Five Ten Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe
Five Ten Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe
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Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe by Five Ten
The Five Ten Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe handles dime edges and technical climbs with powerful precision, and its pink color lets you send in style. Five Ten made this Anasazi's upper out of Cowdura to fit your foot like a glove, and the synthetic midsole reduces stretching for excellent longevity. Super hard Stealth C4 rubber sticks to imaginary edges so you can smear without a problem, and its strength means you won't have to get a resole for a long time. Five Ten also updated this shoe with a rubber toe rand for an increased lifetime and a narrower heel to fit the female foot better. Its flat profile makes this shoe perfect for vertical and very technical routes.

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SKU: FVT000F
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