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Five Ten Anasazi Blanco

P5141Z22025
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$118.97
$161.38

The Five Ten Anasazi Blanco has been revised with a thermoplastic midsole so that it keeps its famous stiffness for longer. A combination of the stiff midsole, high tension heel rand and C4 rubber outsole provides one of the most powerful edging shoes on the market. The lacing system is long to give a precise fit and has been updated to a welded construction for a slicker look.

Details:

  • Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole (4mm)
  • Lace closure system
  • Lined, synthetic upper
  • Thermoplastic midsole
  • Asymmetric toe box
  • High heel tension

Good For:

  • Edging
  • Sport climbing
  • Bouldering
  • Technical trad

 

 

UKEU
1 in stock

How I choose the correct size?

All climbing shoe models fit differently. We put together our 'shoeculator' to help you find the right size in a new model, compared to your old climbing shoes or street shoes.

Choose from the options below to find your size in the Five-Ten Five Ten Anasazi Blanco
Climbing Shoe
or
Street Shoe

This sizing advice is based on two pairs of brand new shoes. Leather shoes tend to stretch more than synthetic shoes. When switching from synthetic to leather you may want to select a smaller size.

The Five Ten Anasazi Blanco has been revised with a thermoplastic midsole so that it keeps its famous stiffness for longer. A combination of the stiff midsole, high tension heel rand and C4 rubber outsole provides one of the most powerful edging shoes on the market. The lacing system is long to give a precise fit and has been updated to a welded construction for a slicker look.

Details:

  • Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole (4mm)
  • Lace closure system
  • Lined, synthetic upper
  • Thermoplastic midsole
  • Asymmetric toe box
  • High heel tension

Good For:

  • Edging
  • Sport climbing
  • Bouldering
  • Technical trad

 

 

Customer questions

Q

I wear 5.10 dragon of size 7. Since, i've never worn blanco and there is no sizing gudie box for this shoe, what size would be the correct fit for me?

A

We have now added the Dragon to our sizing tool! I would suggest going down to size 6 in the Blanco.

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Reviews & ratings

Average rating

Based on 9 ratings
4.67

Product reviews (3)

John Owens
John Owens
Oct 24, 2017

Bought these having worn the previous Blanco's for 5 yrs. They fit very similar if you are used to the old ones and are a good fit straight out of the box. Impressed so far with the performance from them, they are comfortable on tiny holds and edges. Expensive however if you appreciate good shoes its money well spent.

Brian Pollock
Brian Pollock
May 15, 2017

Used these for a few weeks now. Sized as per Banana Fingers' advice (size 40, I normally wear a 39.5 for Five Ten and 38 for La Sportiva). The fit was spot on, tight but not aggressively so. There has been a short break in period but this has been helped by the soft feel of the shoe interior. After the initial break in they are comfortable to wear whilst climbing for single pitches but not as comfortable as La Sportiva Miura which I can wear all day once broken in (even sized very tight). In terms of performance, they have been very impressive in terms of security on small edges, sticking to smeary/polished footholds and they noticeably roll a lot less than the Miuras. The only downside (although I'm not sure it is) is that initially at least they don't feel particularly sensitive so you get less feedback from foot placements, although this is offset by added comfort on sharp footholds and the ability to stand for longer on small edges without getting calf pump. Overall, probably the best single pitch edging shoe I've used. I will be interested to see if they break in even more for prolonged use.

Brian Pollock
Brian Pollock
May 15, 2017

Used these for a few weeks now. Sized as per Banana Fingers' advice (size 40, I normally wear a 39.5 for Five Ten and 38 for La Sportiva). The fit was spot on, tight but not aggressively so. There has been a short break in period but this has been helped by the soft feel of the shoe interior. After the initial break in they are comfortable to wear whilst climbing for single pitches but not as comfortable as La Sportiva Miura which I can wear all day once broken in (even sized very tight). In terms of performance, they have been very impressive in terms of security on small edges, sticking to smeary/polished footholds and they noticeably roll a lot less than the Miuras. The only downside (although I'm not sure it is) is that initially at least they don't feel particularly sensitive so you get less feedback from foot placements, although this is offset by added comfort on sharp footholds and the ability to stand for longer on small edges without getting calf pump. Overall, probably the best single pitch edging shoe I've used. I will be interested to see if they break in even more for prolonged use.

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