Five Ten Releases Trailcross XT Flat Pedal Shoes - Across the Pond Beaver

Sep 7, 2020
by Ed Spratt  
Five Ten Trailcross XT

Five Ten have launched the latest addition to their Trailcross range with the new XT flat pedal shoe.

Just like the already released LT and Mid Pro Trailcross shoes, the XT takes inspiration and technology from the Adidas Terrex trail running shoes, but it still features the Stealth sole and tread of Five Ten's more traditional shoes.

bigquotesFirst and foremost the Trailcross XT, like its siblings, is a Five Ten flat pedal shoe, which means it has to deliver the same riding performance that our customers expect. Where the LT is a primarily warm climate shoe, The XT model is designed with all countries and climates in mind. The philosophy of the Trailcross range remains at its core, developed to perform as a Five Ten on the bike whilst introducing the performance of Terrex off the bike. Be it hiking with your bike or being able to use the same shoe hiking all day, you should not have to compromise. The new XT model is the ‘All-Rounder’ in the range. Luke Hontz, Senior Product Manager Five Ten Bike

Five Ten Trailcross XT
Five Ten Trailcross XT


As with the rest of the Trailcross range, the XT is designed to perform well both on and off the bike. With the new model, they have added a closed-off mesh cuff that's designed to keep debris out of the shoe and provide extra support. The new mesh cuff is also part of the changes Five Ten made to create a shoe that is more usable across a range of conditions.


Five Ten Trailcross XT
Five Ten Trailcross XT
The Trailcross XT is available in two different colours




How does the XT compare to the rest of the Trailcross range?
Whereas the LT is more of a dry weather, lightweight and breathable shoe and the Mid Pro are the beefier, high top and rugged option, the new XT tries to combine the features of both of these models into a flat pedal shoe that is less focused on a specific use.

Five Ten Trailcross XT
LT (Left) XT (Middle) Mid Pro (Right)

Unlike the LT model, the XT features a closed-off mesh cuff, taking inspiration from the Mid Pro although it is shrunk down to a smaller form factor. However, the XT does not take the D30 ankle protection found on the Mid Pro shoes.

Five Ten Trailcross XT

Five Ten Trailcross XT
XT
Five Ten Trailcross XT
LT
Another noticeable change is the front of the shoe where a lot of the thin breathable material on the LT has been thickened with more padding; this should make it slightly more bearable for longer riders in colder or wetter conditions.

Five Ten Trailcross XT
The tongue on the XT has also changed from a lightweight breathable material to the same material used on the cuff.

You can find out more here.

Across the Pond Beaver 2020






150 Comments

  • 81 6
 Countdown to that little outsole vent glue separating in... 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.... BOOM!
  • 11 0
 ha... was my very first thought when i saw the side profile...... had too much experience with the dreaded VXi
  • 5 0
 @forkbrayker: unlike VXI, these flex at ball of foot in a ramped sidewall. Unidirectional forefoot articulation, not to be confused with Yeti downtube protection....
  • 7 0
 Been fine on my LT’s since April. Zero issues with the shoe overall.
  • 11 1
 My first pair of 5.10s lasted me 3 seasons. I've gone through 2x pairs of freeriders so far this year, holes in the bottom open up from pedal pins. Seems like the durability has gone way down since Adidas bought them.
  • 2 0
 I’ve got the ones that came out last year and it’s not separated but it is not waterproof so you can’t stand in more than half an inch of water without getting soaking feet

Sizing is massive, old version were perfect for me this version is a size too big

And I feel the pins on the pedals get stuck in the grooves on the sole which makes repositioning hard sometimes

Overall I feel like they tried but didn’t get anyway to wear the actual shoe before releasing it so I’m not very happy and I loved the older version other than it wasn’t waterproof at all
  • 3 0
 @unicornmtb25: Exactly same issue for me. I switched to Leatt this year. Durability is better but not as grippy as 510s
  • 2 0
 @unicornmtb25: Same problem for me...hole big enough my index finger could go through.
  • 1 0
 @unicornmtb25: They haven't changed the design or the molds from the freerider's cupsole. Same way they've always been made. That's what happens when cupsoles wear-out.
  • 4 0
 @unicornmtb25: Maybe you're just riding more/harder?

Sure I've had some issues, but the comment section here is so quick to jump on the Adidas hate...BREAKING NEWS - shit breaks down when you use it!
  • 3 0
 I'm extremely tough on my shoes and my trailcross have been bulletproof. I wear them everyday to work, and when I ride. No issues.
  • 2 0
 @unicornmtb25: I have found the same problem... its the Souls of these shoes that've gone bad...
  • 45 1
 I'll wait for a SLX version.
  • 2 0
 LMFAO
  • 5 0
 Save up for the XTR's.
  • 30 1
 Don't wait for the deore to hit you on the way out.
  • 2 0
 @rrolly: Now THAT’S funny!
  • 18 0
 @wilbersk I’d buy a cold weather high top if they came out with them too! Only problem is they don’t sell these anywhere in Canada for whatever reason. They won’t even let you make a purchase and ship to a Canadian residency from their website. This makes it difficult to try on for sizing if you can come across a pair for sale other places online. I bought a pair of mids from Jenson and followed the measurements exactly as per the Adidas/FiveTen size chart which told me I’d be a 12.5. Turns out they were at least a half size big. I could have even got away with an 11.5 I think.
Just a little info for those of you interested in picking these up outside the UK/USA.
  • 6 0
 Re: a cold weather version, they announced a Trailcross GTX Mid that was supposed to start shipping in August. Not sure what the status is, or why it wan't mentioned here.

EDIT: found the reference, it was in Pinkbike's Eurobike randoms from a year ago www.pinkbike.com/news/randoms-round-three-eurobike-2019.html
  • 15 0
 @thechad13: they sell long sleeve shirts down here in Texas year round.

Pretty sure the purchasing managers have no clue what we need in any geo.

Hotter than ever in history. Lets only sell black jersey's. Im about 70/30 we (I?) do live in a simulation and this is to See whats psychologically tolerable.
  • 1 0
 Same here, came in way too big so sent back and got a half size down. Got the lowtop version and they are nice and light (useable) for all day riding.
  • 4 0
 @Inertiaman: I believe the GTX version to be the one that makes more sense out of the Trailcross range. They supposedly had some manufacturing issues with that version, hence the delay. Source:
www.scotbycycles.co.uk/blogs/products/five-ten-2020
  • 3 0
 I have been using the LT model Since the start of the year. I really like them, but sometimes I get grit creeping into the shoe which the new cuff should help keep out. But they have been a really good summer shoe with being breathable And drying fast after creek crossings, which I could never say about 5-10 flats before.
  • 2 0
 They used to have the freeride eps. But now they just have trash hahaha Everytime I see a fiveten add it makes me want to buy more Riders Concepts gear.
  • 2 0
 I always find to european sizing to be most accurate. Bought 2 pairs of shoes from specialized, 6 years apart, both size 10. The older shoe was an EU42 I believe and the new shoe was EU43
  • 1 2
 Yea they do run a full size small just about. I usually wear a 13 and was told to order a 12. They’re snug but they feel perfect.
  • 2 0
 I bought a pair of the low tops at my local bike shop.
  • 2 0
 @whambat: same issue - resorted to using light gaiters when in really loose stuff or desert hike n bike.
  • 2 0
 That’s strange their sizing has been bang on for me. I’m a size 12 and theirs fit perfect.
  • 3 0
 i've said it before and i'll say it again. we barely register on the global bike sales market. that's why our availability and distribution is shit. we may have the best mtbing in the world, but that doesn't count.
  • 1 0
 "Only problem is they don’t sell these anywhere in Canada for whatever reason."

What are you talking about? Live to Play Sports (Norco) is the distributor in Canada, so you can order these from basically any bike store. I've had some of the Trailcross Mid Pros for ages. Or are you talking specifically about the GTX version?
  • 1 0
 We need the GTX in such a bad way. Freerider EPS is the closest there is, and it’s a duff magnet in high top version (needs an ankle sleeve). Why, WHY doesn’t anyone make a proper waterproof/winter flat pedal shoe. WHY?????
  • 1 0
 @JustinVP: Vaide Moab Mid STX
  • 1 0
 @wilbersk: i bought impacts in a size 12.5 and just keep reglue the sole.
Only 12.5 I have found. Heavy and hot in summer though.
  • 1 0
 @ScandiumRider: I contacted John Henry (Norco Vancouver) and they didn’t have any or know if they’d be available.
  • 1 0
 Talking about winter shoes, the GTX looks good for cold and dry days, but I can't image they would keep my feet dry (and thereby warm) on a rainy or snowy day (it's rarely dry here in the winter).

I'm really missing a possiblity to buy something like a flat pedal version of the Shimano MW5, see the shoes on their website underneath. Or does anyone know some? I don't even care which brand, just want to keep my feet warm and dry in the winter without those annoying shoe covers on flat pedals.

bike.shimano.com/en-EU/product/apparel-accessories/shimano-series-lsg-2020/SH-MW501.html
  • 39 22
 Am I the only one that doesn’t like these? Fugly
  • 5 8
 I agree with you fugly and bad quality
  • 1 2
 Yep, look good for a running shoe¿
  • 11 3
 @nojzilla: Look good for standing outside your local Co-op with your hood up, hands shoved down the front of your pants, periodically spitting on the floor.
  • 2 1
 @dglobulator: :'D TRUTH! if only the chavies could afford em!
  • 3 0
 @dglobulator: yep that's exactly what they look like, with handbag for food over one shoulder. All from footlocker or sports direct. Oh my daze
  • 1 0
 They make perfect sense. Skate style shoes are overly big and heavy. I know they work well for DH/Freeride as they offer more protection, but for more XC-like riding I would definitely prefer these over bulky warm shoes.
  • 31 21
 Five Ten went down the drain when they sold out to Addidas. They used to be so great supporting roots level racing and keeping the small guy in mind. Now there just another division of addidas looking to sell me some cheap imported trash for way to much money!! These shoes are a prime example of how they have changed for the worse. These look like basketball shoes. Boooooo Fiveten you are not who you used to be!
  • 30 4
 I like that these look different. Most flat bike shoes look like old man shoes.
  • 10 1
 And not to mention, after Addidas bought them out they immediately stopped selling their stealth rubber to cobblers so -- in the infrequent event -- the soles wear out before anything else, you have to buy a new pair instead of getting them re-soled. Adidas obviously prefers profits over reducing waste.
  • 1 0
 @herbertmarcusavich: I had an old pair resoled with Vibram rubber and it's quite good.
  • 2 0
 @herbertmarcusavich: Hell, you can even get Vibram rubber in the same dot pattern, as seen here: www.altrarunning.com/shop/mens-sale/mens-grafton-alm1965f#hero=1
  • 4 0
 Old 5tens lasted me well over a year. Since Adidas the insides were out an midsoles blew out in a couple months
  • 3 0
 @herbertmarcusavich: Infrequent???? The soles go a long time before the uppers, on the Freeriders in my experience anyway. Pedals just chew right through them. I only weigh 145 Lbs and have thrown 3 decent pairs of said shoes in the bin as the sole was goosed and the top had years left.
  • 1 0
 @dglobulator: You should have taken them to a cobbler and had them resoled. Here in the US, it costs me about 50 bucks.
  • 1 0
 @pmhobson: resoled with what? You can't get the Five ten rubber and nothing sticks like Five ten rubber! It just doesn't last long enough.
  • 2 1
 @dglobulator: Vibram rubber is really damn good.
  • 1 0
 @pmhobson: My cobbler suggested that but said it was not as grippy. How does the grip compare to the 5.10 stealth rubber?
  • 1 0
 @herbertmarcusavich: I'm happy with it. it's probably not 100% as a sticky, but it hasn't given me any issues and it is lasting much longer than the Stealth did.
  • 9 0
 Used the older version of Adidas Terrex Trail SL for a few years and they were by far the best trainers you could get...especially in all black. Best rubber, with much better foot protection and "water-proofing" than regular 5/10s. Since these became so hard to get in the UK I was forced to go to 5/10's. I like the new model but those strange "ridges" or cuts on the side are unnecessary and just look like the weak point that will either catch something on the trail or gets unglued...really bad call from the designer imo.
  • 3 0
 same, loved my pair of those shoes as well. Got a set of Freerider Pro's that just don't fit me quite as well. And tried on the Trailcross LT and it felt like a regular sneaker with stealth rubber on it, not very stiff and supportive like the Terrex Trail SL. Wish I could get a new pair of those, but alas no longer made around here.
  • 5 0
 Bring back the Trail Cross SL. Best Mtb shoe that I have ever owned
  • 3 0
 100% agree.
  • 6 0
 I bought the Mid and Low versions this spring. The circular knobs on these soles are taller than my other 5.10s and grip better. I even rode with one of my Freeriders on one foot and this model on the other foot to compare wearing One Up alloys and Chromag Daggas. I slipped a pedal w/ the Freerider on the OneUp, but were glued to the Dagga while riding both. However, I really felt locked in at the park while wearing these. Just hope they
last long!
  • 2 0
 I've had a whole summer (a good summer) on the low top's and really like them. Only one river dunking but they have held up fine so far. I wonder how cold they'll get in the winter.
  • 2 0
 When I say good summer I'm referring purely to the amount of sunshine obviously.
  • 2 0
 How's the sole stiffness on these? I've got a pair of freerider canvas which I find too floppy and had to add a ski footbed for support. My freerider ELCs are perfect for me.
  • 4 0
 @mountainsofsussex: stiffer than I expected. Not quite as stiff as my old Impacts, but way stiffer than my Etnies Crank (those Semenuk skate type shoes). Similar to the ELC's I would guess.
  • 1 0
 what the toe protection like on both of them? i'm liking these but having a stiff toe guard is essential to me as ive smashed my toes on rocks too many times.
  • 2 0
 @arrowheadrush: not that extensive unfortunately
  • 1 0
 @arrowheadrush: yeh, it feels like thickened rubber, not a proper hard box section or anything. I did take a pretty bad crash a month or so ago where one foot was dragged along hard stony ground (amongst other body parts) and the toes were fine.
  • 5 0
 I've got the midtops and have been riding them regularly since about March. I like the breathability and they dry really quickly. I sorta like the neoprene cuff, it keeps a decent amount of stuff out, but when a small pebble or other small debris gets in they're more involved to take off/put on than my old Freerider Pros. I don't really like the fit too much, Adidas should've stuck with the FiveTen lasts I think. Compared to my Freerider Pros, I had to size up a 1/2 size to get the width and even then they feel a bit narrow but long. I find on long pedals (~20+ miles) I start getting bunions/sore in the toe box and on rough descents there can be some fore/aft movement of the foot inside the shoe and you can't really get the lace tension right to address this without causing other issues. I'll still go to my 2 year old Freerider Pros for lift serve DH days over these as they feel like they grip better and my foot doesn't move around as much. As the weather starts to get colder I'll probably run a wool/ski sock for warmth.
  • 12 2
 LACE COVERS PLEASE!
  • 1 0
 I couldn’t agree more. I don’t understand why only 1/75th of flat pedal shoes have lace covers!
  • 1 0
 Agreed!
  • 4 0
 I like the cuff. It should keep dirt out when you have to push some dirt around to shore up a lip. The extra material around the toe also helps keep dirt out. If they make it for a second year I might try it.
  • 2 0
 The cuffs do help
  • 6 1
 before it was Adidas, fiveten had finally learned to stitch the soles on... clearly no longer designed by mountain bikers anymore
  • 4 1
 Right clearly not designed by bikers for bikers!!
  • 5 1
 Yeah fk Adidas.
  • 3 0
 Tried to find these on the addidas website... waste of time. They aren't listed as a biking shoe and searching for them returns no results. You can google straight to the right page but otherwise most of the biking shoes are effectively hidden. Tons of broken links and the navigation takes you in circles, reshuffling the same incomplete list of shoes in slightly different, overlapping categories. Get your shit together Addidas!
  • 1 0
 @dfiler thanks, I thought it was my browser or cookies or something. Adidas seems to care about their bike shoe lines about as much as the local discount sneaker shop, meaning, can't be bothered. Weak implementation and an impediment to sales.
  • 22 18
 "Too ugly for mountain bikers to wear" is virtually impossible to achieve. But maybe, just maybe, Five Ten finally has pulled it off. Sweet jesus they are ghastly.
  • 16 1
 I think these look better than the 5.10 line up...
  • 3 0
 @Staktup: Agreed. The rest of 5.10s shoes look like they came straight from 2004...horrible. This is the first MTB shoe I've seen that looks more like a shoe and less like a lame skate shoe from last decade. That being said I do own 5.10 Freerider Pros as they are great on the bike and only mildly embarrassing to wear.
  • 5 0
 Why can't I find these? The Trailcross shoes haven't been on adidas' website in a while now. i can't figure it out lol.
  • 12 0
 Their website and e commerce efforts are laughably bad. They will show a banner ad that leads to... no shoes available. Product selection is random, haphazard, lack of sizes, mix of old and new product. It doesn’t seem like Adidas cares about the FiveTen brand. I tried to send some feedback to their site bot and it wanted my phone number so they could call me.
  • 4 0
 @twozerosix: glad I'm not the only one who thinks this! Absolutely laughable e-commerce offering and impossible to buy online in Canada.
  • 3 1
 I’ve used 5Tens since they released the first Impacts (and had some Intense shoes way back when) but damn do they make ugly shoes now. I currently have a pair of Freeerider Pros and they just look like skate shoes. The Impacts weren’t pretty but we’re much better looking than these.
  • 1 1
 Impacts look like an old man shoe haha
  • 5 3
 Wow! What an awesome shoe! It would be perfect for- Oh yeah. Nevermind. Five Ten doesn't offer their best options in a size smaller than an 8.5. Seems deliberate since they are the industry's best selling mountain bike shoe. Another round of shoes that exclude an entire demographic.
  • 2 0
 Or large sizes... you would think with all those basketball shoes they could figure out how to make large bike shoes.
  • 2 0
 I bought the XT (far left version) when they were first available on the 5.10 site. While they're not perfect, they are by far my favorite flat pedal shoe that I've tried. (I haven't touched my Freeriders since.) The mesh actually provides good ventilation and is so nice for places like SoCal where it's mostly hot & dry. Your socks and feet will be dustier after a ride but it's a small price to pay for increased cooling on 85+(F) days. As far as sizing, the toebox is a tad wider than Freeriders, but not enough to downsize. For example my feet are a 10e and I wear 11 in 5.10's. On upsized Freeriders the toebox is still just a bit narrow and they're just about perfect on the XTs. What I don't like is the heel lift, meaning they are thicker in the back of the shoe than the front. This doesn't make sense to me for a few reasons. Other things I don't like is there is no system to keep the laces down and not a BOA option. I'm tired of snagging/ripping laces on stuff or having them come undone midway down a long descent.
  • 1 0
 I just tuck my lace bow under the lace crossing close to the toe box. Not as nice as a purpose made holder, but never really had an issue with them coming out and being eaten.
  • 1 0
 @JeremyC: I’ve done that with my freeriders and still had issues. Laces snagging/ripping isn’t constant issue, however, some sort of lace retention or lace cinch system seems like a fairly obvious design improvement when going to the effort to design a new shoe.
  • 1 0
 It’s weird the XT doesn’t have it, but my LTs and my buddy’s Mod Pros both have an elastic loop with a pull that holds the laces.
  • 2 0
 i own these, really comfortable and breathable shoes but the only complaint is that since i ride in dusty trails in Utah your toes are covered in dust after a ride, dust seeps through the vent holes. still really great flat shoe tho
  • 5 0
 No doubt a narrow fit like all the current line. Bring back the VXi !!
  • 2 0
 Yes! I have to keep wearing my 3.5 years old VXi impact clipless due to there being no wide options available nowadays.
  • 2 0
 Shimano is offering the ME7 in a wide this year. So that's pretty much the only clipless option. For flats, there's nothing out there like the VXi. I scooped up a couple spare pairs when they were discontinued.
  • 3 0
 A waterproot Vxi with a decent sole would be a game changer for me
  • 1 0
 I used 44.5 on columbias for a long time and this shoe doesn't fit me on 45 1/3 its long and narrow, i need 46 or maybe 46 2/3 to fit but it will be too long
  • 2 0
 Got a 2 y.o. pair of Freerider Canvas that are still going strong, and got another in the cut. Only a matter of time before pre-adidas 5.10s are gonna start showing up on StockX
  • 1 0
 I’ve been riding the mid pro’s since I got them in early spring. I’ve had free riders and giro chamber 2 for years. The mid pros have been awesome for me. Light, grippy and keep dust and muck out. I played soccer (gk) for decades and like the adidas fit, so these new 510’s work for me. The LT’s and XT’s look good too. Surprisingly the soles have held up well after months of riding vp and one up flats.
  • 1 0
 I have the low top version and the only issue I have with them is the rubber is sticky and picks up everything and the cuf of the shoe is so open that everything lands inside the shoe. They are constantly full of pebbles. To make it worse the insole has little holes that gather pebbles, so even if you don't walk in any dirt you still end up with uncomfortable dirt in your shoe.
  • 1 0
 I have a pair. Very comfortable but definitely for Dry and warm theater. Not much of a hiking shoe....but it almost seems like it floats on your feet. I have done some long rides with them on and they were very good fo that. The Toe box is pretty strong too. Overall I am happy I got them. Will they last? I give them a year as all other 5-10's I had....
  • 1 0
 Sounds like they could sell a lot of mid Gtx versions for people riding in cold weather... They just need to make the damn things now. I've ordered some LT's to wear with sealskin socks and got a giro switchblade on order just 'cause I want warm ears. Nice to have good gear in the winter to keep riding in relative comfort
  • 2 0
 Had a pair and the sole delaminated. They were comfortable and grippy. They have zero inventory so they are refunding me and I have to find them elsewhere.
  • 2 0
 The Mid version has been great for me this season! I even tried to stash a 2nd pair, & but could not find any inventory! I’m in for GTX version if it launches.
  • 1 1
 got to agree the outer sole will be destroyed quickly on these trailcrosses.

i want my old sh-mx80 shimanos again with 5 ten stealth sole, both flat and clipless version, please make a addida/5-ten pro version like these old shimanos, these shoes were great performers and seemed indestructible.

pp.userapi.com/c628821/v628821669/129/o9EY1jze3qU.jpg

www.x-bikers.ru/board/show_topic.php?id=194436
  • 3 1
 More garbage from Adidas. New 5.10 =/= old 5.10, not even close. The corporate cost cutting and clueless design is in full effect now.
  • 3 0
 These shoes don’t actually exist. They can’t be purchased by a mountain bike ride looming to purchase shoes.
  • 2 0
 Nice. I hope they make a more cold weather friendly mid pro next. I love mine they’re perfect for spring through fall
  • 2 0
 would love to see this cuff added to a DH clip shoe. Especially for winter riding.
  • 1 0
 Check out the Sidi Dimaro (yes that Sidi). Just copped a pair for myself and so far they're fantastic. Super comfy, good sole rubber, real laces, cover flap, ankle gaitor thingy. Stoked on em.
  • 2 0
 @Trudeez: Damn, those look promising! Tha ks for the advice!!
  • 3 1
 Admittedly still better than most but their rubber just doesn’t stick like it used to.
  • 1 0
 I hope they fixed the cut of the ankle on these. Had a pair of the Trail LT lies and they were unrideable with the ankle cut so high.
  • 2 0
 Not bad. I like these ones, but they don't sell them in Canada. Shit, I can't even find them, sorry.
  • 1 0
 arent mtb shoes flat for a reason, like because you want to be able to get your heels down? these look like they have a heel to toe drop, which would only make that harder
  • 1 0
 I like the VXi but unfortunately they don’t make them anymore. Anyone had experience of both the theVXi and Trail Cross, wish to share comparison? Thanks.
  • 2 0
 Bring back the 2010 Freerider White Tiger shoe.
  • 2 0
 i had those and they lasted like forever...shame the quality went downhill
  • 2 0
 @funkzander: Your so right they went way down hill!!!
  • 1 0
 @Bikebikebike03: nice pun i know :-)
  • 1 0
 Just got the mid pro's at the weekend and loving them. Already saved my ankle too.
  • 2 1
 These are very narrow, more narrow in the toe box compared to the freerider and freerider pro.
  • 1 0
 they should have left the 510 logo on the tongue alone, adidas already owned the brand anyway
  • 2 0
 Sell these shoes in Canada or get your advertising out of my face
  • 1 3
 These will look great with some white skinny jeans at Fashion Week or in Ibiza. For riding, I’ve long switched to Giro Chamber IIs. Huge step up from the VXIs in quality. Keeping a new pair of their DJ/casual shoe for riding to town/beers/food.

RIP FiveTen, see you in Terrex.
  • 3 1
 Less sexy with Adidas written on Big Grin !
  • 3 1
 Can't wait for the Yeezy version.........
  • 2 0
 Do they have a proper toe-cap protection (like the impact)?
  • 2 0
 lol no
  • 2 0
 Makes your pinky toes, sooooo vulnerable and unprotected....
  • 1 0
 Took a quick glance. Looks like Walmart Quality. Read the comments. Yep.
  • 2 0
 So, they stopped selling the contacts and instead made these? I’m out.
  • 3 1
 Give that sole 5minutes
  • 3 0
 mine are lasting pretty well through this summer so far.
  • 1 0
 I love my Trailcross LTs, but my pedals have torn up the soles in a disappointingly short time. Like half a season and there’s no rubber left where my pins contact at all.
  • 1 0
 Gotta find a pre adidas pair of impact SH (impossible)
  • 1 0
 I got the Lt model and my wide feet didn't fit Big Grin
  • 1 0
 Not quite as stiff as an Impact I assume?
  • 1 0
 They were as stiff as my free riders.
  • 2 0
 Looks like Jordans
  • 1 0
 Is Adidas spelt differently in America?
  • 2 0
 RIP high tops
  • 1 0
 UK only?
  • 1 0
 I got my pair from Amazon...I had to keep checking as I wanted size 12....
  • 1 0
 Not bad.
  • 2 2
 5ten sam hill impacts. Theres no other flat pedal shoe
  • 1 0
 I agree. Solid shoes...indestructible! A little bit of Frankenstein feel to them....but solid ....
  • 1 1
 they look crap be full slip on with next version no doubt

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