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Five Ten Shoes

From Five Ten mountain biking shoes to bouldering shoes, you can find what you need to get your outdoor fix. Whether your happy place is gliding on two wheels or pushing your limits as you make your ascent, you’ll be prepared with game-changing performance features. Riders can count on incredible flat pedal control, shock-absorbing midsoles and stable support for seamless moves. Depending on your needs, you can find footwear with Stealth® rubber outsoles, quick-drying synthetic uppers and reinforced toe boxes for impact resistance. Five Ten climbing shoes are designed for long-lasting comfort with high-traction outsoles built to handle vertical terrain. You’ll feel sure-footed thanks to optimal arch support, enhanced rubber heels and a flexible fit that lets you adapt to any challenge. Browse adidas for Five Ten shoes you can wear on any route.

Five Ten Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Five Ten’s originally took their name from the 5.1 climbing gradient used to describe an intermediate climb in the US. Founder Charles Cole was a keen climber who developed shoes for rock climbing in the 198s.
While you can of course walk about in Five Ten cycling shoes during your active adventures, it’s not recommended to use them for everyday daily wear as they will wear out quicker and may be less comfortable. Climbing shoes on the other hand are not suitable for hiking, as they are shaped and designed for gripping rocks rather than walking about.
Generally speaking, Five Ten shoes are true to size, so you should order your regular size. If you prefer your shoes to fit a little tighter you can go a half size down, or conversely if you prefer them looser you might go half a size up.