FIVE TEN FREERIDER PRO MENS MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE
FIVE TEN FREERIDER PRO MENS MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE
Durable biking shoes with proven grip for the mountain and town
All-day comfort on and off the mountain. These flat pedal biking shoes provide grip and durability for all-mountain and enduro riding. An impact-resistant toe box complements the medium-stiff build for a responsive ride. The signature sticky rubber and purpose-built tread pattern keep your feet firmly planted on your pedals. The shoes have a casual look for times off the bike.
- Material: SYNTHETICS
- Benefit: Stealth, Flats
- Weight: 12.2 oz (345 gm)
- Regular fit
- Lace closure
- Fast-drying synthetic upper
- Textile lining; Stealth® S1 rubber outsole for unbeatable grip
- Medium-flex molded EVA midsole; Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite® sockliner
- Impact-resistant Poron® toe box
FIVE TEN FREERIDER PRO MENS MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE is rated out of 5 by 45.
Rated 3 out of 5 by fastkevin from Getting Tighter As "Pistol' said, the right toe box is tighter/narrower than the left. I thought something was wrong with my fricken foot until I read his review. I had to buy totally different model, and even then size up to 11(from 10) just so there was enough room in the toe box. I don't understand what 5-10 is doing. I've still gotta paid of Sam Hill's(with the predictable front rubber delaminating from the show) that fit me perfect in a 10. Up til a 2-3 years ago, 5-10's fit me perfectly. Now, it's like they're sizing them for for people with smaller and narrower feet, who want to feel 'bigger' by buying larger sizes. I'm on the verge of shopping other brands, and that's something I haven't done in a decade+
Date published: 2018-05-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by Nick001 from Narrow Toe Box I had to send these back because the toe box was too narrow, I’ve been wearing freeriders for 10 years, and this is the first sizing issue. Maybe it’s the new model, but I also wonder if this has to do with different notions of fitment since Adidas bought out the company. I hope not. Love the 5/10 soles but not these do not seem Designed with the notion that feet swell put in the trail. I supppse I could try a size up, or a different model. Maybe others will have better luck, but these do not appear to be true to the gut chart, at lest in my case, and may be designed for people with more narrow feet.
Date published: 2019-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by MTB Xterra from Best Shoe for riding flats Ever! My wife bought these shoes for me Christmas 2017 and I have put close to 700 miles of mountain bike riding on them. They still feel great, look great, and stick to the pedals. It's unbelievable how well they hold your foot to the pedal. They have protected my feet/toes on numerous pedal strikes and a few crashes. They are surprisingly comfortable to walk in even though they are stiff for support on the pedals. I wouldn't want to walk all day in them for miles, but they are comfortable. The laces are amazing as well. They stay tied unlike my normal running shoes.
Date published: 2019-02-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by Tranqui_Yanqui from Great shoe let down by poor construction After my first ride, the first (toe side of foot) lace hole tore while riding. I think their must be some predisposing fragility in this area because I didnt do anything aggressive. The lace got caught on a pedal pin, pulling the lace, and ultimately tearing the shoe eyelet. This is the second issue I've had with this shoe model. The previous Freeride Pro I returned immediately because it was defective (pic attached). I have previously had good luck with 5.10's and have been disappointed with the quality since Adidas acquired them. I emailed them recently but havent heard back, hence this poor review.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by STW1 from Awesome shoe just the best shoe available for riding flat pedals. it's just that simple. these are the best. note that sizing is different from older shoes. If you were riding the original free riders, for example in size 8.5, you will want to size these up to 9 or maybe even 9.5
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perpetualweekend from Best flat pedal shoe These Freerider Pro's are the best-performing flat pedal shoes I've worn. I wear 10.5US M in most shoes and have owned two pairs of these in 10.5 -These Freerider Pros have stiff midsoles which aids pedaling efficiency. They're quite stiff out of the box, not so much as spd shoes, but much stiffer than other bike-specific non-spd shoes I've owned. Forefoot flex limbers up and pedal feel gets a more sensitive after a few days -They fit longer than most other 5.10 shoes but those couple mm's of space in front of my toes has proved useful when tagging rocks. Toe box wiggle room plus some stiff material under the plastic toe guard has probably saved me from a broken toe or two. -If they get soaked from rain or stream crossings, they dont absorb much water weight, the snug fit doesnt change, and dry overnight (unlike Impacts and skate shoes). -Durability is great. Wore one pair for about 18 months, riding year round, before buying a new pair. That first pair is now on it's second life as kayaking shoes. Even with worn down and pedal-chewed soles, the rubber compound is like suction cups for walking on wet rocks
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dirtdiddy from Great shoe Please do not change or stop making this shoe. Durability comfort and support as well as the tacky soles that Velcro themselves to my peddles. Da best! Worth every penny.
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by Pistol from Jury still out Bought these based on price and good reviews. Had been using fiveten Spitfires for the past 3 years. My Spitfires fit like a glove, are still working great with lots of tread life left but just wanted a change. These pros are definately stiffer in the soles and the reinforced toe box is a nice feature. Im still not sure I like how they fit, they seem to feel really narrow even though I went up a size (10.5) because reviews said it runs tight in the toe width. Funny thing with these is my rt. shoe fits tighter than the left even though my left foot is a tad larger than my right. After a 3 hour ride I can feel pain in my foot. I might have to use a shoe tree to strech the right and then see if it feels looser. Like I said I got these shoes for 100.00 so will keep them and see if they grow on me. Oh, one other thing my 3 year old Spitfires have better pedal grip than these new Freerider Pros. Go figure?
Date published: 2018-05-26
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