Five Ten Spire
4.5 out of 5 based on 15 user reviews.
|Comfortable, all-day climbing shoe.|
Awesome for long, moderate climbs or anything slabby.
Smears really well.
Lasts a while, I had mine for 2 years before needing a resole climbing roughly once per week.
|Not too technical-- hard to hold small edges or heel hooks, thus not too good for bouldering.|
|my first pair of shoes, comfortable, secure, and great rubber. They are now my second pair, that i use for long climbing days. I went down a half size and have no extra room. great shoe for beginners and long moderate routes.|
|doesn't edge well. I grew beyond the ability of the shoe, (read: i climb harder than i should with my poor quality footwork) but a great shoe for beginning and long moderate routes.|
|Perfect shoe for all day comfort. Easy trad and more difficult slabs are what it does best. Very durable- I've only resoled once in 2.5 years of frequent climbing.|
|Mythos are somewhat comparable and edge better.|
|Perfect climbing shoe for people who actually want to feel their feet after a couple of hours on the wall.|
|Laces are about 10 feet long. I cut them short and used the extra to make prusik cords and runners. ..... JUST KIDDING.|
|Review by roytse on Aug. 10, 2008|
|Comparatively cheap. Comfortable with padded tongue and generous toe-box. Good for all day trad work.|
|Not much. Rubber could be a tad stickier.|
|Snug fit, comfy. This is my first pair of rock shoes, but they have yet to hold me back at my level of climbing|
|Laces are crazy long, not quite sure why. Need to tuck them under themselves.|
|comfortable and snug. Rubber lasts a long time. Best pair of shoes I've tried on.|
|As the shoe gets worn, I loose confidence in its ability to grip the wall.|
|Great comfortable shoe that does everything decently|
|Does not excel in any aspect of rock climbing|
|good all-around shoe|
good for edging & smearing
|The trusty lace-up. Rubber holds up well, minimal stretching.|
|good fit, good price, ok for smearing|
|don't edge well, pretty flexible|