lasted shoes (boreal ballet gold) makes my pinky hurt after a long day. The Muiras are saved for when I need to send something. I have a size 33 and 3 pairs of size 34. 33 is a bit too small... 33.5 is also too small.... (but for some reason 33 is ok in Muira and not Katana) and 34 is perfect. All of them I have in "Ice" which I prefer to the Blue one. I find the shoe may stretch a bit, but my feet also swell a bit when climbing so the fit should be spot on when I first buy it.
    This "favorite" is not because it's my only climbing shoe... I have scarpas, five tens, boreals, evolve, all types. I like many of those other ones too, especially five ten for trad. Even though I have 20 styles of climbing shoes, I'm gonna stick with the Muiras and Katanas for sport.

    A Little Pain for A Lot of Gain

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 37.5

    I have only been climbing for about a year (with a 4 month gap in there), and only climbing seriously for around 5 months. I have only had 1 other pair of shoes, the Mythos. I love them, but they are very soft, like I feel I could run a few miles in them and be fine. Moving into advanced 5.10/5.11 climbs, I wanted to try a more aggressive shoe to help me stick the smaller footholds. I wear a size 7 street shoe, and a 37 in the mythos. I originally bought a 37 in the miuras, but they were way too painful, so I returned them for a 37.5.
    These shoes are incredible. I feel so much more secure on slab and tougher routes. I've been wearing them for a few weeks, and I will say they can really hurt my feet. Like sometimes after a route I cannot wait to get them off, and they start to cause a lot of pain if I'm stuck working a slab crux for a longer period of time. Some days they feel worse than others. After a longer session at the gym, the bones in my toes ache for a few days afterwards. I've been wearing them for weeks so I can't return them, but next time I may go for a size 38 in these. I have a slightly wider toe bed, so if you have wide toes you may want to size up by 1/2 size.
    Despite the discomfort they can cause, I love these shoes. I rotate them with my mythos every few climbs to give my feet a break, wear my mythos on moderate routes and save the miuras for tougher climbs. Definitely worth the money!


      I bought these for my girlfriend and she loves them. Just aggressive enough to send without being on constant pain. The edging is great and the rubber is super grippy. I want to get a men's pair for myself now when my toe blows out

      Great Shoe

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      The shoe is comfortable to wear for a few gym climbs in a row or a longer climb outside - I do need to pop them off for a bit in between climbs due to the downturn. I went from using Mythos to this and it definitely changed what type of routes I could tackle. The toe and edging are great on this shoe and I am able to stick to the smallest pebble! Offers great precision and comfort. I am a size 9 running shoe with normal width, I wear a 38 in Mythos but I had to get a 39.5 in the Miuras because of the downturned profile. After a few wears they have stretched out nicely for me.

      So excited!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 39.5 (8.0)

      I have had my progression of shoes as I have improved with climbing, first ones I could run a marathon in and they were super comfortable but didn't have a good toe to edge with. Next, I got some Red Chili shoes and I love them! But I wanted, again, a more aggressive shoe once I progressed which is why I landed at the miura. I got a size 8 without even trying them on at a store (I usually wear size 8.5/9.0 in womens normal shoes) but the size 8 was just to get it a little tighter. They fit perfectly! I can not walk a small distance with them, but that was exactly what I wanted. So great at edging and keeping my shoe on when I heel hook (had the problem of my shoe popping off when I first started climbing with overly comfortable shoes). To say I'm in love with them is an understatment.

      Great shoe!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 38.5

      I bought these when I wanted to step up to a more aggressive climbing shoe than the LS Katana. They have taken about a month to break in. The toe box still crushes my toes, but it's worth it. These shoes are great for both indoor and outdoor climbing. My only real complaint is the floral design.

      Love my Miuras!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love these climbing shoes. I was climbing with Evolv shoes before these, and my climbing experience has been transformed after finally getting shoes that are sticky and molded. These babies will get you up the wall (maybe with a little muscle too). I'm in between a 7 and a 7.5 in dress shoes, and I went with a 37.5 for these. The shoes were very tight for the first few weeks, but they are now at the point where I can boulder in them for an hour without taking them off. Might go up to a 38.0 next time, though. I love the Miura's because they are aggressive, but not as uncomfortable or as arched as the Solution. I also love that these are velcro instead of laces -- cuts down on transfer time. I wish there were other color options since everyone at my climbing gym has these.

      Go to climbing shoe/Lady quiver

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      This is my number one shoe for sport climbing and bouldering. I usually wear a women's size 6 - 6.5 and purchased this shoe in a 36.5. It did not stretch out a ton, but did let up a bit on the fit. I have a fairly low volume foot with very low arches. I find this shoe to be aggressive enough to allow me to really toe in on those steep and overhanging routes and comfortable enough to allow me to wear for a few problems at a time without having to de-shoe, if you will, between each. I was a little turned off by the floral motif on the leather upper at first since I'm not the girliest of broads but it definitely grew on me. The Velcro closure is super convenient.

      Go to climbing shoe/Lady quiver

      Love at first climb.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      My Miuras are my first aggressive shoes, and I'm in love.

      I'm not gonna lie - straight out of the box, they hurt. But, after a handful of climbs, I could feel them stretching slightly to accommodate my feet. I can't stand around and belay comfortably in them, but I can do a few boulder problems before feeling like I need to take them off. The 3 velcro tabs make that super easy, thankfully, and they also do a great job of allowing me to customize the fit. I have extremely high arches and angular feet, and I feel like these shoes hug my feet perfectly.

      These shoes are so sticky, it almost feels like cheating. The shoe doesn't make the climber, but these have definitely helped me hone in on my footwork and toe placements - arguably my biggest weakness. The asymmetrical toe is almost magic on teeny footholds. The real test was Little Cottonwood Canyon in Utah, known for crappy, virtually nonexistent footholds. These shoes were perfect for that outing, great for smearing on slab, and grabbing onto footholds that were so tiny I could barely see them.

      The Miuras are fantastic in the gym and on real rock alike. Because I'm more confident about my foot placements, I feel like my climbing has been kicked up a notch since I've owned these. No question, they earn their "all-round" reputation.

      If I could make one suggestion to LS, it would be to make all 3 tabs out of leather. The top and bottom are made of some synthetic material, and it begins to fray with use much quicker than the leather tab in the middle. The problem seems to be more aesthetic than structural, but it's still a bummer when your relatively new shoes start to look busted up.

      I'm confident that I've found my "forever" shoes. I'll definitely get mine re-soled when the time comes so I can use them for years.

      great shoes

      • Size Bought: 38.5

      bought these for a friend here is what she had to say: These are really great for technical footing, the structured arch and toe with aggressive extended point on the front end allows for extremely confident footing on the most subtle of footholds. Great for bouldering in particular. Do note, buy at least a size smaller than your normal shoe size but do not go too small - mine fit like a glove seamless to my feet when first purchased but after a hot summer the rubber has shrunk a bit and they are now too small, bearable but painful over an hour.

      Awesome shoes for low-volume feet

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 42

      I decided to upgrade to a more aggressive climbing shoe from my Five Ten Anasazi Verde shoes and initially thought I would get the Five Ten Blackwings. Well the Blackwings were extremely uncomfortable for me, actually painful to climb in, and the sales guy insisted I still needed a size smaller, so I ditched that idea. Tried on the Men's Miura VS and they were great, but there was a little extra space under my arch and near my heel. The store did not have the women's shoes in a size that would fit me in stock though. The shape of the toe box really just fits my foot great, and so I took a chance and ordered the women's Miura VS in a size 42 (I wear Men's US 11 in Five Ten) to see if they would fit my skinny feet better. When they arrived they fit like a really tight glove! I've been using them for about 9 months now climbing 3 times a week and I absolutely love them. Edging is great, heel-hooking is great, and the precision is just really great! I'm sold on these.

      Extraordinary performance & construction

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      Sizing reference: (Female) Street shoe size = 7-7.5. My first pair of Miura VSs were a 38; I now wear a 37.5.

      Use: The Miura VS will tackle easy grades, but I would especially recommend this shoe for technical routes and overhangs (both sport climbing & bouldering). If you're a beginner and/or generally climb the lower grades, it is best to go with a less aggressive shoe; generally, one that has a more symmetrical toe box and a flatter profile. With that said, if you're looking to tackle very small edges and wild overhangs that involve precision, bicycling, toe hooks, heel hooks, etc., this shoe may just be your proverbial "glass slipper" for climbing, indoors & out.

      PROS: The velcro closure & heel loops make this shoe very easy to slip on & take off between attempts. In order to keep the integrity of the downturn and thus preserve the overall longevity of the shoe, it is best to take them off instead of walking around in them, & to avoid belaying & walking around the crag in them. Though these shoes can be slightly painful at first , taking between a few days and about a month to break in, my feet have come to love them. Because I've been climbing for almost 5 years now, I decided to go a half-size smaller on my second pair. I keep them off my feet for long periods, but they've tremendously helped me break into the 5.12/V7 range. They are also less intrusive on my achilles tendon than their "Katana" model, & are a DREAM for smearing.

      CONS (ish): Personally, the flowers don't cut it, but that shouldn't keep you from investing in a killer shoe (and it's the last thing on your mind when climbing). GUYS, if you have a narrow foot, give them a try, and draw some goats or skull & cross bones over the flowers. Finally, consider the re-sole process if you're hesitant about the $$$.

      Lastly, the asymmetrical toe box does crunch my "Morton's" toe on each foot, but my alien-like toes aren't La Sportiva's fault. Talk to a medical pro if you're worried about foot issues.

      Extraordinary performance & construction

      kick up your footwork

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      if you're looking to upgrade, these shoes are worth a try (I wouldn't recommend them for a beginner). When I switched, I was instantly more confident on harder grades and noticed a significant change in my climbing. This toe will stick to just about anything. These are ideal for bouldering and single pitch.

      Sizing is tricky and such an individual thing that its impossible to give advice on what to choose-- I can comment on how they fit over time. I talked to a lot of other climbers about the stretch of their miuras because I've had La Sportiva's stretch on me before. Some guys told me theirs had stretched, but I haven't experienced much stretch with mine. There was a break in period (painful, but worth it!), but no stretching, they have remained snug!

      One and only complaint: the flower design, my pet peeve is when companies make women's outdoor gear girly. Luckily, its not as noticeable once they get a little dirty!!

      aggressively wonderful

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      I purchased these the fall of 2013 and talk about a noticeable upgrade from my Evolv Elektras. After 2 1/2 years,I was ready to change up shoes since my climbing level was increasing and these are now my favorite pair of climbing shoes. I had tried some other aggressive Evolvss but they did not fit my feet right. I just ordered my 2nd pair of Muiras for the outdoor season :) And I love the velcro! These are great shoes for bouldering & sport climbs (including overhangs)

      aggressively wonderful

      Aggressive, stiff and precise

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      The Straps:

      - I am a HUGE fan of velcro. I like the easy on and off ability.

      - The velcro of the ladies Muira feel extra strong and supportive on my foot.

      The Rubber:

      - Sticky rubber you can trust. Say, you're climbing in Leavenworth and all you've got to work with is a tiny crystal of a foothold - no big deal. All you gotta do is take that fantastic Muira edge, stick it on that crystal and push down real hard. That toe isn't going anywhere ;)

      The Edge:

      - My little scenario above pretty much says it all. GREAT edges.

      The Heel:

      - The heel cup is too big for my heel so I deal with a "squishy heel"

      - Note, this has NOT hindered my ability to throw in a good heel hook (I really like heel hooks).


      - I personally found that my Muira's did not stretch. They pretty much stay true to size, though they did mold to my foot upon break them in

      - Yes, breaking them in hurt. On that note, they are a stiff shoe, they are neither "bendy" nor soft

      - I experienced a bit of discomfort in my achilles while breaking them in.

      Overall, a great shoe for bouldering especially when you need precision.

      Aggressive, stiff and precise

      i like them too!

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      My girlfriend has these and loves the strap system and the partial inner sock, combined, it makes you one with your shoe. i got to climb some routes in them too and personally loved the feel you have in them. solid shoe with great shape, grip, fit, and feel.

      Thank you La Sportiva!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small

      These shoes are awesome! They're fairly stiff to begin with, but they mold to your feet once they're broken in so they fit like a glove. Awesome for minuscule toes and will smear anything!

      I've found La Sportiva's sizing to be a little strange, though once you find your size you won't be disappointed! I wear a 34.5 in these, a 36 in my aggressive Scarpas, and a 5-6 street shoe. Get them tight, they'll stretch out at least a half size.