Five Ten Guide Tennie Men's Climbing Approach Shoe
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Five Ten invented the approach shoes category over 30 years ago with the original Five Tennie. With the aid of 30 years of research and development, athlete feedback and ongoing shoe engineering, the Five Tennie has been reborn; with the Five Ten Guide Tennie you can be sure you're getting the most advanced approach shoe available. The ergomomic last has an athletic-fitting heel, natural toe, and form-fitting shape for walking comfort and climbing power.
The Guide Tennies' hand-ground beveled climbing toe delivers precision edging power and the Dotty™ tread Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole guarantees unrivaled traction on rock. An ergonomic last design, mesh lining and compression molded midsole make the Guide Tennie comfortable when hiking long miles or engaging in scrambling and technical climbing, while the Nubuck leather upper ensures breathability and water-resistance.
- Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole
- Hand-ground beveled climbing toe
- Ergonomic last design
- Nubuck leather upper
- Mesh lining
- Compression molded EVA midsole
- Lace closure system
Allows climbers to stick to barely-there edges, lock into smears on micro nubbins, and cruise technical terrain. It’s hardness transfers the power to the bike & delivers a catch-free interface for clipless riders.
Five Ten Guide Tennie Men's Sizing Chart
Outdoor Gear Lab Editor's Choice Award
"The Five Ten Guide Tennie wins our Editors' Choice award as the best go-anywhere and do-everything approach shoe. This product basically started the approach shoe category 30 years ago, and the small changes over the years have refined its all around performance and shaved off a little weight. The Stealth C4 sole smears better than any other on all types of rock, and the edging ability is top notch as well. We road-tripped all around California and Nevada this winter, and if we could only have one approach shoe for all the diverse climbing areas, it is the Guide Tennie."
Outdoor Gear Lab, 2015