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Tenaya Oasi LV Climbing Shoe

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    Oasi LV Climbing Shoe

    The original Oasi is Tenaya's most aggressive climbing shoe. The Oasi LV Climbing Shoe maintains the same aggressive performance as the original, except Tenaya sized it with a lower volume for climbers with narrower feet. Unlike most aggressive climbing shoes, the Oasi's downturn stays downturned thanks to that blue strap which connects the heel to the arch. Also unique to the Oasi is the dual-strapped hook-and-loop closure that can adjust in length to accommodate wider or narrower feet; what that means for you is that you can expect a solid fit regardless of your foot's shape. The dual-layer midsole keeps this shoe stiff so you can find the pressure you need on the dime-sized edges that make overhung climbs so challenging. A shoe this great deserves bomber rubber, so Tenaya relied on Vibram's XS Grip to ensure the tacky traction you need for climbing your hardest.

    • Tenaya's most aggressive climbing shoe sized for lower volume feet
    • Sharp, asymmetric downturn ideal for overhung routes and problems
    • Vibram XS Grip sole assures tacky traction on limestone and granite
    • Double midsole maintains a sharp downturn for life
    • Synthetic upper reduces stretching for enhanced longevity
    • Item #TNY000A

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    microfiber, [tongue] Lycra
    Lining
    TXT-treated cotton
    Closure
    hook-and-loop, Draxtor PAT
    Midsole
    double, GI 1.8y TST 150
    Rubber
    Vibram XS Grip (3.5mm)
    Profile
    aggressive downturn
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    high
    Claimed Weight
    12oz
    Recommended Use
    bouldering, sport climbing

    Tech Specs

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    This shoe is magic

      This is by far the best aggressive shoe I’ve owned. I have a narrow, long, high arched foot and have always had a hard time with aggressive shoes. I wear a women’s 10 in my street shoe and ended up deciding on the 7.5. I really like to downsize my shoes, and these fit like a glove! I onsighted a 5.11b outside the very first time I wore them! No break in needed, they are super versatile with the closure system... wow these are great. I’m in love!

      One shoe to rule them all!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Whoa... These shoes are AMAZING. I have only ever climbed in Tenayas because the whole brand is vegan, and years ago they were much harder to acquire in the United States, but now luckily they are much more accessible! I bought the Oasi LV to take over for my Tenaya Inti outdoor shoes specifically for a trip to the Red in Kentucky. I climbed on them twice in the gym before taking them outside just to be sure they'd feel ok, but from the very first step onto (plastic) rock, they felt perfect. No breaking in necessary! The Oasi LV fits my foot better than any other climbing shoe I have worn. They are snug but not too tight and not baggy anywhere. The heel stays put through all types of terrain.



      I wear the Oasi LV in a men's 8.5 (women's 9.5) which is also my street shoe size. For comparison, in the Inti I wear a men's 10 (women's 11) and in the Tanta (which is a harder-soled non-aggressive shoe) I wear a men's 9 (women's 10) though those ones are a touch too big... and only used as my gym shoe. I do not wear my climbing shoes really tight after developing extensor tendinitis from overly tight climbing shoes. My shoes are also not super loose, but I find that happy place in the middle where I get performance without pain :)



      The Oasi LV is a perfect shoe for me as a sport climber and they give me confidence to edge on the tiniest chips and smear on the slipperiest granite. I am so so so happy Tenaya makes a low volume version of an aggressive shoe because it is exactly what I have been waiting for!!!

      One shoe to rule them all!

      So wonderful

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love Tenayas. I never tried the original Oasi but I generally prefer "low volume" shoe models and I jumped on these when they came out. I've owned a few pairs of Tarifas, which I also LOVE, but I wanted a non-lace up shoe. I wore these one time and then they were broken in. They fit my foot as if they were custom molded to fit - no gaps or dead space and no tight pinching areas. I wear them for pretty much everything. I brought them on a recent trip to Potrero Chico and they did well on everything from cracks to slabs to tiny edges and pockets and overhangs and I wore them on multipitches with minimal discomfort. I couldn't ask for anything more in a climbing shoe.

      I wear women street shoe size 8.5 to 9 (more often a 9) and I own these in [men's] size 6 which is a women's 7, euro size 38. I'm not into downsizing for performance, I think Tenayas just run large. This gives me a perfect snug fit, no pain, still able to easily get the shoes on and off. If you're not used to wearing aggressive shoes, however, you may not need or want to down size this much.