Five Ten Men's Anasazi Velcro Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Men's Anasazi Velcro Climbing Shoe is rated 4.5368 out of 5 by 95.
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Product Description Item No.   10032170

The VCS and Lace-Up Anasazis by Five Ten are the top selling performance shoes in Europe. The VCS offers more sensitivity for pulling on holds on steep rock--a powerful tool for extreme sport climbing.

FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Anasazi Velcro Climbing Shoe

  • Upper: Cowdura
  • Closure: Velcro
  • Outsole: Stealth Onyxx

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from great shoes if you fit them right and fit in them right These are my favorites for anything that is dead vertical or slightly below vertical. the breeze up technical slabs and vertical walls and are my go to kicks for granite and vertical limestone. the new magic fingers hell cup makes the fit for me super and I use them on boulders that need a combination of smearing/smedging (Difficult to horribly painful with downturned shoes) and hooking. That being said I mostly sport climb in these and find them to most excellent. Beware though, if the don't fit they will not fit at all. Also the inner liner can feel coarse, but once I broke them in and got a little dirt in them they became sublimely comfortable.
Date published: 2011-10-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Incredible shoes These shoes have been my favorites for years. I love that they are velcro, which makes it easy to get on and off when you're just doing single pitch stuff, and the toe box fits perfectly around all of your toes, unlike most evolve shoes. ,,,,My only real complaint: These shoes fit terribly in the heal, and heal hooking in these is not really an option. I've never known anyone who's anasazi's DIDN'T have a loose heal. I don't understand that. Maybe the women's version would be better about that.,,,,Overall: Great shoe. I'm going to try out the LS miura's for a while now just because of the loose heal, but the anasazi is always a reliable choice!
Date published: 2009-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all-around performance shoe The Anasazi probably isn't the best for any one thing, but it's very good for everything. It edges well, it smears well, it's good on slabby stuff, it performs well on vertical and overhanging rock, it's good for bouldering. For certain types of aggressive sport routes or bouldering you might do better with a La Sportiva Miura velcro or Evolv Shaman or something similar, but if you want an all-around performance shoe the Anasazi is the best. I'm sure many people would disagree with me but I wouldn't buy these shoes too small. The synthetic upper does not stretch. As 5.10 says on the box "fitting your shoes too tight may prevent you from seeing micro-edges."
Date published: 2011-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Achilles Heel Cup The pointed toes are phenomenal at finding small edges and knobs to stick to. There is just no beating 5.10 rubber. As far as sizing goes, the Anasazis are already sized quite snug. I wouldn't size down from your street size, unless you are a fiend for torture. In that case, enjoy the pain! Overall it has done what I wanted it to do as a moderately aggressive climbing shoe. However, you may run into troubles on overhanging stuff. The heel cup on this shoe has a bunch of dead space. These balloons in the back have caused my feet to pop off while heel hooking. If you are looking to do more climbing on slab where edging and smearing will be key, this is your shoe.
Date published: 2012-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get it. Though I've had other pairs of shoes in my 7 years of climbing I've had more pairs of these than any other shoe, and keep coming back to them. They're sensitive but once you break them in they're comfy. They are not the most aggressive shoe out there and I would not recommend them if you are looking for the best toe/heel to dig into that mono pocket on that sick overhang and send that V12 you've been working on. They are a great beginner/intermediate/all day shoe that are well worth the price and will last you for a while. I sized mine down a half or full shoe size from my street shoe (9.5 Anazasi from 10/10.5 street shoe) as they do stretch as you break them in.
Date published: 2011-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best shoe ever First of all i only wear five ten, they fit my feet great and you can't beat the rubber. These are my go to, do everything shoe. I wear them snug with my toes slightly bent and they work great for me on everything from overhanging sport routes to super thin cracks. I can't really tell a difference between the c4 and the onnyx except for when it gets cold, and then the onnyx is most definitely stickier. the split tongue velcro closure makes them really comfortable on the top of the foot and they're easy to get on and off compared to most of my other shoes. If you only have one pair of shoes and you want the best, get these in a comfortable fit and you won't be dissapointed
Date published: 2010-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits like a glove, moderately aggressive toe and tons of stick I upgraded from the red Five Ten Moccasym slipper that most all beginners have (Also great shoe, super comfy). The heels on these fit much snugger for heel hooks yet didn't stress out my Achilles tendon like other shoes I tried on. The toe is just aggressive enough to allow you to really crank the pressure up to 11 on the tiniest of chips yet not killing all circulation and feeling. We all like sensitivity, right? The rubber is grippy enough for my taste. The straps are quick to adjust (never had laces, I might not ever after these) and you can vary the snugocity. Try them on to see if you love them.
Date published: 2009-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I walk up walls in these betches! I normally climb about 2-3 days indoor and 1 day outdoor per week. With the anasazis, I was able to climb routes that were simply impossible in my previous Elektras. They made heel hooking and fingernail-sized foot holds viable options all the time and made overhangs fun. When I'm using them outdoors, I trust my feet more than I trust my friend that's belaying me. The strap surface is rubbing off a bit from toe hooking but doesn't affect the functionality of the shoe. I wear a 5.5 US in the anasazis and am a Women's 8.5 US in Brooks running shoes and a 7 in TOMs. Breaking in was brutally painful but after 3 sessions of sweating my feet, they fit like a glove. No foul stank either!
Date published: 2012-11-08
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