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With its moderate price tag and flat profile, the Five Ten Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoe is an ideal choice for aspiring climbers looking to get their start. The full grain leather uppers will stretch overtime for a custom fit, and the medium-stiff midsole provides the perfect balance between support and sensitivity. And of course, the outsole features the same Stealth C4 rubber that has made the hardest rock climbs in the world a reality.

  • Full grain leather uppers stretch out over time for a custom fit
  • Laces extend all the way to the toe for a snug fit
  • Medium stiffness midsole provides the blend of support and stability beginner climbers need to succeed
  • Flat profile ensures comfort for feet not accustomed to more aggressive climbing shoes
  • Stealth C4 rubber allows you to take full advantage of the legendary traction that has made the world's hardest rock climbs possible
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Good Starter Shoe

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

I've climbed on mine for almost 2 years now. They have taken a beating, and they performed excellently! They are pretty comfortable and good for narrow feet, like mine. The Rubber is really nice and sticky and the shoe really edges quite well. If you're going to be only bouldering, I wouldn't go for these. I would suggest these to someone getting into top roping and/or lead climbing. Don't buy an expensive pair to start, because you will need a more forgiving shoe (such as these) to learn how to place your feet without slipping, etc. These are great for anyone looking to see if they are interested in climbing.

Good starters

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I got these on the cheap, maybe $75 bucks, and were my first pair of shoes. Climbed on them for about a year, and I will say they are legendary for comfort. No deadspace, toe friendly, and don't stink after a sweaty season. Would recommend to anyone getting into climbing.

The shoe laces wore out on them and I replaced them for three dollar wax laces from the drug store. Durable everywhere that matters.

They will turn your feet red ever so slightly, big whoop.

Beginner Boots

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

The Coyotes were my first pair of climbin’ sneakers. They make an excellent beginner shoe, and are great at the gym. The upper material is made of leather so they are going to stretch out almost a whole size. I ended up returning mine due to unanticipated stretch so make sure they feel awful when you pull them out of the box.

NOTE: Your feet WILL turn red the first dozen times you wear these. The red dye isn’t toxic, but it will stain your feet, so if you have a fancy princess ball to go to after an afternoon at the gym it’s closed toed shoes for you.

Beginner Boots

Great beginner or multipitch

  • Fit:True to size

My brother got these as his first shoe and though they are very comfortable, and not very aggressive but the C4 rubber gets it done. The upper stretched out a little but is still true to size and isn't sloppy on him.


  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I havent been climbing very long, and these are my first shoes. These seem to grip really well, even on slippery rock. I have mainly used these outside, but i have done a little gym climbing, and these did pretty well with that, too. These are great shoes if your just starting out, i don't know how well they will work for more experienced climbers, though

Super comfortable

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

I've had these shoes for about 5 months now and they are great. They are my first shoes and I mostly use them for gym climbing. I like these because they are very comfortable. In the gym I always see people taking off their shoes between climbs, but I never have to. These are a great first shoe.