Butora Narsha blue and orange climbing shoes

Butora Narsha review

The Butora Narsha climbing shoes are a great climbing shoe for edging and for overhanging boulder and sport routes. Butora Narsha will work best when climbing hard routes and when you need to rely on your shoes to stay on those micro holds. The shoes are aggressive and great for heel hooks.

Narsha shoes are a unisex climbing shoe and it is available in two different versions:

  • Blue Narrow/Tight fit
  • Narsha Orange Wide fit
You can read more about the all the Butora climbing shoes here!
Butora Narsha blue tight fit
Butora Narsha orange wide fit

What to consider before buying the butora Narsha climbing shoes

The type of your feet: The Narshas are available for both wider or narrower feet shapes. Make sure you have the right type for your feet. 

If you have narrow feet:  Choose the tight fit which is the blue colored shoe.

If you have wide feet: Go with the Orange shoe that is wider. 

If you don’t know if your feet are narrow or wide? Usually people with higher arches have more narrow feet and people with lower arches have wider feet. 

Sizing: when choosing the right size for you, take a half size from your typical street shoe size for bouldering.  The Butora Narsha shoes should only stretch about one quarter size after some use. 

What kind of climber are you? The Butora Narshas work great for sport climbers  and boulderers who climb overhanging routes with small holds and edges.   


  • Durable outersole
  • Weight:  19 Oz/  548 grams
  • Materials: German leather, Nylon 66 stitching, Neo friction rubber
  • Injection molded full length mid-sole
  • Velcro closure
  • Available in narrow and wide size

Butora Narsha- Pros and Cons


  • Great for overhanging routes
  • Good for edges
  • Good for cracks
  • Good for heel hooks
  • Durable materials
  • Easier to find comfortable fit because of tight and wide options
  • Breathability: Can get really hot when used in the sun
  • Not the most sensitive shoes
  • Not the best for smearing
  • Takes time to break-in

Butora Narsha reviews and takeaways from other sites:

Amazon: 3,8/5 at with 32 reviews. 

      • Takes time to break in
      • Great for heel and toe hooks
      • Some people are getting blisters of all the rubber against your feet.
      • Stiffness makes it easier to climb on smaller edges, but also makes smearing difficult.
      • Quality materials
      • Shoes are heavier because of all the rubber
      • Many people like the design

Alternatives for the Butora Narsha climbing shoes

If you want to get Butoras then a great option for the Narshas would be Butora Acros or Butora Gomis.

Before committing to the Butora Narshas take a look at our review of the best climbing shoes article. In the article we recommend these shoes:

If you climb overhanging sport or boulder routes or like those edgy slab routes then these shoes might be a great fit for you! 

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