Five Ten Anasazi Lace


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Anasazi Pink

The Five Ten Pink was the favourite shoe of almost everyone, especially if you ever lived in or climbed around Sheffield. After daliances with green (Verde) and white (Blanco) versions 5:10 have decided that pink is the colour that sets climbers worlds alight. So here it is the new Five Ten Anasazi Lace "The Pink" not quite the same as the original - the heal is improved so it is less painful but most peoples heals will fill it properly and the toe shape is ever so slightly changed but our customers seem to be lapping it up just like the original. Oh and did we say - it's pink.

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