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Five Ten Galileo

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Weight482 g

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Five Ten Galileo
4.4 out of 5 based on 18 user reviews.


Cred: 1737
Review by barubin on Jul. 15, 2008
They're almost exactly like the anasazi only with a smaller heel. The rubber is absolutely awesome. I can't get enough of it!
The sizing on this seems a bit smaller in general than on the anasazi and therefore it has taken some getting used to with the galileos.
The anasazi (synthetic)


Cred: 685
Review by Radoskier on Mar. 08, 2011
This is the best duel purpose those on the market. I have done multi pitch, bouldering, and ice climbing (maybe not ice) in this shoe and they were comfortable the whole time. I have resoled them 3 times and will never use different shoe. The perfect shoe.
Nothing to say in this category except that they may seem tight when you first get them but they get better after you sweat in them and stretch out the leather uppers.
None can match this shoe!


Cred: 6
Review by jwwolfe on Dec. 03, 2007
Super sticky rubber, and the uppers gave just enough to be comfortable on the toe knuckles. Hands down one of the best heel designs out there.
The rubber is soft and some granite eats it up. I also blew out the lining but it didn't effect the peformance that much.


Cred: 14
Review by ssleasman on Mar. 10, 2011
The rubber and fit are great. My feet are pretty small but wide and they fit right on. Velcro is also a plus for quick ins and outs.
Ive had mine for a while now and they smell pretty bad, but that isn't anything new for any climbing shoe.


Cred: 5
Review by pedrosandchez on Dec. 04, 2007
Great rubber, way stickier than my previous evolvs and the montrails before that. Toe box is perfect for my wide feet and the sole is nice and stiff. The heal is excellent and great for hooking. All in all, I love these shoes. They are the best climbing of the three shoes I've owned. (Evolv Kaos, and Montrail magnets were the others). I would rate them five stars but I've only been climbing in them for two weeks now.
None so far in relation to performance, but they are a bit expensive!
If you have narrower feet than go with the anasazi. I climbed around in a pair at the store and they seemed to perform about the same and have the same basic features but with a narrower foot Profile


Cred: 36
Review by fb_46710619 on Feb. 18, 2008
Sticks to the wall even if there's nothing there.
Never had it pop off during an aggressive heel hook.
Fast on/off.
Your toes will scream


Cred: 180
Review by Jake0167 on Sep. 06, 2011
Great fit, AWESOME rubber, velcro rules.
Not a whole lot of ventilation. My feet sweat a lot in them.
These are my favorite shoes ever.


Cred: 1073
Review by scottydo on Mar. 02, 2008
Great shoe for the gym. Very comfortable.
Could have a little bit more aggressive of a toe edge.


Cred: 327
Review by treefrog on Feb. 18, 2008
onyx rubber is excellent
buy on the big side, runs small


Cred: 20
Review by fb_47700468 on Mar. 17, 2008
Fantastic rubber. Took me from v1->v4 so far
Very aggressive - almost too tight


Cred: 27
Review by Cdskier on Sep. 04, 2008
Good stick shoe. Hasn't failed me
Snug Fit. Crunches toes if you get appropriate size


Cred: 6
Review by mill87 on Oct. 13, 2011
Sticks to nearly everything, comfortable, GREAT SHOE!!!
none that i have found yet


Cred: 10
Review by alban_holyoke on Mar. 30, 2008
Sticky! Love it


Cred: 14
Review by HarryD on May. 18, 2008
FiveTen can't go wrong.
expensive
alternatives?


Cred: 36
Review by wild country on Aug. 07, 2008
still testing these


Cred: 2
Review by nahky on Mar. 10, 2011
comfy, rubber
heel so comfy it feels like you can slide out of it on strenuous hooking
anasazi velcro


Cred: 18
Review by Eddie2170 on Feb. 19, 2013
Stiff sole
Not super comfortable
Miuras


Cred: 1
Review by Sarah Bain on Aug. 18, 2008
comfortable
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