FIVE TEN MOCCASYM MEN'S CLIMBING SHOE
FIVE TEN MOCCASYM MEN'S CLIMBING SHOE
Do-it-all climbing slipper with a soft leather build
Project or problem. These climbing shoes deliver comfort and simplicity in an easy-on, easy-off design. They're an updated version of the shoe that set the bar for low-profile climbing slippers. A full leather upper conforms to your foot for lasting comfort. The soft build is well suited for crack climbing and gym training sessions.
- Material: LEATHER/RUBBER
- Benefit: Stealth
- Weight: 8.6 oz (245 gm)
- Regular fit
- Elastic slipper closure
- Unlined stretchy leather upper
- Stealth® C4 rubber outsole for unbeatable grip
- Soft midsole
FIVE TEN MOCCASYM MEN'S CLIMBING SHOE is rated out of 5 by 58.
Rated 1 out of 5 by PNWclimber from Tore after a session or two Wore once while forerunning boulders. Seemed fine, maybe a little stiff, but it's brand new so it makes sense. Take them to Leavenworth to climb a few days later and see that the leather next to the stitching on the leather upper is torn. I put them on and a couple hours later revealed that the other side of the same shoe now also had a tear next to the stitching. Overall, I'm fairly disappointed. I had just lost my older pair of Moccs I purchased a couple of years ago, and now I find that the quality of shoe itself has declined? I'm now looking at different brands to find a decent climbing shoe, and am returning the Moccasyms ASAP.
Date published: 2018-05-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by gabrielv from Sad to hear about quality I have owed Mocs since 2015 and I love them! They are great for crack. Sad to hear everyone's shoes are tearing so easily. These are the longest lasting 5.10 shoes I have ever owned, no holes or tears. The rubber on the toe is finally starting to break through (which I would expect, they have lasted so much longer than I thought!), so I need a replacement soon. They are brought me so much joy at Indian Creek, Joshua Tree, Red Rock- all the classics for crack climbing. After reading all these reviews, however, I think I am going to switch brands. Sad to see the quality has depleted, mine lasted forever in climbing shoe time.
Date published: 2019-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by MRB123 from Poor quality I had a similar issue with a pair of Mocs I bought a couple of months ago. Within a month of climbing once or twice at the gym the leather tore all along the side of the shoe. I may be imagining things but the fit was a bit off from the several other pairs I had before as well. I am definitely concerned that my favorite shoe ever is becoming a victim of the adidas take over. Hope things change with the next batch so I can keep rocking the mocs.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by fbcu96 from Shoddy Leather Quality I bought a new pair these and tore a hole in the leather through the top of the toe before I'd even had them a month (and they're not the primary shoe I wore during that time). I'm really disappointed in the quality of the materials in this shoe. I really love Moccs and they're super sensitive, but if Adidas buying 5.10 means their shoes are going to fall apart then I'm not relying on the brand anymore.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by ixxe from Very Poor Quality Leather Let me start by saying that I love 5.10 shoes. I have the other two Anasazi's: lace-ups and VCS and would highly recommend them. I was hoping to complete my Anasazi set with the Mocc. I ordered a size 7 (39.5), and I wear a size 8. Very normal to order two sizes down for an all-leather shoe that stretches. After only ONE MONTH of gym climbing and one outdoor bouldering session, these shoes tore at the ankle (see photo). I did some research, and it seems the recent batch of Moccs are suffering from the same very poor workmanship/materials, while older versions of this shoe last forever. I have been climbing for over 17 years, so I don't (hopefully) think this was due to poor footwork. My fear is that Adidas may be trying to cut corners. I hope they correct this problem, because the Moccs fit great and felt wonderful while climbing. Shoes should be made to last for years, not weeks. Please fix this, Five Ten. It would be a tragedy if we lost your reliable quality.
Date published: 2018-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sam I from Amazing Shoe - Terrible Quality These are some of the best all around climbing shoes, when it comes to fit. However, the leather quality is absolutely pathetic. They ripped at the seams my first time using them outside. The rips have spread to the point where these are now glorified tennis shoes. For $120, I expected the shoe to last a couple months - not a couple days.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by Spencer C from Leather tore within a month! This model shoe was excellent until Adidas bought them, and now they wear out before you can resole a single time..? Is throwaway culture is spreading to climbing next? I hope this was just a bad batch, but it feels a little coincidental. Waste of money until we see a return to better quality.
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anthony2 from Heartbroken - once favorite but no longer trusted I used Moc's for many years as my go-to shoe for gym, warm ups, and long days outdoors. I loved how they balanced comfort, simplicity, and performance all into a budget friendly workhorse of a shoe. When my old Moc's finally gave up the ghost, I didn't hesitate even for a minute to pick up a brand new pair. While trying on the new pair still in the store, the leather in the heel ripped. Thinking it must be a fluke, I purchased an undamaged new pair. I managed to climb exactly one pitch before the same failure happened again. By the time my partner and I finished the climb, the rip had progressed to the point where the shoe no longer fit securely. By the time I got home to request a refund, the heel loop of the other shoe ripped.
Date published: 2019-05-02
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