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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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Hey team,
I bought these about a month ago. Based on the suggestions here, i sized down 1.5 sizes. Unfortunately, I think i over did it. Any tips or suggestions on how to make them stretch a little bit more?

Other than bunching my toes up a little too much, they are great shoes.

5 5

Great shoes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have been using them in the gym. Great shoes, sticky rubber. Handle overhangs nicely. Tight initially but have stretched to fit nicely. Highly recommend.

Chris Sharma crushing 5.14d in the Mocs

Classic clip from the Dosage series! FA of Dreamcatcher

3 5

A nice shoe to add to your quiver

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these shoes for the longer slab and crack climbs at Lumpy ridge because my Muiras were just too much for that kind of climbing. Initially I found them to be great shoes for that job, I took them to the voo and on low grade climbs in eldo and didn't have trouble at all. But, once I moved back to the Adirondacks for school I sent my Muiras in to be resoled and was left with only these... that's when I got frustrated. Once your feet start to sweat in these guys you can kiss all your edging power goodbye. Three weeks of flailing around on technical climbs with these put a damper on my faith in them. In the midst of that time I took a trip to Rumney and I will say they held up great on the overhangs there, found no issue at all in that department. So my verdict is, if you want a shoes for long days on slabs or in cracks, these are great. If your climbing gently overhanging stuff they will do the job, but for anything in between (and theres a lot in between that if you like technical climbing) you may want to resort to a different pair. Also I bouldered a bit with them and they wouldn't be my first choice, but they suffice if its not edge dependent. Ripped a heel hook dependent roof with them and they stayed on.

5 5

Smear all over the place!

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

I've used these more times than any of my other shoes combined. Great, grippy Five-Ten rubber that lasts and lasts. Really great all around shoe that can be used for just about anything. However, these are not great for hard toe hooks or -obviously- heel hooks (you can still heel hook something as long as there's not a ton of pressure on that heel). These shoes do cover everything up to a really technical overhung problem which is why I give them 5 stars. Also come in handy when you find yourself on the few and far-between footholds of PA diabase.

Sizing advice -I went one size down from my normal street shoe size, which was super tight and hard to get on until I used them at the gym for 5 or 6 sessions and now they're perfect.

I'm using five Ten spire size 7us men. It fits pretty well. What size of moccasym should I purchase? The same size? I'm from Brazil and in my town does't have any five ten shoe. Thanks for the help

Responded on

Go a full size down from your street shoe, they stretch a bunch.

5.10 Mocs

5.10 Mocs

My buddy's climbing shoes. Uses them for cracks, face and bouldering here in The Valley

5 5

Love these!!!

  • Fit: True to size

These are my newest shoe acquisition. Get them tight, they stretch and fit like a glove. Overly tight though seems to be needless, since they are reported to just stretch more and end up being the same fit in the end. I would suggest 1 size down. Unless you get them too loose they edge ok for a moc. They are sticky, and smear well. The more I wear them, the better I like the fit!

Sizing: I'm an 11.5 street/running shoe; 11.0 in an Anasazi VCS. I tried a 10 at first and could barely get them on! I need a bit more than average toe space. I'm sure they would have stretched out in time but decided to not put myself through that and exchanged for 10.5 instead. After break-in of 2-3 trips to the gym they fit great, but not too loose. I feel stable on the edges, and once the rubber breaks in they stick like glue.

They are SUPER comfortable... you know that fit you get right before shoes wear out and you have to replace them, like that, but a lot sooner!

4 5

Chief Red-Foot's favorite moccasins.

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

Because they'll dye your feet red. Get it? And he's a Chief so he wears mocassims? Zing.

These are my preferred shoes for all-day moderate multipitch climbing. The Stealth rubber has a little extra durability that's sticky enough for that 6-pitch granite slab and crack route you saw in your buddy's Sierra guidebook.

They're surprisingly high performance on steep sport, great for cracks, excellent for smearing and tenuous slab. They even heel hook somehow! The lip where the stealth rubber sole terminates gives a little bite on certain features, and the shoe's heel cup keeps your gross feet from slipping out and scaring small children.

They stretch A LOT. When you buy them they hurt like crazy, after putting in some time at the crag, you've got this perfectly-fitting shoe that feels like you're walking on God's face, until a week later when they are too loose and sensitivity is somewhat compromised by that. Get a FULL-SIZE smaller and tough it out. I recommend wearing them while you watch climbing videos at home.

Classic, durable, sensitive at times, a top-performer in many circumstances, and valuable too! Snag a pair of these just to fit in.

5 5

Always keep a pair of these

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these shoes. I've climbing all day trad to stout boulder problems in these.
Only down side is that they do stretch a bit.

5 5

Stretch to fit

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These rock kicks are really versatile. At home on long trad climbs, or on short boulder problems, and definitely at home in cracks. The rubber is grippy enough so smear just about anything, and while they are built for edging, they do perform well when you need to.

Definitely size down a hair, cause these puppies will stretch for sure.

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.

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

Tight at first

Tight at first

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.

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.

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.