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Miura VS Women's

Miura VS Women's

$170.00
A high performance women's climbing shoe with a hook-and-loop closure system for amazing edging control and pocket climbing performance.
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Find your size - Climbing Fit Chart

Use the chart below to determine your size. If you’re on the borderline between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit. If your measurements for chest and waist correspond to two different suggested sizes, order the one indicated by your chest measurement.

Size Height (cm) Chest (cm) Waist (cm) Hips (cm)
XS 122-128 64.5-66 59.5-61.5 68.5-71
S 128-137 66-69 61.5-65 71-74.5
M 137-147 69-75 65-69 74.5-79.5
L 147-158 75-81.5 69-72.5 79.5-84.5
XL 158-170 81.5-88.5 72.5-75.5 84.5-89.5

ADULT FOOTWEAR SIZING CHART

More sizes means a better fit! La Sportiva shoes are built on European half sizes which are smaller increments than US half sizes. This gives us five extra sizes per size run, which gives you a better fit!
MEN'SEUROPEANWOMEN'S
  33 2.5
  33.5 3
2.5+ 34 3.5
3 34.5 4
3.5 35 4.5
4 35.5 5
4.5 36 5.5
4.5+ 36.5 5.5+
5 37 6
5.5 37.5 6.5
6 38 7
6.5 38.5 7.5
6.5+ 39 7.5+
7 39.5 8
7.5 40 8.5
8 40.5 9
8.5 41 9.5
8.5+ 41.5 9.5+
9 42 10
9.5 42.5 10.5
10 43 11
10.5 43.5 11.5
10.5+ 44 11.5+
11 44.5 12
11.5 45 12.5
12 45.5 13
12.5 46 13.5
12.5+ 46.5 13.5+
13 47 14
13.5 47.5  
14 48  
15 49  
16 50  
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Features

Easy on and off convenience makes this sporty, high-end edging and smearing shoe a must for bouldering and technical climbing. We pulled key design elements from the Miura and incorporated them into this three strap hook-and-loop closure system. The one-piece leather upper has a synthetic lining to control stretch and is unlined under the foot to allow for excellent sensitivity on micro edges and smears. The Miura VS is built with the P3® platform for a continued down turn shape which makes it excellent for steep overhangs. 

 

• Ideal terrain: Overhanging sport routes, bouldering, gym climbing and technical face climbing

• Slingshot Rand and Powerhinge System gives you the ultimate edging power

• 4mm Vibram® XS Grip2 sticky rubber outsole

• AWARDS: Climbing Magazine - Editors' Choice, Rock and Ice - Best in Gear

 

Miura VS Women's Awards

Product Information

ITEM NUMBER: 865
SIZES: 32 - 43 (half sizes)
WEIGHT: 8.23 oz (228g)
LAST: WPD 75
FIT: Performance with high asymmetry
UPPER: Leather
LINING: Dentex / Unlined underfoot
MIDSOLE: P3® with 1.1mm LaspoFlex
SOLE: 4mm Vibram® XS Grip2

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 Item(s)

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Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
Three years ago, I pulled my very first pair of Womens Miura VS climbing shoes out of the box and stuffed them into my climbing pack. I hiked up to the Monastery near Glenhaven, Colorado, and after a quick warm up, I pulled out my shiny white shoes, dubbed my Scooby Doos because of their flower design. I ripped the tag off, slipped them on, and sent Grand Ol Opry (5.14b). First time out of the box, and they worked like a charm. Three weeks ago, I tested my VS shoes on Americas first 5.14, To Bolt or Not to Be. After 7 days of effort, they carried me to the top, sticking precisely to each smeary little edge I encountered throughout the 110 feet of blank vertical climbing. Nicely broken in and well loved, they withstood the test.A few days later, I took that exact same pair on a lap up Zebra Zion, a classic three pitch 5.10 gear route at Smith Rock. I didnt have a larger, comfy pair for long routes, since this was my third ever route beyond one pitch. So, I wore my snug little sport climbing pair, and my feet didnt hurt at all. Allegedly too tight and small for that style of climbing, my Miuras didnt fail me. How is it that one shoe can meet my every demand in a moments notice? LaSportiva created a down turned edging shoe, which sounds like a contradiction. Typically, down turned shoes are a bit softer, giving the climber more feeling and control of their footwork on steeper terrain. Edging shoes are typically flat and stiff, allowing the climber to stand on small, precise edges without the rubber rolling or the climbers arch being strained. But when you combine the power of a high performance down turned shoe with the precise edging capabilities of a stiffer shoe, you get the VS. But theres more to the VS than its ability to stand on dime edges. Its still a powerful pulling shoe, and Im more than comfortable wearing the Miura on steeper terrain. The VS also provides comfort in an age when climbing shoes are cranked down so small they squeeze the tears from your eyes. I say forget the idea that your shoes should be painfully small. If my feet hurt, Im unwilling to put all my weight on my feet and trust whole heartedly in my foot placements. With the VS, I dont have to downsize to a toddlers fit - just one size below my street shoes allows me to trust my toes. For that reason, the painful breaking in process is non-existent with the VS. Theyre ready to go straight off the sewing table in Italy. From that first time out of the box, the Womens Miura VS has been my most reliable friend and trusted climbing partner. I know well spend many more years on the rock together.
Review by Paige C. - Boulder, CO (Posted on 3/7/2016)
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
I sized up 1/2 size from my Men's Miura VS and climbed in the Women's model all summer. The softer rubber on the Miura VS W's was perfect for getting that extra friction during the greasy months and sizing up to the next 1/2 size eliminated any issue with the lower volume last. Miura VS W's is a great choice for male climbers looking for softer rubber or a slightly tighter heel cup.
Review by - Boulder, CO (Posted on 8/1/2014)
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
My all time favorite climbing shoe is the Women's Miura VS. I love the higher arch, narrower width, and smaller toe box. The shoe edges great on vertical, but is down-turned enough to be aggressive on steep climbing.
Review by Jacinda H. - Salt Lake City, UT (Posted on 7/29/2014)
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
The same performance of the M's VS but with a narrower fit, the W's Miura VS is my shoe du jour. Of all the shoes, its heel cup fits my foot the best. Aggressive enough, but not too much, they have been my right-hand man on the sticky southeastern sandstone. Reliable, trustworthy...if they weren't a pair of shoes, I might ask them out on a date.
Review by Whitney B. - Paducah, KY (Posted on 12/7/2013)
Features

Easy on and off convenience makes this sporty, high-end edging and smearing shoe a must for bouldering and technical climbing. We pulled key design elements from the Miura and incorporated them into this three strap hook-and-loop closure system. The one-piece leather upper has a synthetic lining to control stretch and is unlined under the foot to allow for excellent sensitivity on micro edges and smears. The Miura VS is built with the P3® platform for a continued down turn shape which makes it excellent for steep overhangs. 

 

• Ideal terrain: Overhanging sport routes, bouldering, gym climbing and technical face climbing

• Slingshot Rand and Powerhinge System gives you the ultimate edging power

• 4mm Vibram® XS Grip2 sticky rubber outsole

• AWARDS: Climbing Magazine - Editors' Choice, Rock and Ice - Best in Gear

 

Miura VS Women's Awards

Product Information

ITEM NUMBER: 865
SIZES: 32 - 43 (half sizes)
WEIGHT: 8.23 oz (228g)
LAST: WPD 75
FIT: Performance with high asymmetry
UPPER: Leather
LINING: Dentex / Unlined underfoot
MIDSOLE: P3® with 1.1mm LaspoFlex
SOLE: 4mm Vibram® XS Grip2

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 Item(s)

per page
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
Three years ago, I pulled my very first pair of Womens Miura VS climbing shoes out of the box and stuffed them into my climbing pack. I hiked up to the Monastery near Glenhaven, Colorado, and after a quick warm up, I pulled out my shiny white shoes, dubbed my Scooby Doos because of their flower design. I ripped the tag off, slipped them on, and sent Grand Ol Opry (5.14b). First time out of the box, and they worked like a charm. Three weeks ago, I tested my VS shoes on Americas first 5.14, To Bolt or Not to Be. After 7 days of effort, they carried me to the top, sticking precisely to each smeary little edge I encountered throughout the 110 feet of blank vertical climbing. Nicely broken in and well loved, they withstood the test.A few days later, I took that exact same pair on a lap up Zebra Zion, a classic three pitch 5.10 gear route at Smith Rock. I didnt have a larger, comfy pair for long routes, since this was my third ever route beyond one pitch. So, I wore my snug little sport climbing pair, and my feet didnt hurt at all. Allegedly too tight and small for that style of climbing, my Miuras didnt fail me. How is it that one shoe can meet my every demand in a moments notice? LaSportiva created a down turned edging shoe, which sounds like a contradiction. Typically, down turned shoes are a bit softer, giving the climber more feeling and control of their footwork on steeper terrain. Edging shoes are typically flat and stiff, allowing the climber to stand on small, precise edges without the rubber rolling or the climbers arch being strained. But when you combine the power of a high performance down turned shoe with the precise edging capabilities of a stiffer shoe, you get the VS. But theres more to the VS than its ability to stand on dime edges. Its still a powerful pulling shoe, and Im more than comfortable wearing the Miura on steeper terrain. The VS also provides comfort in an age when climbing shoes are cranked down so small they squeeze the tears from your eyes. I say forget the idea that your shoes should be painfully small. If my feet hurt, Im unwilling to put all my weight on my feet and trust whole heartedly in my foot placements. With the VS, I dont have to downsize to a toddlers fit - just one size below my street shoes allows me to trust my toes. For that reason, the painful breaking in process is non-existent with the VS. Theyre ready to go straight off the sewing table in Italy. From that first time out of the box, the Womens Miura VS has been my most reliable friend and trusted climbing partner. I know well spend many more years on the rock together.
Review by Paige C. - Boulder, CO (Posted on 3/7/2016)
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
I sized up 1/2 size from my Men's Miura VS and climbed in the Women's model all summer. The softer rubber on the Miura VS W's was perfect for getting that extra friction during the greasy months and sizing up to the next 1/2 size eliminated any issue with the lower volume last. Miura VS W's is a great choice for male climbers looking for softer rubber or a slightly tighter heel cup.
Review by - Boulder, CO (Posted on 8/1/2014)
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
My all time favorite climbing shoe is the Women's Miura VS. I love the higher arch, narrower width, and smaller toe box. The shoe edges great on vertical, but is down-turned enough to be aggressive on steep climbing.
Review by Jacinda H. - Salt Lake City, UT (Posted on 7/29/2014)
Review for MIURA VS WOMEN'S
The same performance of the M's VS but with a narrower fit, the W's Miura VS is my shoe du jour. Of all the shoes, its heel cup fits my foot the best. Aggressive enough, but not too much, they have been my right-hand man on the sticky southeastern sandstone. Reliable, trustworthy...if they weren't a pair of shoes, I might ask them out on a date.
Review by Whitney B. - Paducah, KY (Posted on 12/7/2013)