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Two decades of legendary performance.

Five Ten has been making the Anasazi Moccasym Climbing Shoe nearly unchanged for the last two decades, and it's certainly not due to a lack of attention. The super soft midsole and narrow slip-on profile have made it the secret weapon of numerous top athletes when the task at hand involves jamming in a tips-only finger crack or maintaining a delicate toe-hook on overhung rock. Point being, a pair of Moccs belongs in every serious climber's bag of tricks.

  • Full grain leather uppers stretch out overtime for a custom fit
  • Slip-on design makes for easy on and off and creates a narrow foot profile
  • Soft fish hook midsole provides the required sensitivity for delicate smears and dime edges
  • Narrow and flat toe profile makes the shoe a go-to choice for hard crack climbs and difficult toe hooks
  • Stealth C4 rubber provides legendary traction on the every type of rock imaginable

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5 5

I'm hooked

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

If you can excuse the bright red tinge that these puppies leave your feet after a good session, you shouldn't think twice about picking up a pair!
Ridiculously comfy, yet snug and oh so sticky (the rubber I mean), these are a perfect all around climbing shoe as you'll hear over and over... because it's true!
If you made the correct choice and want to buy some, you can get away with sizing them at your regular shoe size. If you're a toe-binder, then get a size or half-size smaller than your regular shoe size.
Have Fun!

Moccasym's crushing it.

Moccasym's crushing it.

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legendary stealth rubber does work at the top of the coffin, Little cottonwood canyon, UT

Tight at first

Tight at first

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These shoes stretch a good bit after use, so I always tend to get them really tight. Decided to warm them up to help my feet get used to them.

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Fun on the Flatirons

Fun on the Flatirons

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Blasting up the second flatiron in Boulder CO.

5 5

comfy all day shoe

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

I got a pair of Moccs for my all day/bigwall/hand crack shoes. I sized them pretty big and because of that its hard to stay on small stuff (but thats not what i sized them for!) As far as cracks and friction slab go, this shoe is tops! supper sticky rubber and so comfortable i can wear them all day long! Great on all types of rock.

Red Rock bouldering

Red Rock bouldering

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Doing some bouldering just outside the park itself.

5 5

Favorite all around

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

This is my favorite all around shoe for every day use. This was the first pair of shoes I ever bought, years ago. I recently got another pair and it's got me wondering why I ever stopped climbing in these in the first place. I wear these at the gym, at the crag, and for all-day multi-pitch adventures as well.

5 5

Great all around shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Ive used this shoe for about 3 years climbing hard 3 to 5 times a week and they hold up great. From low angled slabs, to horizontal roof climbing, these shoes are amazing. I size them one full size down from my street shoe and they fit great. Some people prefer them little bigger. It all depends on the type of climbing, and foot shape. Do not go too small. This is not a shoe that edges extremely well. That said, they do ok at the occasional edge here and there. I had a friend go about 2 sizes smaller than his street shoe and as a result they over stretched and fit terrible now. Great crack climbing shoe as their are no laces to get cut. I use these primarily for sport and have a bigger size for trad that I occasionally use.

I need help sizing from an experienced...

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I need help sizing from an experienced person. I don't have a local place where i can go try them on so I'm hoping someone here can help me out. Ive already got some stiff, comfy trad shoes for edging and tight downturned shoes for roofs so i just need an easy on/off work horse shoe that i can use for chill sport climbing and finger cracks/smearing. How much should i downsize?

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Hey Levi,

You might want to size down a half size to a full size depending on your foot type and preference. These shoes will stretch a bit so after the break-in period you might gain up to a full size of stretch so sizing down a full size if probably in your best interest.

Friend's Go To Shoe!

Friend's Go To Shoe!

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John at T-Wall climbing Night Shift. Threw on those Mocs for 3 outa 4 climbs that day

Paint Your Feet Red!

Paint Your Feet Red!

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got my brother a pair as well, 9.5 street shoe and 8.5 in these
-Sunny and Steep Crag in Red Rock

4 5

Paint Your Feet Red!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these shoes. I bought them primarily for long days, multi pitch routes and cracks but pretty much use them for everything. After a little bit of stretching, the unlined leather fits my foot perfectly snug. They are a great all round shoe, smear really well and the stealth rubber performs well on pretty much any surface. Only downside is edging and they stretch a ton so buy small! For sizing, I wear an 8.5 street shoe, went with a 7.5 in this and wear an 8 in the Anasazi VCS

Paint Your Feet Red!
5 5

I dont leave the house without them

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

This is the best shoe iv ever worn, i where them at the gym, iv bouldered in them, slab, crack, multi-pitch it works great and breaks in very well. Most climbing shoes are painful but these are comfortable and don't sacrifice performance. Im on my second pair now after 2 years of heavy use. I will always have a pair of these.

4 5

you should have it.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

this is a shoe that everyone should have! It does good work at pretty much all types of climbing. i've worn it for everything; gym, crack, slab, bouldering, sport, trad. They're comfy! It's a solid all around go-to. There are other shoes that specialize in certain aspects of climbing but I will always have a pair of these from here on out! honestly I kind of consider the red-dyed feet a badge of honor. ha you can always tell who are the other moccasym bros out there. As far as sizing, definitely get them on the smaller side of the spectrum of what you think you'll fit into. They do stretch out and you'll want them to be your right size at the end of their stretch, not at the beginning. Enjoy and Crush!

4 5

A nice trick up your sleeve.

So i just got these mocs and broke them in but i can tell I will probably use this a lot. They're not meant for extreme overhangs, extreme edging or extreme cracks, these are your work-horse shoe. These are the shoe you work your bouldering project in when you don't feel like strapping on the second pair or claws. They're designed for comfort, and that's exactly what they do. I plan on running these shoes down during long hours in the gym this winter, and then getting them nice and dirty in the spring.
Pros:
1)They're awesome for smearing, granite and easy cracks.
2) comfy as all get out.
3) durable
4) they really conform to your foot b/c they're leather
5) easy on and off
6) five ten's sticky rubber
Cons:
1) they Stretch A LOT!!!!
2) not the best as edging
3) dye your feet red for a while
Notes:
1) I wear a size 11.5 in Anasazi VCS and 10.5 in mocassym , which means It was hard to get my foot in the first time. But now that they've stretched they edge decently and still smear great and I can still wear them for a pretty long time and not afraid to fall and land on my feet. I also wear 43 in Sportiva solutions (stupid tight) and 44 in mythos (pretty loose).
2) Buy them super tight, but to the point you can just get your foot in, then TAKE A SHOWER WITH THEM!!! Something I do with all my shoes (especially leather). This gets a lot of the red dye and stretches them almost 3/4 a size. Climbing will do the rest, they usually STRECH ABOUT A FULL SIZE.
recommendations:
1) not an all around shoe but simply a supplement to your bag of tricks.
2) look for a sale, if you can't find these for under $100 you're not looking hard enough.

I give it 4 stars because it does the job it was designed for but can't do everything.

4 5

Good crack, bad edge

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

Great for cracks as they are really comfortable. However I have never worn a shoe worse at edging than this one. Use it for the creek but leave it In your pack to send your steep or overhung project

3 5

Very suitable transition shoe

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

I first have to say that this is only the 2nd pair of rock shoes I've ever owned, so I can't really tell you it's better or worse than this shoe or that. Also, I've only had them outdoors once, as I live in FL so almost all of my climbing is in the gym.

I wear US street shoe size 12 and was advised to get these in a size 10 (2 full sizes down), so I did. For the first 10-12 sessions they were very uncomfortable, and I was taking them off after every problem. They did eventually stretch out and I feel that size 10 is great for me. Almost a year later they're still always tight (painfully so if they don't get used for a couple weeks), but I can always get them on my feet. In my opinion, anyone sizing these down less than 1 full size is not getting the most out of this shoe. I'd say size down 2 if you want really aggressive use, and 1- 1.5 down if you are less tolerant of discomfort.

I have kind of long feet, and my only complaint is that the top of my big toe has always felt pinched in these shoes. I've taken to taping my big toe before every session, but now the left one has a hole in it right where my big toenail is, so clearly there's a lot of pressure there, which makes sense. For this reason I'm going to try some La Sportivas next, but this shoe was great for cutting my teeth on some mid-level bouldering problems at my gym for a year.

These really grab jibs and smear great, I love the rubber on these. The straps are very helpful pulling these onto your foot. Beware, the red will bleed onto your foot for the first several uses, this can look a little freaky if you're not ready for it :)

Yosemite Bouldering

Yosemite Bouldering

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Crushing some granite bouldering with Moccasyms.

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