Five Ten Southwest

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Micro-edging in these shoes was a dream. I had some…

Rating: rated 3 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $69.99

Micro-edging in these shoes was a dream. I had some trouble with the rubber peeling after only a few climbs.

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Built with tiny micro-edges in mind, these shoes offer a precise fit and super-stable soles that stand on the tiniest edge with ease! Strong and breathable Cowdura™ synthetic suede uppers will adjust to your feet, but will stretch very little. Lined uppers feel comfortable against your skin and help ensure these shoes will not stretch as much as an unlined shoe (about half a size). C4 Stealth high-performance climbing rubber soles are specially designed to be hard for edging without sacrificing the ability to friction. Exit heel seams have been routed away from the sensitive Achilles area to the side of the upper, minimizing hot spots and blisters. Two strategically positioned pull-on heel loops let you hold the heel cups open and easily pull the shoes on at the same time. Tighten the VELCRO® brand closure straps and the pieces of the 2-part tongue slide past each other, creating a very comfortable, adjustable fit.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Five Ten Southwest Climbing Shoe - Vegan (Spring 2006) The Southwest Climbing Shoe by Five Ten is the new generation wish-list rock shoe that offers the highest performance on the greatest variety of rock routes. Five Ten has created a highly sensitive shoe with an extremely powerful dime-edge-platform at the toe. Specifications: Weight: n/a Lined synthetic Cowdura upper Stealth C4 Soles DEP (Dime Edge Platform) technology 2 piece outsole Forefoot is Stealth C4 Heel is Stealth HF for hooking Molded ribbed heel outsole Padded closure

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Five Ten Southwest


The Southwest has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.50 - $138.95

The Five Ten Southwest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 3, 2007 at REI.

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