Five Ten Gambit Lace

photo: Five Ten Gambit Lace climbing shoe

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Five Ten Gambit Lace is designed to bridge the gap between the comfort of the Rogue and the technical precision of the Anasazi line. The Gambit has low heel tension and a stiff midsole that make it comfortable for long climbs. The perforated Ariaprene tongue keeps your feet cool throughout the day. Stealth C4 outsoles make the Gambit an ideal all-mountain shoe.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Five Tenand#39;s Gambit lace climbing shoes thrive at being all-route performers. The lined suede upper easily forms to your foot and the Stealthand#174; C4 sticky rubber outsole offers outstanding smearing performance. Available Colors: SEMI-SOLAR GREEN. Sizes: 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13, 13.5, 14.

- Sierra

Features of the Five Ten Men's Gambit Lace Climbing Shoe Ideal for intermediate to advanced climbers seeking rock shoes that Are big on comfort, breathability and versatility Perforated synthetic Uppers breathe well to keep feet cool and dry during warm summer days on the rock Minimal stretch in the synthetic Uppers molds to feet while still ensuring a consistent, accurate Fit Outsoles use exceptionally sticky and durable Stealth Onyxx rubber, great for friction and precision edging Lace-up design allows a precision Fit that excels outdoors and in the gym Two pull-on loops positioned in the correct spot at heel allow weArer to hold the heel cups open and easily pull shoe

- Moosejaw

Instead of dealing with that awkward silence after someone asks who's going to lead first, slip into Five Ten's Gambit Lace-Up Climbing Shoe, hand the belay over to your buddy, and climb on. This comfy shoe offers slightly more performance than Five Ten's other comfy climbing shoes and best suits those learning how to climb outside on the sharp end, or any climber on a multi-pitch. Its flat, moderate profile suits slabs and dead vertical routes, and the Stealth C4 rubber sole assures traction to give you enough confidence to go for the fall.



Price Current Retail: $59.99-$95.99
Historic Range: $59.99-$120.00


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