Five Ten Anasazi Blanco


RRP: £130.00
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Flat super performance shoe

The Five Ten Anasazi Blanco is the most aggressive shoe in the Anasazi line featuring a high heal tension that performace orientated climbers will appreciate. With a full welded lacing system and thermoplastic midsole the shoe is stiff for extreme edging and remains so for a seriously prolonged part of its life. With a Stealth® C4™ outsole grip, stick and edging capabilities make this a monster performer, enabling climbers to stick to barely-there edges, lock into smears on microscopic nubbins, and cruise technical terrain.

Designed to excel at sport climbing, technical trad climbing and bouldering this shoe certainly has the "edge" over its competitors.

  • Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole (4mm)
  • Lace closure system
  • Lined, synthetic upper
  • Thermoplastic midsole
  • Asymmetric toe box
  • High heel tension


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