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Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Anasazi Pro Men Climbing Shoe

Anasazi Pro Men


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The Anasazi Pro was started with the classic Anasazi and Stealth® Mi6™ toe patch was added offering exceptional friction on volumes and holds. The closure system has been updated with a more breathable mesh tongue, and new Velcro straps which make the shoe more lightweight, breathable, and sleek. A little more heel tension than the classic Anasazi gives the Pro a bit more aggressive and precise fit.

  • Stealth® C4™ outsoles offer exceptional friction on any angle terrain making the Anasazi pro the perfect shoe for a world cup finish
  • Molded Stealth® Mi6™ toe patch
  • Stiffness: Stiff

Retail price

US$ 170.00
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Weight 544 g

Single : 272 g / 9.6 oz
Pair : 544 g / 19.2 oz

Closure Type 2 Velcro closures
Gender Men
Volume ­
Sizing Information US sizes : 5-13
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Best Use (Highest Performance) All-around
Asymmetry Moderate
Tongue Details Breathable mesh tongue
Last Details Shape: Arched (technical)
Construction: not provided by the brand
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Upper Material not provided by the brand  Unlined synthetic upper
Midsole Material not provided by the brand
Sole Material 4.2 mm  Stealth® C4™
Rand: not provided by the brand
Footbed Lining not provided by the brand
STEALTH® C4™ Technology

STEALTH® C4™ Technology

The world's hardest rock climbs were made possible with STEALTH® C4™ and its still the favorite of many top climbers. C4™ provides high friction and excellent edging.
Other Shoe Versions male female

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WeighMyRack Gear Review First hand review

The construction is pretty good; materials are phenomenal, and of course fit is fit. Functionally they are a mediocre thing wrapped in marketing and the bottoms are soled with pure magic. My advice is to keep the all-around shoes you have and love (or buy some used Tarantulaces for pennies) and resole them in C4. If you’re one of those insane people actually looking for a slab shoe? Yeah sure giv’er a shot. I won’t tell the cat.

UK Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

Overall the Anasazi Pro has transformed the classic version in to a more bouldering, indoor and performance oriented shoe through the addition of toe rubber and a tighter heel. It is certainly a different beast to the classic jack-of-all-trades Anasazi, and Five Ten have achieved the first-class competition shoe that they set out to make. It is excellent at edging, smearing, toe and heel hooking and so if you're looking for those qualities in a bouldering, competition or route climbing shoe then the Anasazi Pro is a great choice. The classic Anasazi will still be available, so rather than a replacement the Pro sits nicely alongside it as its more performance-focussed companion.

Outdoor Gear Lab Gear Review rating 4.2/5

The Anasazi VCS sits among some great company in the competition for the title of best all-around climbing shoe. With only a very marginal difference in price, it really comes down to what fits your foot the best and where you'll be climbing. This shoe would be a better choice for granite, gneiss, gritstone, and sandstone. It would also be a great beginner shoe, offering a comfortable platform that will likely stay ahead of you grade limit for a few seasons.

Make sure these shoes fit well right out of the box, they stretch out very little even when well worn-in.

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