User Review: Five Ten Men's Camp Four
Break-in Period: out of the box use
A good approach shoe. A legend. Stealth rubber is very ok. After a long day climbing the Camp Four gives enough support + stability + security on the way down. Behaves well in scree.
As Michael Chiu points in his review it is not water proof. I am not a Goretex lover, getting sweaty feet. And Gandolf says in his review it is good for walking Grand Canyon with a pack. I have attached a picky of the Camp Four in GC.
For scrambling and climbing (lower grades) I prefer the Guide Tenni (especially when the dots are faded).
For trail and fell running without a pack I use the lighter version like the Progody/Insight etc or Inov shoes (less sticky rubber, but lighter).