Five Ten Launches its First Gore-Tex Waterproof Flat Pedal Shoe

Aug 18, 2021
by Five Ten  
adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.

Press Release: Five Ten

Five Ten introduces the new Trailcross GTX—The ultimate wet weather riding shoe

The all new Five Ten Trailcross GTX is the first ever flat pedal shoe that features Gore-Tex durably waterproof, breathable technology. Now you can ride in rain, mud, sleet and snow all the while keeping your feet dry.

The ankle-height shoe has a waterproof, breathable upper that renders cold, damp feet to a thing of the past. A flexible, neoprene, hook-and-loop closure ensures that no debris, water or snow sneaks down your ankles, and the Gore-Tex membrane keeps moisture out while preventing sweat build-up on the inside.

A crew of Adidas Five Ten athletes put this shoe through three full years of R&D to make sure it was the best companion available for foul-weather rides. Five Ten pro rider, Darren Berrecloth, helped test the new Trailcross GTX in his home area of Vancouver Island.

adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.

“The Trailcross GTX is by far the best all-around flat pedal shoe I’ve slipped on. Whether I’m riding sloppy trails or hiking through British Columbia's rugged terrain, this shoe keeps me warm and dry. Flat out love it!" - Darren Berrecloth

adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.
adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.
Five Ten Stealth rubber matched with GORE-TEX waterproof technology

The shoe is built on Adidas Five Ten’s award-winning Trailcross platform that is dedicated to the idea that mountain bikers need the best interface with the pedal, plus the capability to traverse by foot, scout new lines or hike the steepest chutes. When you add in the elements of mud, water and snow, the Trailcross GTX was born.

“We built the Trailcross GTX from the ground up, starting with Five Ten’s iconic dotted outsole for flat pedal performance on the bike. We refined the design with hiking in mind, with the addition of a more traditional hiking-specific tread on the toe and heel, and sufficient toe lift to accommodate a walking gait. All the shoes in the Trailcross family are designed to take you from the bike to trail to home with pedal power and hiking performance. We listened to the riders need for a waterproof flat pedal shoe and the GTX was our answer” – Luke Hontz – Senior Product Manager Five Ten

adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.

The Trailcross GTX is the ultimate all-weather shoe, made possible with a protective waterproof, breathable upper featuring Gore-Tex award-winning technology. The Trailcross GTX features a reinforced upper for added stability, while the neoprene ankle cuff and hook and loop closure keep moisture and debris out during the most extreme conditions. The shoe is designed for all-day comfort, no matter if you are splashing through puddles, crossing spring snowmelt, or pedaling through a summer hailstorm.

adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.

“The team here at Gore-Tex footwear are excited to see the launch of the Five Ten Gore-Tex mountain bike shoe. The weather is no longer an excuse not to ride. The Trailcross GTX collaboration embodies our philosophy at Gore-Tex ! It is made to ride further, Together. Now you can really enjoy the elements!” – Hannu Haslach – Gore-Tex Strategic Account Marketeer

Click through to the image gallery to see the full 360 shoe profile

Underfoot is a midsole with the necessary stiffness for pedal power and stability, with mapped flex points for heel-to-toe hiking comfort. The sole is Five Ten’s award-winning Stealth Phantom rubber that is designed to provide just the right amount of pedal grip, plus the necessary traction to hike/bike in wet and slimy conditions. The shoe has a molded, full-wrap RPU toe treatment for additional protection on the medial and lateral sides. To top it off, Stealth Phantom is non-marking, so there’s no danger of leaving rubber on the rock or on the floor of your local coffee shop.

adidas Five Ten launch the Trailcross GTX - First ever flat pedal GORE-TEX Shoe.

The Trailcross GTX is the fourth shoe in the Trailcross range from adidas Five Ten. Prepare for the unknown and explore the full Trailcross range


152 Comments

  • 102 3
 Wait till Adidas buys the goretex brand and the uppers only last 2 months as well
  • 13 0
 The straps on my five ten's are pulling out of the seams after about 15-20 rides
  • 20 9
 Five tens were pretty poor in terms of longevity well before adidas bought them. Gore tex in shoes doesn't last all that long anyway, according to the hikers and mountaineers.
  • 26 2
 @Ttimer: Very much depends on the shoe and how the manufacturer has incorporated the goretex. Goretex is just a membrane, it's only as good as the product it's in.
  • 11 0
 Still no lace cover??? Lots of of swear words..................
  • 11 1
 At this point, you should just buy some Wellingtons and glue some stealth rubber on the bottom. I've invested in a pair of Sealskinz. Bizarre, but they work.
  • 4 1
 @Ttimer: I had a pair of Gore-Tex Vasque hiking shoes that lasted me 9 years. 4 sets of laces and 1 pair of shoes.

Water-proof to their end.
  • 4 2
 Goretex footwear has its place. Hiking boots Tactical boots Not bike shoes. Bike shoes need to be protective and functional. The best thing for cyclists is Sealskinz socks. Buy 2-3 pairs of calf length merino ones. Dry feet every time and no ankle seepage when you hit a puddle!
  • 7 0
 @Ttimer: I have had a pair of 5.10's since September 2016 and they are in great shape and remain my go-to riding shoe. Perhaps quality has decreased since Adidas purchased the brand though.
  • 1 2
 @ilovedust: that's what I was thinking...doesn't anyone wear neoprene booties over their shoes?
Problem. Solved.
  • 10 1
 For hopefully the last time, Adidas has owned 5.10 for a decade. They bought 5.10 in Nov of ‘11. Please don’t act like adidas tinkled in your milk last night and now your Cheerios suck.
  • 1 1
 I got a pair of leather freeriders, the winter ones, last spring and they still look new. I got some Adidas Terrex Skychaser GTX trail shoes in autumn and they are fucked. The sole is cracking across the ball of the foot, despite the tread being less than half done. The mesh across the toe box is cracked at both sides of both shoes. Terrible quality. I'm going to get leather walking shoes next time. Skin is better than fabric.
  • 5 4
 I refuse to purchase anything that is/has Gore-Tex. Susan Gore is a major right-wing donor, and their products features PFAS which are a major environmental concern.

This is in opposition to what 5.10/Adidas was doing with their recycled ocean plastic Freeriders…
  • 1 0
 @Ttimer: I've had the same pair of impacts for almost 10 years. They're not my every day shoe anymore, but they were for the first 5 or 6 years. Couple of holes where they crease and a bit of superglue round the toe box, still got some life in them.
  • 1 0
 @Lemmyschild: only babies wesr booties
  • 1 0
 @fielonator: really bro? You undercut yourself looking clever when you can't spell shit.
  • 1 0
 @Lemmyschild: thanks bro
  • 46 0
 The fact they didn't even list the price scares me.
  • 2 1
 £150 not sure what that is in Canada?
  • 14 10
 Whats so wrong with being wet?????? As humans we should be able to get wet for 3 hours. Cmon!!
  • 2 0
 @aljoburr: Not sure where you even find them in Canada, the official Adidas to page only ever shows freeriders
  • 3 1
 @lastminutetech: Getting wet can be fine, but can also be life threatening
Makes a difference on multi day trips for sure, but waterproof socks is better solution?
  • 29 0
 @lastminutetech: wet feet is one thing, wet feet when it's near or below freezing is altogether different.
  • 12 2
 @lastminutetech: that's what she said



sorry, couldn't resist
  • 4 1
 @lastminutetech: is that the name of your sex tape...
  • 1 4
 @Hellchops: meh its fine. Ride, go home, order a pizza, watch a game, life is good.
  • 31 0
 It’s Gore Tex Jerry!
  • 4 0
 I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks of this when someone mentions Gore Tex.
  • 1 0
 Brilliant
  • 3 0
 Seinfeld and Arrested Development references will never get old.
  • 23 5
 And still o lace cover or boa. These are as technologically advanced as some spaceships and we don’t get those features because why, flat pedal?
  • 9 1
 Only clipless riders get the really cool stuff.
  • 2 1
 Some manufacturers have been doing flat pedals with Boa and mid-top with waterproof membranes for a few years now but you won't see it here gotta search a bit for it.
  • 5 0
 @Balgaroth: I’ve been branching out a bit with my flat pedal shoes recently, but I always miss the stealth rubber.
  • 2 0
 I don't get it. After wet, cold, winter rides I can never undo the wet and muddy (and sometimes frozen) double knot - why does this never get solved?!
  • 1 0
 @sourmix: I got these Endura overshoes for the wet conditions. Not sure whether it is "cats and dogs" level protection but it is good enough for me. Allows me to use my regular shoes all year long and in when you're using these, there is no need for a double knot (hence no need to undo it after the ride).
  • 1 0
 @Lemmyschild: Please show me a good gore tex gravity oriented clip shoe.
  • 10 2
 @sourmix: 'cos shoe-makers know that flat-pedal riders skew toward the tight-arse end of the mtb shoe-buying population. People with fancy cleats and so on will pay for fancy fastenings. I certainly know that idgaf about any of that. Give me the cheapest shoes, with the best grip that I can get. Evertything else is frills.
  • 2 0
 @Balgaroth: we want names!
  • 1 2
 @erikkellison: german brand, sustainability pioneer and starts with a V. Google is your friend.
  • 2 1
 @jomacba: oh jeez, lighten up Francis.
  • 2 0
 @Lemmyschild: That was a legitimate question...
  • 3 0
 @Balgaroth: Vaude?
  • 1 0
 @jomacba: sorry. I dunno, i was just making a joke.
  • 1 0
 @Lemmyschild: lol, why Francis?
  • 1 0
 @jomacba: its a semi(obviously) well known line from Stripes that has been turned into a gif for internet wiseasses....as you can see.
  • 1 0
 @Lemmyschild: Ahh, fair enough. I haven't had time to watch TV in quite some time to be honest. I miss TV alot.
  • 1 0
 @vinay: Vaude Moab STX
  • 17 2
 In my experience using socks with a waterproof membrane such as Sealskinz is more effective for keeping dry warm toes in wet weather or winter than goretex shoes.
  • 1 0
 Definitely agree
  • 2 2
 Yeah - until your wife put them in the tumbledryer and kills them!
  • 2 1
 Absolutely agree - I wear the long version as it minimises water ingress as well.
Also 5:10 have made a waterproof goretex lined shoe for years - the guide tennie gtx trail boot which has the stealth sole and works well on flat pedals despite not looking like a chunky skate shoe - perfect for damp muddy days rather than full on wet sealskinz type days
  • 9 0
 @green-bastard: I've been putting mine in the dryer is this wrong and also am I your wife
  • 1 1
 Combination of high top goretex shoes, waterproof socks and waterproof trousers long enough to sit over the top of the shoes is the ultimate combination that will keep feet warm and dry on all day epic winter rides.
  • 1 1
 @bigtim: and then you have stuff like Dirtlej waterproof onezie with short sleeves and legs ... #facepalm
  • 1 1
 Another in agreement here. Make sure the waterproof socks fit over the calf and it's the best system. I actually go up 1/2 shoe size in winter to accommodate wool socks and waterproof socks. Sealskins brand and Showers Pass both make great waterproof socks. PNW cold wet rain and sloppy snow proven AND better for many reasons than a waterproof shoe. Sorry 510, you don't know rain.
  • 11 0
 The trail cross's look awesome, definitely intend to try some when my current shoes bikes the dust. As great as the skate show styles ones are, they're clunkly as hell. Purpose built mtb flat shoes like this are the way to go.
  • 5 0
 I've been using the Trailcross LT this year moving from the freeride pro and so far I'm pretty satisfied with the fit.
  • 3 0
 Fit is nice but I feel the LT I’ve been using needs a stiffer sole…I am use the running Sam Hill shoes past ten yrs so it is a direct comparison between just those 2. The LT is good if the ride has a lot of hiking but feet get worked on long rides
  • 1 0
 @artistformlyknowasdan: I agree about the stiffness, but I think it is by design for its intended use. Would love to see similar shoe design with riding design in mind rather than bikepacking tho
  • 1 0
 @artistformlyknowasdan: I’d agree. I have the low cut version works great on the trail. In the bike park, they have too much feel hitting jumps all day = tired feet.
  • 1 0
 @artistformlyknowasdan: after a year on them mine have definitely softened. They're good for my local rides but maybe undergunned on a big day in Wales or something. Still like them a lot though.
  • 12 1
 For all short lovers , this shoes won't help to keep your feet dry. Unless you use long trousers to cover shoes.
  • 2 1
 I've got Oneal Loam shoes. Pointless. Like you said with shorts water just runs down and fills them up. Even with trousers water gets in.
  • 1 1
 Yeah, water will drip inside from top if you wearing shorts.
  • 2 0
 @Allen82: I have Shimano ones and I did little tlc to them. I used old inner tubes from fat bike and cut two straps which I'm poutting over top of ankle so nothing get inside.
Cons. They are sweaty , even being gore-tex
  • 1 0
 Bontrager waterproof socks. One of the best purchases I've made.
  • 2 1
 @rrolly: No need for gore tex membrane in shoes then .
  • 1 0
 My Fox defend pants fill my shoes with water from the inside. Heavy rain goes in the vent holes and down leg into socks.
  • 7 0
 I ordered mine today Smile
I have the none goretex ones and while the grip and comfort is fantastic, the inner sock is a pain in the backside, glad these ones have a different system.
  • 9 0
 They need to make fireproof shoes for these times.
  • 9 2
 Cool are they going to sell them in Canada or are these going to be like the other ones? I heard there's some bikers in Canada.
  • 4 0
 DC makes a winter edition skate shoe called "Men's Pure Winterized High Top Shoes", I swear by these specific shoes. Mine have lasted me 2 gnarly seasons in all conditions, I'm just about to replace them finally because the inner lining of the shoe is finally starting to tear away, but they are the most comfortable and well insulated, mostly-waterproof shoe I've been able to find for under $100 USD. The soles don't get chewed up from flats too bad and give tons of grip. Good ankle protection. I highly recommend them.
  • 9 2
 Better to just run waterproof socks and breathable shoes
  • 1 6
flag skiandmtbdirtbag (Aug 18, 2021 at 7:07) (Below Threshold)
 One way ticket to trench foot.
  • 1 0
 @skiandmtbdirtbag: dude, how long are you going without changing your socks/shoes???
  • 2 0
 I've got the trail cross mids since spring 2020 somewhat out of curiosity and I was looking for a "mid" sole shoe, these look like the same sole/last however mine are not gore-tex. They are breathable and drain really well I've found. However, the last doesn't fit my foot well at all. I also have Freerider Pros from years ago, closer to when Adidas took over. I went back to my FP for shuttle days this season and then started pedaling in them again, realizing how much my foot moves around in the Trail Cross, unless laced tight as a football, and both shoes are 44.5 / 10.5. I found the TC fit to be much narrower and longer than the FP, my foot is a bit wider in front (ie: topos, alterra, etc. running shoes suit me) with a fairly high arch and the FP fit awesome, I can wear them all day. I also find the sole of the TC to be a bit too soft and flexible for my liking and FWIW the neoprene cuff on the mids doesn't keep much out (outside of winter riding with thick socks) and is a pain to pull the shoe on/off to clear it. I have not found any benefit to the tiny patch of 3DO padding in the cuff, they'd do better to offer some better toe/outside foot protection, rocks never fly up to my ankle but the mesh on the side panels on these is thin. The rubber still grips and they hike well when they're not chaffing in the heel or sliding up into the toe.
  • 2 0
 ...I will continue to wear them for winter riding though. They are nice with a heavy wool sock, maybe the mid-cuff works better at keeping debris out of the shoe for people with sasquatch legs Wink kinda works with a shoe that feels like upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4e/Botas_picudas_mexicanas2009.jpg
  • 2 0
 I have some trail cross LT and I’m not keen, the insoles feel like they move around a lot which makes me shift position on t(he pedals a lot.
I have some Terrex Ax3 Mid GTX though and they are superb, all day comfort and always dry when it’s wet.
Terrex Ax3 Mid GTX
For my feet, the terrex are by far the better shoe, why not put stealth rubber on that instead of continental, cheaper too as it doesn’t have MTB tax.
  • 1 0
 i love the trailcross shoe, but the only downside is when your riding in dusty climates the mesh on the front allows for alot of dirt to get in-between your toes - its probably not going to happen with these as they are waterproof and sealed better
  • 5 3
 All Day I Dream About Shoes that are not on your Canadian website.

If you want to make it up to Canadian pinkers, we’ll leave our shoe size in the comments.

I’m an 11.
  • 1 0
 Fiveten really needs to clarify which market these are available on. Yeah, PB is huge internationally, but they're based in Squamish. Lots of Canadian readership. Why advertise willy-nilly that they're available, when we get very limited options online? Shit, put them up for pre-order even. Real-time inventory isn't useful in this sense, you can't even read about what you'd want to potentially buy. Dumb.
  • 1 0
 Had my pair about 2 weeks now, yet to be properly tested in the scottish rain but so far so good. I will say they get pretty warm/toasty compared to my Freeriders, but then the ankle is enclosed with the upper velcro.

Pretty narrow fit so consider a half size up from your shoe size if you have wide feet. One thing thats missing from these vs the Pro is the D3O ankle protection. Do I think theyre worth £150...remains to be seen. When I use em in proper rain I'll review it. Also the toe box isnt as flexible as the Pro version, sometimes when youre pushing uphill etc it feels like the toe box is creasing if that makes sense.

Overall really like them.
  • 4 3
 Gore Tex and mud don't mix . Unless your goal is a Gore Tex sponge. And while they do hold water. Any that gets inside stays there. Gore Tex socks work and you can clean them so that they continue to work properly. As for any Gore Tex garment and mountain biking if you play in the dirt. Get dirty. Gore Tex fails rather quickly.
  • 2 0
 Just buy Sealskinz socks and you're good for autum and winter with your old shoes. I already have few scratches and even holes in fabric of my Trailcross-shoes, so I would already have lost the benefit from Goretex.
  • 1 0
 Love the idea of these, I really wanted these shoes but they just don't check all the right boxes when it comes to riding functionality. They'd be great for XC or trailbuilding days though.

How can you have a riding shoe that is really flexible and doesn't have any toe protection? I wouldn't feel confident riding aggressively downhill in these.
  • 2 1
 @FiveTen your Mtn biking shoes line is weak! They look wack!!! Since when does GoreTex seem like a good idea to put in a shoe that will get muddy??? How about putting a lace cover to keep mud and water out…you guys use to be dope but now your brand might as well focus on gravel riding. Bring back the Karver!!!
  • 1 0
 Been thrashing some freerider EPS mids (now discontinued) in New England wet weather and they’ve been amazing. I’ll be giving these a shot, would’ve preferred an EPS Mid remake over them though but I’ve placed the order so we’ll see.
  • 1 0
 thinking of buying this shoe is the sole very stiff like a hiking boot and it the ankle protection good as I would like to start munroe bagging and wonderd if I could wear these shoes for hiking after using a MTB for access to more remote mountains. Or are they the worst of both worlds.
  • 1 0
 Geez those are ugly shoes. I'm not sure I'd consider these even if they offered a clipless version. My 5.10 hellcat pros are way prettier (yes I wish they were waterproof and yes I wish they had a better lace cover, but still way better otherwise).
  • 1 0
 They look great - arrived today. Can't see what people are complaining about. Feel very comfortable and nice and snug around the ankle. Toe also seems to provide ample protection. Soles are nice and thick. Got a slightly larger size so can use with thicker socks like Shower Pass. With 7 Mesh Revo shorts and Endura MT500 jacket, looking forward to this hot smokey summer being out of the way and can start riding in the fresh rain again.
  • 4 0
 About time...They were supposed to come out last year iirc.
  • 1 0
 Yeah i was wondering why wasn't on the sale
  • 4 0
 Just get Moab mid-STX and be done, support another company from your country which has way better ethics than Adidas.
  • 2 0
 @Balgaroth: this.
I still don't get why pretty much every waterproof flat pedal shoe discussion ignores that those exist
  • 1 1
 First eh? What about the Guide Tennie Mid GTX they discontinued a few years ago. Not too dissimilar. Yeah, those were not marketed as dedicated mtb shoes but they work great. You just have to reattach the sole every now and then.
The new front and heel tread looks nice though.
  • 2 0
 I know a lot of you like to complain about full-face helmets being hot… If you’re one of those guys, don’t buy these shoes.Gor-Tex is hot as hell.
  • 1 0
 Looks to be $210 for the "gore-tex" version and $170 for the existing "non gore-tex" version

www.sportsshoes.com/product/fiv235/five-ten-trailcross-gore~tex-mountain-bike-shoes-~-aw21
  • 3 0
 If you are looking for 5/10 have a look at www.unparallelsports.com/product-category/mountain-biking
  • 1 0
 I really love 5.10s while they last, but the durability is a joke. I also have a pair of Specialized 2FO and the quality of 5.10 is just embarrassing compared to them. Shame on who ever ruined a once glorious producer.
  • 1 1
 For any situation where you cannot stop water entering the shoe through the hole for the foot goretex is a waste of time. IN these circumstances you want a shoe that lets water out not holds it in. Goretex is fine for about 5 minutes but once it gets dirty the breathability disappears and its pointless. Its why jungle boots arent made out of goretex. Waterproof socks solved this issue years ago.
  • 2 0
 Great. Adidas discontinues the durable, leather 510 Elements, so it can come back with a flimsy, mesh membrane-based waterproof shoe and charge two times as much.
  • 1 0
 "Durable" is not the word I would use to describe Elements. The uppers were fine, but I wore through the soles in 6 months.
My Trailcross mids are lasting a lot better.
  • 1 0
 these look so thin, I like a little more protection from rocks. Lace covers would be good. These look like they won't last a season. Sad direction for 5.10 the old sam hills were awesome. Done with that brand
  • 1 0
 Give me back my old school "freeride high" and those low shoes with that big velcro against the rain.

Moreover, if it is five ten just write five ten not Adidas. Otherwise call it Adidas and stop playing nostalgia
  • 1 0
 I've ordered mine, I already have a pair of Trailcross XT and find the shape of the shoe better than the freerider for me.
I cant believe there is only one flat pedal waterproof shoe on the market (that I've found)
  • 3 0
 Might be my new winter fat bike shoe.
  • 2 3
 They are on the UK Adidas site and in UK shops. Pinkbike are a little slow off the mark with these. I've had mine a week or so and others have had there's a couple of weeks.

I've taken some images of the Gore-tex ones next to my Trailcross Mids. You can find them on my site here -

www.unsponsored.co.uk/press/adidas-five-ten-trailcross-gore-tex-first-look
  • 1 0
 Nice option for wet riding. I have an old pair of waterproof merrells for fat biking. No more excuses to not get out and ride in the winter.
  • 1 0
 “The weather is no longer an excuse not to ride.”

As if shoe covers, waterproof socks, bread bags and waterproofing treatments haven’t existed for decades.
  • 1 0
 FWIW I've got the trailcross LTs and love them. This could be a good winter alternative to the freerider pros. Thoughts?
  • 3 1
 510 shoes that don't look like orthopedic shoes?
  • 2 0
 At first, I thought they were Gore-Proof. I'd buy one
  • 2 0
 If they are Gore proof, does that make them Man Bear Pig compatible?
  • 2 0
 @schlockinz: they are compatible when you are cereal about riding.
  • 5 2
 Nice basketball shoes!
  • 2 0
 Awesome! Can't wait to buy them in 2025 when they become available!
  • 2 0
 All for the low low cost of $400
  • 2 0
 They don't seem to be on Adidas' website anywhere...
  • 1 0
 Finally real waterproof shoes for flat pedals, it was about time! Come on winter! I'm waiting for you...
  • 1 1
 At least one other company has been doing waterproof flat pedal shoes for years now, alternatives to Adidas exist.
  • 2 0
 @Balgaroth: Which one?
  • 1 1
 @philmtb99: Moab mid stx
  • 2 0
 @Balgaroth: do you actually ride those in the rain? Sympatex is a good water repealent membrane but no more. I read some reviews about the lack of grip too. What's your experience with those?
  • 1 0
 @konamat: Sympatex is more waterproof in lad tests than most membranes offered by Gtx. Additionally that shoe is full leather so if you take good care of it with some Nikwax or equivalent the membrane is redundant in most cases.
Grip was average on previous versions with the Vibram rubber but the mew versions with SUP rubber are on par with 5.10 in my opinion. Some other brands like Ion or Suplest use that blend too and I think PB has some reviews about these. Otherwise check Endhuro Bike which had them on test, since you are French you can find some other review, all updated Moab shoes use the same sole/rubber
  • 1 0
 Just what I need, a mountain bike specific shoe that puts the emphasis on hiking? C’mon
  • 1 0
 Honestly the tried and true impacts are better hike / build shoes anyway. These are light, built like running shoes. People don’t “hike” in those.
  • 1 0
 Personally, I am really enjoying my new Rimes. Nice for long rides and steep hills when sometimes you just want to walk, or for backcountry when the hills aren’t always flat enough to pedal up.
  • 2 0
 The link doesn't even show these shoes.
  • 2 0
 20% off at start fitness Smile just got a pair for £120
  • 1 0
 Thought they were £99 on CRC but those are the non-goretex version.
  • 1 0
 Hey @ FiveTen!!! How the hell a I supposed to undo the laces if they aren't Kashima coated??? ARRGGGGGGHHH
  • 1 0
 These actually look awesome, even just to keep the crud from going over the top of your shoe.
  • 1 0
 All of my Five tens' soles peeled off in one season... Switched to RC, so far so great.
  • 1 0
 I have the trailcross nice and they’re so good. The soles are kinda chewed up but they’re still sticky on my flats
  • 1 0
 Narrow toe box, hard pass.
These shoes just don’t get it, nobody wants to have their toes smashed together while riding.
  • 1 0
 As a happy owner and daily user of trailcross LT this is good news.
  • 2 1
 Costco wool socks and your normal riding shoes.
  • 1 0
 Love his pun, “I flat out love it!”.
  • 1 0
 Old bread bags and some good marina wool socks still rock
  • 1 0
 Lace Covers....anybody? How about bring back the Raven?
  • 1 0
 I'd settle for a goretex canvas Freerider.....for $120
  • 1 0
 Thank you Fiveten for doing what I had been waiting for 4 years to see!!!
  • 1 0
 killer tread
  • 1 0
 Good digging shoe?
  • 1 0
 Doubtful. Depending on what terrain you are in, real work boots are best. Maybe riding shoes for buffing out dirt jumps. But mountainous terrain with rocks and roots work boots are best for comfort, function, durability and safety. And they do work ok with flat pedals.
  • 1 2
 nah, that shoe's not waterproof
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