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Gambit VCS Climbing Shoe
Like a thief in the night, you add multi-pitches to your tick list quickly, and Five Ten's Gambit VCS Climbing Shoe is undoubtedly an important part to the secret of your speedy success. The Gambit mixes the comforts of Five Ten's Rogue Shoe with the technical precision of the ever-popular Anasazi lineup. What that means for you is that your foot will stay comfy in a shoe similar to the one that helped free routes as long and difficult as the Dawn Wall.
- Comfy climbing shoe designed for technical multi-pitches
- Moderate, flat asymmetry ideal for long slabs and edges
- Stealth C4 rubber sole offers unparalleled traction
- Leather upper lined in breathable cotton to reduce stretching
- Perforated Ariaprene tongue adds comfort in cracks
- Item #FVT002N
- Upper Material
- cotton [tongue] Ariaprene
- Stealth C4 rubber
- Asymmetrical Curvature
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
May 28, 2019
A Classic with Modern Gym Touches
A modern influenced comfortable shoe for a wide range of climbing styles. Tight fitting, a bit of stretch with a good amount of rubber and real leather come together in a shoe that will break in with your feet. The forefoot has a bit of stiffness to it with a more flexible mid and heel section make it less aggressive on the wall but also easier to wear for longer periods of time than a shoe specifically made for bouldering. Based around the original shape of the Anasazi but with a lot of design choices that make this a better all around shoe for modern climbers that want a shoe that can go from the bouldering gym to outdoors without skipping a beat.
December 4, 2019
Just curious why three stars for this level of shoe?
May 22, 2018
How does the sizing of this shoe compare to the Anasazi VCS? Will it stretch more being a leather shoe?
May 23, 2018
Hi Amanda, With it not being a full leather upper, due to the closure, you can expect these shoes to stretch about 1/4 of a size. I do not have enough experience with each to compare the two.