Five Ten FIVE.TEN Anasazi Arrowhead Climbing Shoes

Priced: $155.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
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Five Ten FIVE.TEN Anasazi Arrowhead Climbing Shoes - The Five.Ten Anasazi Arrowhead has a downturned toe and a higher arch that offers a snug, precision fit. This next generation shoe offers performance you will feel immediately.


  • Upper is a supple, breathable Cowdura that molds to the foot


  • Onyxx outsoles are the benchmark in edging performance


  • Toe rand is made of extremely durable and high-friction Stealth Mystique rubber


  • New heel cup hugs the foot and stays in place
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Avg. Weight (Pair):1 lb. 2.4 oz.
Last Shape:Aggressively Downturned

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Five Ten FIVE.TEN Anasazi Arrowhead Climbing Shoes Reviews:


it does have a "snug, precision fit"

I'd agree with some previous comments I've seen that they do fit quite tight, tighter than the normal anasazis at least. I own three sizes in the regular anasazis - my street shoe size, 1/2 size down and a full size down. In those normally I wear 1/2 size down for a good balance between comfort and tightness. The arrowheads feel almost like the full size down anasazis. I'd say they run nearly, but not quite, a full size small.

Like the anasazis they hug your foot quite nicely (even more so) there is no dead space. My foot is a bit narrower with a slightly higher arch, fit is very good. Quality of shoe is likewise very good.

Though the normal anasazi is my favorite shoe, haven't decided if the arrowheads are for me yet, this is my first pair of significantly downturned shoes.

Having a hard time getting used to the toe not being where I'm used to it being when I place my foot, the downturn puts it in a slightly different position, this probably wouldn't bother others unless you're as used to one shoe as I am.

Also after getting these I now can see how some climbers get that ugly looking callus on the top knuckle of their toes, that's right where this shoe rubs. Regular anasazi doesn't rub that spot so aggressively.
climber at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

Precise, sensitive, all-around shoe.

This was my second pair of Anasazi Arrowheads. I made the switch from a pair of Sportiva, Katana lace ups. Comparatively, this is a much lighter shoe and I found it to be more sensitive. I prefer the 5.10 rubber as well. This is also a good model for people with narrow feet. I felt like I could never get my Sportivas to fit just right. The shoe runs a bit small. Street shoe size is a good starting point for fitting. They won't stretch, but the break in period will soften them up and allow them to form to your foot.

I boulder and sport climb a few times a week. After about six months I blew through the toe, but I feel like I got my money's worth in that time. Bottom line, these shoes are precise and perform well on both technical slab climbs and moderately overhanging routes.
M. Kletterbaum at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013

Great shoes, worth the wait!

We waited some time to find our size. Just to be safe we ALWAYS order a 1/2 size down and 1/2 size up so we end up with 3 pairs to test. These fit a bit smaller than expected so I went to a 40 instead of 39.5. That said, if I were climbing lots lately I would have stuck with my usual 39.5 bc they were definitely aggressive and snug, just as they should be. The 40 gives me a little extra comfort as i "warm up" again.
Leeners at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2011

Awesome but painful to break-in

It takes time to break-in. I wear a street shoe size 9 but I have to get a 9.5. I also have wide feet. I like the color. And the fact that the material is synthetic and not leather, it will not stretch too much.
JG at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013

Great shoes

Third pair I've bought; they're great shoes. Edge better than most slippers. Takes a little longer to break them in, though.
LA Climber at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2013