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Five Ten Hiangle Men's Climbing Shoes

Five Ten Hiangle Men's Climbing Shoes

Five Ten Hiangle Men's Climbing Shoes
$ 37.88

Score By Feature

Based on 46 ratings
Customer service
7.29
Value for money
6.83
Satisfaction
7.07
Packaging
6.85

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Product Description

The top grain of leather is 100% split
Designed and manufactured in the United States and imported
The sole of the shoe is rubber
The outsole of the C4 is made of stealth rubber Two millimeters)
An unlined leather upper that's half-size stretchy
The closure system consists of one strand of Velcro
Toe box that is stiff

Questions & Answers

The 5 will fit in these as well. How many blackwings are there? Is the sizing smaller than before?

Currently, I wear a st size 12 and a hiangle size For blackwings, I think I needed 13

There is a suggestion that I downsize these to a full size from dragons, what's your opinion? Are your feet turning blue when you wear them?

My son is an avid climber, so I bought him these as a gift. My guess is that the size of the swarm was the same as a dragon. He had to stretch a bit, and his feet turned blue for a bit.

Can you tell me how curved the last one is?

Similar to the 5, the last is likely to happen as well. Dragons 10 in number. As for the curved or aggressive design, it's no different from any other shoe on the market, and it breaks in quite well due to its natural contour.

Selected User Reviews For Five Ten Hiangle Men's Climbing Shoes

I would not downsize
5/5

Overall, it is a very comfortable and good fit for an aggressive shoe. It may be rough in the beginning, but it pays off Having worn 5 is a sign that you belong to the five. In the past, I have worn 10's, specifically less aggressive pairs (Rogues in my case). I would recommend going up a half size if you have worn a 10 before. As a whole, it still appears to be a tighter fit. My friend already had a pair of these shoes, but she had to break them in for a good few weeks. You should know the shape of your foot well. It is also something I was concerned about because I have wide feet currently, both sizes have a very tight toe box, with my toes curled quite a bit, which may prompt me to return them and half size The toe box continues to expand to accommodate the feet of other owners, so since I spoke to multiple owners, both agreed that their feet have been accommodated by the toe box expansion, over time I will stick to the same size as my Rogues and survive the break in process. I would say, aside from the toe box, the fit is good overall. It fits snugly across the right areas, and the heel is quite solid. The downturn is nice while the comfort is still decent. The test will begin soon! Let's see how they do! I will update my review when I get over the break-in once I have finished my review.

Novah Bryant
Novah Bryant
| Jan 17, 2021
I went through it too fast! Right now, I am able to see my toe on my right foot and will need to buy a new pair of shoes
3/5

The only reason I won't be purchasing these again is because I was hoping to get at least a Actually really disappointed, because I really loved this pair, but not worth the cost if I was only going to use it for five months.

Madilynn Rocha
Madilynn Rocha
| Nov 01, 2020
The blue in my feet is no longer there! I just got a pair of shoes I love that have no blue feet anymore
5/5

Functionally, they perform exactly as I would expect. I am my 4th pair of these and I couldn't be happier. The soles are supposed to last for years, so I don't know why people are complaining about them.

Andy Gonzales
Andy Gonzales
| Jun 11, 2021
It is a solid mid level climbing shoe that fits a bit tighter than normal
5/5

I like the fit, but the toe is aggressive. Your second pair is a nice step up. Overhangs and small footholds are no problem for this climb. This is not the shoe you should choose if you desire.

Colter Parker
Colter Parker
| Nov 12, 2020
It turned out better than we expected
5/5

I understand that the rubber on the five-tens last longer, so I think that's an additional Is a reminder.

Ali Crosby
Ali Crosby
| Jun 03, 2021
The overall shoe is decent but not great
3/5

My main issue with the shoe is the pull tabs. The shoe performs well in toeing and is good in toeing out. The soles of your shoe rub against them and they are extremely uncomfortable since they are sewn directly into your shoes.

Charlie Norman
Charlie Norman
| Nov 17, 2020
An 8 would be a good fit for me
5/5

There are 5 in each of Everything seems to be fine now, however.

Sariyah Green
Sariyah Green
| Mar 13, 2021

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