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Guide Tennie
Guide Tennie Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I love these shoes. This is my second pair so I knew they run a bit small... order a half-size up and they'll fit great. Overall, they look good and are quite comfortable. They're excellent shoes for kicking around town or some light hiking.

Access
Access Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Really excited for a pair of approach shoes that actually fit! It should be noted that these shoes are designed for climbers - to "approach"/hike to a climb. As such, they fit snug. I like my toes to touch the end; that way, they don't move and cause blisters. Also, they're way more precise if you intend to do a bit of climbing in them. People just buying them to walk around in, may want to go up 1/2 a size. Aside from being super grippy, they're also really cute and seem to provide quite a bit of lateral support for a low shoe. H

Maltese Falcon
Maltese Falcon Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These shoes are exactly what I was looking for in a mountain bike shoe. They are stiff enough that I feel like my foot will be supported and protected on the trails, but flexible enough that I can walk around comfortably. I like the lace and velcro combination - the lace allows for good personalization with fit and the velcro covers up the laces so they won't come undone! I haven't yet ridden in these, but will report back if they aren't as good as they seem straight out of the box! PEOPLE WITH WIDE FEET - these are going to squeeze your toe box! They seem to run narrow and small. I am usually an 8 in shoes. I tried on an 8 and 8.5 -- the 8.5 fits but just barely!

Freerider Canvas
Freerider Canvas Posted:
Reviewer: from Bend, Oregon
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

tl;dr: Five Tens are the best shoe on the market for flat pedal mountain biking and the Freerider Canvas looks and wears awesome. If they have your size in stock, buy it. The long-winded version: It bears repeating that there is no better platform than the Five Ten Stealth rubber sole for mountain biking with flat pedals. IMHO, it just comes down to which Five Ten style you like best. I've been riding with the standard Freerider for a few years now. I mostly ride rough, rocky trails with lots of drops and enough rock strikes to wipe out the average pedals. The Five Ten soles hold fast, even over the roughest of trails and the worst of my rock-striking clumsiness. The stiff sole keeps me stable and eliminates the fatigue that lesser shoes cause. The one thing I've never liked about the standard Freerider is it's "puffy" look and the not-so-durable woven panels. On my big feet (13), the puffy look is kind of clownish and the woven panels have taken a lot of damage. My wife says they look terrible and I shouldn't wear them out ¯\_(?)_/¯ The Canvas model has always looked good to me on the web, but the inventory has been low for months. They've never had my size, so I finally just order a size up -- I'm glad I did! The extra room in the toe box is perfect and with a more supportive in-sole (which I normally wear anyway) my feet don't slip around at all. I think the Canvas looks much better than the standard model and the upper is much more durable overall. I really like the blackout color scheme. I'm definitely going to be wearing these around town and for my office commutes. I hope Five Ten starts producing them again so I don't have to hunt the web for overstock when these finally wear out!

Freerider Canvas
Freerider Canvas Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

My husband has difficulty finding ANY shoes that fit him well -- he wears a 14B or C and most large shoes are wide widths -- and cycling shoes are no exception. These seemed to be very well constructed with grippy, rigid soles, but unfortunately they were just a little too wide to be completely comfortable, so he returned them.

Freerider Pro
Freerider Pro Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

fit was true to size, maybe a teeny bit small, but still i took my 9.5 size when i go from 9 to 10 depending on brand, but mostly 9.5. too expensive, so they better last a while. they have a nice stiffer sole for power transfer and a moderately protected toe cap and this is what makes them better than the freerider original shoe. should that cost $50 more??? dont think so, but dont have a choice if you want that stiffer sole and toe protection, which i did. as an ex roadie i needed stiffness and toe protection and great grip which these have in spades. i converted to riding flats on my first ride i tried them on my trail bike. i had a lot of fear i wouldnt be able to jump or bunnyhop or rear wheel lift and i was able to do it all. just had to remember to keep contact with the pedal at the upstroke part of the rotation! so much more confidence in trying more techinical sections of the trails and now i can truly rip corners and have my inside foot inside to prepare to drift the rear wheel. way more fun and i feel safer. not going back to clips on the mtb bikes any time soon!

Rogue VCS
Rogue VCS Posted:
Reviewer: from Wheaton, IL
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I bought these in my true shoe size after being told to order them smaller and I couldn’t get my feet in them at all. They have a great grip on the wall at the indoor rock gym I go to. Been able to advance a lot quicker up levels as soon as I got these shoes because the fit was so great!

Freerider Contact
Freerider Contact Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

They run small.

Freerider
Freerider Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Best MTB shoes. The grip is excellent and they are stiff for pedaling.

Freerider Pro
Freerider Pro Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

The new heel cup pinched my heel! I can't believe how uncomfortable this was. I own the Freerider Contact in the exact same size and they are very comfortable just old and a weigh more on my foot. I wanted a lighter weight shoe with more breathability. Its a shame they redesigned the heel.

Freerider Contact
Freerider Contact Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

I have tried these shoes several times. I tried them last year, and could not keep them. This year I tried again, thinking maybe I was imagining the weird fit. Nope, I can't do it. I wanted to be able to wear them since I ride my bike a lot and do many long distance rides, but I just can't. The fit just a little "off" and are not wide enough to work with my bunion. Also, the tongue comes up really high so it's uncomfortable because it digs into my ankle. I wanted to like them because I dread clipping in but sadly I am going to have to resort to clipping in since I can't find a platform shoe that works. Also, these are so "skater", can't anyone make a wide width woman's cycling shoe that doesn't look like they belong on a teenage boy?

Rogue Lace
Rogue Lace Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I've been climbing for about 4 months; these compare well to the shoes I'd been renting at the gym. They were a little stiff at first but felt comfortable after one session.

Danny Macaskill
Danny Macaskill Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I have size 12 Five Ten Freerider which fit well. These in size 12 however were too small and had to be returned. Also a little on the narrow side. The are a great looking shoe for both and and off the bike and seem well made.

Kestrel Lace
Kestrel Lace Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Straps, laces, all fantastic materials. Great value. Been looking for a shoe that has cleats and enough rubber to walk decent. These work exactly how i wanted. What’s amazing is that i can walk without the metal cleat hitting the ground! Zappos is what really impressed me, the delivery on these shoes was right on time.

Freerider Contact
Freerider Contact Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

Show fit great. I'm usually between a 6.5 and a 7, and fit in a 6.5 in this shoe. The shoe was a bit wider than the Freerider Pro, and that made it more comfortable. The bottom of this shoe has more flex than the Pro's, which make it more comfortable to walk around in after riding, although the rigid bottom of the Pro may have advantages for riding. The sticky rubber on the bottom is GREAT. Combined with some good flat pedals, you can practically pull up on the pedal, and I'm not worried about my feet sliding off. Great solution for someone who doesn't want to commit to clipless pedals on their mountain bike.

Freerider Pro
Freerider Pro Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

The shoe looks great, and is much stiffer than the Freerider Contact, which would be good for biking. Because I am in between a 6.5 and a 7, I ordered one in each size. While I fit a Freerider Contact in 6.5, The Freerider Pro felt small in both the 6.5 and the 7. I believe this is because of the much narrower fit. I am not sure if they would stretch out at all, but I was too worried about the tight spots causing rubbing and ultimately decided to return them.

Sleuth
Sleuth Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Fit great will be perfect for riding my bike.

Hiangle
Hiangle Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I'm a men's 10.5 street shoe size. I normally wear Dragons for bouldering in size 10.5. The 9.5 in the hiangle has the same sole length as the 10.5 dragons. The leather upper however stretches quite a lot as hiangle breaks in, so the shoe is designed with a much tighter body of the shoe than the dragon which is synthetic. As a result, when first trying on they had a super tight fit, but opened up nicely (even over the toes) within 3 sessions. The heel is much shallower than the dragons. I have a foot with a narrow shallow heel but wider ball of foot/toes. I found the dragon, not being able to stretch, was always a little tight in the toe box but way too deep in the heels. The hiangle is great for many profiles of feet, since the leather stretches in the toe box to account for your foot shape. Now about performance: this shoe is stiff. The thermoplast midsole extends to right before the tips of your toes on the sole. The result of this is still some sensitivity when feeling out holds, but a very inflexible sole. This makes the shoe ballin for edging, but makes the shoe a little too inflexible for very steep and overhung bouldering where you really curl your feet into holds or need to contort the shape of your shoe to smedge or curl a toe into a pocket. At the end of the day it comes down to personal preference. I prefer to have I much more flexible shoe at the expense of edging power. For this reason I feel like the hiangle would be perfect without the thermoplast midsole. However, if you dig stiff shoes this may be the shoe for you. If you're buying this as your first pair of aggressive shoes, consider whether you want: 1) a shoe with more support for weaker toe muscles (hiangle) but forces you to use your upper body and core more since your footwork is restricted; or 2)a softer shoe (dragons, teams, etc) which will work those teeny supporting muscles like crazy and allow you to really use your feet and legs more when you climb. Kinda glad I first transitioned into aggressive shoes with Dragons. But now in the hiangles I'm really rediscovering my biceps....

Sleuth
Sleuth Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

They run a little small but did fit ok. They are great for everyday wear and just hopping on my bike.

Access Mesh
Access Mesh Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I am usually a 7 1/2, but since these shoes have a technical fit, I ordered a half-size up. I'm really glad I did -- they fit well and are extremely comfortable. The grippy soles are a nice plus.

Hellcat Pro
Hellcat Pro Posted:
Reviewer:
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I purchased these for my 26 yr old son, who bikes a lot both in the city and in the woods. He selected them (it should be noted that I suggested he look here for bike shoes and he was very surprised to find these; score one for Mom!!) He has said they are "pretty awesome". He does deliveries on his bike, and said they're great for the bike but also when he has to dismount and walk. Loves the reflectability, color is good, comfort is great and apparently they're water resistant, huge plus. Really happy. Hope they hold up too.

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