Five Ten Stonelands Lace-up

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Five Ten Stonelands Lace-up
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FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Stonelands Lace-Up Climbing Shoe.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Five Ten Men's Stonelands Lace-Up Climbing Shoe.


  • Durable Cowdura upper provides a precise fit and has a synthetic lining for all-day comfort


  • First and Last midsole provides powerful edging performance with soft sensitivity
  • Underneath is a supportive midsole for edging precision and both lateral and medial control


  • Innovative Stonelands last utilizes the natural flat-toed shape and position of the foot for both comfort and performance
  • Inside the Stonelands Lace-up is a synthetic sock for all day comfort


  • Stealth C4 rubber provides legendary friction and edging performance
  • Lace closure is precise and secure
  • Flat profile shape performs on everything from dime edges to narrow cracks
  • Built on Five Ten new Stonelands Last

For an edging shoe that you can comfortably wear all day, look no further than the Five Ten Stonelands Lace-up Climbing Shoe. The innovative new Stonelands last provides precision edging performance by utilizing the natural flat-toed position of the foot, meaning you get the comfort you've always wanted with the performance technical face climbs demand.

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Designed to take you from gym climbing to long alpine routes, Five Ten's Stonelands Lace-up Rock Shoe delivers high performance edging and all day comfort.
The sky is the limit! . . . Well, maybe not the sky, but you can definitely gain a world of height in the Five Ten® Stonelands Lace-up!
Ideal for indoor and outdoor climbs.
Durable synthetic upper with embroidered details.
Lace-up style.
Protective toe reinforcement.
Heel pull loop for an easier on and off.
Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole is made to handle the toughest climbs.
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Upper Material:Synthetic
Weight:7.7 oz / 219 g
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Five Ten Stonelands Lace-up Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The last few years I've been wearing Muiras at the gym and Mythos in the real world, where I mainly do longer easyish multi-pitch trad routes. My Mythos are about done, so I thought I'd try these 5.10 Stonelands. I've had them out a few times now and so far I'm impressed. They're not your go-to technical shoe, but for the easier trad climbs I do, they're great. They edge well for a comfortable shoe and the sole is quite soft, so you get a good feel of the rock, and with the StealthC4 they stick, so they're really good for smearing.I find them really comfortable. They're not super wide, but as I have a slightly wider foot, they're the first 5.10 shoes I've been able to wear. The heel is slightly narrow, but I don't find that an issue. It's worth knowing that they're sized differently to some of the other 5.10 shoes. If you fit an 8.5 in the Anasazi Verde, you'd be looking at 9.0 or even 9.5 in these. I fit a 40.5 in Muiras and Mythos, and I've gone for a 9.5 in these (I could probably have fitted a 9, but comfort was a priority this time around). The only minus I've encountered is that there appears to be a QC issue with the lace least half of them tore out of the upper on first use. Rather than return the shoes and hope for better luck next time, I just punched holes for the laces with a leather punch, and this arrangement has worked out fine...I probably prefer it to lace loops. Otherwise, the QC seems pretty good.

rajp458348 at on 04/12/2013
Runs small. I wear a woman's size 8 and had to get these in a 9 to get a snug but comfortable fit. I don't like painfully tight climbing shoes. Other than the size, I haven't had any issues with the shoes.
Kellie - customer at on 11/07/2013

Neutral Reviews:

This is not a full review since I could barely get these on. As a warning these run very small. I have a pair of the Moccysms in a size Men's US 5 and usually wear 6-6.5 in women's. I ordered a size 5 in these and they were way too small. I'm thinking I may have to size up two more sizes to get the right fit.
NinaT - customer at on 06/05/2013