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Aescent
Aescent Posted: 9/25/14
Reviewer: Michael McDonald from United States
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I've been wearing these about 3 weeks and I love them! They are light weight feeling and very comfortable. I've mountain biked in them a few times and commuted daily and I am fast becoming a flat pedal convert. I am tempted to buy more to hoard them for later!

Freerider Elements
Freerider Elements Posted: 9/24/14
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These are perfect!! Comfortable and roomy. Super sticky on my pedals as well. Definitely recommend these!!!

Maltese Falcon LT Clipless
Maltese Falcon LT Clipless Posted: 9/21/14
Reviewer: Case Ellis from Cary.Il
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

My second pair of Five Ten shoes for mountain biking. First pair lasted 7 years. Great for what they're intended to do - stick to pins on platform pedals. I have two knee replacements and have been reluctant to lock on to pedals since my surgery. While riding I barely notice that I'm not really cleated to the pedals. But great if I need quick removal of feet from pedals (yeah, I do take occasional spills etc).

Freerider VXI
Freerider VXI Posted: 9/13/14
Reviewer: Joshua Burbank from Grand Forks, North Dakota
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Awesome product, awesome shipping, all the way around awesome! Liked these so much I ordered a pair of the Freeriders, got them quick and love them too. Thanks for the stupendous service Zappos!

Canyoneer SAR
Canyoneer SAR Posted: 9/10/14
Reviewer: John W Beames from Dallas Tx.
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

Bought this shoe for ankle support and protection for my Neuropathic feet. shoe is a bit large for a comfortable fit, will have to wear some thicker socks over my compression socks.

Camp Four
Camp Four Posted: 9/9/14
Reviewer: Jodi from
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

Like most other reviews said, these run small. I normally wear an 8 and I tried an 8.5 and it was too small. I ordered a 9 somewhere else since they weren't available here and they fit better. I have narrow, low volume feet, so a 9 may be a bit roomy for me, but I'm able to tighten them up (a bit too much at first!). They're a somewhat stiff, but I'm slowly breaking them in and feel they'll give me a lot of support.

Hiangle
Hiangle Posted: 9/5/14
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

So far this has been a good training shoe - however, I have to admit that it's taken some getting used to because it is much stiffer and less sensitive than the Five Ten Dragon or Blackwing; on a positive note, it's still quite aggressive and hopefully more durable than those shoes. As far as sizing, I actually have to disagree with the earlier review - I think your street size is the way to go with this shoe. They may be tight at first, but the shoe is made of unlined leather, so it will eventually stretch almost a full size. As a women's-specific model, however, it does run narrower than many other climbing shoes I've tried - something I really like, as the heel feels super snug and secure - for heel-hook intensive boulders and routes I now prefer it to my Dragons.

Impact Vxi Clipless
Impact Vxi Clipless Posted: 8/30/14
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

SPD clip fits perfect. Walking around you can hardly tell there is a clip attached. Easy to navigate rocky terrain. It does apply some pressure on my smallest toe while riding.

Hiangle
Hiangle Posted: 8/26/14
Reviewer: Ceej from
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I ordered my usual street shoe size. These were a full size to maybe a size and a half smaller than anything that would fit on my foot. Size up. Way up.

Camp Four
Camp Four Posted: 8/21/14
Reviewer: from cape coral, florida
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I bought these shoes for a climbing/base jumping trip to Switzerland and Italy. They are by far the best shoe on the market for wet/slippery rock. I had a pair of north face Shoes with vibram soles and they slipped all over the place. They do run about a half size smaller than what I normally wear. Very comfortable shoes even after hiking for hours. The 2013 model is not very waterproof. But they redesigned them in 2014 with that in mind. Great shoes!

Rogue VCS
Rogue VCS Posted: 8/18/14
Reviewer: Nathan Kofahl from Albuquerque
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Bought these for my wife in her street shoe size. After trying them on she didn't think she could wear them any smaller. She felt they were really uncomfortable until they broke in a little, but the performance of the shoe is quite good.

Anasazi Lace-Up
Anasazi Lace-Up Posted: 8/16/14
Reviewer: Lars Ensign from South Lake Tahoe, CA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I have been climbing in these shoes for about a month now, some T-meadows trad, some sport clipping on granite, a little plastic pulling, and one very productive humid rainy day bouldering. They do a great job saddling that compromise between edging power and sensitivity/smearing ability. They are at their best on small edges, power face climbing, and cracks, but that Stealth C4 rubber has them sticking quite nicely up those pucker-inducing runout T-meadows friction pitches. I wear a 10.5-11 in a street shoe and got these in a 10. Caution if, like me, you have a LaSportiva "euro" narrow foot: the toe box is generously wide on these shoes. I already have the toe laces cranked down as far as they will go and hoping the front of the shoe won't stretch any more. I wish I could make the fronts a little narrower. My only complaint is that the lateral lip of the shoe under the lateral ankle bone "bites" a bit on the right side when I first put them on. After they warm up the pinching goes away.

Freerider K (Little Kid)
Freerider K (Little Kid) Posted: 8/15/14
Reviewer: Melissa from Vermont
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These are amazing kids sneakers! My 6 year old uses them on and off his bike. No break in period and they are durable! I can see these lasting a long time. Wish other sneakers were made this well.

Freerider Elements
Freerider Elements Posted: 8/11/14
Reviewer: mark from cali
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

These are my third pair of Five Tens. I love their shoes. I had the high top carvers first (poor sole construction but felt great). I then bought the White Tigers and these are awesome, no complaints. The black elements are quite narrow and made my feet fall asleep several times on longer rides. I hope the next pair I buy are just as wide like my first two pair. All three pairs are the same size but I can tell a difference in the elements.

Maltese Falcon LT Clipless
Maltese Falcon LT Clipless Posted: 8/11/14
Reviewer: from Seattle
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Great shoe, keeps my feet dry. Feels slightly too narrow (or I need to break them in more), and the laces keep getting caught in the velcro.

Camp Four
Camp Four Posted: 7/31/14
Reviewer: Toni APGAR from New England
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I have 3 pair of these. I never want to wear them out. They have fabulous "stick" on bare rock and so they are great approach shoes. I never slip in them unless I'm hiking in mud. Can't say enough good things about them.

Lineking
Lineking Posted: 7/30/14
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Very well made. Good quality leather and sole is made from same rubber that is used in mountain climbing shoes. These are excellent biking shoes as well as street shoes. They grip the surface with out slipping off. I wear a women's 7 1/2 and the men's 7 fits perfectly. I hope this company comes out with other styles. Although I love this shoes look.

Canyoneer 2
Canyoneer 2 Posted: 7/12/14
Reviewer: from Santa Barbara, CA
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I used this to hike the Narrows at Zion, the Escalante and some other rivers/canyons in southern Utah. Also used for dry hiking when my regular boot's lace broke. I have a very wide fore-foot but narrow ankles and usually wear 9.5/10.0. I ended up getting a 11.0 (11.5 too long, 10.5 too tight in the toe box) so I could wear a pair of 2mm Neosport neoprenes (XXL), Darn Tough quarter height wool socks (L), and a liner. For the dry approach, I'd swap in a 2nd pair of the wool socks (XL) for the neo sock. These combinations all worked great for me! I had a little heel lift on my left foot but that eventually went away. Super traction in wet/mossy conditions, decent ankle support.

Guide Tennie Canvas
Guide Tennie Canvas Posted: 7/12/14
Reviewer: Hans Kaspersetz from United States
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

This is a great shoe. I've used it for gym climbing, single rope ascending, bouldering and hiking through the jungle in Mexico. The upside and downside of this shoe is there is no cushion in the sole and the heel is narrow. The design of the shoe allows me to feel truly connected to the ground and that it is a very stable platform. It just isn't that great for walking. It also has a tendency to allow my ankles to roll when walking on uneven surfaces.

Anasazi VCS
Anasazi VCS Posted: 7/11/14
Reviewer: Lars Ensign from Lake Tahoe, CA
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I have been climbing the Sierra region (mainly Tahoe, but also Bishop area) in these shoes for almost a year now. I think they are, for the most part, awesome shoes with a few limitations. First, the good: these guys manage to strike a great balance between edging power while maintaining good sensitivity and super-stickiness on the most egregious little slight dish shapes that substitute for footholds on a lot of the egg-shaped boulders around here. I mainly climb sport routes in the 10a-11c/d range and do not do a lot of super steep routes, so the degree to which I can hook and pull with my toe with these is just fine - I do not need more downturn to the toe. The bad? The Velcro closure strap is back far enough that, once they start to soften up you cannot make the toe any tighter. Also, to be frank, the fit on the heel and heel hooking is just adequate, but that might just be my foot shape. I wear a 10½ street, a 9½ in the Anasazi. They do not stretch much but do shape to your foot a bit. The rest of the climbing shoes in my sizable collection are now just collecting garage dust since I got these.

Freerider
Freerider Posted: 7/5/14
Reviewer: Will R from Boulder, CO
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I am not going to add much to what other reviews have stated. Instant game changer for me. I use these while riding pump tracks, dirt jumps and a little slope style. A must have for riders of gravity parks and BMX where clipless is not desired.

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