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Teva may be new to the dirty and dusty mountain bike scene, but their shoe know-how has given them a upper hand. Slide into the Teva Pinner Shoe for positive traction. You'll stay locked on the pedals, thanks to the mega-grippy Spider365 rubber compound and durable construction.

  • Spider365 rubber not only stays securely planted to pedals, it also provides traction during hike-a-bikes
  • Blended EVA heel cup transfers impact energy throughout the footbed

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was initially impressed with the pinners

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

I purchased these shoes in early Jan of this year (2013) and the bottom of my right shoe is basically being torn to shreds. I have no issues with the other features of this shoe, but a little disappointed with the waffle walls being ripped apart. I ride ~2 times a week on these and have the Shimano Saint flats (pins are not too aggresive). When I first rcv'dthe shoes, they were grippy and held good. Now, starting to get slipage (very noticible on the right side). **Edit to add....the shoes may not be all that....but, Backcountry's Cust Service (as always) is AWESOME! Now riding in a pair of five ten freeriders**

was initially impressed with the pinners

so far so good

    Really wanted the Five Ten Freeriders but they were out of my size. SO I went with the Teva Pinners based on reviews and they seemed to be a comparable shoe. I've only been out once so far but they seemed pretty decent. Felt secure on the platforms, but maybe not drastically different than the Etnies I had been wearing. I suppose the tread pattern grabs the pins a bit more. Have yet to go out urban riding with them. The shoes feel comfy but I'd say they run small... so watch out for that if ordering online. I normally wear an 8. When the Freeriders I ordered were too small as an 8, I went up a half size for the Pinners. I could have worn a 9 in these shoes and been fine. I'll know next time. I still think the rubber of the Freeriders was more grippy.

    Good lower cost option

      Saw these locally on sale, so I picked them up while looking for a different shoe to try. I was skeptical of the side panels wearing quickly but they've held up fine (they appear to be just a soft felt, but must not be). Still look good after being caked with mud, and dried/brushed off. Toe rand looks to be made of tough hypalon and has held up great all the way around.

      Traction is great, as in I have to pick up my foot to move it if I need to reposition on my Wellgo MG-1s. Much stickier than my old Nike 6.0s.

      The only thing I would like is a maybe an option to keep the laces out of the way (tucking them in seems to work ok too, though) and maybe a little more weatherproof- on a recent wet muddy ride, my feet were pretty soaked instantly after having to ride through some puddles. Maybe better left for drier summer riding.