Five Ten Anasazi Lace Climbing Shoe

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The Five Ten Anasazi Lace is a high-performance yet comfortable edging and smearing shoe designed for crack climbing, trad climbing, and long multipitch routes - anything vertical that requires support and stiffness. Show more >
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Five Ten Anasazi Lace Climbing Shoe

The Five Ten Anasazi Lace is a powerfully packaged pretty-in-pink paradigm of peak performance pinkness... okay, let's stop that there. What we mean to say is that the all-day comfort and high-performance edging and smearing climbing shoe the Five Ten Anasazi Lace is finally back in production, and this time with a lower volume heel for a better fit and the ultra-sticky Stealth C4 rubber compound. Whether you need comfort and support on long multipitch routes or precision and power on trad, sport, and crack climbs, the Anasazi Lace's stiff design with a focus on edging and smearing will keep you coming back for more - if you can ever distract yourself from the heavenly pink, that is.

Five Ten have constructed the Five Ten Anasazi Lace with a lined synthetic upper, so expect there to be the absolute minimum of stretch in the shoe. With minimal stretch, you can be assured of a reliable and constant fit even after years of heavily abusing your climbing shoe.

Tech specs

Upper material
Closure type
The Pink
0.45 kg (Size 40 EU)
Asymmetric Toe Box
Sole material
Stealth C4 Rubber
Sole thickness


Anasazi Lace Climbing Shoe

Stealth® C4™ Rubber

A high-friction rubber used on the majority of Five Ten’s shoes due of its all-round performance and versatility. Five Ten first debuted this rubber on the original approach shoe, the Five Tennie, in 1985, and since then Stealth rubber has always been developed by Five Ten themselves in direct conjunction with their shoes, unlike other shoe manufacturers who outsource their rubber. The result is a rubber that works with your shoe harmoniously.

18 product reviews

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Anasazi Lace Climbing Shoe
Based on 61 ratings
Good decision

This shoes was a gread decision. I bought it in my real size so I recomed that and I'm happy, is not a agresive shoe but anybody need a agresive shoes I think that the comfort is the most important think because if is comfortable you climbing more time and the time is only that you need for be better :)


Very stiff shoe but easy to place your feet. I wear a size down on streetsize and that works for me on Trad and multipitch. The first Pinks years ago had awful heels. 5.10 have sorted it with this model. Great allrounder but if you prefer a soft shoe,look elsewhere.

Amazing all rounders, just pick the fit for what you want.

Due to a previously broken big toe that no longer bends, climbing shoes that stretch beyond beginner are hard to come by. The Pinks saved me! The sole is fairly stiff but not 'clonky' and the toe shape encourages precise placement. Lacing to the toes also helps tailor the fit you want.

My pals have them downsized with toes crimped and love them as much as I do trad style. If you haven't had a pair get them before they're gone, it's not a model to miss!

Lovely pair of shoes, lovely enough to forgive the colour...

Great allrounder

An excellent shoe for pretty much every type of climbing. I use it for sport climbing as well as hard multi-pitches. The only downside is that the shoe digs into your achilles tendon if you wear it really long, because of the heel tension. And then there's the smell, but I guess that's caused mostly by my sweaty feet.

Big Love

Order these in your actually street shoe size do not risk downsizing. I always downsize but did on my first order and they were far too small and that was just a half size. Ordered Street size (not with EpicTV as unfortuantly they didn't have them in my size but a no hassel refund was given) and they are pefect. Now a complete five ten convert. Love the rubber. It's helping my footwork and shady smearing as they stick like poo to a stick. Not had them long so can't say how hard wearing they are but so far so good highly recommend. Just bought a pair of Blackwings so I have an agressive pair of Five tens as these are not the best for steep climbs. They were a whole size up from my anasazi if that helps with sizings.

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