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Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe - Men's

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    Crush rocks, not your wallet.

    You don't always need to break the bank to get a shoe that allows you to climb at a high level. With that in mind, Five Ten brings you the new Men's Hiangle Climbing Shoe. The Hiangles combine the proven reliability and performance of Five Ten's Stealth C4 rubber with a stiff midsole to ensure you'll be able to smear and edge to your heart's delight. An unlined leather upper* ensures your feet will stay comfortable for the duration, no matter how many times you get lost wandering up that route your buddy swears starts "just over that next ledge." Five Ten added a hook-and-loop closure so that you'll be able to slip these on and off for those marathon sessions at the gym.

    • Leather upper
    • Stealth C4 rubber
    • Hook-and-loop closure
    • *While extremely comfortable and durable, full leather uppers will stretch out about a half size over time. Size accordingly.
    • Item #FVT000N

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    leather
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Rubber
    Stealth C4
    Claimed Weight
    [size 9, single] 7.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, bouldering, high-angle terrain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Smurf goes climbing

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: Runs small

    Bought these shoes as a birthday present for a friend, he loves them and has a review to share.

    With comfortable leather and great sending rubber combined, this shoe will live up to any climbers standard. Only downfall is the dreaded smurf foot.

    Street shoe size is 9.5. Sizer purchased is 11.

    Awesome shoe if you get over the blue

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small

    Purchased about a year ago, and realized yesterday that the toes have begun to go out. I'm back here to pick up a new pair.

    They are wonderful aggressive and precise shoes, and with my foot shape (I think a bit wide), they are the most comfortable climbing shoes I've owned. Blackwings of the same size were painfully uncomfortable, only feeling broken in for the last week before they wore out. Hi-angles I can wear comfortably for an entire bouldering session, without any "omggetthesethingsoffofme" feeling. I think this is attributable to elastic bits and the leather upper, and some designed cuts in the toe rubber. I've only in the last few weeks noticed a slight slipping in the heel cup.

    I get a comment every time I go to the gym about my blue feet; I don't personally mind and think it's hilarious. But I guess if you're a foot model or something you should steer clear.

    An aggressive shoe, yet comfy. I love em. I just hope next season 510 comes out with a new color to dye my feet with. Maybe full on tie-dye?

    Sizing note: I wear Solomon sense pro (trail runners) in 9.5, the blackwings mentioned were 10.5, my current hiangles are 10.5 as well

    Smurf Feet YES but Great Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small

    I bought these are a gift for my friend. This is what he said-

    "I am very stoked on these shoes. They may not slip on very easily but once you're in get ready for great performance. I have been climbing hard in them for about a month and the have retained there stiffness and downturn nicely. I really like the large amount of rubber over the top for toe hook assists. I'm a 9.5 street shoe but can't fit in anything less than an 11 comfortably. This has been my experience with all Five Ten shoes. Also smurf feet are kind of fun.:

    Smurf feet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small

    If brightly stained feet bother you, stay away from the hiangles. If not, then you can enjoy them for the excellent aggressive shoe that they are nonetheless. The fit is precise, if not a bit stiff at first (what shoes arent), and they have stealth rubber soles so you can stick to anything. The heel cup is great and the rubber extends all the way up to the achilles allowing me to stick heel hooks better than any other shoe I've tried. I just think the stained feet show very poor craftsmanship on five-ten's part. This photo was taken after a three hour gym session, after owning the shoes for five months and climbing in them at least once a week, usually more. The toe is just starting to get worn out, and they are still doing this. I'm beginning to think they will never stop.

    Smurf feet

    NOT GOOD SHOES

      I have wore these shoe for about a month now, and I have experienced my feet turning bright blue, staining my cloths blue, and turning the climbing mats blue. It is also truly embarrassing to wear flip flops now, and the blue on my feet will not come off, I have scrubbed and scrubbed and there is no progress. I demand new shoes, and I will never buy these shoes ever again.

      NOT GOOD SHOES

      Great Shoes

        They fit true to size relative to the Quantums-5.10 sizes are always a little screwy. I wear 8.5 in the Hiangles and Quantums and 8 in the Anasazi Verdes and Blancos and 9 street.

        They're sort of difficult to put on, but they're on once they're on. Significantly stiffer than the Quantums, but they toe in and heel hook really well on steep stuff.

        Awesome Shoes, Poor Marketing

        I bought these shoes last month. I love them. I think they are great aggressive shoes. I spent a lot of time trying on different shoes and these just fit my foot really well. They don't have any dead space in my heal, and if you make sure the Velcro is loose enough putting them on is really pretty easy. At first my foot would pop off the wall occasionally, but now that I've climbed a couple times out doors and in the gym they feel so solid. I'm never worried about my foot slipping. They just stick! These shoes really work well with overhanging climbs. I tried to use them on a harder climb (in the picture) that was not overhung, and they worked. However, it was not comfortable. I had heard that these shoe turn your feet blue. I haven't experienced it yet, but I also take my shoes off right after each climb. I think the way Five Ten markets these shoes is messed up. They make it sound like a cheap, discounted shoe. That's not the case. If you look hard enough you can find great deals on a lot of different aggressive shoes. Even at full price the difference between $150 and $170 is basically a nice quick draw.

        Awesome Shoes, Poor Marketing

        Best shoe ever

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

        This shoe is very stiff out of the box, but it wears in after a few uses. The shoe makes your feet blue, but the shoe is worth it. You can toe pick with bolt holes. These shoes are extremely aggressive but still are comfortable. Forget walking in these shoes, because the stiffness doesn't allow you.

        amazing shoe

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: Runs small

        i got this several months before it came out and i have loved every second in them. i have used this shoe for everything. i take it up sort routes trad climbs or multi pitches at smith and hard boulders in tahoe. i plan on using this on the competition scene and recomend it to anyone.

        Great shoe at the right price

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: Runs small

        I wear a 12 street shoe. Sized one full size down to 11. Pretty snug out of the box but broke in after a session or two. Could possibly have gone a half size further if I really wanted to. Hard edge, good toe hooking.

        I wear a size 12.5 in dragons. I've heard I should downsize a full size with the hiangles. What do you guys think? Is 11.5 too small? my dragons fit real tight at 12.5

        How do these compare to Dragons, any of the teams(neon blue, black and VXi) and the Quantum's?



        I have gotten settled on five ten after a long and drawn out process of going through other brands and sizing problems through the past few years. I currently wear an 11 for both quantum and dragon but could and have fit in to a US 10.5 with a lot of effort. I've tried the teams as I mentioned before and I even down sized a half size for black and VXi to US 10.5 but still felt more loose than my US 11 in dragon and quantum. I am interested in these shoes because they seem to have more knuckle room in the toe box and have a little "love bump" like the shaman and or la sportiva testies. All of the five ten shoes I've worn don't offer that from my personal experience, I know the shaman, solution, testies etc offer that knuckle room and bump where the big toe bends, they also seem to have a testie like heel. I'm slightly concerned about the heel slipping because after trying the teams and even with the downsize in them i could split my toe nails but still have my heel loose and pop out. I think the shoes just don't fit my foot, I really like the dragons and they seem to be the only shoe that I have found that has a heel like the way I want in terms of fit and utility to the way i climb. Perhaps it's lacing compared to velcro and strap system as far as getting them tight where I want or it could even be sizing. I'm done ranting but hopefully this provides some good background info while thinking about answering this.

        Thanks



        Can anyone touch base with me on any of this or try to compare them to the quantum, dragon or any of the teams?

        Hey mar,



        I recently purchased these shoes after many years wearing exclusively the teams, dragons, and solutions. First of all, I wear a 9 in both the dragons and the teams and a 39 in solutions. I had to go a full size down in these Hiangles, to an 8. I've always had a problem with 5.10 heelcups, too much room for my slim heel, but the dragons seemed to fit the best out of any 5.10 like you said. These hiangles don't have quite as an aggressive angled heel as the dragons, but they seem to fit pretty well with not too much deadspace. Hopefully that helps some, but if you're looking for a good heelhooking shoe, the solution is the one IMO.

        compared to five tens other aggressive shoe, would this shoe fit wide feet better than the team 5.10 shoe, blackwing, or arrowhead?

        i have personally only used the teams from that list. i love both of them and use them for different uses. teams are a lot softer and a bit more aggressive, which is one reason i personally like the hiangels. i prefer a stiffer shoe that i can wear for longer. i would suggest the hiangles over the teams if your doing an equal amount of gym and outdoor climbing. for exclusively gym climbing i would say go teams cause they grip the artificial holds better than any shoe ive ever worn.

        I have a really wide foot and most Five Ten shoes don't fit me too well, but the HiAngles worked for me. They were very uncomfortable for the first two sessions but after breaking in, they fit me like a glove and are extremely comfortable. I would recommend this shoe if you have a wide foot. I wear a size 13 in Blackwings and I got a size 12 in HiAngles. I could possibly go down half a size down more since they stretch a lot.