Sale* selected items

La Sportiva Tarantulace Climbing Shoe - Women's

1 review


on orders over $50

Final Sales Only - No returns and warranties are not valid.
The TarantuLace is an unlined leather climbing shoe with asymmetric shape for advanced performance. The RN45 shoe shape is great for upper end performance without hurting your toes. The synthetic leather overlay lacing harness adds great support for entry to mid level climbers and the unlined leather is comfortable and soft. The aggressive rubber heel rand lets you stand in micro edges and the FriXion® RS rubber is hard wearing yet sticky for long life. This is great shoe for gym climbers and outdoor climbers that need a one-quiver shoe that does it all. Quick pull lacing harness that delivers a snug precise fit. Durable FriXion RS rubber compound for great grip and durability. Lined tongue for moisture management.FriXion®La Sportiva's proprietary sticky climbing rubber formula that can be injection molded to make lugged outsoles or die cut from extruded sheets.
  • The TarantuLace is an unlined leather climbing shoe with asymmetric shape for advanced performance
  • Upper: Leather / Synthetic Leather; Lining: Unlined
  • Midsole: 1.8 mm LaspoFlex; Sole: 5mm FriXion® RS
  • Last: RN 45; Fit: Comfort FIt w/Low Asymmetry
  • Weight: 9.3 oz / 260 g

Sku: ls-w-tarantulace-trq-33.5

Customer Reviews
3.0 Based on 1 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions
Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
    Orange County, CA
    • How long have you owned this product? 2 years
    • What is your outdoor experience level? Intermediate
    • How did this product fit? True to size
    Beginner shoe definitely

    These were my first shoes and they were fine for gym top roping. As I started climbing harder routes and leading outdoors, these became useless. They don’t smear or edge well at all. I don’t even like using them as my backup.

    We won't do anything without asking your permission first. These are your images, we just hope they can help future outdoor enthusiasts find the gear they need.

    Keep in touch