Toni Isom wrote a review of Evolv Shaman LV Climbing Shoe - Women's on April 23, 2014
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
I've been super loyal to La Sportivas, but when I lost one of my Miuras and found myself needing a new pair, I decided to try these based on the reviews.
Fit: They're more down-turned than the Muiras, and they fit my feet like gloves. No dead space, no weird pressure points. They fit like suction cups, in a good way. Slightly less fine-tuning in the fit than my old lace-ups, but not really even an issue. For reference, I have a wide, short foot, and bought my street size. They're definitely tight (too tight to wear between more than a couple problems at first) but they've eased up a bit, and they never felt like the torture chambers that other aggressive shoes I've tried felt like.
Performance: I LOVE these for bouldering and overhanging sport routes. They turn your big toe into a laser-like power-pointer. I don't love them for slabbier stuff, as they don't smear very well due to the pointy, downturned toe, but they'll do the trick. I may get another pair for longer, slabbier climbs. I've only had them for about a month, but so far the edges are still in good shape. No problems with weird smells or blue feet.