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Five Ten Anasazi Moccasym Climbing Shoe

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    Two decades of legendary performance.

    Five Ten has been making the Anasazi Moccasym Climbing Shoe nearly unchanged for the last two decades, and it's certainly not due to a lack of attention. The super soft midsole and narrow slip-on profile have made it the secret weapon of numerous top athletes when the task at hand involves jamming in a tips-only finger crack or maintaining a delicate toe-hook on overhung rock. Point being, a pair of Moccs belongs in every serious climber's bag of tricks.

    • Full grain leather uppers stretch out overtime for a custom fit
    • Slip-on design makes for easy on and off and creates a narrow foot profile
    • Soft fish hook midsole provides the required sensitivity for delicate smears and dime edges
    • Narrow and flat toe profile makes the shoe a go-to choice for hard crack climbs and difficult toe hooks
    • Stealth C4 rubber provides legendary traction on the every type of rock imaginable
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    Your Feet Will Thank You

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I decided to surprise my boyfriend with these on his birthday after he talked about getting them for months.

    He had some trouble getting the right size, but ultimately settled on a full size up from his Scarpa Vapors (which is ~1 size down from his street shoe). He likes the slight extra room for climbing outside (natural swelling on the foot) and he found that after they're broken in, he doesn't think going down half a size would benefit him too much.

    These are his go to climbing shoes for bouldering and less steep routes, as well as most of the outdoor climbs we do. The flat profile forces him to focus on his footwork and toeing in correctly, and therefore improves his technique. He raves about how comfortable these are and also mentioned that he appreciates the downturn on his Vapors a lot more after wearing these for so long.

    Warning: These WILL turn your feet red! The dye in the leather bleeds as your feet sweats, however the dye washes right off.

    Great desert shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm on my 3rd or 4th pair of these. Some things have definitely changed.

    The rubber sole is now substantially thicker than it used to be. Probably doesn't matter if you just face climb in these, but it will affect how much of my foot will fit in #0.75 cracks for my foot size.

    They added an additional piece of material on the sides where the elastic meets the shoe. Likely to address the quality issue mentioned below.

    Out of the box fit has changed some as well. I've always bought a size 10 and my toes lie pretty flat in the shoe out of the gate. I wear a street shoe 9.5 or 10 depending on the brand. I'm shooting for room fit with my feet completely flat for desert climbing. This time my toes were really curved and a I freaked out a bit. After taking them out for a 1000 ft of mellow slab climbing/scrambling my feet are perfectly flat again.

    If you climb in the desert put barge cement on the front leather section over your toes to extend the life of your shoes. After a friend gave me this tip I have yet to blow through the leather. I typically now blow through the rubber on the bottom of the shoe under the ball of my foot.

    Quality issues..

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Leather tore near ankles within a month of purchasing... so not going to bother with resole like I normally would. Throwaway quality invades climbing? ..I hope no companies that make protection are ever bought by Adidas.

    Super comfortable though.

    Quality issues..

    The best all around shoe!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Definitely go down one whole size from your regular shoe size, they stretch ALOT! Dean Potter wore them so they must be good right? Great for long sustained multi pitch climbing for comfort in cracks. Not as strong for bouldering it needs to be a bit more aggressive. Good for beginners and for a reasonable price.

    Good for desert crack

      These shoes aren't necessarily a quiver killer of a shoe, but if you want one shoe for climbing in the desert it's this one. Id recommend sizing it so the toes lay flat . It'll turn the feet red the first couple of wears too

      Must have shoes for every climber

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is my first choice for all my climbing except edging. I prefer these to the Hiangle or Miura XX/VS on anything requiring smears, toe jams, supple placements in pockets and other features, and even technical vert routes in the 5.11 and under range. I like how soft they are once they get truly broken in, they'll fold around the shape of your foot, or however much you can wedge and poke in some hold. Smeadging is a thing. I highly recommend them and would offer more than anything, they're just plain fun to climb in, they're super sticky and soft.

      Sizing- All 5.10 I've found to be my street shoe size or a half below. I'm a 10.5 street shoe, 42 in La Sportiva Miura, and I get 10.5's for a comfortable snug fit in both Hiangle and Mocc's, and 10 for a tighter 'performance' fit. I do not reccomend these to be fit overly tight, it would completely defeat the point, plus the leather is not durable enough to take major stretching during the on off process. Besides, they're not great edging shoes anyways, and your shoe won't stretch much if it fits well from the beginning, so don't go 1&1/2 sizes down like some people say. You'll just end up with a hole in your shoes.

      Oh and you may have to return one or more because of faulty leather. Mine that got returned looked really fuzzy compared to the good one

      More quality concerns

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I climbed maybe 20 pitches in these shoes. A finger-sized hole has formed where the elastic meets the leather upper. From the outside of the shoe, the stitching that connects the two materials seems intact. Maybe the elastic wasn't positioned correctly before the stitches were placed. I didn't jam these shoes in any fist cracks - mostly face climbing and a couple hand cracks.

      Several online retailers listed reviews from the past year or so complaining about defective materials. Before buying the shoes, I emailed Five Ten (now Adidas Outdoor) asking if they've made changes to address these issues and did not receive a response.

      Aside from this, the shoes climb as well as everyone says. I wear a 10.5 in running shoes, a 41 in Muiras and Katakis (sized pretty tight for single pitch climbing), and I ordered these in a 9. They're as snug as single pitch shoes at first, but they do stretch quickly. I stopped using them when the hole developed, at which point my toes were still moderately knuckled, but I could keep them on for the better part of a gym session. With some more climbing I think they could have served as multipitch shoes. I did struggle to hold small edges on some routes where my other shoes inspired more confidence - but they were really small edges and most of the time these shoes felt great.

      As disappointed as I am, I will try to warranty the shoes and give them another shot. In the event that I just got a dud, I will update my review. Thanks

      More quality concerns

      Happy Feet

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

      Right out of the box the shoes are clunky but within a few pitches they really loosen up. I wear a size 10.5 street shoe and went with the size 10. After breaking them in I now see I could really use a 9.5. I could not believe how quickly they broke in.

      Great gym shoe

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These shoes are nice and comfortable and fit true to size. They stretch a bit, so if you're in between sizes, definitely size down. They aren't aggressive in the slightest which makes them easy to be in for multiple hours. It's my go to gym shoe.

      Awesome shoes

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Perfect for climbing indoors or out. Great all around shoe that does exactly what I need! Stretch out just a little but otherwise hold their size pretty well

      The Go-To

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      My quiver of different shoes consistently shrinks over the years as I find myself reaching for the Moccs more and more for basically any type of climbing. They're the standard for crack, comfy for long trad days, easy to take on and off at the gym, and sensitive and grippy for precise slabbing and sport climbing.

      Like any shoe, they'll feel clunky and stiff out of the box, but once they break in and you'll be in love. I find they stretch at least a full size (maybe more). Even with fairly crammed toes while new, they eventually stretch into a nearly flat toe. They'll also conform to the shape of your foot pretty well too.

      Unless you know yourself to prefer stiff sole shoes, just get a pair and see what you've been missing.

      Comfy

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

      This is not an aggressive shoe, but it gets the job done. they're comfortable, easy to get on, and seems like they're well built. Fits true to size.

      Make it work for like everyfoot

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got this shoe because I've had my right foot surgercily reconstructed when I was about 14 so I am not trying to mess with the structure of bones and tendons in my foot. I wear a size 7.5 to a size 8 if they shoes are narrow. I ended up going with a comfortable size of 6.5(mens) which would be a womens size 8.
      I have royal toes so I sized true to I wouldn't have my toes bump up too much. If you have normal feet I'd try a half size down!

      Not sure what size you need and want to talk about it? Gimme a ring at 801.204.4660 or email me at brhall@backcountry.com, I'll hook you up with a free return label so we can find the perfect size

      The Comfiest Climbing Shoes You Can Buy

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are easily the most comfortable climbing shoe's I've ever owned. Before these I just assumed it was normal to throw off your shoes between routes to give your feat a break. I can climb in and wear these shoes all day, without ever even thinking about taking them off. After using them for almost a year, they surprisingly still have the same incredible smearing ability that they had right out of the box!

      Note: Your feed will be stained red after a hard climbing session for at least the first few months of wearing the shoes. They're still well worth it though, and the dye comes off easily in the shower!

      Slip On is Good

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The missing star is for the heel. If you get a comfortable size for me that's 10.5, the heel starts to slip and feel loose. If you get you actual size 9.5 it's tight and noticeably less comfortable but the heel stays. I'll go with the more comfortable size and the white ones next time. I love these shoes.

      Slip On is Good

      My Go Everywhere, Do Everything Shoe

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Mocs have been my go-to shoe for close to seven years now. A lot has been said about Mocs, great friction on smearing, best crack shoe around, etc. My experience has been that if sized properly (read: if the last fits your foot) , the shoe is also good for toe hooks, heel hooks, etc. I use them in the gym, outside on sport and trad, and I have put a few hundred or more pitches into them freesoloing alone. Very trusty shoes for me. One note about sizing- they will stretch a lot, but you can still get pretty good edging capabilities out of them if you size them down. For reference, my running shoes are usually a 10.5, my Nepal Evo boots are a 45, my bushido trail runners are a 44.5, and I wear Geshido velcros in 10.5, and Anasazi pinks in a 10 (slight toe curl) and 10.5 (flat, crack shoe).

      I wear Mocs in a 9, and they will break in to be almost flat toed. I used to wear a 9.5 in hand cracks for comfort, but the 9s have broken in to the same comfort level.

      Good for pretty much anything

        I think that everyone's opinion of the Mocc depends on whether or not Five Ten's Anasazi last fits their foot shape.
        My feet are wide and the Moccs fit me pretty well. They are good at literally everything.
        Downsized, they work really well on technical and overhung climbs but sized comfortably, the Moccs are the ultimate crack climbing slipper.
        Others have mentioned already but Five Ten's rubber is terrific. I think it'd last longer if I had better footwork. yikes

        Unanswered Question

        Wide-foot Sizing.
        Hi guys,

        I'm pretty sold on this shoe, but just still wondering about sizing. My two friends who have them recommend sizing down a full size, but I have wider feet. Should I still do the same, or size down just a half size to be safe?

        thanks!

        Arden

        Unanswered Question

        I'm looking at the these for crack climbing. I have a pair of Anasazi VCS in a 9.5 and they are perfect. Sound like some folks are advocating going down another 1/2 size for the mocs. Is this everyone's experience? Go down smaller in the mocs? Since I'm looking at them specifically for cracks, I may not need my toes curled as aggressively as I do for the VCS, but I still want them to fit well.

        Hey team,

        I bought these about a month ago. Based on the suggestions here, i sized down 1.5 sizes. Unfortunately, I think i over did it. Any tips or suggestions on how to make them stretch a little bit more?



        Other than bunching my toes up a little too much, they are great shoes.

        I bought a pair of these about 3 weeks ago and they have stretched almost a whole size. I would recommend wearing them for short periods of time around the house to help stretch them a little bit also. Good luck!

        I'm using five Ten spire size 7us men. It fits pretty well. What size of moccasym should I purchase? The same size? I'm from Brazil and in my town does't have any five ten shoe. Thanks for the help

        I need help sizing from an experienced...

        I need help sizing from an experienced person. I don't have a local place where i can go try them on so I'm hoping someone here can help me out. Ive already got some stiff, comfy trad shoes for edging and tight downturned shoes for roofs so i just need an easy on/off work horse shoe that i can use for chill sport climbing and finger cracks/smearing. How much should i downsize?

        Hey Levi,



        You might want to size down a half size to a full size depending on your foot type and preference. These shoes will stretch a bit so after the break-in period you might gain up to a full size of stretch so sizing down a full size if probably in your best interest.

        I'm looking for a 'cheap' pair to run down...

        I'm looking for a 'cheap' pair to run down in the gym, this or the stoneland slippers? Also size comparison to the anasazi vcs?

        I would go with the Moccasyms. Great shoe for sure and perfect for long sessions at the gym, as they are easy to get on and off. I would go with a half size smaller than the VCS simply bc these are leather shoes and will stretch out AND they don't have the velcro to strap it down.

        How far down from street shoe should these...

        How far down from street shoe should these be sized? I'm not interested in toe crunching tight, just snug.