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The time for painful feet has come to an end thanks to La Sportiva's Mythos Climbing Shoe.

Widely recognized as one of the most comfortable climbing shoes available, the La Sportiva Women's Mythos ensure plush fit and performance even after a 20-pitch day. A true all-around shoe, the Mythos can easily take on a day at the sport crags, but it really excels at cracks. La Sportiva used an unlined leather upper to help this versatile shoe mold to your foot, and the unique lacing system locks your heel in place like nothing else.

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5 5

La Sportiva Mythos Climbing Shoe

These mythos climbing shoes are awesome! Very versitile and comfortable. I wore an 8 in the evolv but would recommend going down from there the 38.5 was tight to begin with but because they are leather stretched out to fit perfectly!

5 5

Great Shoes

I'm new to rock climbing. These are my second pair of climbing shoes. My first pair was also La Sportiva but they were too big for me. The Mythos are super comfortable. I had to go 1.5 size down. I talked with the other climber who also agreed with me of how comfortable they are. I'm looking forward to bringing this outdoor.

3 5

Love this shoe, but toe split!

The toe split after 1 year of gym climbing with 2 week long trips. Is that normal? I dunno, I am sad and mad, but will still buy another pair of the exact same shoe because other than the toe porblem I love them!

5 5

These wear in but won't wear out!

These are my second pair of climbing shoes. A little more aggressive than my red 5.10s but still comfortable enough to wear for long multipitches all day. They took a little while to wear in but they get better each time I wear them. I tried the mens which felt better on my toes but wouldn't hold my heels in. I know some guys who wear these too. Once in awhile I get some air bubbles in them and they make a suction cup/fart noise when I put them on to the amusement of my climbing partners. They've held up really well with all kinds of climbing from face, sandstone and granite cracks, and gym climbing.

These wear in but won't wear out!
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they do wear out...

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yes...well everything wears out but these have lasted me twice as long as my last pair of climbing shoes and are still going strong.

Both styles in one in Red Rock Nevada

Both styles in one in Red Rock Nevada

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Both the mens and womens mythos. Pretty much the same but womens have narrower heals. My second climbing shoe and I love them.

3 5

Not for Indian Creek

These were my first shoe for sport climbing and bouldering, which did the job, though now I use other shoes and almost never touch these for sport climbing or bouldering. I brought these shoes with me to Indian Creek because a lot of people were telling me how the Mythos is a good trad shoe. I wore them for one day and then ended up borrowing an old pair of Calculators from someone for the rest of the trip. I felt like the soles on the Mythos were too soft for the splitter cracks in Indian Creek. My feet were in pain the entire time while climbing, not necessarily because the shoes were uncomfortable, more like the shoes were so soft and sensitive that I could feel every edge of the crack as I stuck my foot in. I haven't had a chance to really use these on granite cracks except for a couple of 5.6/5.7 multi-pitch routes in Yosemite, but they felt fine on those (obviously not very technical routes). Next time I go to IC, will probably leave these at home.

3 5

Not really for narrow feet

In spite of the fact that two people recommended the Mythos to me since I have narrow feet, they are just too wide in the heel. My heel moves up and down and side to side even when I'm wearing a size small enough to really crunch my toes. However, the forefoot isn't bad for a narrow foot. I can see how they'd be great shoes for a woman with an average width foot, though.

Would this be a good shoe for a beginner?...

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Would this be a good shoe for a beginner? If not, any recommendations?

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This is an excellent beginner's shoe. Very comfortable and lasts forever.

4 5

A Good Multi-Purpose Shoe/ Breaking in Nicely

Bought these about 1 1/2 months ago and have been out climbing pretty much each week. They were never painful to begin with, but are now starting to feel 'comfortable' by rockclimbing standards. I have felt comfortable using them on all kinds of rock (at sport crags, on slabs, and cracks).

I have a really narrow foot and narrow heel and usually have a hard time finding shoes that don't start sliding off the back when I am putting pressure on the toes. So far these shoes have been superb. I just need to give them a bit more time to mold to my feet a bit more.

5 5

La Sportiva Mythos Climbing Shoe - Women's

The La Sportiva Mythos Climbing Shoe is a great all around shoe. I bought these a little bigger than normal (my regular size) to get a flat foot, and they are perfect for climbing. The outside edge is very thin and they fit in almost any crack, and stay comfortable all day. I have a narrow foot/heel and these work well for me.

5 5

excellent versatility

I have owned a couple of pair of these over about 10 yrs. I resoled a pair twice..and ended up with a new pair. Love them for all around climbing..great on granite, sandstone, quartzite, you name it..and style..sport or trad. I wear a size 5.5 street shoe..size 35.5 works best for me in this shoe. great fit.

What do u need 4 a clibing wall?

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What do u need 4 a clibing wall?

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Depends on what kind of climbing you want to do. These are a great all-around shoe and they'll last forever.

5 5

Super comfortable shoe

This is the 4th climbing shoe I've owned and it's easily the most comfortable. I bought it for multipitch climbs when I'll need to have shoes on for a long period of time and it was definitely worth it. I'm a size 9 1/2 and got a size 39.

5 5

These Shoes Give Me Happy Feet

I've had 2 pairs of climbing shoes before, evolv's elecktra, and madrock's hottie. These are by far the best climbing shoes I've ever owned. I wear a size 7 street shoe and got a 35.5. They are the perfect size I can get my toe on the tiniest foot hold but they are not painful. With my madrock's the first thing I would do after getting off a route was tear my shoes off, they were so painful and never stretched. Now when I get down from a route I take my time undoing my knot and w/e. Also the shape of the shoe gives arch support and feels amazing. I think I might buy another pair to wear while I get my first pair resoled. I don't think I will buy any other brand of climbing shoes from now on.

4 5

Great Shoe

I love this shoe. I am currently on my fourth pair. I don't know if that is bad, but I climb almost every day, indoors and out, and I seem to go through them kind of quickly. They do stretch out a fair amount-I keep downsizing. I wear a size 8 in street shoes and a size 36 in these, but I will probably downsize at least another half size next time. These shoes just seem to fit my foot so well (my foot is pretty symmetrical). All other shoes squish my last few toes, but these are great. They could be a little more aggressive, but overall, I love them! I usually go for comfort, so these definitely work for me.

3 5

Not for my narrow heels, won't break in

These are the fourth pair of climbing shoes I've owned, and unfortunately they are not good shoes for me. Other reviewers have said that they're great for narrow feet/heels. I have narrow heels and I find that the heel cup is simply too big. No matter how I lace these shoes, my heels have a lot of up and down movement in them, even though they're sized down a full size from my street shoes. I also can't get them to break in, despite wearing them for 2-3 hours at a time at least 3 times a week for the last five months. My other shoes broke in just fine with similar wear. I will go back to my Five Tens as soon as they are resoled. Bottom line: Not a bad shoe, just not right for me. Don't assume that they will be a good fit for your narrow feet/heels.

5 5

Performance Trad

Thin hard cracks and dicey slabs make these shoes feel at home. Size them up a little for all day comfort or down for one-pitch routes. Great for narrow feet and heels!

I wear a women's 10.5 and I wear these in a 39 for comfort and also in a 38.5 for when I want a snug fit.

5 5

Comfortable!

these climbing shoes rock! they are very comfortable, especially for women with wider feet. great for beginners/intermediate. if you are looking to do some serious edging or very technical climbs, you might want to look into a different shoe.

5 5

Best Versatile Climbing Shoe

These shoes are ultra comfortable and extremely versatile. I am an 8.5 shoe, and a 40 in the mythos was perfect for me- I don't go for the extra snug feel that some climbers do. I wear these desert crack climbing, on black canyon granite, and Rifle, Penitente etc for sport climbing, and these shoes are perfect. For multi-pitch climbs, they are excellent for the hang time, and with easily replacable laces (from damage in the cracks), they can fit like new. Excellent rubber as well as a great shape for a medium width woman's foot. They are durable and strong, and withstand the elements- like walking around on choss etc. Highly recommend these for the all-around climber.

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