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Pretty in pink.

The Five Ten Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe handles dime edges and technical climbs with powerful precision, and its pink color lets you send in style. Five Ten made this Anasazi's upper out of Cowdura to fit your foot like a glove, and the synthetic midsole reduces stretching for excellent longevity. Super hard Stealth C4 rubber sticks to imaginary edges so you can smear up nubbins without a problem, and its strength means you won't have to get a resole for a long time. Five Ten also updated this shoe with a rubber toe rand for an increased lifetime and a narrower heel to fit the female foot better. Its flat profile makes this shoe perfect for vertical and very technical routes.

  • Cowdura upper
  • Narrower heel
  • Synthetic midsole
  • Rubber toe rand
  • Stealth C4 rubber

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Pulling on the Pinks

Pulling on the Pinks

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Like I said, kinda hard to get on while breaking them in, but so worth it!!

5 5

Pink is king!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

So stoked they brought the pinks back, and that they re-designed the heel! this shoe is so awesome I do not even know where to start!
the new heel feels a bit strange at first, when I first put them on, I thought, "they didn't make this any more comfy than the old heel" then I climbed in them, instantly the heel did not hurt, and I could feel so much power in the shoe. its crazy. the shoe was so painful when i put it on, and once I started climbing my foot shifted into place and it was like BAM!!
The other new addition to not only this shoe but a couple of the shoes in the 5.10 line up is the addition of the C4 steath rubber toe rands. thats right, up till now the rand has been a harder rubber, not as sticky as the sole. now you have the glorious C4 stealth rubber in the rand to make that toe jam super secure.

The fit of these is similar to others in the anasazi family. I wear an 11 or 11.5 (super aggressive and regular aggressive respectively) in the moccasym. and I got a 12 in these and they are awesome! street shoe size is a 13 in the guide tennie.
like I said they were painful and hard to get on at first but a few weeks and they are amazing and I know the Cowdura will keep them fitting the same way till I wear through that sole.

Five Ten Pinks

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random video in another language, but it has a good 360 view of the shoe if you've never seen one in person

5 5

Great All Around

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I've had the pleasure of putting these shoes through trad in Eldo and moderately hard sport in Clear Creek and Boulder Canyon and they are fantastic! The heel's fit is on par with my Solutions, and I can wear them all day. Definitely recommend them. The stealth C4 rubber is really sticky and hasn't let me down yet. Check em out!

Why are these listed in the Women's Rock...

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Why are these listed in the Women's Rock Climbing Shoe category? These are not women's shoes.

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Totally understand your confussion Charladam. I feel like they are unisex and for some reason we put them in under the womans. It is funny because I see more dudes wearing the black wings that are listed under woman's climbing shoes than actual woman. Same with the Miura Vibran XS Grip 2 lace up shoes.

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Actually there are both womens and mens versions of the Five Ten Blackwings, as well as the La Sportiva Miura Lace, so I'm not sure I understand your reference. There is no confusion, I was simply making a statement. These are marketed as mens shoes, despite the fact that they're pink, and, of course, women can and do wear them if they fit properly. They are certainly not low volume, though. For that, there is the Five Ten Anasazi VCS LV, which IS marketed specifically to women.

4 5

NOT an all-around shoe.

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

This is my third pair of Five Ten Anasazi Lace-Ups (my first two were Anasazi Verde's), so its quite obvious that I really like this shoe, however, with one MAJOR caveat: the fit of the heel is absolutely terrible. While these are not necessarily meant for steep climbing or bouldering (mostly techy slab and/or slightly overhanging routes), the fit of the heel completely prohibits you from using it in any application whatsoever thereby relegating it to very specific uses only-certainly not an all around shoe. While a shoe like the TC Pro is designed for technical edging on big walls while being comfortable, it actually heel hooks very well on steep stuff. That being said, the heel in the new Pinks is ten times better than on my old Verdes. So, what this shoe has been designed for, it excels at: very precise edging, smearing (C4 rubber is tackier for this application than the Onyxx that was on my Verdes), pockets, and cracks of all widths. I found this shoe to edge slightly better than my La Sportiva Miura lace-ups, however this held its shape better (they're both pretty flat-lasted). Five Ten shoes run very small in my experience. I wear a 12.5 in these and they are extremely tight and painful for more than one burn. These do what they were intended to do, VERY well, so I will continue to buy them without hesitation.