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Five Ten Stealth DLX shoes

Drawing inspiration from classic 1980s Adidas trainers like Gazelles and Sambas, these Five Ten Stealth DLX shoes are a new model straddling the boundaries between dedicated bike shoes and ‘hanging…

Score 9

Five Ten TrailCross XT

The Five Ten Trailcross XT is a fairly lightweight shoe in their range with styling that has a hint of trail running/hiking boot to it.

Score 9

Five Ten Hellcat Pro

The Five Ten Hellcat Pro clip-in shoe is a slightly sleeker version of the regular Hellcat shoe, with more mesh material in the bonded upper.

Score 8

Five Ten Trail Cross LT shoe

The new Five Ten Trail Cross flat pedal shoe is available in the (LT) low version here and a more protective (Mid) ankle boot.

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As the name suggests, the Five Ten Freerider Pro is a beefed-up version of the standard Freerider. These ‘Pro’ features adds to the price.

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five ten impact pro

This new Five Ten Impact Pro incorporates Five Ten’s latest improvements for weight saving, improved drying times and maximum toughness.

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five ten freerider elements

The Five Ten Freerider Elements is a water-resistant version of the standard Freerider. No mesh panels and it’s treated with a DWR coating to repel water.

Score 10

five ten freerider contact

The Five Ten Freerider Contact is a version of the Freerider VXi. Smooth rubber section across the middle of the sole now extends further for improved grip.

five ten freerider eps

The Five Ten Freerider EPS High is a winter-friendly ankle boot packed with PrimaLoft insulation. The best winter flat pedal trail shoe you can buy.

Score 9

Aussie DH champ Sam Hill has helped update the classic Five Ten Impact Low into this signature model, which, by using several new materials gets improved comfort and drying speed.

Score 9

The Five Ten Freerider Contact is a new version of the company’s Freerider VXi. The big change is that the smooth rubber section across the middle of the sole now…

Score 10