|Base model:||Five Ten Anasazi VCS|
|Use:||All around, Bouldering, Sport|
|Weight:||Men: 272g | Women: 218g|
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-A rock shoe co-developed by professional climber Shauna Coxsey, the Five Ten Anasazi Pro provides a combination of breathable comfort and surefootedness in every send attempt. Its heel region has been redesigned with a bit more tension to give users extra climbing precision.
-It is built with power and sensitivity in mind, giving senders well-rounded performance on a variety of surfaces. Surefootedness in this piece comes from the Stealth C4 outsole—a 5.10 exclusive.
Downturn. The Anasazi Pro is among Five Ten’s selection of moderately downturned climbing shoes. Its toe zone allows climbers to play around with different climbing styles to scale challenging technical routes. It offers extended comfort on multi-pitch climbs.
Applications. This rock shoe from Five Ten is engineered for both sport climbing and bouldering. It is an all-around performer which capacitates owners to take on projects of varying difficulties, whether indoors or outdoors.
The Five Ten Anasazi Pro is a low-top rock climbing shoe, with variants catering to both men and women. It has little in the way of stretch. A personalized and secure fit in it comes by means of the Anasazi Pro’s Velcro closure.
Midsole. Underfoot support is a provision sourced from the Anasazi Pro’s heavy-duty midsole. It has a medium-level stiffness for extra-lasting comfort.
Outsole. The 5.10 Anasazi Pro is armed with a company-owned outsole called Stealth C4 for multi-directional surface grip. This rubberized component has an overall thickness of 4.2 mm. It is designed to mitigate vibration on impact.
The Five Ten Anasazi Pro rock climbing shoe envelops the foot in its below-the-ankle upper made of polyester. It comes without a liner. Its tongue is made of mesh which delivers enhanced breathability on the inside. Five Ten shoemakers reinforced its vital parts (the heel included) with a hard-wearing synthetic rand to grant senders enhanced climbing security and abrasion protection. A good portion of the upper’s front end is furnished with Stealth Mi6—a rubberized patch that provides enhanced toe-hooking grip on smooth surfaces.
Getting in and out of the Anasazi Pro is relatively easy thanks to the climbing shoe’s two heel pull tabs. Also coming in twos are the straps of its closure system. These straps are built with hook-and-loop fasteners, rendering them quite adjustable.
When it comes to rock shoe development, Five Ten is one of the footwear companies that project quality consistently. The Anasazi Pro is a testament to that. That being said, so is the Anasazi VCS—another moderate climbing shoe from the same brand. There is no need to be torn between the two, however, knowing the things that set them apart will greatly help. The list that follows will discuss such differences.
Vegan-free construction. Although both Five Ten kicks in this comparison are both synthetic rock shoes, only the Anasazi VCS is vegan.
Asking price. Between the two 5.10 products, the Anasazi VCS is the less expensive climbing shoe. Yes, it is cheaper than the Anasazi Pro by approximately 5 U.S. dollars.
Upper. Both the Five Ten Anasazi Pro and its competitor have polyester uppers. That being said, only the Anasazi VCS is lined on the inside. In addition, the Anasazi VCS’ upper does not stretch. The featured rock shoe, however, has a sturdy toe patch which its rival lacks.
Weight. In this category, the less encumbering of the two is the Anasazi VCS. Indeed, it is much lighter than the Five Ten Anasazi Pro by about 25 g.
Target audience. The Anasazi Pro climbing shoe is offered in men and women’s versions. The competition, on the other hand, only comes in men’s.