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Five Ten Anasazi Pro Climbing Shoe - Men's
The new version of the Anasazi that's more comfortable and better for technical climbing. The Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men has an Mi6 toe patch, whereas the original Anasazi had none, and the closure system has been updated with newer materials to make it more comfortable and breathable. The Pro is thus much better for boulderers looking to toe-hook, but it's still a fantastic all-round shoe that's good for sport, bouldering, and multi-pitch.
The Ansazi Pro Men features a neutral profile with an asymmetric toe-box that make it a highly comfortable shoe, but it's still pretty precise. The stiff midsole is ideal for longer climbs and edging, and the Stealth C4 outsole will perform on everything. The Pro has a little more heel tension to make it a bit more aggressive and precise than before.
If you are used to the old Anasazi Pro when it was manufactured in the US then we suggest going a whole size up for the same fit
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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.
8 product reviews
I bought this shoe to have an all around performance shoe to my collection. I purchased a 43 1/3 pair with the intention of them being snug but not having my toes to crimped up. I wear a 41 La Sportiva Solution as my primary sending shoe for overhanging routes/bouldering which are fairly tight. The Anasazi pro is a good fit and I can keep them on for a whole session without needing a breather for my toes. The heel is well fitted to my foot and allows for no slip heel hooks. The toe box is kind of an unusual fit with some space above my foot in my fore foot. The toes are all the way against the end of the shoe but there is some space above. Took a little getting adjusted too but I still generate very good power through the toe and can toe hook very well. Would highly recommend these if looking for a all around comfort shoe that can perform in various styles of climbing and terrain.
I bought this shoe on sale a while back (3 months back). I bought this specifically for indoor bouldering. Although it is stiff, it is also surprisingly versatile, very much comparable to my blue Instinct. It is exceptionally good on modern volume slab.
Sizing - 42.5 (Instinct), 43 (Anasazi Pro). I could go a little tighter on Anasazi Pro, but wanted a pair to be able to wear it all-session.
Epic TV's video review of the shoe is spot on. The heel, if still perfectible, is much improved compared to the previous version. The rubber is as perfect as ever. Looks like I will still not be changing climbing shoe model this time around. In terms of sizing the comments are right: this model is tighter than the previous one. I wear street 42 (FR) and went for 41 1/3, they are usable but very tight. It took about 4 indoor sessions to break them in.
It’s great climbing shoe, great rubber, great for boldering...
the break in period was horrible , i slipped on small edges and i missed the feeling of a softer shoe . but after a while a started to fall in love with this shoe .its comfortable ,after the break in period you get the response you need. toe hooking i super, heel hooking is good , smearing super ,small edges super.my foot : 26 cm long and 10cm wide ,i wear size 7. i could wear half a size smaller but it isnt necessary