FIVE TEN Rogue Lace-Up Climbing ShoesAn affordable performance shoe designed to take climbers from the gym to the crag, the Five Ten Rogue Lace-Up climbing shoes offer all-day comfort and versatility.
- Unlined split grain leather upper provides comfort and durability; conforms to your foot like a second skin
- Built on the same last as the Five Ten Stonelands shoe to reward performance without robbing comfort
- Active Arch Support positions the shoe on your foot for a perfect, glove-like fit
- Reinforced arch with synthetic cradle works with Five Tenís proprietary Comfort Range Slingshot rand to provide an optimal platform for climbers to develop skill and technique without sacrificing comfort
- 3.5 mm Stealth C4 rubber outsole offers high friction and excellent edging abilities
- Lace-up closure allows for customized tension and a snug, secure fit
- Note: When selecting a size, keep in mind that these shoes are unlined and can stretch up to a full size
Country of Origin: Imported
FIVE TEN Rogue Lace-Up Climbing Shoes
Gender Men's Upper Leather Avg. Weight (pair) 14 oz. (396 g) Closure Lace Up Last Shape Flat
Reviewed by 1 customer
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Comments about FIVE TEN Rogue Lace-Up Climbing Shoes:
Used as gym shoes.
I got one full size down from my street shoe, they've stretched and conformed to my feet nicely. Comfortable enough, after break in, to leave on throughout sessions.
The tongue on the shoe is comfortable and doesn't get in the way of itself; however, the threads on the 5.10 logo, stitched at the top, started to come undone the second time I unlaced them. It's becoming a nuisance. The shoe says 5.10 in enough places, not sure why they had to stitch a logo right under the laces.
They edge well, are sensitive enough, and smear just fine. Good all around performance.
Sections of rubber are beginning to peel away from the upper, hopefully this doesn't develop further and become an issue. I've had them for less than a month.
If they hold themselves together I'd recommend them to a friend. We'll see how they hold up.
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