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Five Ten Eddy Pro Water Shoe - Men's


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    Bye Bye Marshmallow.

    If you've ever gone swimming in a pair of running shoes, you're well acquainted with the soggy marshmallow feeling that ensues afterward. However, had you been wearing the Five Ten Men's Eddy Pro Water Shoe, you probably wouldn't be enduring such a sensation. Built specifically for kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding, the Eddy features hydrophobic mesh for quick-drying performance and breathability. Meanwhile, the drainage ports help increase comfort and quickly drain water. The Phantom rubber outsole also provides traction when you need it most, and it is equipped with a climbing zone for more technical approaches.

    • A technical shoe for kayaking or stand-up paddling
    • Synthetic mesh assures quick-drying performance
    • Drainage ports prevent that soggy sensation
    • EVA midsole attenuates shock
    • Rubber outsole assures traction
    • Rubber rands bolster protection from obstacles
    • Extended lace system provides a personalized fit
    • Item #FVT002X

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    synthetic mesh
    compression-molded EVA
    Phantom rubber
    Claimed Weight
    [single, size 9] 7.5oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I was looking for a shoe to take canyoneering. The original 5.10 Canyoneers were just a little too big and bulky for my preference so I opted to try these since they are more streamlined and lighter.

    I put these shoes through the ringer, the first canyon I tried these shoes was in Heaps Canyon in Zion National park. We spent a little over 20 hours on that particular trip. They felt solid when I was scrambling over exposed terrain and needed sure footing. They stuck to the rock when I was in water or climbing in and out of potholes with slippery surfaces. Even though these shoes are lighter and thinner and don't offer as much support as the Canyoneers they offered enough comfort and support to get me out of the canyon without any issues or discomfort. If you're looking for a shoe to take canyoneering try giving these a go.