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Five Ten Guide Tennie Approach Shoe - Women's

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    2 Reviews


    Stick to the rock.

    When you're scrambling up rock faces or traversing shale slides, you want a shoe that gives you secure footing and keeps you on your feet. The Five Ten Women's Guide Tennie Shoes use high-friction soles and soft leather to help you keep your footing and stay comfortable during your approach. EVA in the midsole adds support and fights off fatigu through the long hike in, while the water-resistant nubuck leather upper sheds moisture in passing rainstorms.

    • Sticky, durable approach shoe to get you there
    • Stealth rubber soles add traction on slick surfaces
    • Extra rubber on toe protects feet and helps with climbing
    • Water-resistant leather upper keeps water out
    • Mesh lining keeps air circulating for temperature control
    • Item #FVT002Z

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    nubuck leather
    Stealth C4 rubber
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    bouldering, sport climbing, trad climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Scramble On

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Wonderful shoe, the stealth rubber soles are unmatched in the climbing world. Took these bad boys up South Ridge of Superior and they worked great for a 5.4,- 4,000 foot ridge scramble adventure. The full leather upper does run hot, and they aren't the best for running down mountains (hit my toes on the front of the shoe)
    But for pure-rock scramble and approach endeavors, this is your ticket to less sketchy foot placements.

    Rokin' Shoes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are some of the best approach shoes I have owned. Super gripy, and very comfortable to wear for those long approaches to the crag. I found that the break-in period was almost non-existent (no blisters, nothing). My only call out would be that they do run a little warm, so in the summer months a super light sock is probably the way to go. I am usually an 8 in my street shoes, but found that the 8.5 fit perfectly. Overall, these are a rokin' shoes!

    I’ve noticed with this newer model, most reviewers say these tend to run a 1/2 to full-size small. I’d be using them for typical various approaches from sliding down talus to 4th class boulder hopping and just hiking up and downhill. Being that they’re suede, will these stretch a bit? I was able to try on a 10.5 in a store and my toes were questionably close to the end but not touching. So if I lace up tight around my narrow foot, I’m wondering if the 10.5 may be the right choice? They didn’t have an 11 and I can’t afford to order 2 pairs and return one! Thank you!!

    Hey Jules! Thanks so much for your question! Looks like they should stretch a little bit since they are suede, it looks like we do only have as big as a size 10 but if they had them at the store locally and you think the 10.5 will work well I think these will be a good fit for what you need them for. As long as you tried them on with socks similar to what you would wear with them normally and they still felt comfortable, you should be good to go! Please let me know if you have any other questions or need other recommendations, my direct line is 801.204.4688 and my email is! Thanks again!