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- Scramble up any rugged terrain with the protective support of the Guide Tennie Canvas climbing shoe by Five Ten®.
- Cotton canvas upper for superb breathability and durability.
- Technical toe rand helps protect your foot.
- Ankle to toe lacing for higher performance.
- Vegan-friendly shoe.
- Compression molded EVA midsole provides cushion and shock absorption.
- Stealth® C4™ dotty tred rubber outsole provides high friction and excellent edging.
- Weight: 12 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 9, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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A family owned company, 5.10 (also known as Five Ten) has stood at the forefront of fine craftsmanship, high-performance and fashion forward technical designs within the outdoor industry since 1985. Born with a rich rock climbing heritage, 5.10 is known worldwide for the high-quality, fit and friction of their shoes, where footwear can make the difference between success and failure. Today, they continue to bring their climbing heritage to all of their products, as well as exciting innovation, quality craftsmanship and unmatched durability. Climbers, kayakers, mountain bikers, hikers, trail runners, canyoneers, and everyone else who wants technical/fashionable outdoor footwear depend on 5.10 for safety, state-of-the-art innovation, and out-of-the-box comfort.
As a huge climbing enthusiast, Charles Cole, founder and President of 5.10, knows that a good grip on a well-made shoe means everything. Determined to create a better rubber to make climbing easier, Charles developed Stealth© rubber soles, which increase the amount of body weight the rubber could bear before its bond broke away from the rock. By merely purchasing a new shoe, climbers could better climb with a sure-footed grip. Pushing the envelope even further, Cole continues to expand 5.10 soles even further with Stealth© S1, Stealth© C4, Stealth© HF (high friction), Stealth© Amphibia (water compatible), and Stealth© ONYXX, which provides 25% more friction and is twice as durable as any other climbing rubber available.
Stealth© rubber was just the tip of the iceberg for Cole and 5.10. Responsible for today's modern rock shoe design, Cole invented a plethora of firsts which include: the first sling shot rand, the first down-turned last, the first heel wedge to cushion impact, adding pull tabs on both climbing and approach shoes, baseball stitching to alleviate hot spots, graded midsoles to adjust the shoe's flexibility to different weights, the first self-draining water shoe and the first ankle to toe lacing on an approach shoe to allow for a performance custom fit. Throughout the years, there have been various 5.10 innovations, and in the years yet to come, their dedication will lead to many more.
As the shoe-of-choice for the world's top climbers, 5.10 is 100% committed to innovation and performance. All of their unique footwear designs have been produced with one goal in mind: to do what is best for outdoor sports athletes who use 5.10 shoes. From hiking to paddling to mountain biking, recreational and expert athletes alike know that Five Ten means more than footwear- Five Ten shoes are essential equipment for adventure. Rest assured that 5.10 is working hard on next season's models and that they will be bringing something wild, new and exciting into the world of adventure sports.
Five Ten Where unique comfort, durability and technological advances combine to create the best footwear in the world.
0% Full size too large
0% Half size too Large
100% True to size
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100% Felt true to width
0% Felt narrower than marked
0% Felt wider than marked
0% Excellent arch support
83% Moderate arch support
17% No arch support
Love this shoe. I got it because it looked like a cool kick-around shoe, but then I happened to go to Joshua Tree for a campout and wore these rock climbing...totally sticky, I felt like spider man. My only downside is that the sole looks pretty thin, so I am not sure how long they will last. Other than that they are great.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Laguna Niguel, California
- April 14, 2012
Bought these for my husband. He lives them. He is very picky about his shoes because he is on his feet all day as a land surveyor. He swears one of his feet is bigger than the other so he always has one shoe that is uncomfortable but I haven't heard any complaints from him.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Las Vegas
- April 14, 2013
I love these shoes! I am now considering buying a 2nd pair. I wear them for teaching photography workshops in Hawaii along the rocky coastlines and for short hikes through jungle to waterfalls. They are comfy and sized properly for my size 11. I also like that they are "vegan" shoes!
- Scott R - customer
- March 25, 2013
I've been wearing these shoes almost daily for the past 8 months and am quite happy with them. The fit and quality are great. They get a fair amount of compliments on their style. They make a great every-day shoe as well as a perfect hiking shoe. There is no arch support so I use some inserts by goodfeet and they make all the difference. The stealth rubber sole is tacky and grips well on everything...however, this is the one byproduct that is a downside, they will leave black scuff marks on everything. Just be careful where you're putting your feet around your mother's house...you've been warned. Apparently from 5.10 you can purchase replacement soles, though I'm not sure if that would be something a cobbler would be required to do or if that is a kitchen table job...good to know seeing as though the sole will wear much faster than other types of rubber. After seeing my pair a friend in a fit of jealous rage went and bought the leather model. I recommend them highly.
- Marc M - customer
- from Connecticut
- November 6, 2012
5.10 makes the best mountaineering footwear available. For approach boots, the 2 versions of the Guide Tennie (leather and canvas) and their big brother the Camp Four are unparalleled. I've been on numerous adventures in multiple pairs of Guide Tennies and Camp Fours and highly recommend their performance and durability.
- Clint D - customer
- from Rocky Mountains, Colorado
- October 24, 2012