Five Ten Fox Rock Shoe

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Five Ten Fox Rock Shoe -
Five Ten Fox climbing shoes are a comfortable lace-up design for the entry-level to intermediate climber. They feature a women-specific, low-volume last and a Stealth C-4 rubber outsole.


  • Lace-up design for a precise fit


  • High-friction Stealth C-4 rubber outsole


  • Feminine graphics


  • Made in United States of America


  • Pull loops for easy on-off
  • Climbing and other related activities are inherently dangerous; anyone purchasing or using equipment for this purpose is personally responsible for getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use
  • Women-specific, low-volume last features a lower, narrower heel and roomier forefoot
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There's nothing too coy about the stealthy, women's specific Fox climbing shoe from Five Ten that provides excellent grip with Stealth C4 rubber soles.
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Good Beginner Shoe

This is a great beginner shoe. The less agressive style is more comfortable but of course less sensitive and technical. I found these shoes are not great for edging. I ordered my street shoe size and was surprised the shoes were really tight out of the box. With a few wears, they stretched a bit to be more comfortable. I found the laces to be too short. I can barely tie them!

I like the look of the shoe with the added stylish graphics/colors. Always makes things more fun!

Overall, it's a great shoe for beginners at a reasonable price.
Climb On at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2010

good beginner shoe

When I first put on these leather shoes, I thought man, I have to return these. My toes were so curled up inside. But my experienced climbing friend told me not to as they will stretch. It took 3 days of wearing for them to feel comfortable. So hang in there with these shoes. I do love the way they look too
wickedywackedy at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2010

Comfort Counts

Onto my second pair of these now, the most comfortable climbing shoes I have ever worn
Klimber at Mountain Gear on 03/03/2011