Five Ten Canyoneer 2

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The Men's Canyoneer II Shoe by Five Ten knows canyoneering combines the risks of river AND rock travel. The Five Ten Canyoneer 2 is the result of a half decade of R and D with the world's top canyoneers. The Canyoneer was the shoe of choice for professional canyoneering guides worldwide and the Canyoneer 2 is even better. We gave the Canyoneer 2 significantly better traction, a sleeker and more adjustable closure system, and a new upper that offers super lightweight support with ergonomic flex and reinforced durability.

DECENT FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Canyoneer II Shoe.

Support and Cushioning:

  • New upper that offers lightweight support

Traction and Grip:

  • Incredible traction with Stealth rubber outsoles


  • Ergonomic flex and reinforced durability
  • Sleek, adjustable closure system
  • Designed by the world's top canyoneers
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The Canyoneer 2 Water Shoe by Five Ten is a shoe that has been designed by the top canyoneers in the world.  Canyoneering is a risky "sport" that involves the risks of water (rivers) and rock travel where you are rappelling and walking down slabs of water.  The Canyoneer 2 offers incredibly sticky traction, a sleek design that isn't bulky or heavy and an adjustable closure system that allows the shoes to stay on even in fast moving water.  The upper gives super lightweight support with an ergonomic flex and reinforced durability. 
The Canyoneer 2 is the result of a half decade of R&D with the world's top canyoneers so you know its the only shoe to wear.
The original Canyoneer was the shoe of choice for professional canyoneering guides worldwide, and the Canyoneer 2 is even better.
A new man-made upper offers super lightweight support with ergonomic flex and reinforced stability.
Significantly better traction in the outsole.
Closure system that's sleeker and easy to adjust.
Five Ten's proprietary, co-molded Stealth® C4™/S1™ rubber outsole for the ultimate grip on wet or dry surfaces.
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Outsole:Stealth C4 / S1
Upper:Neoprene / Mesh
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Five Ten Canyoneer 2 Reviews:


The shoe for water and slippery rocks

Used these on a five day slot canyon hike at Paria Canyon in Utah. The shoes were great, stuck to everything, drained wonderfully, were comfortable and basically took everything thrown at them. On this trip that ranged from two foot deep mud pools to chest height water wading, along with some rock climbing and uncounted stream crossings.

Only cons are that the buckles, which are wonderful at keeping the shoes on in deep mud, are tough to use when cold. I also would like a little more ankle support.

Without these shoes the hike would have been so much harder. One companion had to dig his trail shoes out of the mud after they came off. I could walk on any stable rock, wet or dry, and know it would hold. The water drains from the tops and sides with every step, even when covered with mud.

They do take time to dry, and can get heavy at times, but overall a strong recommendation for anyone that will be hiking in wet/muddy conditions.
Johnny O at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 11/11/2009
My research in the mountainous rainforest requires a shoe that easily adapts to a constantly changing terrain and environment which is sometimes treacherous and unforgiving. This shoe is the best I have ever had for rocks, dirt, mud, steep grades, ascent and descent, and water as well as climbing trees and rope when necessary. The grip is unrivaled by anything I have ever had. True to size, but a bit wide, and more comfortable with wear. Take a while to dry out if they they get wet, but worth it. I strongly recommend these for anyone who is serious about the outdoor exploring in rough terrain and will definately own another pair in the future!
E R - customer at on 04/11/2011

Canyons to Creeks!

The Canyoneer II is hands down the best Creekboating shoe I've ever worn. They are super grippy on wet and dry rocks, comfortable hiking to the put-in and from the take-out, and fit tight enough to stay on in a swim situation. It's nice to have gear that you don't have to think about in a rescue/safety situation. The only drawback that I found was that they are a little bulky in my boat. Great shoe, if you can afford it.
Brig at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 02/02/2009

The best I ever had

I've only put about 24 miles on these, all of it in the Zion Narrows, but they outperform anything I've used before. The traction and comfort is outstanding. My only complaint would be that after 8 miles I already had some fraying. Maybe I was a little too hard on them. I have suggested these to a lot of people already and I've bought other Five Ten products because of these boots.
dirtyricky at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 08/08/2010
If you need boots like this then these are awesome and you will be so glad you got them! I did The Narrows two day hike in Zion National Park and probably would have broke my ankle without them. They really hold your ankle and heel well. If you plan to wear neoprene socks with them, you may want to get half a size larger depending on your sock thickness.
Anonymous - customer at on 09/17/2011

Does what they are supposed to do

The shoes are light, gives great traction, good drainage and good ankle support. Thy work great for canyoneering and I also use them with my waders when I go fishing. The only bad thing I have to say about them is that the buckles are a bit stiff and hard to use. Be careful of the sizes tough, if you want to wear them with neoprene socks they run small.
Kroken at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 09/09/2010

The best creek boating, whitewater shoe

This shoe has literally saved my life. Having a comfortable shoe with outstanding traction is a must for creeking in tight narrow gorges with lots of slippery rocks. In one expedition I hiked for days in them through the jungle, did technical cave climbing and kayaked a first descent. This is hands down the best shoe for a serious kayaker.
FJ at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 04/04/2011
Runs small. I wear an 8.5 and in these both my big toe and pinky toes rub. I walked 5 feet before they hurt. They went back to Zappos. Can't comment on how they would perform as I never used them.
Kirsten C - customer at on 08/13/2011
Great shoe for tripping with a canoe. Need to wear at least a 3 mm neoprene sock for comfort from stitching etc., and a larger size to accommodate this sock. I would prefer to eliminate the silver trim.
Anonymous - customer at on 02/22/2011

Great grippy shoe

This shoe will get you to your favorite river and will help any portaging or scouting you have to do when you're there. I use them for open canoeing and kayaking and they are worth the investment.
Garrett M. at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 08/08/2013