Five Ten Fox

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CLOSEOUTS . Five Ten Fox climbing shoes are a comfortable lace-up design for the entry-level to intermediate climber. They feature a women-specific, low-volume last and a Stealth C-4 rubber outsole. Available Colors: IVORY. Sizes: 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11.

- Sierra Trading Post

This Five.Ten Fox knows what women want-a comfortable all-around climbing shoe that gracefully steps from the gym to the outdoors.

- EMS

Sweet, feminine graphics combine with comfort, performance and durability for the best value in rock climbing. Designed for entry level to intermediate climbers, the light-weight Fox is an all-leather climbing shoe that gently hugs the foot like a favorite slipper. We ve built the Fox on a women s last, so the heel is lower and narrower, and the forefoot has more room and over-all less volume. Outsoles are award-winning, high-friction Stealth C4 rubber.

- Second Ascent

You'll never forget your first kiss, your first pet, or, of course, your first climbing shoes. Whether your first will be the Five Ten Women's 2012 Fox Climbing Shoes, or if you are purchasing this one as an intermediate all-arounder, the Fox will not be forgotten. Down the road you'll remember its feminine graphics and slipper-like all-leather upper; Oh, how it gently hugged your foot. But most of all, you'll remember it as the shoe that helped you get hooked on climbing. The Fox was built with a women-specific fit, so the heel is lower and narrower, and the forefoot has more room (thus, avoiding bunions). The sticky Stealth C4 rubber gave you the grip that boosted your confidence to lead your first routes. Heck, you'll even remember this shoe for all of the good memories climbing at the gym after work and for all of your first road trips to Red Rocks and Yosemite. It is called the Fox. What was that boy's name who you first kissed, again'

- Backcountry.com