Five Ten Guide Tennie
4.2 out of 5 based on 6 user reviews.
|Great traction for approaches, scrambling, and easy pitches. Hailed as a great aid shoe by Mr. Chris Mac himself (I disagree). Fits well and snug. Good quality construction.|
|Arch support is lacking for standing in aid slings. My feet started to hurt after just one pitch. The toe box seems flimsy and I'll be surprised to see it last more than 1 wall.|
|Review by bruton on Mar. 16, 2011|
|Has the same great features as the older version, save minor changes, an up turned toe and new rubber. Not so sure how I feel about it yet compiled with the new rubber.|
|The new rubber. Stealth ONYXX Works just 'alright' on most rock, and quite well on granite. Not so much on sandstone.|
If I had my choice, I'd say %.10 Bring back the best rubber and shoe combo you've ever had. The upturned toe attributes to a weak arch support and other discomfort when walking for long periods of time through varied terrain.
|Camp 4, Montrail D7,Garmont Sticky Twist,|
I'll stick with my old worn out C4 version.
|Good crossover shoe between climbing and scrambling. I wore these on a two day ascent of Tenaya Canyon and a Two day ascent of the NW ridge of Lone Pine Peak. I commonly climb in the 5.6 - 5.7 range in them w/o without problem. I have popped off a 5.9 lead in them though.|
|If you walk too far in them your feet will hurt - this improved with better foot beds. The heel seems to be cut a bit low and doesn't cup my heel as well as I would like.|
|If you will do much walking, get the Five Ten Camp 4's which climb nearly as well and are much more comfortable.|
|Awesome wet rock traction. Excels at loose approaches you can replace the soles just like 5.10's climbing shoes|
|wore the rubber out to fast|