Five Ten Anasazi MoccAsym

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Five Ten Anasazi MoccAsym
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FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Anasazi Moccasym Climbing Shoe.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Five Ten Men's Anasazi Moccasym Climbing Shoe.


  • Synthetic midsole


  • Five Ten Anasazi Moccasym rock shoes have breathable split-leather uppers with elastic bands that allow easy on and off and provide a skin-tight fit

Weather and Wind:

  • Side exit heel seam

Traction and Grip:

  • Stealth® C4™ ultra-sticky rubber outsoles grip nearly every surface and provide good edging


  • Delivers performance, comfort and composure in dangerous situations


  • Unlined leather upper (this shoe WILL stretch)


  • Triple pull-on loops
  • Whether you're bouldering in Bishop or climbing a long route in Squamish, the Moccasym slip-lasted design is unlined to offer sensitive rock "feel" and precise control
  • Slingshot heel
  • Elastic closure
  • Flat profile, low curvature
  • Asym toe profile

Although Five Ten designed its Anasazi MoccAsym Climbing Shoe for cracks, slabs, and multipitch routes in the desert, many climbers swear by it for bouldering and single-pitch sport routes due to its optimal blend of performance and comfort. Its flat profile includes a low curvature to keep your foot prime for all-day multipitch endeavors, and Stealth C4 rubber sticks to dime-edges and microscopic nubbins so you can smear and cruise up technical, vertical routes and problems like they were ladders. Five Ten made the MoccAsym's upper out of leather for comfortable crack climbing, and the synthetic midsole helps reduce stretch. The elastic closure brings the fit without the bulk so you can cruise up cracks without the discomfort of hook-and-loop straps or laces.

The FiveTen Anasazi Moccasym is the perfect second shoe for every climber, comfortable and built on Five Ten's Anasazi last. These slippers have been used to onsight 5.14, but perform great on everything from boulder problems to multi-pitch sport routes.


Climbers have sworn by the Five Ten Anasazi Moccasym™ rock shoes for nearly 20 years. The reason? They deliver performance, comfort and superb grip on all types of rock.

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Five Ten Moccasyms have been used to onsight 5.14, but they're the perfect second shoe for every climber. Body weight is focused over the big toe for maximum front point power. The sensitive midsole makes the Moccasym ideal for bouldering, indoor climbing, and radically overhanging routes.  

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Climbers have sworn by Five Ten’s MoccAsym Rock Shoe for nearly 20 years.
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Average footwear weight (pair):1 lb. 2 oz.
Can be resoled:Yes
Footwear closure:Slip-on
Outsole:Stealth C4 rubber
Shape of last:Flat
Shoe Profile:Flat Profile
Shoe Sole:Stealth C4 Rubber
Shoe Upper:Split-Grain Leather
Sole:Stealth C4
Upper:Split grain leather
Upper Material:Leather
Weight:8 oz / 227.2 g (Single Shoe)
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Five Ten Anasazi MoccAsym Reviews:


looks like a pump feels like a sneaker

This is a great comfortable shoe I can wear them all day long. I love the ease of slipping on and off without laces. Since it's a slipper and there are no laces to dial in the fit you need to make sure you select a size that will fit the shoe snuggly all around your foot. Remember that they are leather so they will stretch more than the synthetic shoes. If you get them fitted correctly they feel ahmazing, I actually sized down 1.5 U.S. sizes from my street shoe for a more aggresive feel, and these stretched out perfectly.

The C4 rubber is awesome...I really like 5.10 for this. The shoe is nice and sensitive, so you can feel every little nubbin. The soles are nice and pliable so they're great for smearing and also for working into cracks. This also means that the soles aren't stiff, this was a bit of a problem since my feet aren't super strong and I enjoy the support of a stiffer shoe...but it's a tradeoff I'm happy to make.

All around it's a great shoe it can be an aggresive shoe if you really size down or size it as normal for a super comfy all day performer.
ok2drive at REI on 06/06/2013

Classic Shoe

Downsizing is a must because the shoe will stretch considerably. This isn't some macho climber speak. If you don't size down, the shoe will quickly become too big and your feet will be sliding around in them.

I went down 1.5 sizes from street size. After about 10 or so sessions, the fit is like a glove.

I have to replace this shoe just about every 1.2 years. This is climbing about 3 times a week in the gym and maybe 10 times a year outside.

I find that resoling these shoes is not a good idea because the shoes are very stretchy and will eventually become too big after a while. I'm fine with it because I really like the performance of the shoe. It doesn't have any zany bells or whistles. Its simply a good, dependable shoe.
T-Man at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 08/08/2011

Best of both worlds!

This shoe delivers superb jamming capability, and if you can stand to downsize, also edges wonderfully. It also isn't too expensive (many performance shoes these days seem to be getting close to the $200 area). I wear a 9 1/2 street shoe and got these in an 8 because you can expect the unlined leather to stretch up to one full size. Starting out will be painful! But after a couple climbs, they begin to stretch nicely. However, after purchasing these I tried them out in a local climbing area on a hot day. By the end of the day I noticed small signs of delamination of the rubber on one shoe. Nothing a little shoe glue can't fix, but caused me to give them 4/5 stars because a shoe shouldn't wear that quickly after only one day in the sun.
Joshua S. at REI on 06/06/2013

Good Shoe

Not too bad. Honestly I think they could be priced lower for how much use you can really get out of them. If you buy them very tight, expect them to stretch out to the point of being very sloppy in a matter of months. This can be fixed with some strategic sewing and application of shoe goo (hour long fix for another few months of use). I highly recommend sizing them a bit looser than a normal shoe to prevent overstretching. Sized too tight, they will overstretch before needing a resole (bummer!).

Love these on slab because of the sensitivity. Pretty good in crack. Horrible when edging after the first month or two. So comfortable, I once climbed 23 pitches and rapped for 8 hours in these and only lost half a toenail!
dscott at REI on 12/12/2013

Soo good!

Ah the MOCC.... Where do I start? These shoes are pretty much required gear for me at this versatile. If I go anywhere to climb on any type of rock or gym and can only take one pair these get the call. Unlined leather uppers stretch to fit like a glove. I wear 12 street shoes and find an 11 stretches out great while still allowing a snug fit, with toes flat for sliding into cracks. Speaking of cracks there really is no better shoe. No laces to get cut, and low profile. So comfy I can climb long technical routes, soft enough for steeps, sticky for slab, and great toe box for edging. GET THESE SHOES! You will be psyched.
Ben Round at REI on 02/02/2013

Should have bought these years ago

I've worn these bouldering indoors a few times since buying them and, to be honest, my feet hurt! But, knowing others who have bought these shoes up to a decade ago, they assured me that the real leather uppers will stretch nicely and I'll be grateful for buying the size I did. I made sure to get the size that fit my foot length best without any heel slippage so that when they do stretch I won't loose any control. The best thing about these shoes is the grip of the rubber sole. It's unbelievable! I'm now climbing routes that I couldn't before simply because I know I can trust my feet. For me, that's huge.
ColoradoCoral at REI on 06/06/2013

Works for me

I'm a 9.5 size in regular shoes. So I took the advice of the previous reviews to get one size lower, 9; that was a mistake because they were so tight, it was unbearable. I sent them back for 9.5 and they were still tight, but within 3 uses, they'd stretched out and they fit very snug and well right now.
Andy at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 07/07/2010

Comfy & Precise

Super comfy yet precise. I love these shoes for indoor bouldering, warming up, and even steep sport routes. The only problem is my sweaty feet, which pretty much make these shoes impossible to edge with after my feet start sweating. But I can get over that, with being able to wear them all day long.
Buddy at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 12/12/2009

Great shoes at a great price

I am thouroughly pleased with this purchase! Not only did RC have an excellent price on the shoe, but they have performed very well for me. So far, they have mostly seen duty in the gym. I have been outside with them once, and they performed very well there too.
ClimbCrazy at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 08/08/2009

My Favorite Climbing Shoes

This is my favorite pair of climbing shoes I have ever owned. I am on my 6th or 7th pair and I keep coming back for more. They climb super good till they stretch out, then they become great all day shoes and warm-up shoes. Good for beginners to experts.
Wes at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 09/09/2008