Five Ten Hellcat and Freerider Pro - Crankworx Whistler 2016

Aug 20, 2016 at 3:28
by Richard Cunningham  


Five Ten Hellcat Pro: $180

Five Ten, with the assistance of a guy named Greg Minnaar, redesigned its Hellcat Pro clipless-style racing shoe to bring its performance to the next lever, and also to address a few issues that customers had with the previous edition. At first glance, the new Hellcat may appear unchanged, but it is in fact, an entirely new design - one that adheres to the winning formula of its predecessor, while introducing better construction, materials and construction aspects.

Hellcat


Five ten says that Greg Minnaar had a lot of input in the redesign and won his last World Cup on the new Hellcat. Designer Luke Hontz remarked that, in the final stages of production, Minnaar claimed that the Hellcat's cleat slots were two millimeters too far forward and angled one millimeter off-center. Hontz disputed that fact, but placed the shoes on the test lab's optical comparator to measure them against the original drawings. Minnaar was correct and Five Ten spent nearly $50,000 to redo the tooling for the soles.



What's New:

• Co-molded synthetic uppers
• Ventilated toe box and tongue
• Redesigned and reinforced cleat recess
• Tougher C-4 sole material
• Wrap-around toe-box protection
• Stiffer, cycling-specific unidirectional sole design
• Co-molded hook-and-loop retention strap
• Molded and padded insert
• Reduced weight: 12.8oz/363g (US 9 or Euro 43)
• MSRP: $180 USD
• Contact: Five Ten
Hellcat


New lowers: The soles are redesigned to be stiffer in one direction, to counter pedaling force, and at the same time, more flexible in the toe area for walking. An EVA foam shock absorber is inserted between the sole and the foot bed, from the arch to the heel cup, to cushion botched landings and to create a better "stride" for walking. The stealth rubber has been upgraded to Five Ten's C-4 compound - a slightly harder, tougher material that, besides being more durable, does not compress as much. The softer sole of the previous Hellcat allowed the cleat to settle deep into the clip-cavity, which created release issues and in some cases, a lump in the foot bed. C-4 rubber provides the mega tacky grip that Five Ten is famous for without the settling issue. The "Dottie" pattern is retained and a molded plastic liner in the cleat cavity ensures against delamination, and improves entry and exit from the pedals. Five ten says that Shimano cleats are flush with the sole, and Crankbrothers cleats protrude about one millimeter from the surface to optimize both systems.

Hellcat
Tougher C-4 rubber sole and a redesigned cleat recession.


All new uppers: The most visible improvements are in the Hellcat's reinforced uppers. The materials are all synthetic and up front, a tough, wrap-around plastic toe guard extends almost to the mid-sole on both sides of the shoe. Stitching at the toe ensures that the rubber will not peel there. Also in the name of durability, the arch strap, which occasionally tore off at the stitching is now a one-piece extension of a tough layer of engineered fabric on the inside of the shoe. In the rear, the heel cup has been re-formed and the padding there is tougher, so it can withstand more abuse from lazy riders who cram their feet in without unlacing their shoes completely.

Good ventilation: Five Ten increased the ventilation in the top area and switched to a molded and perforated mesh tongue that allows the shoe to breathe much better and to expel water.

Hellcat
Tougher, padded heel cup.
Hellcat
Molded and padded inserts.


New insert: Assuming that many customers would replace their sock liner inserts with more expensive custom orthotics, Five Ten supplied low-quality inserts for a period of time. All that has changed. From this point onwards, they have switched to a molded and padded liner, shaped to give the foot a neutral stance over the pedal. "The Hellcat is a true cycling shoe," says Luke Hontz, "So we didn't want to use an ergonomically biased liner that might destabilize the angle that shoe meets the pedal."




Five Ten Freerider Pro: $150

Fans of the previous Freerider shoe will applaud the news that Five Ten has abandoned the super-sticky, but short-lived soles made from their M-16 rubber compound and returned to the original S-1 rubber. According to Five Ten, M-16 was intended to be a compromise: super sticky soles, at the expense of a short lifespan - very similar to a racing tire. Unfortunately, that concept did not translate well to riders who paid the $150-dollar asking price and expected their Freerider soles to last more than one season of hard use. Beyond the new Five Ten Freerider Pro's more durable soles, is an encore of improvements intended to extend the durability of the full-synthetic uppers, as well, as adding some long-awaited comfort features.

Freeride Pro



What's New:

• Synthetic uppers
• Ventilated toe box and tongue
• Tougher, longer wearing S-1 sole material with full "Dottie" pattern
• Hidden toe-box protection
• Anti abrasion toe and heel
• Molded and padded insert
• Reduced weight: 13.6oz/385g (US 9 or Euro 43)
• MSRP: $150 USD
• Contact: Five Ten / @FiveTen
Freeride Pro
S-1 rubber and a full Dottie tread pattern.


Good ventilation:In summer conditions, the previous Freerider shoes made your feet feel like dogs locked inside a car with the windows up, but Five Ten came to the rescue with a well ventilated toe box and a perforated mesh tongue that allows much of the shoe's upper to breathe.

Big Dots: The bare area in the M-16 sole has been eliminated in favor of a consistent pattern of larger sized "Dotties" that enhance the grip and feel of the S-1 compound soles.

Reinforced toe box: A hidden, wrap-around impact layer protects the toe box. In addition, both the toe and heel are further protected with anti-abrasion layers.

EVA cushion: Shock absorbing EVA foam between the upper and the sole protects the foot from trauma due to hard landings or crashing. The padded heel also improves the walkability of the shoe.

Lighter weight: The latest iterations of the Freerider weigh only 13.6 ounces (385 grams) in a size 9 (43).

Freeride Pro
Heavily cushioned heel cup and anti-abrasion layers.
Freeride Pro
Traditional laces and a molded, breathable-mesh tongue.







140 Comments

  • + 115
 I really need some white mountain shoes.....said nobody ever
  • + 6
 Big spot on!!!!
  • + 15
 You've obviously never been to Europe
  • + 5
 Ok... Let's paint all in black. It's boring but it's "cool".
  • + 11
 @ivankvkharkiv:

"practical"
  • + 5
 @ICAS: Don't know what to say Man... Ok I have an example about "practical" stuff. When I and my wife bought a kitchen with glossy table top on which every mug is very visible my father-in-law said that it is a stupid choice and it will be very difficult in maintaining. As time showed a simple one second wiping it after washing the dishes kips it clean and shiny. So the table top looks awesome and easy in maintaining.
As for the shoes you can wipe it after every ride if you afraid of any stain appearance on it. But I can ride even with stains on my shoes... IMHO
  • + 3
 I'm riding a white pair of 5/10s for years now and they somehow are still white. Off white, but white nonetheless
  • + 0
 White is the new style, everyone knows that!
  • + 2
 @Joegrant: Love white on a muddy coarse.
  • + 3
 i said that.... white shoes are fast... period.
  • + 1
 White is the new black
  • + 71
 Five Ten, because that's how many weeks they'll last
  • + 3
 More 5 than 10
  • + 34
 That's bullshit. If you use them just for biking as intended they are durable. I have over 500 miles of just DH on mine this season and they are fine.
  • + 6
 ^Truth. Kind of bummed my $40 Osiris skate shoes that I rode for two seasons are in better condition than my $120 Five Ten's after less than one. Maybe glue just doesn't stick to that Stealth Rubber. Comfortable as hell though. Just have to get the construction sorted out.
  • + 21
 I've got three pairs that have lasted for years. From riding to trail building theyve held strong. I'm a customer for life unless something dramatic changes.
  • + 4
 Stoked to see effort put toward reliablity on the new models.. I had a pair of impact vxi's that lasted exactly 3 days before the sole peeled off. Wtf. Fiveten replaced them and I prompty hand stiched the sole on the new ones like fiveten should have done in the first place.
  • + 11
 Two seasons hard on mine...I call bullshit
  • + 6
 Insight: Hiking shoe, sole got hole after one year - but i used for biking, so it wasn't the intended use.
Impact: using more than one year for biking (xc, dh, everything, more than 3000km - sorry guys, i using SI). The wear is visible but no major issues.
Camp four: sole was loose by factory, i had to send for repair, since then serves well - i use only winter, when i'm not biking that much.

So overall, my experience with them quiet positive.

I would like the insight with a sole of the impact. Unfortunately i'm not Greg Minnar to get this...
  • + 3
 Mine last well until I accidentally leave them in the car. The heat wreaks havoc on the glue and the sole starts separating at the toe.
  • + 2
 For the past 10 weeks (no bullshit really 10 weeks) I have been learning how to do wheelie, wheeliehops and other stuff... While learning I fell from bike, scratched my fiveten by asphalt, by pins on my flat pedals and others. Honestly saing, I don't ride every day but at least 4 times a week 1,5-3 hour at a time I ride. So here is the condition of my fiveten:

www.pinkbike.com/u/ivankvkharkiv/album/Five-Ten-After-10-Weeks/?directtolastphoto
www.pinkbike.com/photo/13845729
www.pinkbike.com/photo/13845728

As for me they are perfect.

Can I see a photo of yours?
  • + 6
 Went thru 2 pairs of these, they each lasted about 2 weeks then the soul fell off.
  • + 7
 500 miles on xc and trail and mine are trashed.... m16 soles suck.
  • + 4
 The flats last awhile. The clipless shoes like the hellcat or the Minnaars (I used to ride), last 2-3 months before the sole loses all stiffness and cracks apart inside making them useless even for walking. I'm not talking about the outer stealth rubber sole, the stealth is still killer.
Just have to buy the resole kits and put them on a decent shoe.
I have used Five Ten shoes since the mid 1980's and used to rock climb with one of the founders.
The climbing shoes are not as good anymore either. Sad.
  • + 1
 @ivankvkharkiv: do they glow in the dark?Wink
  • - 1
 @Earthmotherfu: you mean if my fiveten has some super power? Batman Not sure about it but sometimes I have a feeling that "they" train on my bike instead of me while I am sleeping...Rolleyes
  • + 1
 @poozank: I sure hope you’re right. But, I’ve read nothing but ‘the sole separated a couple weeks in’ on message boards for months now ever since they got bought out. I was all set to buy a new set of free riders ’til I started reading. Not only that, a pro rider I know said his fall apart pretty fast as well. So maybe not so much ‘B.S.’ as yours just happen to be lasting?
  • + 2
 @poozank: Plus, see below for case in point:
@SingleTackKiller (3 hours ago)
I made the switch from Giro to 510 this year and have already warrantied two pairs within 6 months of trail riding an average of once a week. I've had my Giros for almost six years now and they still look as good as new. Once I’m out of the year warranty with 510 I'm switching back."
  • + 1
 @jeremiahwas: If you talking about simple "freerider" not "freerider contact" or something else, then even by the photos of them you can see that their sole sewed to upper. So don't worry everything will be good. Just put them on, when they come, and ride! tup
  • + 1
 @poozank: I only ever rode bikes in mine, mostly pedaling and no street wear. I killed the pair in 4 weeks - stick a finger through the sole type of dead. The shop warrantied them but this apparently is not a unique experience.
  • + 2
 @poozank: Mine lastet exaxtly 3 mounths until i could rip The whole sole off, my neighboor who sells "real" shoes, shoes of lether and The sole is sepecific for every feed brought it for me to a repair, the shoemeisner told her that the materials used for the shoe were cheap... So, I took that rview from someone that knows about shoes... And to be fair, 5 10 are cool and good looking biking shoes but ugly sneakers
  • - 1
 @tush: same here.. however, the 2nd pair of freerider is holding up though
  • + 0
 I have FIVE Ten since 4 years best shoes ever
  • + 3
 510 weeks = 9.8 years. That's seems like pretty good value.
  • + 0
 @ivankvkharkiv: no,I'm meant after chernobyl
  • - 2
 @Earthmotherfu: Have no idea what's your point... If it is humor then I don't get it. If it is not then you don't get something...
  • + 2
 Still better than Shimano though. I blew up the sloes of M200's in two months, 5.10 at least will last a season
  • + 2
 @poozank: I would imagine that if he is using them as street shoes also he has probably saved a ton of money on condoms.
  • + 2
 @ivankvkharkiv: I thought Kharkov was s/east of the reactor meltdown.?
  • - 1
 @Earthmotherfu: Well actually if you want to talk about general-thematic life stuff you can feel free to write me in private messages! (I have conversations with lots of people in PM) But this theme is about 510 so With Respect to other Members of Community, please, write "out of theme" stuff out of theme. Thanks! And good luck!
  • + 2
 @ivankvkharkiv: due to the compounds used in the manufacturing of "stealth" rubber and given its propensity to change colour when in contact with certain chemicals/elements,it was a pretty simple question really.one would have assumed that it was entirely possible for you to have come in contact with these out on the trails in and around Kharkov.
  • + 1
 @Earthmotherfu:
The First: I gave photos of soles of my 510 on which it is absolutely clearly seen that "stealth" rubber didn't change it's color.
The Second: "certain chemicals/elements" and radiation are totally different things... You are to know this from school.
The Third: on our Kharkov trails there are no "certain chemicals/elements" to contact with.
The Fourth: NO ONE could assume such a strange theory you had...
  • + 1
 @ivankvkharkiv: ok.but you agree it's possible.
  • + 0
 @Earthmotherfu: No I don't... I don't agree... It is absolutely impossible.
  • + 3
 @ivankvkharkiv: 4. “When you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” - Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, 1991
  • + 2
 @Earthmotherfu:“When you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” is actually attributed to Arthur Conan Doyle. Credit where credit is due please.
  • + 1
 @mtb505: My M200 lasted 3 months but to be fair the Trans-Provence Race destroys shoes (of all brands) and credit to Shimano for replacing them in four days (from submission at shop to new shoes arriving). I have 5.10 Freeriders that are five years old but my favorite pairs tends to wear out in 1-2 years before needing a re-sole.
  • + 1
 @cptstoney: these are S-1
  • + 1
 @RedBurn: I've had my Five ten Danny Mcaskill now for 5 years and they are holding up strong even the stealth rubber. 5 years of countless hours worth of mountain biking. They look as if they will last another 10. They do make durable shoes that are tough for the task at hand.

I'm investing in their new Freerider pro as I am looking to get lighter pair of shoes for riding.
  • + 49
 Addidas has ruined 5 10.
  • + 4
 Adidas
  • + 17
 My original freeriders were less than $100 now they're $150.. Pretty sad when my Specialized 2FO and cliplites looks better than anything AdidasTen puts out these days
  • + 3
 Yup, paid $80 CAD for my first pair, these would cost me $190, more than double. They've lost me as a customer
  • + 6
 The 2fo cliplites are legit!!
  • + 8
 Man i dont think ive ever seen a company redesign their products as often as five ten does. I guess it makes for exciting new releases. But it also makes me question why its so darn difficult to do it right in the first place. All i know is when i buy my next clip shoes the new shimano AM9' are top of the list. My original am45 shoes lasted forever.
  • + 3
 Giro for me. Shimano is undestructable tho.
  • - 1
 Never owned a pair of 5.10s but I never hear much about their mountain bike shoes. The most I hear is, "I like their rubber. Thats about it." Its like youre almost better off taking your Vans and just throwing them in the dryer to warm them and then go ride. Atleast the Vans last and dont cost you an emty wallet.
  • - 2
 Ok... Why don't we just stop inventing new stuff at all? Yeah let's just go to caves and throw out all microwave ovens and use fire... By their redesigns I have a choice what to buy. It is a progress.
  • + 0
 Well they didn't used to redesign their range so keenly as they do now. Hopefully that means they are listening to the complaints about the product and working through them. Having said that, white Freeriders sounds like a really stupid idea.
  • + 1
 Pretty typical for a shoe company. Look at Nike or Reebok. You can't keep up with how often they change the look or style of their shoes...
  • + 1
 @ivankvkharkiv: how longs your cave been hooked up to the gridlol
  • + 1
 @Mrstamper: you are 36.... I joked as you now when I was ten while trying to build a fire in my cave Wink
  • + 6
 How to get the most out of five-tens: Don't sit near a campfire. Don't leave them in a hot car or direct sunlight for extended durations. Buy them off of the Five Ten Closeout website at the end of the year when they are 1/3 the cost. If something starts failing prematurely, warranty them.
  • + 7
 My love for 5.10 clip-in shoes is very big, I think they are the best. But for 180 dollars for Adidas owned company? fhuk off... my next clipless shoes will be Shimanos AM9.
  • + 4
 I made the switch from Giro to 510 this year and have already warrantied two pairs within 6 months of trail riding an average of once a week. I've had my Giros for almost six years now and they still look as good as new. Once I'm out of the year warranty with 510 I'm switching back.
  • + 7
 The price seems to really be going up on the 5 10 shoes.
Eh?
  • + 2
 When will these be released? My second pair Freerider Contacts is falling apart with only two months of occasional riding. I'm hoping these new Pros with the S1 sole will match the durability of my original Freeriders which lasted 5 years!
  • + 2
 I'm still running an old pair of impact 2's. They are worn but still serviceable. In my area you can't ride in the wet, so they have been kept mostly dry, and I have taken care of them over the years, washed and treated etc. Unless I blow a seam, or hole a sole, they should be good for another season, maybe two after this one.

No idea what to replace them with, the last 5-10's friends have gotten have lasted 2 seasons if lucky....

I know they made them too tough at first and killed repeat sales unless years apart was ok, but the turn to a seasonal throw-away shoe is good for the bottom line temporarily - but piss off too many and you loose again. How about we find a nice medium compromise?
  • + 2
 I only buy Impact 2s. I've tried the newer options but never liked the feel of them.
  • + 6
 $150-$180 GET THE FK OUT OF HERE!
  • + 2
 Eventually wore out my Freerider VXi's, loved them to death. Bought Contacts to replace them but they were never as comfortable or stiff, to me it felt like they were narrower. Not sure if the 5 10 customer service people watch PB forums (kudos to those manufacturers that do, looking in your direction @troyleedesigns) but maybe they ought to, it seems there's a LOT of very unhappy customers out there who are happy to pay for a quality product, as long as that's what they get! I want the original Freerider VXi's back or at least something that's as stiff and comfortable, in the meantime I'm going to try the Specialized 2FO's.
  • + 3
 i want 5.10 to bring back the Rennie hightops that looked like Jordans. i still have mine and they are still outliving 2 newer pairs of not them.
  • + 1
 I had two pairs of those Rennie's. Love em! Hoping for return as well!!!
  • + 2
 I wonder how many freakin' pairs of the Freeriders they had to replace from the sole blowing out?
Everyone I know who had them had the same problems and replaced them multiple times.
  • + 1
 Just for the record...last 3 years I killed 2 pairs of free riders with the small dot bottoms and 2 pair of free riders with the smooth sole. They just don't last like the original impacts from years ago. BTW. ..just bought new impacts and they kill my feet!...they make my toes burn and the pain is horrible after 2 hours of trail riding. ...just saying
  • + 2
 Sweatshop Shoes! 180$
Wage of 8 year old who made them ( yes ADDIADS is a sweatshop company) 1c a week.
Watching people pay Nike prices for deck shoes with or without a clip... Priceless.
  • + 1
 I'm curious about where they're made. My MacAskill from 3 years ago were (surprisingly) made in Korea (south Korea hopefully...), I wonder if it's still the case since adidas bought them. They may have already been bought when I got those shoes but probably not for long and there weren't bad reviews yet (and I got them for 90€). I'm not riding that much but they've held up well, still wearing those.

However, we're buying a lot of sweatshop products (jersey, short, gloves) and we're not making a fuss about it.
  • + 1
 The new Hellcats look good, but $150 that's pretty steep and not to mention you still have to mess with laces. I ditched my Freerider Contacts since the sole was already getting torn up bad from the flat pedal pins plus i'm between sizes so neither size I had fit well. The new Shimano shoes look good, but they seem like a copy of my Crossmax.
  • + 2
 Not sure about the low profile look on the new freeriders, but looks aren't everything. Glad they went back to the original rubber that they're famous for. If it ain't broke….
  • + 1
 Old freeriders were comfy as anything, but the new slimmer tongue and foam around the ankle and heel has changed that. I wouldn't even want to wear them when I'm not riding now!
Surely there is a better balance between comfort and pedaling performance/water absorption?
  • + 2
 Guess what, they will release new models in time to come. Only $20 more than the previous with simple changes worded fancy. Gotta love marketing. I would rather buy a used pair.
  • + 1
 Simple changes?? its a completely re-designed shoe?
  • + 1
 I've got current Hellcats and the cleat depth works perfectly with my platform SPDs (Keywin DH). Making the cleat protrude more just so they work better with CB pedals seems like s step backwards - couldn't you just put a spacer under the cleat?
  • + 1
 Here in Thailand if you dont get the models with stitched sole, the glue just doesn't not hold and the sole comes off.I hope 5/10 is aware of that.
  • + 0
 If my Sombrios ever die I may now be tempted back to Five Ten. The Sombrios are great and very hard wearing but I haven't experienced the level of grip that Five Ten deliver with any other shoe.
  • + 1
 BAD BAD BAD PRODUCTS: I HAVE THE SAM HILL VERSION IT WAS DESTROYED AFTER SOME SECTIONS. I lost my money. I'll be never use this brand.
  • + 3
 Umm... Doesn't going clipless defeat the purpose of a Stealth rubber sole?
  • + 1
 jeez... makes me glad i bought 2 pairs of tevas from amazon for $75 after then announced they were discontinued.
I sad i didn't buy more.
  • + 1
 I love them being WIDE and GRIPPY...but 150-180 $ ???? Why do we have to pay for your mistakes???? I switch to Shimano. Bye AdidasTen !!!!!
  • + 2
 So glad they replaced the flat bottoms with something more practical for hike a bike sections.
  • + 1
 how bout a tread with some depth to it and ditch the laces. Laces and mud just dont mix well
  • + 2
 Are these supposed to be the Air Jordans of bike shoes?
  • + 2
 "hook and loop retention strap" or velcro
  • + 1
 I hope they make a bigger size shoe, 15 please!!! I'd love a pair of real riding shoes vs. the vans I have to ride with.
  • + 2
 here here...
I could do with some in US 14/UK 13 PLEEEEEEEAAAAASSSSSEEEEEEE??
  • + 1
 @dadebrown: from what I have seen the big s is the only brand that comes close with a size 50, but they are a tighter fit...
  • + 1
 @bkchef2000: so I see... crying shame for us flipper-feet grrr

And I thought finding big pedals was bad enough...
  • + 1
 @dadebrown: I know right... Vp, crank bros and and I believe that the tmac works well for us Sasquatch footed folks
  • + 1
 @dadebrown: and a big curly red wig too.
  • + 2
 Oh no. Not again white shoes.
  • + 2
 Minnaar really is a perfectionist. Wow
  • + 1
 even though i just bought a pair of freeriders with the Mi6 soles i'm glad i can go back to S1 next time.
  • + 1
 But that's why I bought the original freeriders, because of how insanely grippy they are
  • - 1
 I don't think you're going to sacrifice much grip - if any. I am told that S-1 is Five Ten's top climbing shoe compound
  • + 8
 @RichardCunningham: then why doesn't 5.10 use S1 on ANY of their climbing shoes?
  • + 1
 @RichardCunningham: hellcats weigh 490g!
  • + 2
 Light colored shoes make you look like jock, dark ones, a stoner.
  • + 2
 still thinking the old minnaar r better loking and better quality...
  • + 2
 Ark at the price tags. Oh fugginelar
  • + 1
 Any suggestions for hightop clipless shoes??
  • + 1
 Hellcats(size 9) weigh 494g not 370ish!!!
  • + 1
 Wouldnt wear either to a post ride bar...
  • + 1
 Is replacing the sole/liner with orthotics common?
  • + 1
 Yes and no. Runners do it all the time for fit/technique reasons. Roadies do it a lot too since those carbon soles don't have much give, so you have to get the fit right another way. MTB I'm not so sure about, I do it because I have smashed up feet, but Five Ten assuming it would be super common sounds like a bit of a reach to me.
  • + 3
 I have to add inserts because 5.10's are too roomy for my feet.
  • + 1
 @unrooted: Really?? (overtones of sarcasm)
  • + 2
 @unrooted: Same here. They're really W I D E. If I go down a size my toes hit, so I have to go Superfeet insoles and thick socks.
  • + 1
 I had to replace mine in the last generation of Hellcats, found I was getting wicked foot pain under my sole, put in fancy insoles and the pain went away.
  • + 0
 @unrooted: Seriously? My Kestrels were so narrow it felt like I had my feet jammed in a vice, though my (old) Freeriders fit pretty well.
  • + 1
 @Losvar: I should mention I wear a size 14 shoe and have medium width feet, vans in a 14 fit great w/out extra insoles...
  • + 1
 2mm how the heck do you notice 2 millimetres
  • + 2
 Ugly motherfuc****s
  • + 0
 Full synthetic upper! Awesome! No more cadavers on our feet! Lighter and better all around. Nice move 5 10!
  • - 1
 You guys do your review at the tent in the Whistler village and you can't even post the prices in CDN dollars......thanx for that
  • + 5
 It takes seconds to google "150 USD to CAD"
  • + 2
 The MSRP on the shoes is USD. Every Canadian retailer will be slightly different. Do the damn math yourself?
  • + 2
 They look shit.
  • + 1
 Never been the same since Adidas took them over. ????
  • + 1
 NEVER go full dottie.
  • + 1
 Ugly AF
  • + 0
 all good until you tread in dog poo
  • + 0
 It's Mi6 rubber that had all the delam issues, not m-16
  • + 0
 Great. Just great.
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