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Dominate the scree fields and gnarly scrambles that separate you and your climb thanks to the grippy Stealth rubber soles of the FiveTen Men's Warhawk Shoe. On the way up the hill the perforated leather uppers protect your twinkle toes from mountainous hazards, and on the way down the padded tongue takes the bite out of gnarly descents. FiveTen added an EVA heel wedge and external heel counter to create an extra stable platform for particularly loose or rugged terrain. With a name like the Warhawk, you know it can handle it's business.

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What is the sizing on these like compared...

What is the sizing on these like compared to standard street shoe size?

I find Five Ten sizing to be pretty spot on. I just wear my street shoe size unless it is an unlined leather climbing shoe where I size down 1 size.

these look like they would be a good shoe...

these look like they would be a good shoe to wear on aid pitches. any thoughts?

The Warhawks are not built to withstand a huge amount of abuse from walling, so you may want to add stealth glue to the toe and rand to prevent premature wear and tear. The support is adequate for standing in etriers for a long time and the sticky rubber would make busting a free move possible. Overall, these should make a good wall shoe, but be careful of wear and tear on any approach shoe on repeated big wall climbs.


Cool look, sticky sole

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

These are great approach shoes: comfortable and sticky (as always, thanks 5.10!) They are almost a cross between approach shoes and climbing shoes because of the sole. The rubber on the front half of the shoe wore down very quickly. They're great shoes, but for approach shoes you're planning on mostly hiking in, dot rubber on the whole sole seems to last a bit longer.



  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

These really aren't bad approach shoes, the rubber is good. I use them only for approach though, they're SUPER fat shoes, I feel like I'm back in the early 2000's when super fat skate shoes were popular. So that's a bit annoying, I think if I bought another approach shoe I'd go with patagonia's cragmaster.

they do look like sk8 shoes. the flat front rubber seems like it would make them tough for dirt trails

yeah, some approach shoes are trying to keep the "climbing shoe" front but it definitely only gives you traction on scree slopes, scrambles and boulderfields. Any sort of dusty trail, mud, or anything like that sucks in these. Also, getting them the slightest bit damp makes them lose traction even on rock because they're so smooth. Tradeoffs!

here's another good approach shoe that's caught my attention lately, the raised heel and more aggressive lugs make it better for hiking as well as scrambles and scree slopes



    Not a bad shoe. The picture makes it look more like a skate style shoe....It's not. It is a very comfortable climbing shoe, if that even exists.

    Mall cruising shoes with Stealth Rubber; just in case you have the sudden impulse to climb up the side of the brick facade outside of Nordstrom.