All-day riding performance and adjustability
The Freerider Contact features Stealth® Mi6™ rubber, our softest rubber compound. Our innovative and treadless Contact Outsole™ under the ball of the foot allowing for quick, on-the-fly adjustments without lug interference.
- Material: Polyester Textile/TPU
- Benefit: Stealth, Flats
- Weight: 13.7 oz (387 gm)
- Abrasion resistant textile & synthetic upper
- Added toe cap protection
- Stiff, compression-molded EVA midsole
- Low-profile, performance fit
- Mi6™ rubber offers superior pin penetration and maximizes pedal contact
FREERIDER CONTACT is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Steezyflee from Horrible durability These shoes are great if you’re only planning on wearing them once or twice. They have good ankle support for being a low top shoe, the soles are super grippy with flat pedals, everything you want in a good mtn bike flat pedal shoe except for the longevity in materials. After the first couple rides I had wore through the soles of the shoe and had chunks flapping off. After a month of riding them I can now see through the sole into the guts and the hard plastic siding is now unmatched and dangles. Good shoe but poor construction and too soft of materials especially for the price tag.
Date published: 2018-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ryno from Great Grip, Disgusting Durability Like the other reviews, this shoe would be great except for the fact that it doesn't last at all. The rubber isn't durable enough and the stitching on the toe should wrap all the way around the sole like the original freerider shoe. Why make a shoe with the thinnest and least durable section under the arch of the shoe where the pedal contacts the shoe the most? This would have a five star review it could event last a single season without completely falling apart.
Date published: 2018-05-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Boom from Great fit and grip, very poor durability. After only 2 rides I had holes in the soles, and after half a season of light riding the middle of the sole had separated from the shoe. And the sole is now at a point where I can see the inside materials of the shoes. They're holding together, but barely. For a higher priced shoe I expect decent durability. Especially for someone who only rides at most once a week.
Date published: 2018-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by canuck from Great shoe , not that durable as with many of the other review on here i'm stoked with the performance. They my second pair of Fiveten bike shoes (and not my last) but these are no where near as durable as the first pair after about 15 rides the grip is finished and separating from the mid sole .... even so ill likely buy another pair. Its just a shame to have to purchase new shoes each season when the upper is totally fine ...
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Merlin from Nice shoe/Great price I use 5/10’s exclusively for riding and the Freerider at $120 is a good price and by signing up for the email blasts I was able to score another $20 off making for a very nice deal. I was already using a pair of Impacts and I find the freeriders to be tackier and lighter which are both pluses for me.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by aziator from Best shoe for flats! This shoe is perfect for all mountain riding. Feet stick to the pedals, has just the right amount of stiffness in the foot bed. I will be ordering another pair to mix up the colors. You can't go wrong with this shoe!
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Todd in Colorado from Great shoe for mountain biking I really like this shoe for mountain biking. It is super sticky on flat pedals and is good on the ground when hiking the bike.
Date published: 2018-06-02
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