The New Low Volume (LV) Anasazi is the high-performance shoe that sits along side the Anasazi VCS. Originally built around a women’s specific last but more generically fits both men and women with slightly flatter feet. If you have a particularly narrow foot then we’d recommend looking at the Anasazi lace-up V2s instead.
The Anasazi is a classic shoe that you will see everywhere from hard bouldering problems to classic trad climbs. The two biggest changes that come with the pro are the addition of the toe rubber allowing for better toe hooks on hard routes and a much tighter fitting heel than the original.
For beginners or advanced climbers looking for a more comfortable shoe this has just the right features, and pulls them off really well. We were unsure when Adidas had taken over Five Ten, but they've really surprised us with the Kirigami. We reckon it's the best beginner climbing shoe if the fit's right.
For beginners or advanced climbers looking for a more comfortable shoe this has just the right features, and pulls them off really well. We were unsure when Adidas had taken over Five Ten, but they're really surprised us with the Kirigami. We reckon it's the best beginner climbing shoe if the fits right.
The Five Ten NIAD VCS Climbing Shoe delivers all-around performance. Versatile Stealth® C4™ rubber edges, grips and smears across all surfaces, indoors and out. Extended toe rubber maximises contact area for increased friction. The form-fit heel and medium-stiff midsole offer a blend of sensitivity and support for all-purpose climbing. The hook-and-loop closure offers easy entry and adjustment between sessions.
The long awaited re-vamped Five Ten Quantum is here, and we have to say it is worth the wait! Through working with the Huber brothers, 5.10 have created a slightly downturned, stiff mid-soled, breathable climbing shoe; suitable for bouldering, steep routes and long climbing sessions.
The Five Ten Verdon Lace is highly asymmetric and stiff making it an absolute beast for edging on slate, quarried sandstone and natural limestone, get it out for Gower and South Pembroke. With a quite pointed profile without being narrow it works well in pockets as you would expect from a shoe named Verdon.
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