- Unlined leather uppers will stretch about a half size
- Stealth C4 sole provide excellent friction in all situations
- Low asymmetrical curvature and a roomy toe box ensure a comfortable fit
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beast at smearing
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
this Is a great first shoe, It's a simple shoe with sticky rubber. good for all day use, it'll dye your feet red for a while when you start but meh who cares. Not particularly good with cracks, but with 5.10's awesome sticky rubber makes for some great smearing on slabs and easy top rope. If you want lace up, here you go, if you want Velcro I'd check out the brand Evolv. I wear size 12.5 street, I fit a 10.5 coyote.
Five Ten Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoe
I'm loving these shoes
I bought these shoes a few months back and I'm in love with them.
These are my first pair of climbing shoes. So far, I have only climbed in the gym and these shoes are great for that. I've never worn them outside so I can't tell you anything about that, but I can tell you this. These shoes are comfortable. I wear a women's size 9 sneaker, so I bought a size 7.5 men's. They fit perfect. Of course they hurt for the first couple of days with them, but now they fit like a nice sock. They don't hurt at all, and I don't mind walking around in them between climbs. The rubber on them is also really great. It's very sticky, so these are great for smearing.
The comfort alone make these shoes worth the price. I would recommend these shoes to anyone looking for a good gym climbing shoe or someone looking for a good first shoe.
Comfortable and Grippy
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have had these shoes for a couple of years now and they are incredibly comfortable once they are broken it. The soles hold up well and are very sticky. They are not very technical shoes because they are quite soft but they are great in the gym. These shoes are a great choice for a first climbing shoe.
Great first shoes.
Got these shoes as my first pair of climbing shoes. They have been super durable (Even while i was learning proper foot technique). I have used them for about a year with the past six months climbing at least three or more days a week. So far no thin spots in the rubber or other signs of wearing out just a little rounding of the toe. The only thing that would keep me from just getting them resouled would be me just wanting to switch to Velcro for easier on and off.
these are the first shoes ive ever owned, and i feel it was a good start. ive put an o.k. amount of days on these (maybe 20 or so)- mostly outdoor, but a decent amount indoor since i recently got a gym membership. the rubber has held up well. not a lot of significant wear.
this wouldn't be considered a technical shoe- its fairly soft. but for using it as a beginner shoe, it does a good job.
as for sizing, i wear a 9.5-10 street shoe, and i got these in a 9.5. if i were to do it over, i would go with a 10 or 10.5, given these fit a little narrower than expected. for reference, though, my foot is a little funky after being in ski boots so many days
nice and snug
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
My boyfriend has these shoes and really likes how tight he can make them all around his foot. They're not advanced shoes, so they work really well in the climbing gym. He's usually a size 9.5 in street shoes, so the size 9 in this climbing shoe worked great
Good starter shoes
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are very comfy and can be worn all day while in the gym or at a sport crag. solid last to support your feet while learning to stand on edges. You can't go wrong with 5.10 shoes!
Good all-around shoe that goes from gym to crag, just don't expect high performance in either. Capable, reliable and comfy although they turn your feet cherry red! Good value for the price. If I was ona tight budget and could only pick 1 shoe, I'd consider these.
Oh, and the rubber tends to wear quickly. Maybe that's just me though.
Looking at having my sister get this shoe...
Looking at having my sister get this shoe as her first one, my only question is how well does it work for women? Its the shoe i thought would work best for her, but the vast majorety of the reviews below are by men.
Yeah they will work well for her just be sure to size them appropriately and know that they will likely stretch up to a full size.
I have a bunch of female friends that have worn these shoes at one point or another. The laces allow you to crank down the shoe to accomodate a lower volume foot. The heel cup might be a little loose on the sides, but in your first shoes, you probably aren't going to be throwing any gnarly heel hooks. I'd say go for it, or look at the La Sportiva Tarantulas or Nagos. The Tarantula Lace Ups are similar to this shoe, with a slightly narrower fit, and the Nagos come in a women's version. Good luck!
Seriously? What am I missing?
This shoe blows. Literally. I step on a small hold, and because the bottom is convex, unless I force every bit of weight I can muster on that point, it will slide right off. Seriously, who would build a shoe with a convex sole? My wife tried them and had the same issue. Yes it turns my feet red, but it is decently comfortable, but looks a little silly since the toe curves up instead of down. I wore them three or four times and the edges rounded off as well. Man I hate this shoe.
Shoe after years of use
Shoe after years of use
Great Shoe for College level climbing
I use them and the best climber at my college use them and they work really well. Perfect shoe for anyone.
I am a beginner, and took some time to read reviews and ask friends that have been climbing for several years. The friends recommended Evolv and 5-10, so I read reviews on these two brands as well as one other (forget the name of the other, La something). Anyway, I decided on the 5-10 Coyote, and I love the shoe. Great fit, very comfortable, very sticky, and just love them.
Great shoe for the money
This was my very first climbing shoe and it certainly exceeded my expectations. I used this shoe for over a year (in a gym) and they lasted without any core shots. As you know gyms wear out shoes fast especially for a beginner, so it definitely stood the test of time. This shoe stretches quite a bit so size down more than you think. Also this is a very good shoe for slab, not a technical shoe by any means. If you like anything steep these shoes won't do it, but then again they weren't designed to. Either way they are a fantastic shoe.
Good Indoor Shoe
These are very nice shoes for indoor climbing. I took them out to Colorado though and after a week of climbing they are ruined. The edge of the shoes rounded off and there are dead spots in the sole. I wouldn't recommend them for outdoor use but for casual gym climbing they're pretty nice.
used after a few years. held up as a great warm up
What size should I get if I fit a size 8-8...
What size should I get if I fit a size 8-8 1/2 in regular casual shoes?
Five Ten sizes about the same as a street shoe. You may want to size down a half size because these are unlined and should stretch. I would recommend 7 1/2 or 8. Hope this helps.
I have a 9.5/10 shoe size and I went down to a 7.5... they feel pretty tight as I havent broken them in, but unlined leather will stretch quite a bit until these mine fit like a 8.5 theoretically. My foot is super super low volume though, so that probably has a lot to do with it. I cant even wear the moccasyms because there is too much dead space over the metatarsals in my feet. kind of hard to get on but for some reason they seem like the right fit. Not very much toe curling, pretty snug on the pinky side, but that seems like it will stretch. I have heard of people sizing up in these though so it's very confusing. definitely try on before you buy.
I wear a size 11.5 in almost all shoes but I had to size up a half size to a 12 in these because I have abnormal toes. Even sizing up to a 12 these were very snug, and I would have gone with a 12.5 if not for the leather upper which will allow them to stretch a bit. Moral of the story is definitely try on before you buy, the fit is unique for everyone.