Five Ten Stealth C-4 Resole Kits

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Five Ten Stealth C-4 Resole Kits -

Use Stealth® Cc to revive a worn out pair of Five Ten rock shoes or to super charge another brand's shoes. In fact, many of the world's top climbers resole their shoes with Stealth® regardless of what company sponsors them.

Sizing:

  • Deluxe XL Full Sole Kit includes: Steath® C-4 (rock) & S-1 (approach) rubber (5.5 mm), resoling cement, instruction sheet; this kit is appropriate for sizes 1-14
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Extend the life of your hard-earned investment with a resole kit.

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Available in four varieties:Deluxe XL, Deluxe, Regular and Half
Deluxe Full Sole Kit includes:Steath® C-4 (rock) & S-1 (approach) rubber (5.5 mm), resoling cement, instruction sheet; this kit is appropriate for sizes 1-11
Half Sole Kit includes:Stealth® C-4 rubber (4 mm), resoling cement ,and instruction sheet
Regular Full Sole Kit includes:Stealth® C-4 rubber (5.5 mm), resoling cement, instruction sheet; this kit is appropriate for sizes 1-11
You will need:Electric hand drill, 1.5 inch drum sander drill bit, utility knife, heat source, pliers, rubber gloves
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Five Ten Stealth C-4 Resole Kits Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Stealth C-4 Resole kits

I have been resoling climbing shoes for four years with stealth C-4 resole kits with graet success. But it does take some practice to get a professional looking job.
Steve at Mountain Gear on 02/02/2009

Negative Reviews:

Leave it to the pros

I'm a pretty handy person, and I was tired of paying the price to have a pro to resole my shoes, no matter how hard I worked getting them to blend with the other part of the shoe it never felt right. Save your money and time by having a pro do it the first time, or just get a new pair.
Joel at Mountain Gear on 05/05/2007

Good kit, but not worth time and cost.

To much work for too much cost, just send them away for a pro job. It cost me almost the same amount of money and took hours.
Kevin the sensible at SummitHut.com on 10/10/2012

Neutral Reviews:

hard to find item

these kits are increasingly hard to find and MGear has them!
jeff at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2006