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La Sportiva Nago Rock Shoes - Men'sis rated4.0out of5by18.
Rated5out of5byPatrick LfromSnug and comfortableThese shoes fit my feet very well. I have Morton's toe and it's hard to find rock shoes that are comfortable yet snug without being painful.
I love these shoes so far except the red feet once they come off. Yes, your feet will get red.
Date published: 2014-04-19
Rated3out of5byRope RatfromNago, Okay bang for your buck.So I bought this pair of clibing shoes about 6 months ago to get started in the world of climbing. I have put these shoes through the wringer. I climb three times a week for several hours at a time and while they are cofmy to stand in, I feel as though they are holding back my climbing a bit. I have been out door with these shoes and done a bit of crack climbing at the crag here and they worked well, but I do find myself slipping off the smaller stuff. If you are going to be serious about climbing in your near future, go with a more agressive shoe. I wish I had bought some shamans or something now.
And the red feet! After 6 months of using these things, it still has yet to stop turning my feet red.
Tl;dr = If you are serious about clibing, look for another shoe. If you want to climb on weekends, you wont notice a difference in preformance at all.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated4out of5byadv riderfromGood grip and comfortI went looking for a shoe that had a glove like feel, a strong foot bed, and I could wear for a couple of hours at the gym. I climb primarily indoors and this shoe is great for me.
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated5out of5byMarco H PolofromGreat Climbing Shoe for Wide FeetI like this shoe a lot as an all-purpose shoe.
I have climbed with this shoe and the Mythos. The Nago has the red staining problem that is mentioned in all the other reviews, but that's not a big deal if you wash your feet!
The key thing for me is that I have a EEE wide foot, and this shoe stretches enough after a few sessions to accommodate it comfortably.
I wear a size 10 street shoe, and I initially went to a size 9 (42). I eventually sized down to an 8.5 (41.5). It now fits snug, but I can still wear it for several hours without pain.
Date published: 2013-12-07
Rated4out of5byT O Double DfromRed Feet!Other than the red feet I dig these shoes. I've had them for two months and my feet are still red. I climb at least three times a week and my feet always have a little red on them. If you wear socks you won't have this problem, although you might not want to wear white socks...
I got a size and a half smaller than my street shoe, I wear a 12 and got these in 10.5). They were a bit uncomfortable at first, but they've broken in nicely and I can wear them for 2+ hours without even thinking about taking them off.
I mainly climb in the gym, but have been using these outside a bit too.
Date published: 2013-11-25
Rated3out of5byEbenfromFirst Timer w/ Red FeetThe first thing you NEED to know is your feet will be dyed RED, like a lot. So if that is a big enough turn off, then look for something else. Most of the dye comes off in the shower, with a little scrubbing but my feet are always a little red.
Also a need to know, these do stretch a bit. I wish I had gone with a 1/2 size smaller than I did. The REI rep said they shouldn't stretch much but alas.
I am brand new to climbing, so other than that info I'm not much help. They do seem less grippy than other's shoes, but that could be technique or lack there of.
I have only climbed in the gym so far. I go 2-3 times per week. If I were buying shoes again I would go with a different shoe. Not to say these are bad, just I would try something different next time.
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated4out of5byMountainBik29erfromExcellent gym shoeThis is my second pair of rock shoes so take my enthusiasm with a grain of salt.I found these shoes to be close to perfect. They were used exclusively in the gym, 2-4 times a week and lasted an entire year!
The stickiness of the shoe was poor for the first couple of climbs but as they broke in they stuck like glue. The pointed tips did well for toeing. Smearing and edging I felt very confident. The heel hook is a little week for tricky bouldering situations but for trad. climbing its great
Date published: 2013-10-04
Rated5out of5byJdub the ClimberfromGreat for beginners!I had them sized by an REI staff and got a tight fitting shoe. After the first day of climbing with them, they started to feel even better. They dye my feet red when I use them, but they work well for me as a beginner climber.
Date published: 2013-08-07
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La Sportiva Nago Rock Shoes - Men's Customer Reviews