Five Ten AEscent

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Five Ten AEscent
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Five Ten AEscent -
FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Aescent Shoe.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Five Ten Men's Aescent Shoe.

Midsole:

  • 2-piece molded EVA midsole ensures your ride is as smooth as a magic carpet
  • Built on a brand new midsole-outsole package with the perfect balance of traction for hiking, rubber-on-the-rock for climbing and stability for everything from biking to cruising your longboard
  • Two-piece EVA midsole takes the sting out of rough terrain

Support and Cushioning:

  • Medial and lateral arch support provides torsional stability and mid-foot support

Ventilation:

  • breathable mesh toe and high-friction Stealth S1 rubber soles.
  • Split grain leather upper and mesh toe provide the ideal blend of durability, low weight, and ventilation

Outsole:

  • Stealth S1 rubber outsole sticks like glue to everything you tread upon
  • Dotty Ascent and Stealth S1 Rubber outsole

Features:

  • Rubber toe-cap enhances climbing performance
  • Lightweight performance shoe
  • classic “approach” shoe
Rock/Creek Outfitters

The new men's Five Ten Aescent Shoe is the ultimate lightweight performance shoe. Built on a brand new midsole-outsole package with the perfect balance of traction for hiking, rubber-on-the-rock for climbing and stability for everything from biking to cruising your longboard, the Aescent features a breathable mesh toe and high-friction Stealth S1 rubber soles. This classic “approach” shoe the lightest, strongest, best-performing kick available. An innovative medial and lateral arch support add torsional stability and mid-foot support, while the 2-piece molded EVA midsole ensures your ride is as smooth as a magic carpet.


Backcountry.com

Whether it's a summer bike ride, sidewalk surfing, or the steep approach to the sport crag, lace up the Five Ten Men's AEscent Shoe and arm yourself with the truly legendary traction of Stealth S1 rubber. The molded EVA midsole absorbs the shock of impact while the innovative arch support provides the torsional stability and mid-foot support required to attack each and every obstacle with confidence.


Zappos.com
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.
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Closure:Laces
Country Of Origin:Asia
Footwear Type:Approach Shoes
Material:Split Grain/ Mesh
Midsole:Compression molded PU
Shoe Sole:Stealth S1 Rubber
Shoe Stability:Neutral
Shoe Upper:Split Grain/ Mesh
Shoe Width:Medium
Sole:Stealth S1 Rubber, Dotty Ascent
Upper:Split Grain, Mesh
Upper Material:Split Grain / Mesh
Weight:(Size 9) 12.44 oz / 352.7 g Each

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Five Ten AEscent Reviews:

Reviews:

It goes without saying that Zappos always delivers happiness (but I guess I had to say it)! This shoe is one of my favorites, it's stylish, and versatile. When I first put them on I noticed how planted and balanced they made you feel. I bought it as my everything shoe that I could wear daily, walk, run, and mountain bike in. So far they have not disappointed. I wore them on a 16 mile downhill with lots of creek crossings and mud and they stuck to my flat pedals like glue. Brought them home, washed them in the sink with some cleaner and hit them with some water proof protection spray and they look almost new again. If they continue to hold up, I’m sold on this shoe and brand.
Brian B - customer at Zappos.com on 08/02/2013
If you want a hiking shoe that will "stick" to rocks, then look no further. Hiking over boulders in New Hampshire's White Mountains is no problem for the 5.10 Aescent. Even wet rocks are no problem for this shoe. Don't expect to stick to the smaller shale and granite pieces that make up the slides on a few of the mountains. No shoe is going to stick to loose rock, nor wet tree roots for that matter. The shoe is comfortable but does not offer ankle support. Personally, I would like the shoe to be a little less clunky, being a runner who is use to very flexible shoes. However, it is perfect for a "hiker" who has sturdy ankles.
Ronald J - customer at Zappos.com on 09/08/2013
These are the stickiest shoes I've had. I really like them. I wear them while hiking / scrambling on very steep slopes (class 3/4). Mostly, this is on sandstone slickrock on the east side of Zion Natl Park, and on granite domes in Yosemite Natl Park around Tuolumne Meadows. I previously wore The North Face Smedge, and the Five Ten Aescent is definitely grippier on those surfaces. The Smedge allowed for more fine tuning of the fit, because I could lace up the toe tighter. I was worried about the Aescent sizing because I'd seen conflicting reports on various sites. I wear men's size 10.5 in almost all my shoes, so I tried that and it fit just fine.
Michael E - customer at Zappos.com on 09/20/2013
BURLY! These are sturdy shoes made with long-wearing materials. I have been wearing these shoes for about a month now. They sole and leather upper are both very stiff. After several weeks the leather begins to become more pliant allowing this technical shoe to become downright comfy. I wear mine around town and get at least one complement per wear on their appearance. If the "red" is too much for your tastes then replacing the laces with black laces would create a more subdued appearance. The stealth sole makes you feel akin to a mountain goat when you step onto rock. Overall, this shoe is solid and I look forward to wearing these for the next ten years.
Brett H - customer at Zappos.com on 10/24/2013

I've been wandering around in these shoes for the past couple months and have been very pleased with them. The sole very stiff and gives very good protection on sharp rocks during the approach. The rubber is obviously very sticky, and I like having two pull tabs on the back of each shoe to put them on and hang them from a harness or pack. They do run large so you might want to consider downsizing a half size or so.

matty at Backcountry.com on 09/08/2013

I picked these up to use as light hikers on rocky trails, and after a few hikes I like them a lot. They fit true to size, and they are lightweight. The rubber is super sticky. The first thing you notice is how stiff the soles are-great for rocky terrain and scrambling but I personally wouldn't buy these just as a casual shoe.

WLouie at Backcountry.com on 05/12/2013

FYI, I wear a size 11 in 5.10 Guide Tennies and Impacts (and in pretty much every other shoe I've had since my feet stopped growing), yet I wear 10.5 Aescent.
To answer rootless's question, these are stiffer than the Tennies, with a wider, more rigid "footprint."

albeant at Backcountry.com on 08/13/2013
Great shoes, extremely comfortable & wife prefers the style to the New Balance I've been wearing for years.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 10/25/2013

ll and really comfortable! love them!

Kevin O'Reilly at Backcountry.com on 10/01/2013