Cliffs are by far the most resoled shoes - at least form the ones I have done. They are excellent all round shoes, but seem to have some sort of design fault arond the heels and \"ball\" of the foot, causing delamination in those areas. This, however, has no impact on their climbing performance. Interestingly, Murias come in at a distant second to the Cliffs.
Both Murias and Testtarosas more advanced technically (and financially!) than the Cliffs. I am not sure about the Wasabis, but they certainly don't have the same reputation (and cost) as the La Sportiva shoes.
All the above, and particularly the Cliffs (I have done 1 pair 4 times already), respond very well to re-soling. I have both their original Vibram rubber and Stealth. The latter enjoys a better reputation, though some of my local clients insist that Vibram is better.
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