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For a life more vertical.

The Five Ten Men's Camp Four Shoes provide the comfort for dirtbagging around the Valley, enough durability for hiking around Tuolumne, and sticky soles for crushing low 5th class (or harder, if you're feeling strong). The PU heel cup and internal shank support your ankles as you work your way down the burly East Ledges descent with a loaded haul bag on your back, and the EVA midsole cushions your foot when you're knocking out long approaches on the way to wild climbs. Of course, the Camp Four uses Five Ten's famous C1 Stealth rubber for grip, and has a lace-to-tongue closure that lets you leave the toe loose for hiking or tighten it up when you need to toe in on steeper rock.

  • Nubuck upper
  • EVA midsole
  • Internal shank
  • C1 Stealth rubber sole
  • Molded PU heel cage
  • Lace-to-toe closure
  • Padded bellows tongue

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1 5

Terrible quality!

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

I have had a pair of these for 3 months (new 2015 version). They are of terrible quality!! They are literally falling apart after 3 months. Pull on tabs tore apart after a month, rands started delaminating after 2 months and the soles are now shredded! A $150+ shoe should last a bit longer...don't you think?

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Five ten needs to quit outsourcing to China. I know people who beta test their shoes. All of the pre production shoes are made in their Redlands CA facility and hold up very well during testing. they send the production runs to China and the shoes that come back are of terrible quality and litterally can start falling apart on the first day of use (see the new canyoneer III). Bring the manufacturing home! I'll pay a little extra for the American labor and the higher quality.