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La Sportiva Nago Rock Shoes - Women'sis rated4.6364out of5by11.
Rated3out of5byclimbersuzannefromI like mythos much betterI climbed with these shoes in the gym maybe 3-4 times and it seemed really impossible to break them in. I've been climbing for ~8 years and I get how we all shoehorn our feet into climbing shoes, but these were really stiff and extra awkward for me.
I took them back and got a pair of La Sportiva Mythos that I know and love. It's worth spending the extra $40 bucks.
Date published: 2014-03-19
Rated5out of5byJumpInPuddlesfromWonderful and comfortable beginner shoesI purchased these shoes last year as my beginner shoes to learn to climb. I've now been going so frequently I've reached a comfortable 5.11 level and am still wearing the same shoes without too much wear in the soles. Seriously, I don't think I will need a new pair of shoes for another 6 months to a year judging how well these have held up!! (I know several other girls who have had the same experience!)
The day I purchased them I put them on my feet and used a blowdryer to stretch them out around my toes, now I can wear the for 6-7 hours of climbing without taking them off from discomfort but that still feel snug and secure.
The laces are wonderful for me because I tend to get injured easily so I can buddy tape my toes or ankles and simply adjust the laces for that slight change in foot size.
I usually wear a 6.5, but I purchased these shoes in a 5.5. I would recommend purchasing them a size down and just stretching them out around the toes with a blowdryer or socks in your home for an hour or two.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated5out of5byAubreyfromGreat ShoeThis is my third pair of climbing shoes and so far my favorite. I do a great deal of both indoor and outdoor climbing, so I need a shoe that can keep up with me. These are comfortable, versatile, and great for both smearing and tiny holds. I wear a size 7.5, and the 6.5 fits my foot perfectly.
Date published: 2013-12-31
Rated5out of5byejbrammerfromA Good First ShoeThis is the first climbing shoe I bought after joining an indoor bouldering gym, so I don't have much basis for comparison. That said, these were comfortable from the very beginning and didn't cause any blistering or adjustment period. I got my exact size and they fit perfectly. They haven't stretched that much for me. They are lightweight but not flimsy. They seem to have a nice grip and are comfortable. Sometimes a little air around my foot poofs out, but it's not a problem, just a funny feeling. Great price. I can't think of any drawbacks.
Date published: 2013-11-21
Rated5out of5byar10fromGreat for narrow feetI have narrow feet, so the laces have been a huge plus- I can adjust these to fit my foot like a glove. Overall, I love these shoes and will probably buy another pair when these are tired.
Date published: 2013-06-01
Rated5out of5byHannahBanana312fromGreat all around shoes.These shoes are great for everything. They're comfortable to wear all day but are sticky enough for those tiny little holds that you usually slip off of. This is my second pair of these shoes and I love them. I've tried multiple other pairs, but I don't like anything as much as these!
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated5out of5bydeerieloufromExcellent first shoes!As a new climber, I went through the course of trying on multitudes of rock climbing shoes. I liked the way these looked, as I have a wide foot near the balls of my feet, but a smaller, skinnier heel. I knew these would be a better fit for me, just looking at them, but at the time the REI I was at didn't have my size. I settled on the La Sportiva Tarantulaces, but I wasn't completely set on them.
Later I went back to REI and they had the size of the La Sportiva Nagos that I wanted, and I tried them on and fell in love with them. They were snug without being painful, and fit the form of my foot the best out of all the shoes I had tried on! Though I'm not experienced enough to tell how well they do performance-wise, I do know that with the pointier toe, I'm able to push up from smaller holds on the wall. I think the pointier toe is conducive to practicing using your toes instead of your whole foot as well! Good for a first-time climber!
The only downside is I feel like they do stretch a bit, as they are leather. This is no matter really for me because I just lace them up a bit tighter.
I am in love with these climbing shoes and highly recommend them to anyone interested in climbing!
Date published: 2013-03-01
Rated4out of5byCDsix13fromGreat shoeGood shoe
Date published: 2013-02-27
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La Sportiva Nago Rock Shoes - Women's Customer Reviews