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Casting off on a 15-pitch trad route Make sure you have the comfortable, supportive Five Ten V-Mile Climbing Shoes on your feet.

- GearX.com

The V-Mile from Five Ten is designed for miles of comfort with hook-and-loop closure straps for easy on and offs, and an EVA wedge for added support on approach slabs and long descents

- Mountain Gear

Free Shipping. Five Ten V-Mile Shoe (Spring 2010) DECENT FEATURES of the Five Ten V-Mile Shoe VCS Closure Stealth Onyxx Soles Micro-perfed leather EVA wedge The SPECS Weight: (Size-9) 11.2 oz / 318.1 g

- Moosejaw

Casting off on a 15-pitch trad route' Make sure you have the comfortable, supportive Five Ten V-Mile Climbing Shoes on your feet. These leather shoes feature stiff, padded soles that edge and jam well, provide good support in aiders, and won't kill your feet on the descent. Five Ten's Stealth Onyxx rubber gives the V-Mile Climbing Shoes top-notch friction for technical pitches way off the deck. They also used VELCRO-Brand fasteners to make these climbing shoes easy to take off and put on at belays.

- Backcountry.com

The Five Ten VMile Climbing Shoes for Men and Women are great for long multi-pitch, walk off, routes where comfort is of the utmost importance. The EVA insert in the heel makes it feel like you are walking on clouds and the breathability is great.

- Altrec Outdoors

Five Ten V-Mile


The V-Mile has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$63.85 - $124.95

The Five Ten V-Mile is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 9, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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