A high performance women's climbing shoe that utilizes patented No-Edge™ Technology to excel at all modern climbing applications requiring technical footwork.
The patented No-Edge™ concept brings your foot closer to the rock for better edging performance, increased sensitivity and more homogeneous wear. An all-synthetic upper does not stretch out and the Fast Lacing System® cinches down with a hook and loop closure. The P3® platform gives you the downturned power needed for hard boulder problems. The overall feel of the shoe is lightweight, thin and sensitive for high-performance bouldering, sport climbing, technical trad climbing and gym climbing. These are little Ferraris for your feet that give you the ability to feel the texture of the rock climbing surface and stand on the tiniest edges.
• Patented No-Edge™ Technology from the Speedster gives you the maximum edging advantage right out of the box
• P3® technology lets you crank on overhangs
• Fast Lacing System® from the Solution gives you a snug, precise fit
• Excellent sensitivity for extremely technical projects
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|Weight|| 392 g|
Single : 196 g / 6.9 oz
|Closure Type||Lace Velcro|
European sizes 33 - 42, including half sizes.|
La Sportiva Shoes are built on European half sizes which are smaller increments than US half sizes.
|Best Use (Highest Performance)||
Trad / Crack|
Sport / Face
|Last Details|| Shape: Downturned (performance)|
Construction: Slip Lasted
Last : WPD 75 This means the last has a pointed toe, it is downturned and has high asymmetry.
|Upper Material||Leather / Synthetic Leather|
|Midsole Material||1.1 mm LaspFlex (toe only) with P3®|
|Sole Material||3.0 mm Vibram® XS Grip2|
|Footbed Lining|| |
No Edge Concept™
VIBRAM® XS Grip2
If this is your first shoe purchase, consider something with a bit more of an edge and perhaps a less aggressive shape. The Futura is a very particular shoe and may not be for everyone. That said, we loved how these shoes performed on steep terrain, especially on small, smeary footholds, like those often found on steep limestone. For aggressive edging, they were not our first choice, but for more nebulous footholds, they seemed to stick to anything. We will definitely be bringing these shoes on all of our upcoming sport climbing and bouldering trips.