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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.
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0.45 kg (Size 40 EU)
Asymmetric Toe Box
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Stealth C4 Rubber
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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.
23 product reviews
I climb and boulder mainly indoors, on average four times a week, and unfortunately, even thought I only used this pair for the past two months, the rubber part of the toes for both feet is already severely damaged. The tearing up started after a bit more than a month after starting climbing with them, and the left toe is now completly opened.
Apart from their low durability, they are very comfortable and are on point when it comes to small foothold or hell hooks. However when using the size convertor from the epic.tv site, I ended up buying them in size 43, but they are too big. As my street size is 43 and my past shoes where size 42, I would recommend buying them half a size to a full size smaller.
Overall, those are good shoes for not very regular climbers eventhough they are very much expensive.
In less than 4 months and around 23 pitches the shoes are done :/ holes through both shoes near knuckles and ripped the fabric above the heel rand. Good for indoor climbing, same street side worked for me,, rubber wasnnot bad that all for edging. Materials, durability and quality do not equate to a $150 I paid for these shoes. Super sad How I wasted my mo, a my this shoes.
Was a bit stiff on first three uses, but took a how shower with them and they molded perfectly on my feet.
For some reason even dough my right foot is a half size bigger then my right, it fit better on the right at the beginning.
I can edge things that I could not before so yes it's an amazing shoe/
Bought these essentially for multi-pitch climbing after reading some praising reviews online. My first pair of 5.10's as i tried a few before but never really got a good fitting heel. They seem to have changed the design and it makes quite a diference: fit is perfect for me.
I sized them a full size down from my street shoes and a size up from most of my La Sportiva's. They felt tight putting them on but molded fast to my feet on the first couple of sessions and now they are really comfy with no dead space but no hot spots either.
Laces are good and do help to get a good fit but the design is not as fast to lace up as my Katana's.
Sole is stiff and supportive and feels great on small edges. Happy with the rubber which seems really sticky.
High praise for EpicTV's customer service. I ordered a first pair which felt too large and them ordered two more pairs on two different smaller sizes. Kept one and returned the other two. Process was very straightforward and hassle free.
Great shoe! Have done me well on Peak grit and Northumberland sandstone crags and they're definitely my go to "trad" shoe now. Stiff soled but comfortable enough to spend a good few hours in.