I've had a hard time finding suitable bike shoes that fit my small women's feet. (One foot is a 5 1/2 and the other foot is a 6.) When I saw these online I thought I'd take a…
- Freya, 05/29/14
Best MTB shoes I have ever worn (and I have had Fiveten Impacts and Teva Links). Just the right combination of grip and comfort. I ride with RaceFace Atlas pedals, and I am o…
- Jeffrey, 05/06/14
Great shoe for rock or wall climbing, the fit is amazing. You should try to fit again after five minutes since your shoe and feet adapt after a while and you will be able to g…
- Heloisa, 08/18/14
north miami beach
These are, by far the best climbing shoes I've ever worn. I can't
count how many pairs i've gone through, they edge & smear equally
well. you can sport, trad, boulder, or gy…
- Peter, 04/08/13
The Anasazis have always had a history of being one of the best all-around climbing shoe choices. Slightly more aggressive than the 5.10 Rogue's, but not as severe (and more c…
- Zoe, 06/06/14
great bang for your buck, down side i cant feel my toes by the time im back on the ground, and dont let the picture fool you, they are a lot more aggressive than they look.…
- zac, 04/23/14
This are great shoes! They really improved my climbing coming from my Evolv Defys. They could edge credit cards, the rubber makes smears super grippy, and the turndown really…
- Evan, 04/01/13
This was a great shoe that scrambles well, I wouldn't say it climbs well. Toe rand fell apart before I thought it should. New version has stitching which should improve that.…
- JASON, 05/28/13
El Segundo, Ca
The Camp Fours are the bomb. Bought these for the Tahquitz trip I took last year. They were perfect for the friction down climb. Sticky soles and very comfortable fit. This…
- James, 04/01/14
I have a very low volume foot so I was worried I wouldn't be able to get the sizing right. I had to size down around 2 sizes, standard for rock climbing. My toes were curled o…
- Kameryn, 10/17/13
The edging is great for the first few weeks. Once the shoe stretches and forms to your foot it is the best all day crack and multi-pitch shoe. I love when I get to a plush bel…
- Ryan, 09/17/13
When I first bought this I was generally new to climbing so it was a very very nice beginners shoe for someone who didn't really know what they were doing yet. Just to emphasi…
- Michelle, 01/21/14
Are these shoes worth the extra cash? Yes.
Do they feature a brilliant hue and a toe curved to perfection? Yes.
Will they hold up to indoor and outdoor climbing? Yes.
- Rebecca, 01/20/14
I have been using these as kayaking shoes and they have been excelent so far, only a couple of weeks. They are beefy infact they make me feel a bit like I am wearing high heel…
- Anne, 07/21/14
Shoes fit really well, comfortable and the bottom soles work great for cragging my local rock climbing area. Get plenty of compliments, everyone asks where I got them - from c…
- Jimmy, 07/10/14
This shoe is great! It performs well outside as well as in the gym. It excells at steep overhanging climbs but I've used it on pretty much any type of climb and I love it. It…
- Mike, 01/27/14
These things are aggressive, size up! they are great shoes on anything overhung, but still climb well in other areas too.…
- Christopher, 08/15/13
I really liked this shoe for bouldering this past season. I have somewhat of a 'heel deficiency' for heel hooks and all of my shoes in the past have come off....however, this…
- Miriam, 04/21/13
I haven't seen the originals, but the new slimmed down version stil seems quite bulky. The toe of the shoe is very boxy and looks almost like a boot. I have skinny low volum…
- HENRY, 06/17/14
I have had the Five Ten Blackwing for about a week now and have climbed in them 3 times. I am usually a 10.5 street shoe. I (sort of) sized down to a 10 in the Blackwing, and…
- Jared, 04/27/14
These shoes came really tight/uncomfortable at first but they broke in pretty quick(3 days of bouldering) and fit my foot really well. Toeing/edging is really accurate and sti…
- Neil, 08/30/13
About Five Ten:
You need to keep your feet comfortable while you climb without hindering your performance. Five Ten wants to help you do just that. A man by the name of Charles Cole took the idea of climbing rubber and shoes and turned them on their head. With the arrival of his Stealth climbing rubber, Cole was able to start producing his amazing Five Ten shoes for climbers and outdoor enthusiasts everywhere.
Don't you even start to think that only climbers can wear Five Ten shoes. On the contrary, dear friend. Five Ten footwear can be worn by a variety of outdoor sport lovers including mountain bikers, hikers, paddlers, and trail runners.
Now you're wondering which Five Ten shoes are best. I can help you with this conundrum, but it depends on what you plan on using the shoes for. Here is a quick outline of what's what. I know you will appreciate it.
Five Ten climbing shoes - Obviously, if you are going to be climbing you will want a pair of Five Ten climbing shoes. The Five Ten Anasazi climbing shoes are a great pair to wear whether you are a beginner or expert climber. The Anasazi is made with Stealth rubber soles for excellent grip and friction.
Five Ten light hiking shoes - If you're planning a short day hike, Five Ten hiking shoes are the shoes to wear. The Five Ten Camp 4 shoe is a great multi-purpose hiking shoe. The Camp 4 can also be worn as an everyday shoe. The Five Ten D'Aescent shoe is another great casual hiking shoe that is lightweight enough to be worn everyday.
If you have been contemplating climbing for the first time, treat yourself to a pair of Five Ten climbing shoes. You won't be disappointed. These puppies keep your feet comfortable during climbing while providing the best grip with their Stealth rubber soles. If you are an experienced climber looking for new shoes, why have you not purchased yourself a new pair of Five Ten shoes yet? I am disappointed in you. Not really. That's harsh. Just do it soon, please.
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