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La Sportiva - TC Pro Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe

La Sportiva TC Pro Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe

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Item #LSP0126

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  • 35.0
  • 35.5
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  • 38.0
  • 41.0
  • 44.0

Tech Specs

Upper Material:
Vibram XS Edge (4mm)
Asymmetrical Curvature:
Claimed Weight:
[single] 8.71oz
Recommended Use:
sport climbing, trad climbing
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

TC Pro Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe

Designed by a big-wall legend with the long, technical routes of El Cap in mind, the La Sportiva TC Pro Vibram XS Edge Climbing Shoe combines edging power with crack-climbing prowess. Inexpensive? No. One of the most high-performance trad climbing shoe ever created by humans? Damn right. This mid-height climbing machine features light ankle padding to ease the pain of vicious off-widths, and the vented tongue and rand help ward off sweaty feet during marathon days on the wall.

  • P3 platform for technical footwork and support on long pitches
  • Lightly padded flat toe for stuffing into cracks
  • Vibram XS Edge rubber sole for friction on the thinnest footholds
  • High-top design adds protection in wide cracks
  • Synthetic lining eliminates stretch
  • Padded tongue for more comfort when sending the Stovelegs

Game changer

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When I first started climbing I had a pair of shoes that were crazy uncomfortable, and I just stuck with them because I thought all climbing shoes were that way. These shoes proved me wrong. Not only are they comfy enough to keep on when I’m belaying, they work super well for crack climbing. If they’re good enough for Alex Honnold they’re good enough for me.

Awesome Shoes

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I really love how these shoes are not supper aggressive in style. They are more of a medium stiffness shoe. I love how they fit on the foot! They are a perfect fit and give you great support and traction while on the wall. I love how they kind of come up your ankle and give some support. Would totally recommend!

Crack Climbing Monkey

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used a slight curve gym shoe for the past while because I haven't been able to buy crack shoes. I got a hold of these and its like the heavens opened and just started running up splitters! Yes, just yes. Comfortable, high ankle for support, toe coverage. Solid shoe.

Great Shoe!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I moved from the Evolv Night Hawk to the TC pro and could not be happier! I generally wear size 8.5-9 US street shoe and the 40.5 size was perfect for me. This shoe excels in almost any discipline but really sets its self apart from other shoes when climbing crack. They still handle amazingly on slab and face climbing. They are durable and comfortable enough to be worn on long multi pitch climbs. The only thing I think could have been better was the tongue of the shoe. In my experience the tongue tends to get folded when i put my foot in them, but it is an easy fix and doesn't take away from the functionality of the shoe its self.

Amazing shoe, I will never use any shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These shoes are my absolute favorite! They are comfortable and the laces let you adjust them for a tighter or looser fit. I use these for all of my climbing, I bought them specifically for crack climbing per the recommendation of a friend and I was not disappointed! The toe is slightly asymmetrical and I have been able to do slab and shelves in granite and sandstone both with amazing grip. I like the high top style to protect my ankles as well and the heel on these are really molded so you can confidently hook yourself on to anything. Best shoes I have ever owned and very much worth the price.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I had heard from friends that these were highly rated trad shoes so I decided to give them a spin on a couple pitches in Utah. They edged perfectly, never slipped, and were superb at supporting foot jamming—not to mention they were insanely comfortable and kept my ankles protected. If you are trying to find a moderate shoe you can wear all day at the crag, then this is the shoes for you.

Best Trad Shoe

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really love these shoes especially for granite trad climbing. The rubber is nice and tacky and the profile does a great job at allowing you to tow in on slabby holds that you wouldn't expect. The higher cuff is also great for keeping your ankles protected when climbing slitters. And the padded tongue does a great job a keep your feet a bit more comfortable when camming your foot in a crack. If you are looking for a trad shoe to add to your collection I would highly recommend these. I typically wear a 46 street shoe and in these guys I take a 45. They are roomy enough to be comfortable for long days on the wall but tight enough to deliver performance without pain.

Best Trad Shoe

Amazing Shoe

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got to try these on a trip and I absolutely loved them! I would recommend them to everyone!

Love these shoes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My dad has been rocking the hytop style since he started in the 80's and he has always loved them. Thought I'd give them a shot, and I have to say... he is 100% right. I love them. They are great on long climbs, and have been good bouldering too. They are the kind of shoes that you can stay in all day.

La Sportiva TC Pro

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The best thing since sliced bread? Almost certainly. The best thing ever? Quite possibly so. Designed by Mr. El Cap himself (it’s in the name) and manufactured by industry titan La Sportiva, these shoes are a quintessential step towards becoming a true TC BRO. But jokes aside, from slab to crack to face, these shoes will be your vehicle into the vertical world. As long as it’s not overhanging (not to say that I haven’t sent my fair share of overhangs in my pair), the TC pros are, in my honest opinion, the best shoe to do every job great. The La Sportiva 3p whatever does an amazing job holding the form and rigidity of the outer while the “old school” laces actually work, unlike those new Velcro whatsits. Edges you can shave with and vibrant XS edge will have you standing on granite razor blades in no time, but don’t feel bad if you resolve with Stealth. As my (almost) one shoe quiver for the past six months I, surprisingly, have nothing but good to say about these shoes. Almost as surprising, I have yet to need a resolve, although I can see it looming closer every time I skip off a sharp hold. Buy it in your La Sportiva size, comfy and capable, I doubt you’ll be disappointed.

La Sportiva TC Pro

Shouldn't Have Started Here

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Beginner, looking for my first pair of shoes. I had the extreme pleasure and misfortune of borrowing a broken-in pair of TC Pros to start with and regret it fully. They are super comfortable and my bony ankles feel secure behind the high top coverage. The issue is they are three times the shoe I need at this point in my progression. I hope to come back to them someday for all day comfort on multi-pitch but for now I only aspire. I was sized down 1/2 from street shoe and they were money.

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    Absolute Best

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are hands down my favorite climbing shoes. I use these primarily for granite and sandstone, whether crack or slab, they're magical. I got these a half size bigger than I typically wear in climbing shoes so I could more comfortably climb cracks and multi-pitch routes, but I find myself still choosing these over my other shoes even for sport routes and technical face climbing. They're stiff, but soft, the rubber grips everything you put it on and it seems to have good durability so far. Only minor wear even after slab climbing on granite in full sun and 90 degrees. The ankle protection is such a wonderful addition too for that occasion that a crack is just wide enough, no more bloody ankles!
    These fit true to size, I typically wear an 11 street shoe and I have the 44.5 in these which fits ever so slightly on the big side.

    Same here: Street 11, TC Pros 44.5. I simply could not jam my pudgy feet into size 44s.

    All-around Awesome

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was seriously impressed by the fit, durability, and function of this climbing shoe. The ankle support was great while crack climbing and the shoe was honestly comfortable even during long climbing days. A bit stiff, but still performed well on slab, so I would highly recommend this for an all-around awesome shoe.

    T-Gunz Pro

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These shoes meet and exceed all expectation. I wear a 9.5 street shoe, and a 41 in the Swarma (relatively comfortably) and wear a 41.5 in the TC Pros. These fit comfortable (not as tight as a bouldering shoe), which is what I prefer for crack climbing. Super solid sole and amazing for small granite nubbins.

    Im trying to change from bd ASPECT 9.5 (9.5 street shoe) for trad. Aspects start wearing on my first 2 toes after 3rd pitch. Trying to switch to tc pro. Any size recommendations?

    Awesome Do It All Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These shoes are the best for all day trad, crack climbing and everything in between. The super still sole lends confidence on micro edges like no other shoe. The ankle coverage is great for scuffing around in Offwidth and hand cracks. The only downside is that the larger toe profile makes it a little tricky to foot jam in anything smaller than a number one.

    Masters at their craft

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These shoes excel in what they were created to do. Big wall assents and all day adventures at the Crag. I had an opportunity to try a pair of these out and I definitely enjoyed them for the multi-pitch sport routes we were climbing. I even took them to joes valley with me and used them on a couple not so aggressive boulder problems. I love the high ankle support and fit, which if I had more time in them, were molding to my feet. If you're looking for a great shoe for long days on the wall with Cracks and smears, these are the shoes for you.

    Love the adjustablilty

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you are looking for a comfortable fit and adjustable shoe then look no further. Cinch it down if you need more grip and loosen it for casual bouldering or climbing!

    Love these shoes!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you plan on leaving your shoes on for hours while adventuring into the unknown, these shoes are perfect for you. They are great for smearing on slabs, climbing cracks, throwing heel hooks and covering your ankles from those scary roof pulls. Awesome for big wall goals and over all comfort. I've even done bouldering and sport climbing indoors with them and have been very happy with the way they preform.

    La Sportiva

    Adult Footwear
    4 35.5 5  
    4.5 36 5.5  
    4.5+ 36.5 5.5+  
    5 37 6  
    5.5 37.5 6.5  
    6 38 7  
    6.5 38.5 7.5 24
    6.5+ 39 7.5+ 24.5
    7 39.5 8  
    7.5 40 8.5 25
    8 40.5 9 25.5
    8.5 41 9.5 26
    8.5+ 41.5 9.5+  
    9 42 10 26.5
    9.5 42.5 10.5 27
    10 43 11 27.5
    10.5 43.5 11.5  
    10.5+ 44 11.5+ 28
    11 44.5 12 28.5
    11.5 45 12.5 29
    12 45.5 13 29.5
    12.5 46 13.5 30
    12.5+ 46.5 13.5+  
    13 47 14 30.5
    13.5 47.5   31
    14 48   
    15 49   
    Note: La Sportiva shoes are built on European half sizes which are smaller increments than US half sizes. This gives us four extra sizes per size run which gives you a better fit!