La Sportiva Men's Nago Shoe

La Sportiva Men's Nago Shoe is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 28.
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Product Description Item No.   10078859

The La Sportiva Men's Nago Shoe is an all-around climbing shoe for beginner and intermediate climbers. The medium asymmetry has a technical fit that won't leave your foot cramped so you can work through the route as many times as necessary. The combination of leather and synthetic leather provides a soft, comfortable feel that won't stretch out. The tongue and arch are lined with Dry-Best, for wicking sweat and quick drying, while the rest of the shoe remains unlined for responsiveness. Whether you're hitting a sport route or just hanging at the gym wall, the 5mm Vibram XS Edge will stick when you need it most.

FEATURES of the La Sportiva Men's Nago Shoe

  • Ventilated upper with a perforated, lined synthetic leather arch area for moisture management
  • A great fit that delivers performance and comfort
  • 5mm vibram XS Edge sticky rubber outsole
  • Designed for comfort and performance
  • Ideal for moderately overhanging sport routes, face climbing, gym climbing, crack climbing

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Weight: 8.04 oz
Upper: Leather, Synthetic Leather
Outsole: 5mm Vibram XS Edge
Midsole: 1.1mm LaspoFlex
Product Technology: Vibram
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Footwear Height: Ankle
Terrain: Mountain
Gender: Mens
Features: Cushioned
Best Use: Trad Climbing, Climbing, Sport Climbing
Footwear Closure: Lace-up
Toe Coverage: Closed Toe

Vibram rubber compounds and technologies are the gold standard in the outdoor industry for reliable, high-performance grip and traction. They offer precise, unparalleled responsiveness and support that's specifically engineered for your activities.

Men's Footwear Size Conversion Chart
EURO SIZE 34 34.5 35 35.5 36 36.5 37 37.5 38 38.5
US Size 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 4.5+ 5 5.5 6 6.5
EURO SIZE (cont.) 39 39.5 40 40.5 41 41.5 42 42.5 43 43.5
US Size 6.5+ 7 7.5 8 8.5 8.5+ 9 9.5 10 10.5
EURO SIZE (cont.) 44 44.5 45 45.5 46 46.5 47 47.5 48 -
US Size 10.5+ 11 11.5 12 12.5 12.5+ 13 13.5 14 -

La Sportiva footwear is built and offered on European half sizes, which are smaller increments than US half sizes. This gives them four extra sizes per size run, and ultimately gives you a better fit.

Please review La Sportiva's size conversion chart above to help determine your ideal size. Below you will find additional information about how to fit and break in the different styles of La Sportiva footwear, which will also help guide you to the correct size.

• As a general rule soft shoes like climbing shoes require a tighter fit, or about two to three sizes smaller than your street shoe size.
• La Sportiva recommends you fit your trad climbing shoes one to two sizes under your street shoe size.
• La Sportiva offers a lot of lasts, and each offers a different fit and feel. Remember to factor in potential stretching.
• Unlined slip-lasted shoes tend to stretch a bit more than lined shoes, or about one full size.
• Lined shoes stretch about a half size.

• PERFORMANCE FIT - offers a high performance fit and a downturned last.
• TECH FIT - a more technical fit and a last with neutral profile.
• COMFORT FIT - a comfortable fit and a last with more volume and a neutral profile.

• Find your US Size in the guide above, then find the Euro Size conversion and add one half size.
• The ideal size holds your toes ever so slightly away from the front of the boot while the lacing system is snug across the top of your arch.
• If you can try to boots on beforehand, make sure you wear the same size and weight socks you would typically wear with the boots, and any orthotics or custom footbeds you use.
• It is ideal to fit boots later in the day since feet are prone to swell slightly as a day progresses.
• Wear your boots indoors only until you are confident about the fit.
• Your foot should feel snug (not tight) from the arch back into the heel pocket with just a minimum lift as you walk. If your heel lifts make sure the lacing is snug and not too loose.
• Your toes should NOT touch the front of the boot, but when you kick the toe into the floor, you should know where the front of the boot is. You want just enough room to wiggle your toes.
• If your toes or sides of your feet feel squished, most likely the width is too narrow and the boot will not work for you.
• If your toes touch the front of the boot, most likely it is too short and you need the next half size up.
• Make sure to keep all original packaging that came with your boots until you are sure that you are happy with your purchase.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Beginner Shoe I purchased a pair of Nagos a while back and after breaking them in (they do stretch) I've found them to be everything I'm looking for. They are remarkably comfortable for a climbing shoe (almost too comfortable) and they still do their job just fine. Comparatively thick rubber, which makes extremely small holds hard to get a really good grip on but not a significant enough problem to be a deal breaker for me. I did not pay full price for these and would not recommend that because there are better shoes out there for $100.,,,,Bottom line: For a seasoned pro, look else where. For a beginner: if they're on sale, definitely buy.
Date published: 2011-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for the price. A good beginner's shoe if they fit your feet well. They do stretch a lot. I got mine 1.5 sizes smaller than my street shoe, and they stretched so much that any larger would be too big.,,,,Will beginners be edging on dimes? No. That's not necessary on the vast majority of climbs up to 5.10. Nagos have decent grip and WAY more structure and edging ability than, say a 5.10 Coyote - another entry-level shoe.,,,,If you're the kind of beginner that needs to feel important by buying gear made for advanced practitioners, by all means skip these and go right to Miuras or Katanas. Otherwise you'll fare just fine with the Nagos.
Date published: 2011-06-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I waisted my money. This was my first pair of climbing shoes. I purchased my second pair of climbing shoes a month and a half later. I suppose if you are looking for an all-around shoe then this isn't a total waist of money but I definitely wouldn't purchase again. A beginner looking for a good pair of shoes that is considering this shoe should look at the Katana or Muira by sportiva. You will spend a little more money but you will have one of the best all-around shoes made. La sportiva no doubt makes the best climbing shoes in the industry but to me these are just OK. [(pros) good price and comfortable], [(cons) red feet, stretch too much, not aggressive at all, no edging, look like a rookie] ,,
Date published: 2010-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most comfortable climbing shoe ever! I've been climbing since the first grade and I've always used gym shoes for my occasional bouldering and top-roping needs. Having a pair of climbing shoes that feel good on your feet after six hours of bouldering is just about impossible, unless you have some Nagos. I know that professionals love their hoof-feet but for the normal ones that want to climb and not feel tortured these are the shoes for you! some of my more serious climbing buddies STILL bring their Nagos to the wall just so they can change into them when their feet hurt too much. Just beware, they turn your feet red.
Date published: 2012-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Beginner Shoe I purchased these as my first pair of climbing shoes about 5 months ago. I've climbed 2-3 times a week in them since then. Right off the bat, they broke in and conformed to my foot quite quickly (within the first couple of weeks). They're comfortable enough to wear for the entire day of climbing. The lace up is great for making sure they fit to your foot just right. While they are not very aggressive, I do feel as if they have great grip and I am almost always confident with tight toe placements. BIG DISCLAIMER: the other reviewers that noted that they leave your feet stained red are ABSOLUTELY TRUE. After a day of climbing, my feet look like I was crushing grapes or spilled Kool-Aid on them. It's really bad. That's my only negative regarding these shoes.
Date published: 2015-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great first shoe I bought this shoe right when I started to climb. They are unbelievably comfortable (granted they have stretched a bit since my first few climbs). The key feature that led me to these shoes was the laces (which wasn't present with entry level shoes from other brands). While many may use these for trad climbing, I use them for sport climbing and they work great. I will likely get a different la sportiva shoe as I work into more technical routes but for me now (I climb routes mostly under 5.11) these shoes work great.
Date published: 2011-07-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Beginner Shoe I bought the Nago's about a year ago when I started climbing, only because they were the only style that was in my size at the various stores in town. They've worked alright for me on my trips, but are already showing signs of serious wear. If you're looking for a cheap beginner shoe, these should do the job. Otherwise, I'd go with something else.... Oh, and also, the upper part of the shoe bleeds onto your feet. For a while there, my feet were permanently red.
Date published: 2011-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from solid, comfortable shoe at a good price. These are my second pair of climbing shoes and so far I'm very pleased with them. I have fairly wide feet and many shoes I've tried seem best suited for people with narrow feet. The Nagos fit my wide feet well though they could be a tiny bit more snug in the heel. They are comfortable to wear for extended periods but still seem to perform well on 5.10s and 5.11s at the gym. All this and they look sharp as well. All in all, this shoe is definitely one to consider...
Date published: 2009-04-21
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