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You'll be glad it's in your quiver.

Whether you're looking to add an edge-crushing tool to your shoe selection or simply need a quiver-of-one shoe that you can count on in nearly any vertical predicament, strap on the Five Ten Arrowhead Climbing Shoe. Built on an Anasazi G4 last, this moderately downturned shoe gives you all the performance you'd expect without the toe-crushing pain. Not to mention, the Stealth Onyxx rubber eats dime edges for breakfast.

  • Durable Cowdura uppers provide next-to-skin comfort and a glove-like fit
  • Dual hook-and-loop straps provide a secure closure and make for easy on and off
  • Slightly downturned profile shape allows the shoes to perform on everything from steep boulder problems to slabby test pieces
  • 4G Anasazi last provides high performance without painful pinching
  • Medium-stiff Anasazi midsoles provide powerful edging performance with good sensitivity
  • Stealth Onyxx rubber is formulated slightly harder than other stealth formulas for precision edging and high friction

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3 5

Good shoe but...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

These were my first pair of 5.10's after owning several pairs of sportivas and evolv. I got these because of the supposed breath-ability of the Cowdura uppers (which sounds really appealing when climbing in Texas summer heat) and I really didn't want to get a pair of Soulutions due to everyone and their mom wearing them. I've had 'em for about 3months now and they're a pretty good shoe. I use them for bouldering and sport climbing both indoor and outdoors. The sole is a little more flexible than I am used to but that makes them great toeing into pockets and the extra sensitivity is kinda nice.

I do have one big issue with them though. There is a large amount of dead space in heel cup and not because I sized them too small. I wear 10- 10 1/2 street shoe and I bought these in size 10. I can barely put these on at first but after the break in period all it takes now is a quick warm up and they fit nice and snug. But with all my toes jammed up in the toe as far as possible the heel cup is still really mushy which makes heel hooking on anything smaller than a mini ledge near impossible. Which really sucks because I love heel hooking whenever I get a chance. I really wanted to like these shoes but due to the really mushy heel cup these will definitely be my last pair of arrowheads.

5 5

Great Shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I've had these for about a year now and they're still holding up pretty well. The soles are still pretty much in tact and aside from some loss of rigidity, they haven't really broken down at all. They run a little small though, so get at least a half size up.

Any recommendations on size? I currently...

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Any recommendations on size? I currently have the Anasazi VCS, size 10.5 which fit great.

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I would stick with the same size in the Arrowheads. This is pretty much just a more aggressive version of the Anasazi.

4 5

Great shoe but doesn't seem to last long

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I used this shoe for a solid 3 months and the sole nearly wore through on the toes and balls of my feet. Mostly gym climbing so the wear was higher then if I had climbed outside. The edges were gone, and the sole was very flexible by the time I decided to buy new shoes. I really love the shoe for over hung stuff but the fit is a little small. I wear a 10.5 street shoe and bought that size thinking they might stretch a bit and that would allow for a better fit. They didn't. Once you had warmed up the rubber and the outsole they fit better, but when you first put them on when you get to the gym they hurt. If you buy it buy a size up. Otherwise they are great shoes. I plan on getting them resoled I liked them that much.

Is the Five Ten Anasazi Arrowhead made for...

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Is the Five Ten Anasazi Arrowhead made for wide feet?

4 5

Great all around shoe

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I had the older version of these before and recently bought the newer version with the updated Stealth rubber. They fit pretty much the same as the older version, which is great. I've used these shoes for everything from bouldering to multi-pitch sport routes. The heal cup fits really well and the slightly downturned toe helps out on steeper routes. The only downside is that the fingerloops are way too small for my fingers, so they can be kind of a hastle to take on and off. PS - These run smaller than most Five Ten's. I wear a size 10.5 in Mocassyms and an 11.5 in these.

Great all around shoe