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The Anasazi LV (Low Volume) by Five Ten excels on climbs of 5.11 and higher, both indoors and out. This performance climbing shoe is built on a women's-specific last, and is designed for medium volume feet. The heel design offers an excellent, no-slip fit. Five Ten's proprietary "Power Toe" and a unique midsole provide the support for extremely technical climbs. Soles are Stealth C4, with extremely high friction, indoors and out.
DECENT FEATURES of the Five Ten Women's Anasazi LV Climbing Shoe
Outsole: Stealth C4
Rated 5 out of
great all-around shoeI disagree with the person who said these shoes are no good for outside lead climbing / bouldering. I've been using them outside for a year now, and I love them. They're comfy & fit my small foot great. They're not super aggressive, no, but they're just fine for toeing. The only thing I really don't like to do in them is heel hook ...the heel fits great, but the little cut-outs in the rubber make it ouchie even on the nice southern sandstone I climb on regularly. They're flexible enough to feel what you're doing through the shoe (unlike my more aggressive choice, the Scarpa Vapors), but sticky enough to hold you when you need them to. Get some!
Date published: 2012-04-16
Rated 4 out of
Aggressive, sturdy shoes; just be ready to take them off between climbsI climb 3-4 times a week indoors. I've had a few pairs of La Sportiva Mythos, and I love how comfortable they are, but they aren't as aggressive as I'd like (I'm working on climbing 5.11s). When I first put these on, I honestly wanted to cut off a few toes (my other shoes are 39.5 European - these are an 8.5). They've stretched out a bit (I was worried they wouldn't because the top seems to be synthetic) so I don't go "ow ow ow" every route, and now these are the only shoes I wear because I have so much more control. Nice sticky rubber, aggressive corners - all around great shoes. I don't wear them when I'm belaying, but with velcro straps, not a big deal.
Date published: 2011-10-03
Rated 3 out of
NOT for wide feet-- LV stands for LOW VOLUME!It's a good all-around shoe, but if you have wide (even slightly wide) feet, stay away! These shoes are Low Volume, & Five Ten made the LVs for women because the majority of women tend to have more narrow feet than men. If you like this shoe but have wide feet, look at the Men's Anasazi instead (the orange/tan-ish ones)-- NOT the Verde or Blanco Anasazis, those are for narrow feet too!,,I don't have wide feet, but my toes are a little bit short so I experienced a LOT of discomfort with these shoes to the point where my pinky toe can't even bend anymore. But for the performance... it's definitely better than other casual shoes.
Date published: 2010-10-24
Rated 4 out of
Beautiful, but run VERY small!I was super stoked to order a pair of these, however, I did not try them on at a store, and just ordered them to see how they fit and reads reviews saying to get my street shoe size. My street shoe size is a 7/7.5. I ordered a 7. They were tiny. I tried them on maybe 5 times, because I really did NOT want to return them (then I had to). They hurt my toes at the end :( I would say my feet are pretty normal width. If you have slender feet, still suggest getting street shoe size, they will fit. Get your street shoe size or even a half size larger. I believe the 7.5 or 8 would fit me if Moosejaw had them in stock :-/ I wish I could say that I was able to use them. Goodluck!
Date published: 2012-05-13
Rated 3 out of
Anasazi LV is not the new KatanaI wear a 6.5 (37.5) street shoe and got these in a 36, they haven't stretched much after a year of climbing 3 times/week. It took a month of climbing for the rubber to go from stiff to sticky. I hate the toe box because the tip is too centered instead of being directly over my big toe, so my big toe is squished over into my second toe. They're not as comfortable as other shoes with off center toe tips, and aren't good for edging or toeing. The shoes are best for indoor top roping for me and definitely aren't aggressive enough for indoor bouldering or any outdoor exploits. I had heard so many good things about this shoe but I'm giving up on them and am buying a second pair of Katanas.
Date published: 2010-05-04
Rated 4 out of
Good for narrow foot, runs small in length. Aggressive & Durable-I wear a size 7 tennis shoe (Asics) and a 6.5 heel (Cole Haan),,-My left foot is slightly larger than my right (TMI?),,,,I ordered the Anasazi in a size 6.5. They were TINY. Wearing them for the first time brought me to tears. I tried everything- wearing them around my house, stuffing them with newspaper and leaving them overnight, wearing them while submerging my feet in water.... ,,5 months and many, many climbs later, these shoes are still very tight. When belaying, I leave the straps un-strapped and my heels hanging out the back of the shoe. But during the climb, the tightness provides quite a bit of support to my foot. I can balance in ways my friends (with comfortable shoes) cannot.
Date published: 2011-07-05
Rated 5 out of
Comfy right out of the boxI was very nervous about ordering Anasazi online (they did not have my size in the store), and so happy I did! Men's Anasazi did not fit me because of the extra volume in the heel, but women's version fits perfectly! What is unbelievable - they felt very comfortable straight out of the box, no break-in period (as was not the case with my previous pair - 5.10's Galileos). What else to say - an amazing shoe, great rubber. Love 5.10 products so far. My street size is 37.5, and I ordered my pair in size 7. I could have gone with size 6.5, but even 7 fits perfectly.
Date published: 2012-10-30
Rated 5 out of
Great all-around climbing shoes for womenI think the distinguishing characteristic of Five Ten women's shoes are their smaller heels. I've tried other brands, and their heels are just too big for me, and dig into my ankles. This also applies to the unisex/men's Five Ten shoes. You just have to try these shoes on for fit, but if your foot is the right shape, these shoes are amazing. They fit snugly, and they're sensitive enough for my level of bouldering (~v6). I've never had any problems heel hooking. The rubber is good and sticky. I wear a street shoe size 8.5, but buy these in a 7.