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Five Ten Coyote VCS

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Weight431 g

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Five Ten Coyote VCS
4.5 out of 5 based on 4 user reviews.


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Review by yjenerator on Sep. 06, 2011
I love velcro, so much that I could marry it, if that were socially acceptable. I love Stealth rubber even more. So velcro + Stealth = one very happy relationship. These shoes are super sticky, comfortable (for a climbing shoe), and so easy to get on and off.
Not a bad thing, but make sure you keep your heel DEEP, or you'll start to get some rubber folding after a while. (I climb four days a week and have been for four months and it's starting to fold a bit to give you a measure of a 'while.')
Call me elitist, but nothing compares to 5.10!
However, this shoe is pretty stiff, so if you're looking for a more aggressive/softer soled shoe, go with the Moccasym or the Jet 7.


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Review by checkpositive001 on Dec. 06, 2008
Slightly higher performance than the Spire. Better edging and better crack-jamming due to rubber over big toe area and pointier tip. Slightly less comfortable, but easy to take on/off due to the velcro straps.
Great all around value shoe. I'm happy I got a pair.
not very good for heel hooking.
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Review by marks on Mar. 31, 2007
This shoe is one of my favorites and not just for the price. If you are not looking to pull 5.14 this shoe is comfortale, easy to wear all day and therefore great for multipitch climbs.


Cred: 203
Review by snowboard1291 on Dec. 06, 2011
The velcro straps make them easy to get on and off
It may be me, but they together and down rather than just being pushed together. They can get a little uncomfortable from time to time.
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