Five Ten FIVE.TEN Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoes

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Five Ten FIVE.TEN Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoes - The Five.Ten Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoes are a nicely designed entry-level model with all-leather uppers and Stealth C4 sole. Recommended for all-around climbing.

Country of Origin: Imported

Fit:

  • Full top-to-bottom lacing for a snug, conforming fit
  • On sizing, please note climbing shoe sizes are only a suggestion as fit is highly personal. Foot shape, use, and style all play into size selection.

Traction and Grip:

  • Stealth C4 rubber outsole for extreme grip

Upper:

  • Unlined split-leather upper

Features:

  • Double pull-on loops
  • Deep heel cup
  • Full-wrap rubber rand
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Avg. Weight (Pair):8 oz.
Closure:Lace Up
Ems_sale:Yes
Last Shape:Flat
Upper:Leather

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Five Ten FIVE.TEN Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoes Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Uniquely Shaped Feet Love these Shoes!

Wish I could afford 20 pairs to last a life time; due to the difficulty of finding proper fitted footwear for my delicately shaped/somewhat narrow feet with the big toes being abnormally longest of the toes on my feet.

Great quality for the price I feel in spite of the minor flaws: Takes a little time to lace on and off... But, I find that adds to the benefiting ease of adjustability to acquire proper fit & comfort anyway.

Please keep this Nicely Designed entry-level Model Stealth C4: Coyote Lace-Up Climbing Shoes by Five Ten around forever!
Compliments to the Designers. My Feet Happily Thank You! Look forward to stocking up and sharing the Love!
Cricket at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2007

Great for a new climber.

If you're new to climbing you can't beat this for a lace up shoe. It's comfortable enough to wear around the climbing gym all day long and only takes a few sessions to fully break in. Sizes ran a little big as I wear a 11.5 in most shoes and a 11.0 in this shoe. I found it's great for general bouldering and for climbing less difficult routes. A great shoe at a great price for a beginner climber. The only negative is that it's not a very stiff shoe, but as a beginner it shouldn't make a difference.
vtrescuekid at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2006

Great rock shoe for the money!

I own this shoe as well as my Evolv Shaman shoe. Honestly, don't let the price of THIS shoe fool you! I love mine! They work extremely well for me not only indoors, but outdoors on steep rock, slabs, etc. These shoes smear very well, you can get the toes IN well due to the nice pointed toe design and the rubber is quite sticky! I climb just as well with these shoes as my $150 Shaman's! Buy them I don't think you can go wrong honestly! I love mine - they work so well for me!
Scoobiedoo6559 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Excellent beginner shoe

This is an excellent beginner shoe, that has no stretching at all. The sizing was spot on with my street shoes, and the width worked very well for my narrower-than-average foot. I've climbed on these for about 2 times a week for 6 months and I would say they are a little over half worn out. The down side to these shoes is that my ability has quickly outpaced what my shoes can do. They are excellent for learning the sport but will probably need to be replaced before they wear out.
Mike at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2008

Overall a good beginner shoe

A good shoe overall, comfortable, easily adjustable, good quality for the price. Rubber cracks and splits after a few months(depending on how much you climb). I have 2 other friends who own this shoe, all have the same problem, but shoe holds up after re-soling fairly well. The rest of the shoe holds up well and breaks in nicely. Not the best for long outdoor climbs, but you can make it work. I would recommend it to a beginner or intermediate climber looking for a mid-level quality shoe without spending too much.
Annonymous at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2008

Great beginner shoe

I bought these when i first started climbing and they have served me well for the past nine months even though they got pretty stretched out by summer. I use these to warm up at the gym or on long climbs outside. super comfortable and they smear really well on limestone, even on plastic in the gym where my 5.10 team can't hold the smear these kick butt! i recommend you buy at least a full size smaller than your shoe size.
CrayCray at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2012

Coyote Five Ten Lace-Up Climbing Shoes

I ordered these and had to return them as they were just too small. The next size I received, while still tight and small was workable (I figured they would stretch a little). My toes are still curling a little but they seem to do the job.

I ordered them as they were widely advertised as a good model for beginners. They seem to be fitting that bill. Just be sure to try a half / full size larger.
Sm1367 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2007

Great Starter Shoes

Started taking rock climbing seriously, decided to go for the entry-level shoe.
Climbed four or five times indoors with these. They were a bit uncomfortable at first, but my feet are now getting used to them - and they are getting used to my feet.
The only con I have is that taking them off and putting them on requires more time than velcro shoes. My next pair will mos def be velcro.
steeban at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

Good shoe for beginners

I am into my third year of climbing, so I am not a beginner but I bought these shoes again when my first pair wore out. I like the fit, the stickiness, and the comfort. I tried on several sizes and found that my street shoe size worked best for me. Other 5-10 shoes didn't have the same fit at that size, tho.
working towards 5.10 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2011

These shoes are bomber!

These shoes are great and very comfortable. I have used them for several months indoor and outdoor. Excellent on granite and most outdoor surfaces. Very good in the gym except for smearing on smooth walls, especially in humid conditions. Note that my skill level currently tops out at 5.7 so these may work fine for climber with better technical skill.
shanerk71 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

Look Elsewhere

This shoe is an ok beginner climbing shoe, but you can find better options. It is a lace up rather than a velcro, so it takes longer to put on and take off (a valid consideration if you are starting out climbing in the gym). The stealth C4 rubber is moderately sticky, but the edges round off quickly and the soles wear rather quickly also. The unlined leather stretches a lot (1/2+ size), if you size these shoes tight they will end up fitting loosely after about 6 months of consistent climbing. The shoe also has minimal stiffness in the sole, you can fold them in half easily right out of the box (not good). The shoe also feels sloppy when heel hooking (heel slides within the shoe). You can find comparably priced or cheaper shoes that will perform better and last longer.
Climb Time at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2012

COMPLETE JUNK

These shoes are complete junk!
They will be ok for your first day of climbing and after that they restrict you more than anything.
The rubber sucks, the can't smear and you might as well forget about standing on edges!
You would be better off wearing your approach shoes.
The climber at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2010

Neutral Reviews:

Great entry level, but didn't hold up.

Got these shoes a few months ago as a beginner climber. They were comfortable and formed to my foot well. Helped me to progress quickly, however they started separating at the toe much sooner than expected. A friend of mine had the same problem with these shoes as well. So, I'd recommend them, but don't expect them to last for too long.
Red at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2007