FIVE TEN TRAILCROSS LT MEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE
Available ColorBlack/Grey Two/Solar Red
FIVE TEN TRAILCROSS LT MEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE
Designed with bikepacking in mind, these shoes blend a lightweight, trail-running-inspired build with a pedal-friendly and high-friction Stealth® Phantom rubber outsole. The quick-drying, breathable upper keeps your feet comfortable through a variety of terrain and elements.
Ride, eat, sleep, repeat and enjoy. The Five Ten Trailcross LT Mountain Bike Shoes scramble over rocky terrain and kick it at camp just as well as they grip pedals. Quick to dry after a stream crossing and comfortable enough for all-day wear, you've found the do-it-all adventure bike shoes for the road less travelled.
- Material: SYNTHETICS/TEXTILE
- Benefit: Stealth, Flats
- Weight: 12.2 oz (346 gm)
- Lace closure
- Breathable mesh upper
- Raised ankle collar height for protection
- Lightweight biking and hiking shoes
- Lightweight, durable EVA midsole
FIVE TEN TRAILCROSS LT MEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE is rated out of 5 by 153.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bakeshow from Almost perfect After 5 rides with these I’m very pleased. The bottom is tried and true for great grip, but not only does this shoe look much better (in my opinion) than a free ride as example, but it feels better to walk in. The toe bed is plenty wide, the toe itself is hardened, but right back from that it’s supremely breathable. Almost too breathable for cool weather riding (in the 40’s). The first couple rides one shoe was uncomfortably rubbing my ankle bone as the groove didn’t line up the best with where my ankle bone jutted out but that seems to have broken in by now. Overall no complaints, wish there was more colors maybe. Highly recommend for riders that like flats but don’t want a skateboarder looking shoe.
Date published: 2020-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stuffy from SWEET SHOES Coming from Freeriders.... 1. Order at least 1/2 to full size smaller, I wore a 12 Freeriders and the the 11 Trailcross fits good. 2. These Trailcrosses drain and dry so much quicker than the Freeriders. Nice improvement. 3. Lighter, going to be nice in the heat of the summer wearing these. 4. Soles grip as good or better than Freeriders. Great job with these shoes Adidas/510, really happy with them so far after 10 rides. .
Date published: 2020-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by TXMTBMonkey from Awesome MTB shoe for warmer days! I have owned Free Riders and most recently the Sleuth TLD which I love. But, have been looking for a bit lighter, cooler shoe for our Texas summers and this it THE shoe. This is the first Five Ten that I have used that I completely forget that I’m wearing. They are mega comfy and stick to my Pedaling Innovations pedals like every other Five Ten. I went up 1/2 size and had to return them. True size was perfect. Great alternative Five Ten to their other tough, but heavy and hot shoes!
Date published: 2020-05-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by rhamej from Cuff needs work So far I've put about 100 miles on them. Pro's: Very comfortable. They dry so much faster than the regular freeriders. Sole is very stiff. Con's: The cuff is horrible for mountain biking. After every ride I am dumping out so much debris from my shoes. The skater style cuff of the Freeriders or Freerider Pros are so much better at keeping stuff out. If I were to buy these again, I'd get the mids for the neoprene ankle cover to keep debris out.
Date published: 2020-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by F1xster from A good alternative to the Freerider Pro Comfort and breathability are great! Issues that I’d like to see addressed 1- Sizing like previous reviews have mentioned. I wish I had seen these previously because these might run a half size smaller than what you’d wear in say the Freerider Pro. Adidas and Five Ten product folks should adjust their sizing to match across the brands. 2- Either the tongue padding should be thicker (at least where you tie them) OR run thicker laces. The laces on the Trailcrosses are thin and cut through the tongue (also thin - I believe to enhance cooling). You could keep the laces and run a thicker padded section on the upper tongue area thus keeping the breathability. Compare the laces and tongue to the Freerider Pro to see what I’m talking about. I run HT AE03 flat pedals with long pins - these shoes grip great - may need to get shorter pins
Date published: 2020-04-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by pavementhum from Nice shoe for hotter weather I bought these for Southern Utah and California's hot summers. While it hasn't been above 90 yet, the shoes breath well and are quite comfortable. I almost any situation, they are as supportive on the pedals as the regular 5 10 shoes. The only places I wouldn't take these are mud bogs, bike parks, and full on body armor downhills. For me, the collar edge could be padded a bit more and cut lower. I have big ankle bones, and when I my foot is laterally rotated, the shoe has a sharp edge that irritates. It's not a big deal since this isn't a position I'm in long enough for it to be a problem.
Date published: 2020-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ranier from Perfect bike packing shoes. After reading previous reviews that stated these run 1/2 size small AND large, I was a bit hesitant in ordering but in the end I ordered my normal size 9 and I couldn't be happier. They fit well and the thinner laces are a nice touch - they can be secured under the lace keeper in the tongue easier. The mostly mesh upper should make these more comfy in hot/humid mid-atlantic rides. I had been previously riding in Five Ten Access mesh approach shoes which served me well while biking. Are these better bike shoes than those? The soles are similar and both have enough stiffness for bike pedals and flexibility for hike-a-bike. The Trailcross midsole looks to have a better midsole and the toecap is rubberized. Overall, a perfect bike packing shoe.
Date published: 2020-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by KSchmenk from Perfect all around shoe I bought these trail cross shoes for training and in the pits as well as my casual walk around shoe. I’m extremely glad I did as they are extremely comfortable and grippy. They flex more than my freerider pro and feel like a running shoe. They are light weight and look great. The bottoms grip the pedals just like my other Five Ten shoes but these seem a little more versatile in my training program. I would definitely suggest to anyone wanting the Five Ten quality in a training or casual shoe.
Date published: 2020-04-01
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