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In 1990 Five Ten® introduced a shoe for every climber's arsenal — the Anasazi MoccAsym. Low profile for thin cracks and equipped with the unique Asym™ heel slingshot, this slipper delivers exceptional precision and versatility. Its Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole ensures maximum traction.
  • Material: CLARINO
  • Moderate Profile
  • Clarino Upper
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe, love the synthetic upper I have been wearing the Anasazi line since the late 90's and this stays true to what I love about this line overall. This shoe is a bit less stiff than my pink lace ups or my southwest's, so I use it for Gym Bouldering and Sport routes. It does not stretch much (1/2 size at best) which I like as I know its not going to stretch much when choosing size, I went with my street shoe size which fit perfectly as all my older anasazi's where the same size. It is a bit difficult to get on during the break in period, but very easy to slip off. I would highly recommend this shoe to someone looking for a good all around shoe.
Date published: 2019-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great indoor shoe Well I mostly just climb indoors, so I'm sure its great outdoor too! I sized down 1/2 size from my street shoe size and find they broke in perfectly for a comfortable 2 hr session 3x/week. After a few hours my feet get a bit sweaty and the shoes feel a tad sloppy when smearing or stemming, but edging is surprisingly confident. My only gripe would be that the heel is totally unprotected. I've never had trouble heel-hooking, but some overhang hooks are downright painful on my achilles in these. I've heard the natural leather Mocs have been ripping, but I assure you that I have a very high instep and these are NOT easy to get into, yet I have not managed to damage the synthetic material despite making my best effort to rip the shoe in half.
Date published: 2019-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just as great as original, with less stretch! I am a huge fan of the Moccasym. I use them for bouldering and sport routes. The minimal features and extremely sticky C4 Stealth rubber are all you need most of the time in my opinion. I recently took a break from wearing my aggressive shoes and solely using these. The results were actually better! The synthetic version is just as great as the all leather originals, but I actually like that the stretch after break in is very minimal. The material is also a lot more comfortable than the leather. Overall I say you get the same great performance as the red Moccasym, the white color is fresh, and yeah these shoes heel hook great for me, edge like nothing else, and smear incredibly well!
Date published: 2019-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fit: comfortable and technical I bought this shoe after seeing the video of Chris Sharma sending Dream catcher in the original leather mocs... Haven't sent it yet but hopefully soon! All jokes aside it's proven to be a great shoe that is the perfect for everything from small balancy feet on slab to hard pulling on bad heel hooks and is my most comfortable shoe yet across all climbing styles.
Date published: 2019-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Runs small I have a pair of the red leather Mocs in 11 that are comfy for me and I can wear with thin socks on cold days or just be comfortable in on all day climbs. But I ordered a 10.5 in the white synth and they are way too tight. I can cram my foot in but it’s painful.
Date published: 2019-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great so fat I think they are really comfortable, they don’t stretch as much which is a plus for me as I don’t have to buy them so tight to begin with. Quality seems excellent so far.
Date published: 2019-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crazy comfort These shoes are such a nice and mellow style, it was a bit surprising that the elastic around the bridge of the foot was still comfortable for me, even with my high bridges. I think the only downside is that these synthetics don't stretch, making one shoe either a little loose or the other shoe might be too tight. This happened to me, but the comfort is getting better as the rubber breaks in, even if the lining won't.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Go To shoe for everything I started climbing 9 months ago and after the 5 month period and sending a few indoor V10’s I realized that climbing in downturned shoes was making sticking to footholds almost effortless with downturned shoes so I figured I’d challenge myself more with a more neutral flat shoe to also better my footwork and improve overall climbing strength and core strength so I initially picked up the red leather moccs but to no surprise they stretched and just aren’t as tight as these I later picked Thee who not much after and to my surprise they are completely different they’re much tighter and more narrow than the leather moccs and feel just as tight and secure as when I first got them 3 months ago heel hooks are surprising good in these if fitted tight enough (i size my shoes very tight) obviously aren’t as good as other more aggressive shoes such as the dragons or Hiangles with heel hooking but still really good for a slip on shoe no toe rubber but the synthetic material I’ve found to be tough enough to stand up to pretty aggressive heel and toe hooks! These are my favorite and my go to shoe for indoor or outdoor I wear them everyday I climb for hours and don’t feel the need to take them off because they don’t hurt these shoes are serious great I was able to send a a hard V11 while wearing them so that should speak for themselves 5.10 shouldn’t ever discontinue this shoe they’re phenomenal
Date published: 2019-08-03
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