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Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe
  • Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoe



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Bouldering or sport routes, the Five Ten Crawe Climbing Shoes support technical climbing with moderate downturn and medium stiff midsole. The semi-aggressive foot position balances power and comfort.

  • Concave toebox
  • Hook-and-loop closure
  • Snug, sock-like feel
  • Medium-stiff midsole

Retail price

US$ 190.00

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Weight unknown
Closure Type Slipper 1 Velcro closure
Gender Unisex
Volume ­
Sizing Information US sizes : 3.5-13.5
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Best Use (Highest Performance) Sport / Face
Asymmetry Moderate
Tongue Details not provided by the brand
Last Details Shape: Arched (technical)
Construction: not provided by the brand
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Upper Material not provided by the brand  Synthetic microfibre
Midsole Material not provided by the brand
Sole Material not provided by the brand  Stealth® HF
Rand: not provided by the brand
Footbed Lining not provided by the brand
STEALTH HF™ Technology


Many modern rock climbs and boulder problems involve over-hanging rock. We designed HF™ rubber to enable climbers to pull in with their feet. HF™ is super sticky and conforms to the smallest edges and crystals.

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Climbing Shoe Review logo no rating given just a review

The first thing that caught my attention about the Crawe is its design. I know we are told not to judge a book by its cover – but when the cover looks this good – it’s hard not to. I’m sure we can all agree that the orange highlights on the all-black uppers looks absolutely awesome.

Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

In the end, like most all-arounders, the Crawe is basically an intermediate shoe. Designed for bouldering and sport climbing, its most devoted wearers will be primarily gym climbers who want a shoe that can perform equally well on sub-vertical volumes, steep board climbs, and those end-of-day romps up the autobelays. For more specialized climbers, or climbers who care to invest in a quiver of shoes, the Crawe can play a solid role as a training shoe, but it is unlikely to be your go-to. As my fellow tester put it, “For modern gym climbing, they’ll be quite nice on all but the steepest things. And I think they’re going to serve me well on my mileage days in the gym. But I wouldn’t buy them if all I did was climb outside.”

Evening Sends Gear Review no rating given just a review

The Five Ten Crawe is very stiff and bulky, it almost feels like you’re wearing a high-performance ski boot when you first put it on. The shoe softens a bit over time, but not by much. If you like soft and sensitive shoes, this probably won’t be a go-to. I would recommend the Five Ten Crawe to intermediate climbers looking to step up their game and dive into more high-performing climbing footwear because it provides a lot of support and performance. More advanced climbers, however, might think this shoe feels a bit clunky.

UK Climbing Gear Review no rating given just a review

At £150 this shoe is right at the upper end of the price scale, but after a lot of use my pair has worn well so far, so I'd say that they represent reasonable value. Where the Crawe really shine is on small edges, and thanks to their comfortable and snug fit they make an excellent pair of shoes for route climbing. They're also well-fitting and precise so they're great for all-round bouldering, although if you're looking to tick your hardest projects there are a couple of niggles that are worth looking out for. The Crawe is the kind of shoe that you can take wherever you go and be confident that they'll perform well - and in my opinion, that's exactly the kind of shoe you want.

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