Five Ten Freerider EPS High Shoe - Men's

Five Ten Freerider EPS High Shoe - Men's
Five Ten Freerider EPS High Shoe - Men's
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Freerider EPS High Shoe - Men's by Five Ten
You've already got a set of three-inch rubber donuts wrapped around your plus-sized rims just waiting to dig into a snowy stretch of singletrack, so when the weekend finally rolls around, lace up the Five Ten Freerider Men's EPS High Shoes and go rally around on the trails. While everyone else complains about the cold, your tootsies will stay toasty, surrounded by lightweight, breathable PrimaLoft insulation throughout the shoe. Five Ten constructs the shoe's uppers using a single piece of leather, free of seaming, which makes it more difficult for snow to sneak its way in and soak your feet. A fully gusseted tongue furthers the cause, while an insulated sock liner and heat-reflective foot bed work to hold onto as much heat as possible. The shoe's extended ankle height gives you added coverage on especially muddy days, and Five Ten's signature Stealth S1 rubber outsole makes a triumphant appearance on the outside of the Freerider EPS, giving it the stickiness you've come to count on as you step onto slippery rocks and wet pedals.

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SKU: FVT002A
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Manufactured by Five Ten
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