FIVE TEN GUIDE TENNIE MEN'S APPROACH SHOE
FIVE TEN GUIDE TENNIE MEN'S APPROACH SHOE
Do what you want to do - hiking, scramble or climb
The Guide Tennie's hand-ground beveled climbing toe delivers precision-edging power and the Dotty™ tread coupled with Stealth® C4™ guarantees unrivaled traction on rock. An ergonomic last design, mesh lining and compression-molded midsole make the Guide Tennie comfortable when hiking long miles or engaging in technical scrambling and climbing. The durable suede leather upper provides water-resistance while remaining breathable on warm days.
- Material: Suede Leather/Synthetic
- Benefit: Stealth
- Weight: 13.2 oz (373 gm)
- Hand-ground beveled climbing toe
- Suede/synthetic upper
- Compression-molded EVA midsole
- Ergonomic last design
- Extended lacing for greater adjustability
- Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole
FIVE TEN GUIDE TENNIE MEN'S APPROACH SHOE is rated out of 5 by 18.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Griff from Not as good as the Mids I’ve had six pairs of Guide Tennie Mids through the years. Use them at work, BASE jumping, motorcycle riding and everything in between. Since they were discontinued I decided I would try these low tops. They are similar, but do not provide the same sturdy feel as the mids. Also, i can’t use them at work anymore because they don’t offer ankle protection. I have no idea why they would discontinue such an amazing boot, but I’ll have to go elsewhere for footwear now.
Date published: 2019-07-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by Brian123 from Please redesign This would be the best approach shoe ever if it didn't delaminate. I've warrantied the shoe 2 times in less than a year. The stealth rubber is amazing and sticks very well to every surface. The improvement in padding around the heel and drop in weight is nice. This 2017 model doesn't gouge my heel like the 2015 model. I will continue to buy them and would recommend them to people but anticipate warrantying them. I hope that they redesign them soon or make improvements so they don't delaminate.
Date published: 2019-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dakine from Super comfort I have used these on my local crag which has a steep, loose approach. They work very well and are grippy on the rock and protect well in the corners and off camber. They are holding up so far with about 30 miles of road and trails so far.
Date published: 2019-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hutch7 from Clean well designed shoe The Guide Tennie Approach shoe is a durable, well designed shoe that offers a clean, low profile look. Regretfully I ordered the right size but it does not fit properly. I was an avid user of the Guide Tennie mid GTX and am disappointed to see it discontinued. It provided good ankle support without excessive stiffness, waterproof, excellent grip, breath-ability, room for thick socks and a clean, cool appearance. A great four season shoe. Please consider bringing this product back.
Date published: 2019-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wire Nut from Awesome shoe Not only the best approach shoe on the market hands down a great all around shoe. I wish I came in a mid.
Date published: 2019-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by bockv1313 from Great shoe.... Climbed the Grand Teton via the Direct Exum route back in 2009 in this shoe. I vividly recall stemming in my Guide Tennies on dime edges in the dihedral on the "V" pitch of the Upper Exum while looking several thousand feet below. I still own the same shoes and the only complaint I have is that the back of the sole is delaminating. I see this has been fixed with the new model with the sole extending up the back of the shoe!
Date published: 2019-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by shoome from 5-10 is a ten love 5.10 shoes. i have three pairs of tennies. great looking, solid fit. looking forward to getting these out on the trails.
Date published: 2019-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by NM Ben from Fantastic - Near flawless I've had the 2016 version of this shoe for awhile. I've never really liked it. Uncomfortable, strange, but so grippy I have no choice but to use it anyway. I am far, far more pleased with this version of the shoe. It's comfortable, the grip still exceeds logic (on natural surfaces. I wouldn't try parkour, the grip sucks on man-made surfaces, which is fine. It sticks to rock, I'm not kidding, far better than it logically should. Amazing). I'd buy a full size up. The only reason that this isn't the perfect shoe humanity has invented is that the tongue has nothing attaching it to the rest of the shoe, and thus not preventing sand and grit from working its way into the interior of the shoe. That's the one feature they had right in the 2016 version - A web of cloth that prevents ingress. This one little nitpick is not significant, and should not sway you not to purchase the shoe. When grip matters, I wear this shoe, period. Good stuff.
Date published: 2019-06-12
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