Five Ten Anasazi Lace-Up v2 Climbing Shoes
Women's 10, Women's 10.5, Women's 11, Women's 11.5, Women's 12, Women's 12.5, Women's 7.5, Women's 8, Women's 8.5, Women's 9, Women's 9.5, Men's 10, Men's 10.5, Men's 11, Men's 6, Men's 6.5, Men's 7, Men's 7.5, Men's 8, Men's 8.5, Men's 9, Men's 9.5
Refined and re-designed, the Lace-Up is a very technical shoe with excellent edging ability on vertical to gently overhanging rock. Can double as a great choice for gym training. Lined Cordura synthetic upper fits like a glove. Lace-up for a precise fit. Asymmetrical toe. Slingshot rand. Pull loops on the heel. Stealth C4 rubber sole technology offers extremely high friction and great sensitivity. Measurements: ; Weight: 10 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size Men's 9, Women's 10.5, width Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Overall Product Rating
Jonathan H - Review from Zappos
This is a great stiffer climbing shoe with excellent sticky rubber. The fit is true to climbing shoe sizing meaning my true shoe size, 9.5, was snug in the climbing shoe. If you want a less snug fit, you may want to go up a half size. The lacing makes it a shoe that conforms to your foot perfectly but it is not a shoe that is quick to put on or take off.
Russell - Review from Zappos
I've been climbing with these for about a month, 3-4 times per week, on indoor top rope and bouldering; haven't taken them outside yet. I wear a US 10-10.5 street shoe. My previous shoes were the LaSportiva Nagos in size 43. I tried the Anasazis in 10, 10.5, and 11. The 10s crushed my toes; the 11s felt a little too loose. Pros: - They edge like no other (climbed a route yesterday and thought I had my toe on a jib but looked down and saw I had my toe on the tiny seam of 2 of the wall panels; pretty awesome). The edging difference between these and the Nagos is night and day. They smear really well. They are pretty stiff and rigid which I'm finding works well for certain routes. Cons: They're pretty uncomfortable. I have a slightly wide foot. The heel box is designed really weird. It's deep and the heel angles forward really far. Subsequently, my heel doesn't fit all the way in it and is pushed forward. I'm constantly fighting to force my heel into it to give my toes some relief. The rubber also digs into the back of my ankle pretty uncomfortably. - My big toe and 2nd toe are slightly curled, but the rest of my toes are jammed into the box and very curled. Overall, I'm not super thrilled with these. There is a big tradeoff between comfort and performance. For the first 2 weeks I took them off after pretty much every route. With my Nagos, I could wear them for hours at a time without discomfort. Now, after a month, I still have to take them off at least once or twice in a 90 minute session because my toes go numb. I'm really hoping they continue to break in and become more comfortable. They perform really really well. But the foot pain is a lot to deal with. I wouldn't buy these again. I'll try a different model next time.
Anonymous - Review from Zappos
I normally wear a size 12, but I went down to a 10.5 for difficult bouldering routes where I wanted a lace-up. The "comfort" rating is quite funny considering the goal is to cram my feet into these for a few minutes while I climb something I normally can't with my other shoes. I personally think I could have gotten away with an 11 without sacrificing performance. I was worried about them stretching, but I can say for sure that they won't. My one complaint is that the heel is still too baggy for me despite the redesign. I find La Sportiva Miura's heel fits better (I have the velcro). They're a great shoe, and I'd give them a try if you're into bouldering and want a lace-up.
M r - Review from Zappos
Great shoe. I've been climbing about four years, mostly gym, one season on rock. 5.10's in the gym. After years in my 5.10 Coyotes, I wanted to try a high performance shoe. As advertised, these shoes edge very well. Their ability to smear is equal to, or better than, my recently resoled (C4) Coyotes. My feet measure out to a US size 9.5. I tried the Blanco's in 9.0, 9.5 and 10. In the 9.5's my toes are slightly curled, the fit is tight, but not painful. The heel design really pushes my big toes right up into the toe box. I know it's not really fair to compare the two on comfort, but just to help you get a sense of it, the Coyotes feel like slippers while the Blanco's feel more like a new pair of dress leather shoes. I feel like I got just what a wanted, a high quality, high performance shoe, with more edging capability than what I've climbed in to date.
Zak M - Review from Zappos
This shoe is amazing on everything from slab to gently overhanging rock. When it comes to precision and support on small edges, nothing compares. I find the new heel is comfortable and cups your heel providing a tighter and more secure fit. Out of the box, they feel a little stiff and aren\'t very sensitive, however once you break them in they are great. These hang in there too. I was very surprised and pleased with how long they lasted. It took me 7 months of hard climbing to burn through a pair. Having a narrow foot, I found them a little baggy in some spots, but nothing major and I never felt that it affected my climbing. Overall this is a high performance shoe that you won\'t be disappointed in.
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