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Five Ten Hiangle Pro Climbing Shoe

(7) |
6 reviews |
FV474442
The Five Ten Hiangle Pro features a classic Hiangle design but with super sticky C4 rubber and no edge technology on the inside of the shoe for toe wrapping. Show more >
RRP: $143.00
$120.92
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Five Ten Hiangle Pro Climbing Shoe

The Hiangle Pro Climbing Shoe is a shoe that every climber looking to push their level either in competition climbing or steep hard bouldering and sport climbing will want to have. The Hiangle Pro features Five Ten's incredibly sticky and famous C4 rubber that is second to none when it comes to standing on slippery volumes, smearing or standing on tiny polished edges whether that's in the climbing gym or on the rock.

The edges of the shoe are 3.5mm thick which goes into a 2.1mm thickness at the wrap around that blends into the toe rubber, this thickness gives the shoe the perfect mix between great durability and sensitivity which is great for finding the perfect part of that tiny edge you have to stand on. The heel on the Hiangle Pro is rounder than the heel on the regular Hiangle which sucks your heel into the shoe and prevents any slips when you're doing really tenuous heel hooks. The heel is also completely covered in rubber so you can get maximum rubber contact to the rock.

The upper on these shoes is an unlined microfibre build which helps it to keep its shape over the shoes life and has minimal stretch for a great fit. They are extremely downturned which is great for steep climbing, it allows you to hook onto the foothold better keeping your body into the wall saving energy and power, they are also quite soft which makes them great at smearing and standing on those very slippery volumes.

All these features make for a very impressive shoe that is built to excel at competition climbing and steep sport climbing and bouldering.

Tech specs

Upper material
Synthetic
Flex
Soft
Closure type
Velcro
Color
Black
Weight
0.45 kg (Size 40 EU)
Last
Asymmetric
Sole material
Stealth C4 Rubber
Sole thickness
3.5mm
Profile
Downturned
Lining
Unlined

Features

Hiangle Pro 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.

6 product reviews

Average rating

Hiangle Pro Climbing Shoe
(7)
4.6
Based on 7 ratings
First five-ten shoe.

Shipping was super fast. Sizing was perfect. Cant wait to try it on the wall.

Awesome shoes

They fit my feet very well like wearing a rubber socks.

So close to the og 5.10 teams

Great indoor shoe, and its very close to the og team 5.10s. Getting used to the wrap around edge takes a couple of sessions but it feels good once you learn how to climb in the shoe. The shoes does stretch about a half size. Street shoe I wear 10.5 and I use to wear 9.5 in the old hiangles and thus I got 9.5 in these, which is pretty spot on for a training shoe fit, if i were to compete in these id probably bag my feet and squeeze into a 9. Only complaint is the lack of heel, it fits well but there's no back bar like the old hiangles/teams, and they just feel less precise, and thin, kinda similar to the lime green 5.10 teams. I think if they made the heel a little better this would be a great shoe, instead its just a good shoe. Will probably stick with this shoe for the next little while for indoor climbing regardless.

Great shoe

These are my first five ten shoes and I love them from the colour to the fit and performance, they are great on the competition circuit at my local venue

Team 2.0?

Same fit/footbox feel as the hiangle, but significantly softer build and glove-like fit on the heel. Feels like a modern incarnation of the Team 5.10 shoe!

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