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Five Ten Anasazi Moccasym Climbing Shoe

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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
    • Item #FVT2021

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    split grain leather
    Closure
    elastic
    Rubber
    Stealth C4
    Profile
    flat
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    low
    Claimed Weight
    [single, size 9] 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    trad climbing, bouldering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Great for crack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got these for those days in the creek when your looking up splitters all day. I really enjoy the slip on slip off style of these, and the fact that they are super comfortable and not aggressive at all. The only downside to these shoes is that they are fairly high volume and don't edge quite as well as my La Sportiva Muira's. None the less, they are great for those long multi-pitch routes when your feet really start to ache.

    Great for crack

    Great climbing shoe

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

    I wanted a pair of less aggressive shoes to use in the gym and these have fit the bill completely. They fit true to size, but if you want a tighter fit I would size down. Great all around shoe!

    These are great

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 13

    These get the most use from me on those lunch time bouldering gym trips, for the price the quality is great. The have seen some out doors and they are holding up well. All and all i would buy another set and have recommend them to several friends.

    Great shoe at a good price

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

    The fit: The sizing is always the hardest part for me when it comes to buying new shoes. I wear a size 14 street shoe, but I probably am really a 13.5. So for these guys I went with a 12.5 to allow for some stretch. Right out of the box they fit pretty tight but they did stretch quite a bit and seems like are still stretching. I have been wearing them only for about 3 months now and the fit is just a tad tight of where I want it for a good comfortable crack shoe.

    Performance: The "feel" of these is really good, I felt like they helped me get a better feeling for my foot placements just through the flexible nature of the shoe. The rubber is also quite sticky and does a great job smearing, okay job edging.

    Great at what they're good for.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9

    There are 30 5 star reviews. I clearly don't have much to add. I wear size 41 Solutions, 41.5 Muira's and my old trad shoe is a size 9 Anasazi Arrowheads, if that helps anyone with sizing. I bought these in size 9 and they are still tight after about 6 weeks of pretty intense breaking in. These shoes are baller on techy face climbs and friction slab. They really aren't bad at overhung climbs but I do not notice a pretty substantial difference on overhangs compared to solutions, obviously. But these are tremendously comfortable to climb in compared to my aggressive downturned shoes and the minimalist slipper makes them perfect for everything from offwidth, to finger cracks.

    Picture is me rocking my red moccs in Red Rocks.

    Great at what they're good for.

    REDS

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These shoes have treated me right. I absolutely love them and they work well for just about everything but they are definitely best for cracks. They aren't my favorite gym shoe but I still find myself gym climbing in them anyway. I purchased a half size too small and they fit perfect. They do stretch a little bit but keep in mind your feet tend to swell up on a hot summer day so I wouldn't advise down sizing too much. Will always have a pair of these shoes in my arsenal of climbing gear.

    For Cracks

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 39

    Have a pair that I only wear for cracks and multipitch for comfort. I have very volume feet so they were pretty hard to get on at first, but they have since broken in abit and seem pretty comfortable. Nice low profile toe for slipping into cracks and very sensitive.

    Classic shoe, not for low volume feet

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    Ask any climber what they think is the best crack climbing shoe on the planet, and chances are you'll receive a resounding reply of "MOCCS!!!". I ordered my first pair this fall, and to my sorrow, my super low volume feet did not fit well in these gems. Sizing about a half size down from my street shoe size left me with slightly smushed toes, but lots of vertical wiggle room and dead space in the forefoot area. The rubber is fantastic and the fit is incredibly comfortable-- heel cup included. Great shoe, just not for skinny feet!

    GO-TO Crack Shoe!

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

    My fav crack climbing shoe ever! Easy to slip on, no laces to replace, great rubber, and comfy once you break them in! They are even nimble enough for me to edge on when the opportunity presents itself. I usually add some stealth rubber paint to them once they are broken in to strengthen the upper toe area for cracks.

    Stretch is crazy.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large

    This is a great crack climbing shoe as is what most people use this shoe for. For a shoe that you can stand in all day and be comfortable in, it is great for that. The down fall to this shoe is that the stretch is crazy! I have had two different pairs of these shoes. The first pair I had were size 9 and the stretched a full size at least causing them to slip and not being able to climb in them. The second pair I down Sized to a 7.5 and they fit great and I can wear them all day. Another down size is they dye your feet bright red which most people do not mind but it can be hard to wash off.

    Stretch is crazy.

    Rad shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 39.5

    These have been my favorite climbing shoes yet. I sized them with a bouldering fit and they've stretched just enough for a perfect all around fit. I can wear them for long multi-pitched days pretty comfortably and they still perform well as bouldering shoes, although if I really want performance I go for a more aggressive shoe. They also smear amazingly. I usually wear a women's 9.5 (40-41) street shoe size, and bought a 39.5.

    So far so good

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I’m still in the break-in period with these. I sized them to a slightly aggressive sport/boulder fit initially, hoping they’ll stretch into a more relaxed size for trad and crack use. I can't be sure I sized them right just yet, but even with the limited break-in time thus far, with my toes slightly bent in the shoes, they’re easily comfortable enough to wear for a couple pitches at a time. I imagine they can only get better over the next couple weeks.

    Performance-wise, no complaints at all so far. They edge decently right now, but they’re really shining where smearing is particularly important, which is exactly what I was expecting of them. I still opt for my Five Ten Arrowheads for steep or pocketed sport routes when outside, but indoors, the Mocs are absolutely perfect.

    Gift for the husb.

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    Purchased these for my husband, who was just starting to get into climbing. He had climbed in gym rentals, as well as tried on a few other shoes, and had nothing but terrible (slanderous) words to speak about climbing shoes. Until the Moccasyms. A great shoe for those who hate climbing shoes (or need a comfortable trad shoe). Ran true to size, but be aware: they will stretch, and they will dye your feet red :) Get them a little small if you'll be climbing in them often.

    Slippers for life

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Most comfortable shoe I have ever had. These shoes have never cause any pain in my feet, even after wearing them on long multipitch days. The slipper still provides a tight fit after over a year with the same pair. Easy to slide on and easier to slide off. Why work hard just to put a shoe on?

    My Go-To Climbing Shoe

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

    Use them in the gym mostly, but work great outside as well. Will always have a pair of these in my line up!

    My Go-To Climbing Shoe

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

    Use them in the gym mostly, but work great outside as well. Will always have a pair of these in my line up!

    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.

    Unanswered Question

    I'm looking at the these for crack climbing. I have a pair of Anasazi VCS in a 9.5 and they are perfect. Sound like some folks are advocating going down another 1/2 size for the mocs. Is this everyone's experience? Go down smaller in the mocs? Since I'm looking at them specifically for cracks, I may not need my toes curled as aggressively as I do for the VCS, but I still want them to fit well.

    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.

    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

    I need help sizing from an experienced...

    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?

    I'm looking for a 'cheap' pair to run down...

    I'm looking for a 'cheap' pair to run down in the gym, this or the stoneland slippers? Also size comparison to the anasazi vcs?

    I would go with the Moccasyms. Great shoe for sure and perfect for long sessions at the gym, as they are easy to get on and off. I would go with a half size smaller than the VCS simply bc these are leather shoes and will stretch out AND they don't have the velcro to strap it down.

    How far down from street shoe should these...

    How far down from street shoe should these be sized? I'm not interested in toe crunching tight, just snug.