La Sportiva Katana Lace
La Sportiva Katana Lace-Up Climbing Shoe is designed to provide both comfort and precision while climbing. With a P3rand Powerhinge system, it offers an asymmetrical lacing that enhances foot support, while the Vi-lite rand minimizes weight. This shoe also features a soft leather upper that molds to your foot, and a Kevlar rand for added durability.
Scarpa Instinct VS
The Scarpa Instinct VS have been a perennial favorite among climbers with wide feet, and for good reason: they’re comfortable right out of the box, they perform on a variety of terrain, and they’re affordable. While they don’t have all the bells and whistles of some of the other shoes on this list (like the la Sportiva Solution), they’re a great all-around shoe that will do well in most situations.
Our only real complaint with the Instinct VS is that they don’t have much in the way of toe protection, so if you’re planning on doing any bouldering in them, be prepared to take a few toe jams. Overall, though, they’re an excellent shoe for climbers with wide feet and we think they’re well worth the price.
The Butora Acro features a downturned toe, moderate asymmetry, and a relatively low-volume heel. It’s one of the best-performing shoes in our review and is our Top Pick for general bouldering and sport climbing. It’s also one of the most comfortable shoes we’ve ever worn, with a spacious toe box that will accommodated wide or swollen feet without any hot spots or pain. The synthetic leather upper stretches very little, so despite its comfort, this isn’t the shoe you want if you have trulywide feet.
Five Ten Anasazi LV
The Five Ten Anasazi LV is a high performance shoe designed for serious climbers. It has a snug fit and is best suited for those with wide feet. The Anasazi is sized in UK sizes and comes in both men’s and women’s versions.
The shoe has a synthetic leather upper which is comfortable and breathable. The sole is made from Five Ten’s proprietary Stealth C4 rubber which provides excellent grip and comfort. The Anasazi LV also features an EVA midsole for cushioning and support.
The Five Ten Anasazi LV is a great choice for experienced climbers who have wide feet. It offers good comfort and support, as well as excellent grip and durability.
The Evolv Shaman is one of the best climbing shoes for wide feet on the market. This shoe has a wide toe box that accommodates a variety of foot shapes and sizes, and it also has a comfortable heel that won’t rub or pinch your skin. The Shaman is made with high-quality materials and construction, so you know it will last through years of heavy use. If you’re looking for a great all-around climbing shoe that can handle anything from easy routes to challenging climbs, the Evolv Shaman is a great choice.