La Sportiva Theory Climbing Shoes - Women's
With a balance of aggressive performance and a soft, sensitive feel, the women's La Sportiva Theory climbing shoes provide grip, control and dexterity for steep, futuristic climbs.
- Overall structure of the shoe facilitates volume compression on modern indoor competition routes
- Slip-on construction and single hook-and-loop closures lock in your heels and aid power transfer
- Rubber toe caps provide coverage for 90% of the toe surface
- Patented Figure-8 slingshot tensioning focuses power in your toes
- P3® platforms maintain powerful downturned performance
- Updated low-profile heel allows for higher performance heel hooking
- Features top-to-bottom sticky rubber and hybrid soles that combine edge and no-edge technology to adapt to the requirements of modern competitive climbing
- Half-sole Vibram® XS Grip2™ rubber is easily resoleable and provides reliable grip; sole has differentiated thickness at the forefoot for power and sensitivity
- D-Tech™ outsoles combine no-edge and edge technologies
Imported.View all La Sportiva Women's Climbing Shoes
Climbing Shoe Type
D-Tech™/1.8mm Vibram® XS Grip2™ rubber
Can Be Resoled
34 EU 34.5 EU 35 EU 35.5 EU 36 EU 36.5 EU 37 EU 37.5 EU 38 EU 38.5 EU 39 EU 39.5 EU 40 EU 40.5 EU 41 EU 41.5 EU 42 EU 42.5 EU 43 EU U.S. Women's 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 5.5+ 6 6.5 7 7.5 7.5+ 8 8.5 9 9.5 9.5+ 10 10.5 11 EU 34 34.5 35 35.5 36 36.5 37 37.5 38 38.5 39 39.5 40 40.5 41 41.5 42 42.5 43 Mondo 24 24.5 24.5 25 25.5 26 26.5 27 27.5
For rock climbing shoes: Choose soft shoes two to three sizes smaller than your street shoe size. We recommend you fit your trad shoes one to two sizes under your street shoe size. Remember to factor in stretch. Unlined slip-lasted shoes tend to stretch about one full size. Lined shoes stretch about a half size. Remember: a well-fit comfortable shoe will work better than an ill-fitting tighter shoe.
For boots: Add one half size to your street shoe size. You should be able to slip one finger behind your heel when you are standing up with the boot unlaced and your toes touching the front. If the boot is too short, your toes will get smashed walking downhill. Too long and your heel will slide up and down and give you blisters.
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