Five Ten Prima Lace-Up

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Five Ten's Prima Lace-Up page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. Five Ten Women's Prima Lace-Up Climbing Shoe (Spring 2007) DCECNT FEATURES of the Five Ten Women's Prima Lace-Up Climbing Shoe Stealth C4 soles Unlined leather upper Padded tongue

- Moosejaw

The Prima lace-up was designed for excelent performance and a great fit. They have an exceptional focus on great toe-power, exceptional comfort, and are sized with a womans foot in mind. They also fit men quite well. the uppers are unlined leather, and the sole is stealth c4 rubber.

- Campmor

CLOSEOUTS . Five Ten Prima lace-up climbing shoes let you enjoy great performance on crags or your favorite wall, with ballet-inspired design and performance and all-day comfort. Padded tongue Stealth(R) C4 traction outsole Two pull loops Asymmetrical toe design Unlined leather upper Weight: 14 oz. pr. CLOSEOUTS . USA. Expect shoes with unlined leather to stretch between a half a size and a whole size. (Tight initial fit is necessary in this kind of shoe. Sizing takes this into account.) Climbing and other related activities are inherently dangerous; anyone purchasing or using equipment for this purpose is personally responsible for getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Prima Lace-Up feature Five Ten's award-winning Stealth C4 rubber and ballet-inspired performance. The comfort level is remarkable, as is the unprecedented toe power. The unlined, synthetic performance shoe excels at gyms, on boulders, and at the crags.

- Altrec Outdoors

Five Ten Prima Lace-Up

previously retailed for:
$19.96 - $99.00

The Five Ten Prima Lace-Up is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 5, 2012 at Moosejaw.

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