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Average Rating = 4.20/5 Average Rating : 4.20 out of 5
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The Mojo is a lace-up shoe combining performance with comfort. The Mojo’s traditional lacing system allows for fine-tuning the fit. The Mojo is slip-lasted with an unlined upper for comfort out of the box with great midsole support. Sticky 5mm FriXion® rubber provides the perfect balance of stickiness and durability. With all these performance features and legendary La Sportiva quality, the Mojo is a GREAT VALUE! Get your mojo workin’!

Color Yellow
Upper Leather
Construction Slip Lasted
Last RLN50
Lining Unlined
Sole 5mm FriXion® Green
Midsole 1.8mm full length Savium
Weight 19 oz.
Sizes 34–46 (including half sizes)

5 Reviews

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: sci_boy, 2006-04-03

These were (are) my first pair of climbing shoes. They fit like gloves! They are more natural fitting in the toes than most other shoes I've tried. The best I can describe the feel is what I imagine a form-fitting ballet shoe would feel like, with good support everywhere. My only gripe I have is that the rubber isn't as sticky as I would like. For gym work, they are great, but for smearing out at the crag, they don't bite like I would think they should. I tried out a friend's pair of 5.10's on a smear that i was constantly slipping off of with the Mojo's, and I stuck like a bug on flypaper. However, the 5.10's weren't nearly as comfy as the Mojo's. So, if I could just get them resoled with sticker rubber . . . .

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: saxfiend, 2005-04-09

These were my first shoes; I've been climbing on them for about three months now. For me as a beginning climber, they were a great choice. I haven't had anything to compare them to until now, but I just bought a pair of Montrail Zealots and can definitely tell a difference. So I'd have to say the Mojo is a very good general-purpose shoe. The best thing is the fit, which is like a glove without causing agony to my feet. My immediate reaction comparing them to the Zealots is that the Mojo doesn't have nearly the edge control that the Zealot does. I'm also not real happy about the rubber wearing off on one toe already; most of my climbing has been indoors, and I would have expected the rubber to have lasted longer. I'll continue to use the Mojo as it's the more comfortable shoe, but the Zealots will go on for climbing on sketchy footholds.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: nostalgia, 2004-06-22

My first shoes, too. I feel they're unbeatable for the price. They don't seem to have the stickiest rubber of the shoes I tried on (hence the 4), but are unquestionably the most comfortable - especially for a wide-footed guy like me.

As way of example, I wear a 9.5/10 in sneakers. I tried on some Mad Rock shoes, and could barely get my foot into a size 10, and my toes were curled in a fist under the balls of my feet. When I tried the Mojo, I had to go all the way down to a size 8.5 to get a good, tight fit.

I've worn them for a few hours at a time in the gym, with little discomfort.

I'd highly recommend these as a first shoe, especially at this price.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: payne_anthony, 2004-05-26

These are my first shoes and i think they are great. They are probably good beginner shoes especially.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: wvuclimber2005, 2004-04-25

Amazing price for a decent pair of La Sportivas! I'm not a beginner, but bought this shoe for its comfort and value. I plan on using it on easy to moderate trad routes just for the all day comfort factor. Beginners, buy this shoe, get the quality of La Sportiva, don't settle for those other cheaper brands.

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