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Five Ten Freerider Shoe - Men's

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    61 Reviews

    Details

    Looks aren’t everything.

    Known for its rock climbing shoes, Five Ten made the Freerider Shoes with the same grippy tech to create a shoe that is ideal for platform pedals. Stealth Rubber is not only grippy, it is also durable, designed to withstand the demands of long hours adhering to granite rock. This means that it won’t blink at the prodding of your metal pedal spikes, and it will outlast even the most expensive gum rubber soled shoes. The uppers are constructed of brushed nubuck leather and breathable mesh to keep your feet cool.

    • Nubuck leather uppers with reinforced toe box
    • Stealth Rubber soles
    • Item #FVT2008
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    Foot Numbs

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The good and the bad. The shoes offer good support and great traction on flat pedals, but they make my feet numb. Using an aftermarket insole helped some but not totally. And, no, I'm not the only one I know who has had this problem with these shoes.

    Flat Pedal Classic

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The Five Ten Freerider shoe is a proven classic and a favorite of mine. This shoe grips to your pedals like a charm and provides plenty of support. Do yourself a favor and wear the best.

    Great all around shoe.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 11.5

    Bought this for the Ryan Leech Flat Pedal Challenge, and sticking with them (the flats and these shoes!). These shoes are basic, fit well, breathe well, and have killer grip. So much grip it can be hard to re-position your foot on a good pedal. No need for water proof, as the water would seep in the top anyhow. These basic mesh ones will dry MUCH faster. I use these for XC/AM riding. I was a long time user of Sidi Dominators for 15 years (still think they are the best clipless shoe), but just loving the switch back to flats now. I bought 11.5, and for comparison I wear 45.5 in Sidi Dominator.

    Great look, great feel

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I love FiveTen mountain bike shoes. They look like a skate shoe but come wit the burliness & support you need when youre bangin around in the woods. The rubber is sticky as tar and that's a good thing. This is my second pair and judging from the last pair, which are still functional, these will be bulletproof too. FiveTen mountain bike shoes are top quality!

    Excellent Shoes

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 13

    I use these shoes in combination with Race Face Chester flat pedals and they work great. My feet literally stick to the pedals. Very comfortable, right amount of stiffness in the sole. If they ever get worn out, I will buy them again.

    best shoes...period!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    i rode clips for years but decided to go the flat pedal route and once I tried these I will never go back. I ride these with Deity pedals and it is just like being clipped in except for when you need to get away from your bike. So comfy I wear them everyday to work.

    Excellent Casual Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10 (Euro 43)

    I was having a terrible time finding a quality shoe to wear around town, to casual events and on light hikes after Patagonia stopped making shoes and decided to give these a try. With wide feet and a heavy stride, most shoes are either too narrow, not durable enough, or don't offer enough support. Having worn the Five Ten Impacts mountain biking over the last 3 years, I was already familiar with Five Ten's fit and quality so decided to give these a try. While I've only had them for 2 weeks, I took them on a trip to Europe and put over 70 miles on them walking around London and Paris in all kinds of weather for 8-10 hours a day and they were great! Good traction, comfortable and not too hot. The only issue I had was I wore the insole out part way through so had to buy some new ones--I'd recommend putting an aftermarket insole in sooner rather than later. Great shoes overall!

    No regrets!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9

    These were heavily recommended to me and I'm pretty happy after upgrading from some pretty worn adidas skate shoes. Being mainly a roadie I was skeptical about non-clipless bike shoes, but it really does makes a difference how much grip these have and how more comfortable they ride.

    My go-to shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I've been wearing these as both a casual shoe and as a riding shoe and they are just plain awesome. When it comes to riding, the stealth rubber grips pedals super well. You can't beat Five Tens for grip on platform pedals. I especially like the Freeriders because they generally don't have the issue of the sole peeling away that is characteristic of other Five Tens. This is probably because the Freerider sole is stitched and glued on, not just glued.

    I use these for casual use too because they regulate temperature well and thus are suitable for year round use. They are super durable too. I got the black color with the gold logo on the tongue and they look good with everything. These shoes are true to size on length with a roomy footbed.

    Cool Shoes, Man

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    These are the perfect shoe for anybody looking to not be clipped into their peddles. They are super stiff and the rubber sticks to the peddle like Velcro on...well the other part of Velcro without the fear of being locked in on those times when you gotta maneuver a bit. I mean, if I keep riding with these bad boys, I'll be sending Rampage by next October.

    Stealth rubber never fails

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

    There's not much more to say about any pair of Five Ten shoes than anyone else has covered. They're fantastic, they're durable, and the Stealth rubber is some maniacal cross between super glue and flubber. The 'pattern' on the bottom of the shoe seems to allow you to adjust your foot with a minor twist compared to Five Tens that just have a solid flat bottom. This is a welcome thing, however, since removing your foot completely to re-situate isn't always an option.

    They seem to run true-to-size if you base it off of your Euro size, but plan to drop a half size if you're going to base it solely off of your US size.

    Planted Feel on Pedals

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

    After riding in skate shoes, I decided to go for the FiveTen Freeriders. Huge difference. Stiffer soles definitely makes it easier pedaling/standing. I read all about how sticky these things are on the pedals and there is no exaggeration. It caught me off guard the first time when I tried to adjust.

    Definitely recommend these to anyone looking for a solid shoe for downhill/all round mountain biking.

    BEST. SHOES. EVER

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11.00

    Bought these for use with some HT Components flat pedals, and they stick like glue. Comfortable for long climbs and lift accessed descents alike. If you are riding with regular tennis shoes, give these a try and you will never go back. Consider sizing down a half size.

    Solid Shoe For the Price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11

    If you are looking for a do everything shoe at a reasonable price give theses a shot! The Freeriders have killer grip when paired with a nice pair of flat pedals. They are wide and flat on the bottoms giving you a great feeling on the pedals and rock solid security when hitting drops, table tops, rock gardens and technical uphill climbs. If you want to hear more about my opinion on these shoes feel free to reach out to me directly. Have a great time riding!

    Solid Shoe For the Price

    Amazing grip

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Bought these to go with my Shimano Saint spike pedals. These work perfect. Complete grip to the pedals. Previously riding clipless, I switched to platforms and bought these shoes to go along with. I was worried about losing torque on the up pedal, but these do provide support. Could not be happier.

    Unanswered Question

    Are these stiffer than Spitfires? I love...

    Are these stiffer than Spitfires? I love Spitfires but they are too soft for efficient pedaling. I've tried the Freerider VXi - nice stiffness - but I don't like the flat sole design.

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    Hi, I asked ChainReatcionCycles about...

    Hi,

    I asked ChainReatcionCycles about sizes and they gave me this chart http://www.shoesizechart.us/B/Five-Ten , then i went to your website and found size chart too, but I noticed that it is not the same sizes. Which chart is right? My foot length is 26.3 cm. which size will fit for me?

    do they fit true to size? My Five Ten...

    do they fit true to size? My Five Ten Minaars are 10.5 but all other shoes are 11.

    Stupid question, but how do you lace these...

    Stupid question, but how do you lace these shoes? I haven't been able to ride clipless since my knee surgery and have been just getting by in a pair of Salomon quick pull lacing sytem running shoes (which tucks safely out of the way). How do people lace these up so they don't get caught on anything - I'm assuming you just don't tie them in a bow?

    Best Answer

    Hey there Lorp, there are no dumb questions : )

    Myself and my buddies don't usually worry about the laces when DH riding. I've never caught mine on anything anyway...

    If you were worried, you could definitely tuck them out of the way underneath the beefy tongue of this shoe.



    This shoe also has removable insoles, which we didn't mention above. This is pretty sweet if you ever need to battle the hot summer foot funk!



    Happy trails!