Five Ten Freerider Elements Shoe - Men's

Five Ten Freerider Elements Shoe - Men's
Five Ten Freerider Elements Shoe - Men's
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Freerider Elements Shoe - Men's by Five Ten
Five Ten's notoriously sticky Stealth 1 rubber is just one component that makes the Freeride Element a top choice for flat-pedal riders. The BMX-inspired Action leather upper, supportive heel cup, and cushy impact protection add to its popularity in lift lines and jump parks. This isn't a glorified skate shoe, it's intended for the abrasion and harsh conditions the gravity crowd demands.The Action leather is double-stitched for durability and placed where pedals, cranks, and trail-side obstacles would send other shoes into early retirement. This construction also gives the Freeride structure, with mesh filling voids to prevent overheating in the summer. The midsoles are semi-stiff to support the foot and prevent hot spots without dulling feedback from your bike. Underneath the midsoles are Five Ten's legendary high-friction Stealth S1 rubber compound and a grippy tread pattern. Stealth S1 isn't just there for the grip, it also adds excellent cushioning and shock absorption.

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SKU: FVT2013
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