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La Sportiva
Miura Climbing Shoe - Women's

4.2727272727272725 out of 5 stars
11 Reviews
$151.20 - $189.00
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Color:White/Jade Green


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Miura Climbing Shoe

The La Sportiva Miura Climbing Shoe sticks to the most crimp-tastic routes and edges wart-sized footholds. Its high curvature and downturned toe give you more friction on the smallest holds or smears with the sticky help of Vibram XS Grip2 rubber. Shaped forefoot edges let you rest on tiny ledges between overhanging pitches, while the LaspoFlex forefoot midsole provides comfort during belays and longer routes. A synthetic Dentex lining prevents the leather upper from stretching, drastically reducing the necessary break-in time.


  • Climbing shoe ideal on overhung boulders and technical routes
  • Asymmetric downturn enhances performance for advanced climbers
  • Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber is stiffer at the toe for durability
  • Leather upper with Dentex lining to prevent too much stretch
  • Slingshot rand and powerhinge maintain sharp downturn for life
  • Item #LSP00GT
Upper Material
[toe] LaspoFlex (1.1mm)
Vibram XS Grip 2 (4mm)
Claimed Weight
Asymmetrical Curvature
WPD 75
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 11 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 0 reviews
2 Stars - 2 reviews
3 Stars - 0 reviews
4 Stars - 2 reviews
5 Stars - 7 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

May 27, 2024

4 out of 5 stars

July 2, 2022

love them

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 6.5"

I am older now. I do not wear the shoes so tight I need to remove them after every climb. However, these shoes do everything I need them to do for indoor climbing. I love the colors, I love the security I feel on each rock, I love the stability and balance I feel with these shoes. I would give them a 5 except they crunch up a bit at the top end of my laces. I think if they ever get straight they would get a 5.5, but until then a a four (4 1/2). I do love them, and the price was good.

Linda M
2 out of 5 stars

May 4, 2021

Not impressed - wide - laces untie

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 10"

I have a long narrow foot. This shoe was listed on the La Sportiva charts as being the narrowest shoe. I have had several La Sportiva climbing shoes and wear a 41 (US 9.5). I wear a street shoe of US 10 - Womans. I don't like my shoes to be terribly uncomfortable but still want them snug enough once they break in. I was disappointed because even with tightening this down as much as possible, it was gapping around the front of my ankle and all around the top of my toes. It's for this reason that I usually stick with woman's specific shoes - maybe they'd be good for a narrow man foot with meaty toes and beefy ankles. The shoe seems to measure longer than some of my others too - even though this is supposed to be aggressive. It was not terribly uncomfortable for a brand new, aggressive shoe but just not a snug fit. So regarding product fit - they are smaller than 'true to size' for a street shoe - but "run large" when compared other La Sportiva climbing shoes of the same size. I climbed two indoor routes. They handled ok except by the end the laces were already untied. I was skeptical about the laces because I take my more aggressive shoes off between climbs and didn't want to take the time to tie and untie them. But the description made them sound like they would work better than standard laces - which they do pull through easily - but they're not easier to lace up. So with much disappointment I returned them after only two climbs.

Brandy K
5 out of 5 stars

November 2, 2020

My “one shoe that can do it all”

If I’m going on a climbing trip and I could only pack one pair of shoes, the Muiras would be the climbing shoes I would choose. They keep me standing on micro-edges with ease, excel at pocket climbing, stick to slabs, good for steep climbing, and can heel-hook. The laces make them work in cracks, however I wouldn’t wear these for a long crack climb as the narrow toe box can hurt my toes after a long period of time. I like how the rubber is durable and lasts for a long time. I have narrow, low volume feet so having the laces help me adjust the fit of the shoe to my feet.


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5 out of 5 stars

October 26, 2020

Perfect for send projects!!!

I love any type of climbing from bouldewing to trad. I choose my climbing shoes depending on what I'm climbing. When I go bouldering and the business is about precision on granite, the Miura is the shoe I grab. They are my shoes for sending hard. Edges like razor blades, very confortable and precise. My favorite shoes until the TC pro came to the market. I don't use them for wide cracks. But bouldering in the Valley on those sleek footholds and finger cracks Miura is the shoe for it!!!!

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2 out of 5 stars

October 9, 2020

Aggressive but unbearably uncomfy

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

This is an awesome climbing shoe in terms of performance, but if you are wearing this outdoor on a hot day, it is unbearably uncomfortable you the point you cannot climb in it. Maybe it might be better if you size up, but I know these are my correct size because I wear the TC Pros in the same size which are comfy. I can?t wear these shoes for even moderate length single pitch routes for a half day sometimes. They are super sticky and aggressive when you?re actually on the wall though.

Diane N
5 out of 5 stars

November 25, 2019

The best shoe ever!!

I actually have no idea how many pairs of Miuras I have owned over the years. Lots and lots...and lots is all I can say. I have worn them all over the place and have climbed many types of stone with them. From Indian Creek splitters to techy face climbing to alpine granite...they are amazing! I wore them on first ascents in Wadi Rum, Patagonia, Morocco, the Buggaboos.. They are absolutely my favorite shoe. And they perform so well that I don't have to wear them super tight. Maybe that is the best reason to get a pair of these! They don't have to hurt to be awesome!

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5 out of 5 stars

November 8, 2019

Great laceup

I bought these for a more comfortable fit over the more downturned shoes (ie kataki, solutions) for long sport climbs and multi pitch. After years of aggressive shoes, I am quite suprised with how well these shoes perform on tiny foot holds and overhangs. The addition of fabric at the heel is a nice touch.


Originally reviewed on

4 out of 5 stars

September 23, 2019

Great sending shoes - a little different fit

This is the fourth pair of Miura lace-ups I've owned, and I really love these shoes. The newest version seems to have some gapping around the ankle that is new, with a little bit more fabric than previous versions - but on the other hand, doesn't have the digging into the back of the ankle at the achilles problem that previous versions did for me. Overall a great aggressive shoe, though I'd like a tighter fit around the upper forefoot/ankle.


Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

July 12, 2019

Great shoe

These are the perfect shoe for advanced climbers who don’t want to wreck their feet with the curve of the Solution shoe. I love the stylish print, a huge upgrade from the old muiras which were just tan. I highly recommend this shoe!!


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