maip70492 wrote a review of Five Ten Anasazi LV Climbing Shoe - Women's on July 11, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small
I've gone through three (resoled) pairs of these.
These have been my "quiver of one" shoe for the gym and the outdoors. They stick like no other. They're soft enough to be sensitive; they have enough of a power toe to give performance; and yet they can still edge some. They're comfortable enough (for me at least) to wear for a couple pitches, but don't sacrifice performance. Cracks were no problem either. They're pretty good at everything.
Major cons were (1) durability: the rubber on these shoes seems to just evaporate right off, and is prone to separating at the edge where the sole meets the toe; and (2) specificity: for any given type of climbing (steep, small edges, etc.) you can probably find a better shoe...but you'd be hard-pressed to find one as versatile.
I took close to my street size (roughly 9-9.5, took 9.5) in these and it was a hair snug, but the correct size for me.