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The Five Ten Stonelands Slipper Climbing Shoe is a performance slipper for indoor training, outdoor bouldering, and narrow crack climbing. Its split grain leather upper material feels more comfortable than synthetic in order to provide a more relaxed jam in cracks, but it can stretch up to a full size after you've worn it for some time, so keep that in mind when you're choosing sizes. Five Ten added a supportive midsole for edge control and lateral stability so you'll feel more confident when you edge through a sticky situation on a boulder. Also helping you edge better is Five Ten's classic Stealth C4 rubber, which offers high friction so you don't peel off the slabby section of your trad climb.

The Stonelands Slipper has a natural, relaxed foot position that helps your foot stay comfortable on all-day crack climbs. Despite its foot position, this slipper has a moderate downturn profile so you can still climb faces well even though this shoe was designed for cracks. The moderate asymmetrical curvature means you'll be able to tackle indoor or sport routes with ease as well as cracks, and its elastic closure makes the Stonelands easy to slip on and off.

  • Split grain leather upper material
  • Elastic closure (slip-on)
  • Moderate downturn profile
  • Stealth C4 rubber
  • Moderate asymmetrical curvature
  • Supportive midsole
  • Relaxed foot position
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Comfy and Reliable

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs small
  • Size Bought: 43.5

Once this shoe stretched out to fit my foot, it is one of the more comfortable shoes I have owned. I found it great with heel hooks and ridiculously good for foot-jams. I took it on a very overhung sport climb and the only downer was that it felt as though it was slipping off some smaller holds (although polished) when it got real steep. But who's to say that's not my fault? Great Shoe.

uber tight

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

I just got back into climbing after a 5 year hiatus.. and I wanted to get a solid pair of shoes, I tried some La Sportivas (heel way too wide), Chili's (tiny), and finally these.

I wear a 9 street shoe, and got these in a 8.5 since slippers are supposed to stretch.. Ive only been climbing in them a couple times, but dangggggggggggg they are tight. Really hoping they stretch out or else I may have to lose my toes.

while they are currently pretty painful, they immediately upped my climbing game. all the bouldering and lead routes I couldn't quite finish in the gym rental shoes, I was able to do them clean on the first try.

Plus, they look sweet, and slippers are my shiz.

just gonna keep wearing them for 20 minute spurts at home in hope that they stretch more.

runs small but nice moc

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:Runs small

I ordered these in same size as my prior five ten anasazi, but these seem to run very small. Im returning for a 1/2 size up, and hope they work. I think I will really like them once I get the right size.

Sole seems grippy & fairly stiff.

A great alternative in a slipper

  • Fit:Runs small

The Stonelands slipper is a good alternative to the classic Moccasym for desert crack climbing, offering more midsole support, less sloppy edging, and a deeper heel cup. The Stonelands is sized significantly smaller than its counterpart though. I wear a street shoe 10.5 (EU 44), Mythos 43, Miuras 42.5, Anasazi 10, and Moccasym 9.5. I couldn't even come close to fitting my foot in the 9.5 Stonelands though and a size 10 is still wicked tight fitting to put on due to the smaller opening and heel cup shape, though it climbs fingers-hands cracks just right (flat toed) after the break-in period. Overall, this is a nice shoe that offers more overall performance than the Moccasym but the sizing is challenging.

A little more aggressive

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

I got them a half size smaller than my other 5.10 pair, which is all synthetic and symmetric. Initially, the fit was a bit too tight, but after about a dozen climbs they are great. Getting them on is still a little tricky because of the deep heel cup.

Nice all-round pair, solid on small footholds. Good build quality too.

Comfortable do-it-all shoes

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I got a pair of Stonelands Slippers for the gym. After a while I found myself using them for everything from narrow cracks to face climbs and from gym or random cragging to long multi-pitch routes.

Stonelands Slipper vs Anasazi VCS quick comparison. Those owning Anasazi-VCS-shaped-feet will find them to be of almost the same size and shape. They are a bit more stiff and precise then Anasazi VCS, a bit less sensitive and feel a bit less secure when heel hooking.

They are good comfy all-around shoes (if your feet are of "Anasazi shape").

Fits tighter than the anasazi moc

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Ordered a 10 1/2, same as my Anasazi Moccs. Barely got my foot into the shoe. Returned for an 11.

I wore these for 8 pitches up Moby Grabe on Cannon Mtn, NH. The heels rubbed badly and caused some very painful blistering by the third pitch.

I am in the market for a pair of crack...

I am in the market for a pair of crack climbing shoes. Up to now all of my climbing shoes have been sized aggressively for sport climbing/bouldering. I have been able to try on the Stonelands VCS and think I've found the right size for them, but am a bit concerned the fit of the Slipper will be a bit different because there won't be velcro straps or laces to tighten things up, so I'm unsure of what size I should order in these. Any tips?

Depending on what size fits you good in those Stoneland VCS shoes I would say given the info you have presented you may want to size down half a size because as you know a lot of bouldering will stretch the shoe out over time so I think that given the fact that you won't be able to tighten with these the best option would be to plan ahead and kinda white knuckle it for the first few sessions of climbing in order to stretch the shoe out to your correct size. But since you've found your size that you like I would say no more than half a size down.

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 five ten moccasyms?