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Butora Narsha Tight Fit Climbing Shoe

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Narsha Tight Fit Climbing Shoe

It seems like everyone at climbing gyms and boulder fields are talking about Butora's Narsha Tight Fit Climbing Shoe, and not just because of it beautifully designed toe cover. That work of art is designed to give your toe the traction it needs to stick nasty toe hooks on greasy plastic and greasier granite. Butora made the toe—as well as the sole—out of Neo rubber for long-lasting edging performance. The Nasha certainly sports a highly aggressive downturn, but Butora instilled this unique, internal NSF strap that adds room to the upper so you can have a little more comfort when you're sport climbing long routes.

  • An aggressive shoe for bouldering and gym climbing
  • Harsh downturn assures performance ideal for steep, overhung climbs
  • Neorubber covers toe and sole for edging and toe hooking
  • Heel rand with unique pattern that stretches for a better fit
  • Internal NFS strap adds or reduces volume for a tighter or more comfortable fit
  • Item #BTA000F

Upper Material
German leather
Closure
hook-and-loop strap, internal NFS strap
Midsole
stiff, arch support
Rubber
Neo
Profile
aggressive downturn
Asymmetrical Curvature
high
Recommended Use
climbing

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

I like

Very tight and solid shoe. Have had a pair of the narrow for a year and climb about 3-4 times a week indoor and about 1-2 times a month outside. Max time I can have them on is about an hour and then need to rest my feet a bit. Does not bother me though. Have had very long sessions with these shoes and the have held up.

>Rating: 5

Great shoe for bouldering

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have both the Acro narrow fit and the Narsha. Based on other reviews, I sized up on the Narsha, but the heel was a little loose so had to size down. Backcountry was awesome and helped with the exchange. After breaking in the shoe, it is my go-to for bouldering. The rubber is sticky and the shoe is sensitive. The rubber over the toe is awesome for toe hooks and after sizing down, I feel confident with heel hooks. The rubber has held up with weekly use for ~6 months. I tend to wear the Acro for sport climbing, though I may try the Narsha for short sport routes. I've worn Miuras, Vapors, 5.10 dragon, and these are now my favorite. Street shoe: 6.5 Narsha: 6.5 (bouldering) Acro narrow: 6.5 (bouldering) Acro narrow: 7.0 (sport climbing)

Thanks for the awesome review, Maria! It's especially helpful to get all those details you added and we definitely appreciate it (as I'm sure others will as well). Happy to hear you're enjoying them!

Interesting, from the pictures I would have guessed these are less aggressive and better suited to sport climbing than the Acros. I'm looking for a single shoe that will boulder reasonably well, but mostly used for gym (and limited outdoor) sport climbing, vertical to slightly overhanging. I was aiming towards something like the Miura VS, but the Acros fit my feet so well. What would you recommend?

>Rating: 5

Great

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

They fit really well once I broke them in (2-3 weeks, 4x/week). Aggressive and sticky and it looks like the rubber is going to last a long time since it still looks new. Size up at least one, there isn't a ton of stretch. For reference: size 42.5 Narshas, 41.5 Scarpa Vapor Vs, 40.5 La Sportiva Otaki.

>Rating: 5

Amazing shoes

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I just wanted to throw in my two cents, really good shoes here! They do run a little small, as in my street shoe is 7.5 (8 is loose) But I wear 8's in these and they fit really well. They're on the aggressive end so I wouldn't recommend for long multi-pitch or even long single pitch routes, or you may be pretty sore at the end, but the hardness of them come in handy for cave routes and short technical climbs, which is what I've been getting into more. I love these so much that I just bought my second pair in a row. I'm really happy that they also have the wide range since I have wider feet than most.

>Rating: 4

Runs small!

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
8
Height
5` 1"
Weight
112 lbs

Haven't used these (hence the 4 stars), but did try them on. I wear a size 7 street shoe size and I could manage to put on the 7's but the 8's were the better fit. They feel very sturdy and long-lasting and I felt I had good toe stability. They hurt, but that's almost expected. The best part in my opinion is the heel cup!!! It's incredibly snug and protruding to do rad heel hooks with. That being said, the opening is a little too small for the crazy heel cup, so putting them on and taking them off takes a bit of effort. I decided against them because I'm looking for easy-on easy-off shoes. Otherwise, they feel great to climb in! Takeaway, 1 size up from street-shoe size!

Don't you think it makes sense to actually use a product before reviewing it? What if they're actually terrible?

>Rating: 5

Excellent Shoe!

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

As a man with fairly narrow feet, finding a well fitting shoe is painful, literally. If I size the shoe down enough so it isn't sloppy around the arch and heel, my toes will be locked in a hot spot vice grip. For years my go to shoe has been the Five Ten Teams, and while I have had no complaints, I have been looking for a stiffer option for more vertical sections or longer problems. That lead me to Burota's offerings. I started with the blue Acros, and while a good shoe, especially for longer sport routes, it had an odd combination of a baggy, stiff heel, which didn't inspire confidence when I needed to heel, especially off of a small edge. Everything else about the shoe I was a fan of, especially the comfort. This lead me to the Narsha. It is a nice, stiff, well fitting shoe that eliminates the awkward heel in the Acro. The break in period consisted of me wearing them for ~2 hours while playing video games. I've since taken them to the gym three times and have been pleased. The rubber is decent, they have branded it different than the Acro's but after climbing with it I can tell little difference. From my amateur perspective it feels very similar the Five Ten's C4 and La Sportiva's Grip2, but not quite as sticky as the HF in my Teams. I don't know if that estimation is accurate, but I am not exactly a pro. The shoe is tight, but comfortable, have had zero issues with hot spots. Overall, I am glad that Butora has added another shoe to my arsenal and am looking forward to climbing with these outside at the Red come the fall season. For reference since sizing shoes online is painful. Street shoe: 10B Five Ten Team Black: 9 Butora Acro Blue: 9 Butora Narsha Blue: 9.5

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What is the sizing for women on this shoe?

Hey Lynn, from Burtora's website they list the women's sizing as one size down from mens. If I were you I would look at the EU size and compare to your other shoes because it will be more true to the size you want. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to me directly. http://www.hmhoutdoors.com/narsha-blue-narrow-fit/