Five Ten Arrowhead
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Sheer cliffs standing in the way? Then shoot straight to the top with the extreme durability of the Arrowhead from Five Ten. Supple and breathable Cowdura upper molds to the foot. Toe rand made of extremely durable and high friction Stealth Mystique rubber. Hook-and-loop closures across the instep. Breathable textile lining helps wick away moisture. Higher arch offers a snug, precise fit. Heel cup hugs the foot and stays in place. Stealth ONYXX is the new standard in high friction rubber, offering unbeatable hardness for precision edging, stickiness for friction and exceptional durability. Measurements: ; Weight: 8 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 11, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Overall Product Rating
Alex N - Review from Zappos
The first thing...Alex D from NY improperly reviewed that these are real leather. They are cowdura uppers: synthetic. And trust me they stretch less than half a size if at all. Break in is near immediate. Someone else mentioned the shoes being unforgiving to those with poor foot technique. Maybe that's it, but I can climb in the V9 level and felt that it was truly the shoe not my technique. My Miura lace and Testarossas give me zero problems where as I lost toes on relatively great holds with these. After about two weeks I sent these to be resoled with sportiva rubber and that fixed my problem. Up to you; was it placebo effect? They're comfortable shoes though. Narrower heel than both my sportivas. I wear 9.5 streets, 10 Arrowhead, 40 (us7.5) Miura and Testarossa and they all fit about the same tightness. I wear my shoes with socks and very tight. Tight enough that when I go sockless it's not a problem, they still fit tight enough. Arrowheads are a good middle...but being a middle they're lost in limbo to me. They don't really excel at anything if you ask me. I suggest getting two pairs: a super aggressive and a flat (Miura lace and Testarossa combo). And if you only want one shoe, go super aggressive. I have no problem using Testarossas on slab but have found great improvement in the underhangs with the Testarossa compared to the Miuras.
Calvin - Review from Zappos
I have tried almost all of the climbing shoe brands and I have to give it to Five Ten, they have the best rubber. As with all climbing shoes, you have to try them. People who swear by shoes do so probably because they fit their feet so well, so to each his own. For these shoes, I liked the shape of the shoes. They are on the narrow side and they can really pull on holds well. I use them only for overhanging routes as they do not smear so well and is overkill on vertical walls. The only complaint I have is that for aggressive downturned shoes for overhanging routes, how can they not put rubber on the toes? Come on Five Ten, toe hooking is so common on roofs and stuff. Also some of my friends find these shoes quite unforgiving if you do not have good footwork.
Alex D - Review from Zappos
Considerably more comfortable than the blackwings due to the leather uppers. Shoes with synthetic uppers are hit or miss becuase either they fit perfect out of the box or don't and then they won't stretch a bit in the hot spots. The downturned toe is nice and they make a good shoe that has high performance but still relatively comfortable (if you can say that about high performance climbing shoes). They are perfect for gym bouldering where you don't need as precise of footwork as you do outdoors. Same sizing as the rest of the anazasi line.
Kurt - Review from Zappos
These are amazing shoes. They fit great, are sensitive and super sticky. They broke in very quick and molded perfectly to my foot. I love the heel, it really stays. I sized them tight and I can still keep them on for long bouldering seshs. The stealth rubber is great, as always. After a month of heavy use indoors and out, they have lost a bit of their downturn, partially because of the softness of the shoe and the forming to my foot. I wear a 9 Evolv Pontas and an 8.5 Arrowhead.
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