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Five Ten Guide Tennie Mid

(46) |
1 review |
FIV15APRM_SHOGUTMBG_39.5
The current version of the classic Guide Tennie approach shoe from Five Ten is a little more comfortable and supportive for hiking and carrying loads than before... Show more >
RRP: 140,00 €
89,00 €
Sorry, this product is discontinued.

Five Ten Guide Tennie Mid

The current version of the classic Guide Tennie approach shoe from Five Ten is a little more comfortable and supportive for hiking and carrying loads than before, while retaining the climbing performance that has made it so popular. Thirty years ago this was the original approach shoe, and the small changes over the years have refined its all-round performance and seen a reduction in weight. Five Ten have added a rockered last to make walking even more comfortable, and the Stealth C4 rubber sole smears better than anything on all types of rock - we can see why it's such a popular choice!

Tech specs

SOLEStealth C4
UPPERNubuck Leather
CLOSURELaces
WEIGHT900g (per Pair)1

Features

Guide Tennie Mid

Stealth C4 Sole

Tried and true, Stealth C4 is a specially developed rubber used in the soles of Five Ten climbing shoes. It is super sticky and allows climbers to stick to barely-there edges, lock into smears on microscopic nubbins and cruise up technical terrain with unparalleled confidence in their footwork.

1 product review

Average rating

Guide Tennie Mid
(46)
4.1
Based on 46 ratings
These Shoes Rock !

These shoes are awesome! They climb very well. Friction is great for an approach shoe, They edge nice and you'll easily climb all day long in them without ever feeling the need of taking them off.
They walk very comfortable too, with great cushoning below the heel and enough support when carrying mediocre loads, even on rougher trails.

This is a "Good Weather" shoe, and I rated it as such.
On steep wet terrain, other then solid rock, they offer no friction whatsoever, and they become dangerous. Also on grass, snow, mud and everything else wet, you don't want these on, as they become frightingly slippery.

a lot of people don't like the thin laces, but I do. They operate very smooth, and after finding the ideal way to lace the shoes adjusting is easy. For walking I like them a bit loose, but for climbing tight. That's easy with these.

They were brand new when I climbed the Koftörlgrat in the Wilder Kaiser with them. I loved them. During the week they became more comfortable every day, so you could say they need some breaking in. The rubber sole loosened at the edge in 2 places, but nothing that can't be fixed easily with a few drops of superglue.

I am in love with these shoes, and will from now on probably always have a pair of Tennies ready in the hall.

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