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Five Ten Hiangle Women's Climbing Shoe
The Five Ten Hiangle Women's is a low-volume version of what is described as "the most comfortable" of Five Ten's downturned shoes, with an all-round performance that is relaxed enough for all day climbing, yet aggressive enough to tackle steep, overhanging routes
The Five Ten Hiangle Women's features Five Ten's Stealth® C4™ rubber, with a thicker application than most of their downturned shoes (4mm) which give it the stiffest profile, and thus the greatest support of the foot, whilst still maintaining an aggressive line, perfect for the versatile climber who wants a shoe that will perform across a variety of different mediums with a balance between all-day comfort and performance. The unlined leather upper will stretch about a half-size, and the single Velcro closure is designed for comfortability and ease of access. C4™ performs well both indoors and outdoors by blending friction and durability, and has exceptional edging performance.
If you are used to the old Hiangle when it was manufactured in the US then we suggest going a whole size up for the same fit
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Pink / Yellow
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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.
3 product reviews
Very good fitting heel, well made, good edge. Don't stretch too much and are comfortable. Good for bouldering
Been climbing for 6yrs and do mostly bouldering. The shoe has excellent rubber as most 5.10 shoes do, this shoe is a good compromise between comfort, precision and aggressiveness. I find it works perfectly fine both indoors and outdoors, it provides quite good support, is quite stiff and therefore not the optimal shoe in terms of sensitivity but that depends a bit on your style of routes. My first pair lasted for about 10months with bouldering 3-4 times pr week so quite durable I would say. The main issue when it was worn out was the leather around the ancle stretching and also I tend to toe hook a lot so the rubber on top wore down. The shoe itself does not stretch a lot so opt for your correct size from the beginning.
I loved these shoes!
I have been wearing Blackwing for the last 3 years however it seems that I will switch to Hiangle at least for bouldering.
Regarding size I wear the same as on Blackwing.