FIVE TEN ANASAZI LACE MEN'S CLIMBING SHOE
Available ColorTrace Maroon/Black/Core White
FIVE TEN ANASAZI LACE MEN'S CLIMBING SHOE
Traditional lace-up shoes for all types of climbing
A day at the crags or an evening at the gym. These quiver of one climbing shoes are equally adept indoors and out. They have a medium-stiff midsole for comfort on long routes. The slightly stretchy shape offers a blend of sensitivity and support for full days of all-purpose climbing.
- Material: TEXTILE/RUBBER
- Benefit: Stealth
- Weight: 8.3 oz (235 gm)
- Regular fit
- Lace closure
- Synthetic upper with minimal stretch
- Textile lining; Stealth® C4 rubber outsole for unbeatable grip
- Medium-stiff midsole
- Molded Stealth® Mi6 toe patch
FIVE TEN ANASAZI LACE MEN'S CLIMBING SHOE is rated out of 5 by 34.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FranJav from Comfortable & adjustable all-round climbing shoes Great Shoes!!! After trying several brand and models this one fit as a glove and I can adjust them depending how my feet feel during the session. Everything in the shoe it is so good that you will love them. Few things to consider: Heel cup is not too snug at the bottom but you can tight the laces to compensate. The border that adjust at the ankle softer could be better but as is doesn't present any issues at all. They keep my feet warmer in summer but this doesn't made my feet sweat and moving inside the shoe. I use 12 US in normal shoes and 12 in this climbing shoes. Feels they will break down a little bit.. let see the next few weeks :|
Date published: 2019-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zelphian from All Time Best The day Adidas gets rid of the Anasazi pinks is the day I quit 5.10 forever
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lucas from As solid as ever, improved heel So glad to be back in a pair of these lace-ups. I purchased a pair when they first came out many years ago (long before adidas/5.10 merge) and they helped me climb some of the most difficult climbs I ever attempted. I really like these fit a little extra snug, recommend the same for anyone. Edging is out of this world and the heels are quite improved from the original model.
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by Milkman_photos from Thin Crack Machine! Only have used it on 5.12 crack in indian creek and yosemite so far, but for cracks that you can't get your toes in and the thin face holds you are forced to use, this is the shoe. However, the laces will blow out if you jam anything bigger than tips. For jammable cracks of any size, I'd recommend the Stoneland Lace, since the lacing and rubber will last longer.
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jrock from Last shoe I'll ever wear. Hands down the best shoe I've worn. Edges on nothing, jams pretty well, and smears on glass. They fit my weird wedge shaped foot perfectly. Only complaint is that the laces are thin. Easy fix.
Date published: 2018-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by thomasn from No Doubts After Receiving I used these as "rentals" at my previous college and remembered the amount of precision I had. These appear as neutral shoes, but once you put your foot into the heel cup it was bend into its moderate position. These are very snug and even with a moderate amount of sweat still felt like they would remain snug on my feet. I personally don't like the feeling of a painful aggressive shoe and need more senstivity than my previous Evolv Defys. This pair is the perfect blend for me.
Date published: 2019-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steve Thaw from The Best! Hey, This shoe is the best. Since I have very tender skin, I inserted neoprene for the tongues and heels. Can wear them all day if need be! Beware the sizing chart was incorrect for me. I had the Anasazi slippers for over ten years and they are still going strong for a friend. Safe Climbing! Best, Steve Thaw, Moraga, CA
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Matthew M from I'll wear this shoe as long as they make it If you read nothing else - I love these shoes and if able I'll use this shoe for trad climbing for as long as I climb (as long as I am alive). Why? Real talk - there are other lace up shoes that edge and smear incredibly well and that are great for trad. Two common alternatives are the TC pros and Scarpa Maestros, and both are exceptional. However, a climbing shoe is only as good as the fit. TC pros are too narrow for me and the Maestros are too low volume top to bottom. My foot is both wide and tall and this shoe fits so well I can edge and smear on anything and wear the shoe for 8 hours of trad almost out of the box. Stealth rubber is also more malleable in my experience than Vibram. As a tall and heavy climber, this is essential because I need more rubber on holds (google coefficient of static friction, footwork can't beat physics). The difference in performance when I feel the features sink into the rubber is astounding for me. Add 2-3 grades. For me, stealth rubber just works.
Date published: 2019-10-20
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