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Five Ten Rogue VCS Climbing Shoe - Women's

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    7 Reviews

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    An inexpensive climbing shoe that doesn't lack in performance.

    Five Ten designed its Women's Rogue VCS Climbing Shoe for beginners who want to transfer what they learned in the gym to the outdoors with ease. Built with the same last as Five Ten's Stonelands series, this shoe has a naturally relaxed foot position so you can learn how to climb comfortably without the constant discomfort of downturned climbing shoes. The Rogue's upper material is made out of split grain leather that conforms to your foot while you climb for a glove-like fit, and it has a uniform give and natural breathability. This shoe uses two hook-and-loop straps so you can put it on and take it off with ease. The outsole uses Five Ten's classic Stealth C4 for excellent edging and high friction that'll keep you on the greasiest of holds in the gym or on natural rock.

    The technologies used in the Rogue work toward keeping your foot both snug and comfortable. Its Active Arch Technology ensures a consistent position so your foot won't slide forward in the shoe, and the Comfort Range Slingshot wraps around your heel to secure the back of your foot so you can develop your skills and techniques.

    • Split grain leather upper material
    • Women-specific fit
    • Hook-and-loop closure
    • Active Arch Technology at arch
    • Comfort Range Slingshot heel
    • Stealth C2 sole
    • Item #FVT2019

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    split grain leather
    Closure
    hook and loop straps
    Rubber
    Stealth C4
    Profile
    low to moderate downturn
    Asymmetrical Curvature
    high
    Claimed Weight
    [single, men's size 9] 7 oz
    Recommended Use
    gym climbing, bouldering, sport climbing, trad climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    I just bought my second pair

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

    I love these shoes, size down because they do stretch. I have a narrower foot and they fit well. I have a larger size that I like for trad climbing. I could wear these shoes all day.

    Beginner

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

    I'm just getting into climbing and I like these shoes because they fit well and don't make my feet cry out in pain. I've used them at the gym and outdoors. I wear between a 7.5-8 in normal shoes and bought an 8 in these and they fit perfectly.

    Sooo comfortable, great to train in

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 6

    These shoes are the most comfortable pair of climbing shoes I own. The other shoes I own are the 5.10 Anasazi LV Women and 5.10 Blackwing mens (older model).

    After you break them in, they are ridiculously comfortable. I went with my street shoe size. It was painful for the first couple of months but now they feel amazing. These will stretch a full size after a few months.

    These are very soft shoes. By soft shoes I mean the entire shoe is soft and doesn't offer much support. These shoes are not great for edging and sloppy footwork, so if footwork is your weakness you might want to look elsewhere. Or you can use the softness to your advantage like me and just climb in them all the time so it forces you to use proper foot technique. I definitely can't get away with sloppy footwork in these like I can with my other shoes. Training in these most of the time has definitely improved my feet.

    I've had these for 4 months now and I don't see any signs of major wear and tear, but then again I store my shoes correctly, limit my time walking in them, and I don't drag my toes :)

    Btw I see ladies at my gym crushing v6+ in these shoes

    Lastly, these shoes are not made out of material that produce terrible odors like other climbing shoes.

    Great All Arounder

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

    These shoes don't feature a very aggressive profile, which can be great for certain climbers. Climbers looking for an all around shoe will like this one, it's comfy enough for long multi pitch routes, it features a rand that covers a portion of the toes so it can be used for crack climbing, but has that awesome 5.10 rubber that is great for edging on technical routes. This shoe would be best for anyone looking to get into climbing or looking for a shoe that isn't too fierce but still offers great performance.

    Comfortable, Wears Quickly

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

    This is my third or fourth pair of climbing shoes and they're by far the most comfortable I have owned, from day one. No painful days breaking them in as the leather is soft and thin. As others have mentioned, they wear quickly, especially if used in the gym or shoved into big cracks - mine started to fray and the rubber started to peel from the edges.



    I love them for long days on the wall or cragging days climbing cracks or slabs. I would definitely recommend these to anyone as their first pair of shoes as they aren't nearly as painful or aggressive as other shoes I've owned. That being said, they're a great addition to a serious climbers 'quiver' of shoes as well.



    5.10 rubber is some of my favorite and I love that the straps of these shoes go directly through the leather with grommets as I've seen straps get pulled off or rip before.



    I wear a 5 or 6 street shoe, and have a 5.5 in these. They didn't stretch at all as my other leather shoes have.



    Comfortable,  Wears Quickly

    Finger cracks and slabs

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

    This is a soft unlined shoe with velcro and low-volume sizing for fit and pointed toes. It enables good footwork without being painful, but it is not a powerful shoe because it is not stiff or downpointed at all.



    I bought these for the gym, but put a hole in them in less than 2 months. I am hard on my gym shoes and I have a friend who has been using hers in the gym 2x per week for 6 months or more. They can work as a gym shoe, but they are not as durable as an Evolv, such as the Elektra.



    I did find that these are excellent on finger cracks. I've worked on Sherrie's Crack (Yosemite) and Johnny Cat (Indian Creek) in them and loved them. They spooge into relatively small (#0.3-0.75 Camalot) cracks very well. Additionally, the rubber is sticky and because the shoes are soft, they give you a lot of surface area on friction moves so they are great for when the crack really gets too small or for full-on slab climbing.



    Of course, they underperform on overhangs because they are not stiff enough for you to get real power out of your feet in them. That said, I climbed Serengeti (Bishop) and worked out the moves on Ironman (Bishop) in them, so they can work for bouldering as well.



    As for sizing, they run similar to other 5.10 shoes. I am a 7.5 street shoe, a 37.5 Elektra, a 36.5 La Sportiva (Mythos and Miura Lace-ups), and I am a 37.5 (7) in these shoes.

    Dancing shoes.

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

    I loved these shoes after my first climb. Slipper-like fit, super snug but the unlined leather means it conforms to your feet and will continue to do so, so it will get better and better with time. I have a few pairs of climbing shoes, some that are quite aggressive and some that aren't, but I found myself really enjoying these for those days that you don't feel like crying. I find that these are a great relaxed-position shoe (no claw-like hooks needed here... I don't climb v8's) but still has a super tight fit and pointed toe so you can feel and grip onto the tiniest little ledges.



    I would recommend these kicks to anyone who's looking for their first pair of shoes, especially if you have oddly shaped feet because of the ability for the unlined leather to stretch and conform to them.



    I've found FiveTen's climbing shoe sizing works great if you just stick to your street size- I wear an 8.5 womens' street shoe and the 8.5 in this shoe fits great, very tight with just a bit of toe-curl. I wouldn't recommend downsizing.

    Dancing shoes.