Five Ten Anasazi Slipper

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I got my pair free so I didn't expect much from it.

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Materials: synthetic
Use: bouldering
Break-in Period: 6 -8 climbs
Weight: quite light
Price Paid: free

I got my pair free so I didn't expect much from it. At the time I owned a pair of Anasazi Velcro Onyx. The first thing I noticed when I put these on were that the toe area was more narrow and sharp compared to the velcros.

The heel was quite baggy which is probably because I have a narrow heel.

Besides the bagginess, this shoe is probably one of the best shoes I've had so far. I've had quite a few including the Red Chili X-cube, Miuras and Anasazi Velcros.

I found the C4 rubber was actually sticker and more durable that the onyx rubber on my velcros.

I mainly use these for bouldering. Whenever I do roof problems where the heel is required I switch to the Miuras as the heel fits me a bit better.

I wear size 37EUR in the Miuras which is super painful but have these in 7US which are quite tight but no longer painful.

After 6 months with them the elastic on top has gotten bit loose but besides that, the rubber is great and durable (I still have a sharp inner edge on my shoe).

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Five Ten Anasazi Slipper

Discontinued

The Anasazi Slipper has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$45.99 - $99.00

The Five Ten Anasazi Slipper is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 30, 2013 at Second Ascent.

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