Five Ten Maltese Falcon
Raven's Eye Grey 2
8.5 D - Medium, 10 D - Medium, 8 D - Medium, 13 D - Medium, 7.5 D - Medium, 10.5 D - Medium, 6 D - Medium, 6.5 D - Medium, 11 D - Medium, 7 D - Medium, 9 D - Medium, 11.5 D - Medium, 12 D - Medium, 9.5 D - Medium
The Maltese Falcon by Five Ten, lightweight and clipless, offers superb support and friction on any rocky terrain. Leather upper for long-lasting wear. Hook-and-loop ankle strap. Traditional lace-up closure. Lightly cushioned footbed for all-day comfort. Midsole shank balances cranking power while still providing superior comfort. External heel counter boosts stability for technical maneuvers and long rides. Stealth S1 outsole is a high-friction, durable rubber that absorbs shock absorption. Measurements: ; Weight: 1 lb 1 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 9, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Dominate the trail or street in the AEscent from Five Ten! ; A versatile approach shoe ideal for adventures like hiking, climbing, biking and long boarding. Hardy split grain leather upper with breathable mesh inserts. Heel pull loop for an easier on and off. Padded tongue and collar for added comfort. Breathable fabric lining for a great in-shoe feel. Molded foam insole supplies light underfoot cushioning. Medial and lateral arch support for added torsional stability and mid-foot support. Two-piece, compression molded midsole promotes a smooth ride. Stealth S1 ousole compound absorbs impacting shock, making it ideal for hiking and mountain biking. Imported. Measurements: ; Weight: 14 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 12, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Five Ten Aescent $110
The new Camp Four is a rugged multipurpose/approach shoe with an external heel cage for added rear-foot support and stability. Nubuck leather upper. Compression molded EVA midsole. Molded PU external heel cage that adds rear-foot support and stability, allowing you to carry heavy loads for long distances without the need for a high-top boot. Lace-to-toe closure that can be worn relaxed for a long-distance fit, or tightened for climbing and scrambling. Co-molded Stealth C4/S1 high-friction rubber outsole technology provides the world's best friction on any terrain. Measurements: ; Weight: 1 lb 3 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size Men's 10, Women's 11.5, width Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Five Ten Camp Four $150
FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Water Tennie Boot Designed for paddling, fishing, canyoneering and adventure racing The synthetic mesh and neoprene upper has excellent arch support, drainage holes, and a rubber toecap for protection from rocks, sticks and other sharp objects SPECIFICATIONS of the Five Ten Men's Water Tennie Boot Weight: 10.5 oz / 298 g Upper Material: Neoprene/ Mesh Midsole: EVA Closure: Barrel Lacing
The Guide Tennie is the most-trusted approach shoe in history. Five Ten's proprietary Smedge Zone Toe delivers precision edging power and additional durability. Their new ErgoNomic last has an athletic-fitting heel, Natural Toe, and form-fitting shape for walking comfort and climbing power.
Overall Product Rating
Anonymous - Review from Zappos
The size: I normally wear a US11. After reading the review of another person who said they ran a half size small I ordered the US11.5. Interestingly they are labeled EU45 which is always the size I've been in cycling shoes. The form: They are a good looking shoe on or off the bike. The sole is quite thick and the shoes look quite narrow so if you're after that wide skate shoe sort of look then these probably aren't the shoes for you. The function: They feel good walking as well as riding. The sole has a good balance of flex which offers good efficiency on the bike and enough flex to be comfortable when off the bike walking uphill. It is not an aggressive tread pattern so not sure how it would handle in mud. Works well on the stony/dusty trails I'm riding for now. I have fitted Time cleats to the shoes. I am using the ATAC Z Strong pedals and have not had to do any trimming of the sole. They do however protrude a bit so they do scuff up if you walk around on concrete. The soles are stiff enough that I don't feel the cleat pushing up into my foot. Once out on the trail a couple of times I got pins and needles around the ball of my foot after riding for a while but wiggling my feet made it go away. I think this may be in part to the stiffness of the shoes. The liners are quite thin - I think upgrading to a more shock absorbent liner may do the trick.
Ross - Review from Zappos
The general design seems good except for the absurdly high extension at the top of the heel. However, the shoe has way too much padding around the ankle and in the tongue. It also appeared rather poorly constructed, especially for this priced shoe.
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