Five Ten Stonelands Lace-Up

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Features of the Five Ten Men's Stonelands Lace-Up Climbing Shoe Stealth C4 Rubber - Provides High friction and excellent edging Supportive Midsole Synthetic Upper Moisture-wicking terrycloth lining

- Moosejaw

Your climbing partner was nice enough to let you lead the Lighthouse Tower's classic crux pitch, which involves plenty of bizarre stemming on smeary, slippery sandstone to keep your heart pumping and your hips hurting. Luckily, you have Five Ten's Stonelands Lace-Up Climbing Shoe keeping you on the climb and not sliding down a narrow chimney. That's because this popular shoe boasts Five-Ten's grippy Stealth C4 rubber sole for reliable traction on the slipperiest slabs. This shoe's stiff midsole conserves your foot strength for all-day climbs--it can't do anything about your hips--and it's a practical choice for learning how to climb in the gym.


Designed to take you from gym climbing to long alpine routes, Five Ten's Stonelands Lace-up Rock Shoe delivers high performance edging and all day comfort. A completely new shoe shape cradles the foot in a flat-toed position for power that you can wear for more than a pitch or two. A Split grain leather upper with a synthetic sock liner wicks sweat away from your foot and prevents hot spots.

- Mountain Gear

Built on our new Stonelands Last the LaceUp is a highperformance tool thats designed to take climbers from their local gym to Hueco Tanks to long routes in the Alps The Stonelands LaceUp is truly the shoe to wear when youre looking for trouble Inside the Stonelands LaceUp is a synthetic sock for all day comfort underneath is a supportive midsole for edging precision and both lateral and medial control The new last cradles the foot in a attoed position for power and comfort


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