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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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5 5

Perfect for long days and multi pitches

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Purchased: 8.0

These shows are amazing when it comes to all day climbing and multi pitch routes. I have been using them several days a week for a couple of months now and I have to say they stick to everything and can do everything, provided the fit is right. There are a lot of reviews on these shoes already and I have to agree with all of them. I sized the shoes 0.5 down from street. They are snug and a tiny bit uncomfortable to stand on, but I wanted a little more performance out of them than pure comfort. I climb mostly in Logan canyon and have not found anything that I cannot tackle with these shoes. I do agree with an earlier post that the laces are very long, I ended up cutting mine shorter to prevent them from getting in my way. Overall the best shoes I have used, however if you’re doing really steep sustained climbs I would go with a more aggressive shoe.

5 5

The One!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Height: 5' 9"
    Weight: 150 lbs
    Size Purchased: 11

I've pretty much done it all in these shoes. Cracks, slabs, vertical climbs, overhangs, you name it and the Pinks perform well. Great edging, smearing, and above all comfort! I can wear these things all day, pretty much true to size although I actually size up slightly (10.5 street for most brands, I wear 11 in these and the Moccs).

If you are looking for one shoe for your quiver, these are a mighty fine candidate. I am pretty much sold on them and will always have a pair around. One suggestion, if you have skinny feet you may want to buy a pair of shorter laces, I have to tie mine pretty tight and with the laces that come with the shoes I was left with a BUNCH of extra.

4 5

Sizing Info

A little sizing info: I have wide feet and normally wear 11.5 running shoes, occasionally size 12. The Size 12 Anasazi's seem to fit perfectly. Slight curl in the toe with no hot spots. The product packaging claims that these will not stretch and warns against sizing too small.

Responded on

Did they end up stretching at all? I just bought a pair and I'm thinking they might be too tight if they don't stretch...

5 5

Thin cracks

  • Gender: Male
  • Height: 6' 2"
    Weight: 190 lbs
    Size Purchased: Nine

Wondering how these work on thin cracks. I have a pair of mocs for slabbing, thin cracks, and all day comfort, but Im looking for something a bit more precise. I also have a pair of TCs that I LOVE but they obviously don't fit into thin cracks at all so I'm looking for something between the TCs and Mocs. Better edging yet not too stiff. Anasazi Velcro or Pinks? Ideas? Or should I just roll with Katanas or Muiras? SO MANY SHOES SO LITTLE TIME!

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Hey Matt, I would definitely go with the Pinks! They have served me ridiculously well over the past 14 months.

Here are some of my favorite things about'em:
-Beside the healthy layer of sticky STEALTH C4 rubber, which would be enough, the Anasazi Pink's shape and new design are crafted for all day crack climbing.
-The Anasazi Lace-Up's tapered toe construction really squeeze into thin cracks/flares with ease. While well placed rubber on a creative heel design gives fantastic support and comfort, making a heel-toe cam less of a strugglefest.
-Did I mention they're comfortable?? All day wear with true fit and precesion, maybe that's why I have 3 resoles and new shoelaces.

If you're still curious how they'll preform in thin cracks, check out Sonnie Trotter or Mason Earle's latest sends!
Cheers!

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+1 for the Pinks, Reed is spot on here. I also have a pair of Moccs that I love for hand sized cracks and slab. The Pinks will give you that bit of extra edging you are looking for without being overly stiff, they still smear really well.

5 5

oozes perfection

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

i might be rather biased because this is my first shoe that wasn't a hand-me-down but it really is a do everything shoe, it loves tiny edges and smears like a dream on red river gorge sandstone and has style for miles personally i couldn't ask for anything else out of a climbing shoe...get em and love em!

Are the sizes listed mens sizes? Thanks!

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Hey-Oh! Yes if I'm not mistaken, the Pinks are sized in Mens.
In response to your early question, I would size the same, maybe 0.5 smaller then your street shoe, so 7 or 6.5. The best would be to try on in shop or purchase a few sizes off BC.com and return the unused pairs. Again the leather will stretch about 0.5 size over time!

Hey-Oh! Yes if I'm not mistaken, the Pinks are sized in Mens. <br/> In response to your early question, I would size the same, maybe 0.5 smaller then your street shoe, so 7 or 6.5.  The best would be to try on in shop or purchase a few sizes off BC.com and return the unused pairs. Again the leather will stretch about 0.5 size over time!
Unanswered Question

I wear a woman's 9 in street shoes and I have a low volume foot. What size would you recommend in the Anasazi pinks?

5 5

Excellent All Day Shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great fit, definitely my favorite climbing shoe I've worn

Excellent All Day Shoe
Unanswered Question

I'm a 8.5 in women's street shoes
What size would you suggest I get in these both a comfy fit and a performance fit thanks

5 5

Anasazi's are the way to go!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I started climbing about a month ago and lived off the rental climbing shoes. As a novice climber, I didn't really understand how a climbing shoe was supposed to fit. I was tired of throwing money down on shoes each week so I decided to get the Anasazi's for my first pair. These shoes have definitely been a game changer. I was intimidated because of the slight downturn, but the transitions weren't too bad because I had been climbing about twice a week consistently the month before. I really like the laces because it help form to my foot better and going down half a size was a great decision, especially when climbing on the wall. I'm in love with these shoes and can't wait to break them in even more!

Anasazi's are the way to go!
Responded on

What is your street size shoe in women's and the size you got in the pinks?

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My street size shoe is an 8 and I got the size 8 in the Anasazi's.

Five Ten all day every day

Five Ten all day every day

Leading Five and Dime- Yosemite Valley. My Pinks getting the job done, smearing, edging, and really cranking those toes into the thin crack crux!

4 5

Love!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Just started climbing about 2 months ago. When I hit up some fellow co-workers who were big into climbing for shoe suggestions, without hesitation they all recommended this shoe. I have not been disappointed. They even helped me beat a co-worker in a friendly climb-off. :)

Sizing, I am a 7.5 in mens and I understand that the shoe needs to fit extremely snug, but I feel that I have a little bit of a gap in the heel, which is not prime for me. I will continue to see how they break in as I climb more.

Love!
5 5

Anasazi Pinks, Best Shoe EVER!

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

My first shoes were Five Ten and they'll be the only brand I'll wear if I can help it. I received these Anasazi Pinks in April and have been testing them out for the last 3 months on rock of all kinds across America. AND THEY'RE SO DOPE!

I wore them on sharp granite quartzite at the super epic Cathedral Spires, they molded to my feet quickly and provided excellent protection on the sharp rock there, while edging like a dream .

At Devil's Tower they performed great in cracks of all sizes, feeling awesome all day, never getting crazy uncomfortable and providing extreme performance.

In Boulder I climbed my hardest sport route with them, putting the heel and edging power to the test, and some faith ,while soloing the Flatirons.

Their durability on the sandstone at Indian Creek was excellent as I ticked off classics at the Supercrack/Donnelly Canyon area. They did terrific in small finger cracks and had plenty of rubber on the sides to grip and protect in hand sized cracks.

By Idaho I had complete trust in the Pinks and logged in more then a dozen FS. Climbing more sport routes once again here, they did awesome on the dessert granite.

I truly have never had the best of both worlds to this extreme, Five Ten had no loss of performance for the comfort these shoes provide.

Last, I was able to climb in Yosemite Valley for 5 weeks, wearing the Anasazi Pinks on 90% of all the routes we did. From friction slab to off-width, to beautiful hands, to lay backs. They did awesome!

Now, they smell bad, their stained in blood, and have new shoelaces. But I love these shoes!
The lined, synthetic Cowdura upper feels very good and are non-stretch. They are stiff and the laces insure the most molded fit. Thanks to a new toe box and Stealth C4 rubber, you get the most superior edging and crack dominating shoes! The new heel construction also made the Pinks more comfortable then previous Anasazi models.
Overall, best shoe I have ever worn and I highly recommend them.
(pictured) Me on Moby Dick, El Capitan Base.

Anasazi Pinks, Best Shoe EVER!
Responded on

how much did you size down?

ive got some guides that have been climbing pretty good as an all day, multipitch trad shoe. I was wantin some pinks for all around but definitely for cracks around the sandstone belt in the south.

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well man, I wear size 12.5 street shoes, and that's the size of my Five Ten Guides. but for my Anasazi Pinks, i have size 12. they will stretch a little bit. now the Pinks have pretty much molded around my feet and give me awesome all day comfort!

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I just bought a pair of these and they are a bit uncomfortably tight on my big toe just wearing them around the house. How much will these stretch and/or mold to my foot. The ones I bought were 10s and the 10.5s that I tried would work great if they didn't stretch AT ALL... Thoughts?

The Flatirons

The Flatirons

(pictured) Me with Gabe, on an early morning climb.

the Pinks on break

the Pinks on break

In Boulder Canyon after working a tuff project.

Anasazi Pinks in SD

Anasazi Pinks in SD

Climbing in the Pinks at Custer State Park around the Tenpins/Switchbacks.

5 5

Best shoe i'v ever used!

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

I got these shoes in spring and I'v climbed in them all summer. Everywhere from Indian Creek, Yosemite, Boulder, Zion, ect.. you name it this shoe will stick to it. Very comfortable and sticky but still edge so well. I found myself putting these on for everything! Easy, hard, long, or short climbs these are the shoes you want!

Pulling on the Pinks

Pulling on the Pinks

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.