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Edging performance and all-day comfort.

For an edging shoe that you can comfortably wear all day, look no further than the Five Ten Stonelands Lace-up Climbing Shoe. The innovative new Stonelands last provides precision edging performance by utilizing the natural flat-toed position of the foot, meaning you get the comfort you've always wanted with the performance technical face climbs demand.

  • Durable Cowdura upper provides a precise fit and has a synthetic lining for all-day comfort
  • Lace closure is precise and secure
  • Flat profile shape performs on everything from dime edges to narrow cracks
  • Innovative Stonelands last utilizes the natural flat-toed shape and position of the foot for both comfort and performance
  • First and Last midsole provides powerful edging performance with soft sensitivity
  • Stealth C4 rubber provides legendary friction and edging performance

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5 5

Super stoked!!

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

Have had a pair for 6 months now and super happy with them!! They fit wide in the toe box (wider than the anasazi) which suit me perfectly. Soooo comfy, yet definitely has enough performance in them when I need to push it a little. Used them for 3 weeks in Arapiles where they were the perfect shoe - performance multi-pitch shoes. I was a euro 40 in Muiras, and US 9 fit me perfect in these, so they do run way small. After 6 months, the shoes are holding up well.

2 5

The Stoke Is Low

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I loved them out of the box. I was hoping for an all day shoe, what I have now is a low angle slab/thin crack shoe when i can stand the smell. The midsole broke down super quick, so it's more like wearing a slipper with laces. But on the upside, the 5.10 rubber is still sticky.

5 5

One with my foot....great shoes.

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

Very comfortable and high performance. I especially like that it feels like "one" with my foot. In other words, it doesn't twist at all like the velcro Anasazi VCS did and they stick VERY well to the smallest holds. It smears excellent too. I can wear these most of the day with no problem, even with my wide feet. They run small though, had to exchange the 9s for 9.5. After about 6 months of heavy use (3 X per week) I noticed a very small crack in the rubber in front of the big toe. Just ordered a second pair, was hoping to get more mileage. May have to get them resoled. Would highly recommend.

I've noticed that some sites list the shoe...

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I've noticed that some sites list the shoe materials as synthetic/leather. I know the upper is synthetic. Do these shoes have any real leather on them?

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first thoughts

The last few years I've been wearing Muiras at the gym and Mythos in the real world, where I mainly do longer easyish multi-pitch trad routes. My Mythos are about done, so I thought I'd try these 5.10 Stonelands. I've had them out a few times now and so far I'm impressed. They're not your go-to technical shoe, but for the easier trad climbs I do, they're great. They edge well for a comfortable shoe and the sole is quite soft, so you get a good feel of the rock, and with the StealthC4 they stick, so they're really good for smearing.I find them really comfortable. They're not super wide, but as I have a slightly wider foot, they're the first 5.10 shoes I've been able to wear. The heel is slightly narrow, but I don't find that an issue. It's worth knowing that they're sized differently to some of the other 5.10 shoes. If you fit an 8.5 in the Anasazi Verde, you'd be looking at 9.0 or even 9.5 in these. I fit a 40.5 in Muiras and Mythos, and I've gone for a 9.5 in these (I could probably have fitted a 9, but comfort was a priority this time around). The only minus I've encountered is that there appears to be a QC issue with the lace loops...at least half of them tore out of the upper on first use. Rather than return the shoes and hope for better luck next time, I just punched holes for the laces with a leather punch, and this arrangement has worked out fine...I probably prefer it to lace loops. Otherwise, the QC seems pretty good.

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Someone I know tried these on in a store and the lace loops tore out while tightening the shoes.

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Interestingly, I've had the same experience that ninins' friend had, though not in the store - took about a month for one of the lace loops to bust free on me. Apparently it is something of a known issue with 5.10, though I've no idea what they're doing about it. My retailer (bentgate) made it sound like a major pain in the rear to handle a return with 5.10, so I've decided to just soldier on - and keep my eyes open for something in a similar vein...

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I agree spot on with the sizing. I am a euro 40 in Muiras, I went with a US 9.0 in the Stonelands Laceups.