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Feb 25, 2016
I have a pair of La Sportiva Mythos and ideally like them alot. I also have a pair of La Sportiva Katina Lace that I really want to like, but I think I need a more symetrical toe box because my second toe is longer than my big toe. So I love the katanas but they hurt my toes too much to use. Any suggestion of a similar more aggressive shoe that would work? Thanks. Andrew Aken
Joined May 16, 2015
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Feb 25, 2016
Tc pro HarryN
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Feb 25, 2016
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+1 for tc pro

miura lace works for me as well
snowhazed
From Oakland, Ca
Joined Aug 8, 2008
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Feb 25, 2016
Tenaya Tatanka is designed with Morton's toe in mind. I haven't tried that model but love the Masal. Mrkb3
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Feb 25, 2016
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So is the evolv demorto model if I remember correctly. Not exactly aggressive though... Jack C.
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Feb 25, 2016
I have a pair of Evolv Demortos I bought because I have a slightly longer 2nd toe but I bought them on the net and they don't fit great. I only wore them once at the gym and am willing to sell them if you are interested. The Demortos are no longer made by Evolv. They are size 11 Jim Fox
From Westminster, CO
Joined Jun 16, 2014
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Feb 25, 2016
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the Murias work pretty decent for me. Evols and 5.10s. More american shoes since apparently we have different feet than the euros. haha Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Joined Feb 15, 2006
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Feb 25, 2016
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I have morton's toe and the Miura velcro work for me. They're not nearly as comfortable as the mythos, but they're bearable and the better performance makes it worthwhile. Bill Shubert
From Lexington, MA
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