Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Mojave
Manufacturer Five Ten
Page By Josh
Page Type Feb 26, 2002 / Feb 26, 2002
Object ID 146
Hits 2989
Low-cut design gives you the flexibility, fit and performance needed for cracks, on sport climbs, bouldering, or in the gym

  • Generous, Stealth(R) C4 rubber rands and soles provide protection for crack moves and grippy hold for working out face problems

  • Asym(R) slingshot heel rand positions the foot forward over the toes for precision on small edges and cracks

  • Leather uppers are canvas-lined for comfort and to minimize shoe stretch

  • To-the-toe lacing and double pull-on loops provide ease of entry and an adjustable fit


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Distel32 - Oct 27, 2002 6:48 pm - Voted 4/5

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I've had these shoes for two months, and have been climbing in a gym 4-5 days a week with them. So far they are doing quite well. Stealth is like gum, and not too stiff. No break in time needed, pretty much mold right to your foot out of the box. The only drawback, the leather will turn your feet orange for quite awhile, but a great shoe if you don't want to spend $140.

bigwally - Jan 23, 2003 3:52 pm - Voted 4/5

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Good beginner-Intermediate shoes. Fine in the gym. A bit lacking on the rock and in the cracks. Built on the same last (mold) as the Anasazi, the Mojave is stiffer and not as responsive. Great quality for the money !! Yes the leather does a funny color to your feet, but this leather holds together very well and is showing itself to be quite abrasion resistant.

Erik Beeler - Oct 19, 2005 12:15 pm - Voted 4/5

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A quality shoe but not a five star build. Expected sticky and pretty durable Five10 rubber. The leather one these shoes will stretch a lot. I bought these shoes almost painfully tight and with in two days of climbing they were very comfortable. Over time they kept stretching and I had to keep lacing tighter and tighter. Finally hit me that I needed new shoes when on a 5.12 a I realized that for the first time ever a pair of shoes were actually holding me back. They had gotten too lose and I had to lace them very tight to get them to not move on my feet while edging.

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