Tenaya - Mundaka - Climbing shoes

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% recommend
97% recommend
Customers say: Good fit
Customers say: Good traction
Highly asymmetrical
Slight pre-tensioning
Vibram XS Grip
Wide foot
660 g
Hook-and-loop closure
Material information & features
Suitable for:
Level of experience:
Recommended use:
bouldering, sport climbing
Material type:
hook-and-loop closure
Vibram XS Grip
Sole thickness:
3.5 mm
Hardness of sole:
medium hard
highly asymmetrical
Heel tension:
overhang, vertical
660 g
Reference size:
medium-sized pair
Foot shape:
egyptian, greek, roman
wide foot / high volume
Pull off loops; SRX Dynamic technology; suitable for wide feet"
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Product description

Made for the toughest of routes - the Tenaya Mundaka climbing shoes! This climbing shoe will provide you with the best combination of flexibility, sensibility and performance! That way, not only will you have the sensitivity you need, but the very downturned shape will put your feet in the perfect position for challenging overhanging climbs. Plus, the shoe is flexible enough for climbing holdless slabs.
The last used for this shoe makes for an incredibly comfortable fit. Of course, you can make precise adjustments to the fit by using the Draxtor fast lacing system. Incorporated into the shoe is SRX Dynamic technology, which makes the shoe dynamically adapt to the different positions of your foot as you climb.
As for the fabric used for these shoes, microfibre was used for the upper, as it hardly stretches, and cotton for the interior, which absorbs moisture from the skin. The Vibram XS Grip sole is both extremely sticky and durable. Plus, there's a toe patch for hooking as well. The Tenaya Mundaka is the perfect climbing shoe for boulder problems and climbing routes that require precision!

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Recommend for people with wider toe box

Fantastically versatile shoe. Suitable for people with a wider toe box like myself. Alex Megos runs this shoe also in competitions. 10/10

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    Good grip
    Good fit
    High edge stability
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by Michael helpful

Amazing shoes

Never thought that wearing good shoes really ups ones climbing game(i am not such a big deal i climb as standart V6). With my Mundaka i was extreme amazed at how much i could climb better than with my old 2 years worn scarpa prime. In terms of quality and functionality the Mundaka is far ahead.

The midsole is extremely soft and the tounge gives really good comfort. As a lot of people say the shoe really molds to your foot. The shoe got vibram xs grip of which i am quite found of if its about smearing. The agressive shape and downturn really helps to anchor you toes into some holds. Some small holds didnt quite work for me with these but none the less they did really great.

For the Heel as it is right now, i am not quite convinced. which is the reason why i only gave 4 stars... I dont know why... But Maybe its because i have a small heel, or they are too big but since they really broke in, the Heel on my right (main-)foot doesnt seem to be as stable in them as they should be. For example my toe-hook on the left side seem to really stick to the foot/hold but with my right foot i often got the sense of slipping out of the shoe or more presicely feeling the movement on the Hold. Still playing around with the velcro system to find away to really fit into the heel but yeah thats quite the negative for me.

The Velcro system is actually quite interesting. After playing around with it i found out that there is so much more behind it than i thought. Just by tightening either Strap(front/back and upper /lower) correctly you can adjust the tension on your heel or your toes just as you want to. So no matter what kind of session you are having, sports-climbing, bouldering or try-harding a problem or route you can make them just perfect for any kind of use, while them beeing extremely comfortable.

At first the Toepatch looked quite thin to me but i actually got decent grip on it and i actually dont really feel any pain from the edges i hook on too.

I got mine in 40 3/4 EU size, my street shoe Size is about 41.5 EU. Breaking into the shoes took me only 1or 2 sessions while wearing them for 3 days 15 min max a day. Right now i am thinking about going down half a size more for a really good fit. In the climbing gym i use them approximatly 3-4 hours without a problem or pain in the toes. I just take them off when i use the slackline or to get my feet or the shoes some air. Also i dont really sweat alot in them, which helps prevent smell, just enough that my shoes start to stick to my shoes like glue.

All in all. . I love them for sports climbing and bouldering as much, just because they are so damn comfortable and adjustable. Only got the for about 2 months but i wear them at least twice a week and i am still quite stoked for them. No excess bruises, the rubber starts to flex a bit more but that only helps the smearing more, i feel like. Never really took the outside so cant tell you anything about that. :( In Terms of functionality they they bring what they have too. I often got the feeling they should be used for way harder routes than what i climb but they still give me everything i totally need. 100% recommended.

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    Good fit
    Good grip
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    Not sturdy
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by Slawomir helpful

I Love Tenayas

I've been using Tenayas for 8 years now. I've got Tarifa, Oasi, Iati, Mundaka and Mastia.. they all are great for any type of rock climbing!!!
Very comfortable, sticky and precise shoes.

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    Good grip
    Good fit
    High edge stability
    Sticky, sensitive, sock feel.
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