Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe
Five Ten Hiangle Climbing Shoe
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Hiangle Climbing Shoe by Five Ten
You could spend the rest of your life at overhung crags ticking projects off with a lot of help from the Five Ten Men's Hiangle Climbing Shoe. The Hiangle might be the comfiest shoe in Five Ten's aggressive lineup and is designed to keep your foot comfy as you hang-dog, suss out beta, and go for redpoints. This shoe is also the stiffest option thanks to its thick Stealth C4 rubber sole that assures long-lasting traction for gripping anything from plastic jugs to limestone edges.

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SKU: FVT002J
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