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Hiangle

EE9033_5
(14)
£91.99
£120.00

The Hiangle, one of Five Ten’s most popular climbing shoes, has received an update. Built on the same last as the blue Hiangles it now has an unlined microfibre upper for shape retention and stretch rebound, a redesigned heel and increased heel tensioning. The heel is now sensitive Stealth® HF rubber that hugs smears with has increased rand tension to keep heel contact locked down. The new Hiangle is also now made with a split outsole making it more flexible for better performance in competition style indoor climbing and on volumes. The Hiangle keeps it's downturned shape and extended toe rubber for secure toe hooks.
Worn by lovers of the steep and techy and by many of Five Ten's athletes in competitions, the Hiangle is also an incredibly versatile high end climbing shoe, performing in many climbing styles. Balancing sensitivity and support with a heavily downturned last, for high performance sport climbing and bouldering, excelling on overhanging terrain.

Details

  • Aggressive downturn for technical bouldering and sport routes

  • Unlined microfiber upper retains shape and snug fit

  • 3.5mm Stealth® C4 rubber sole sticks to barely there edges and Stealth® HF on the heel

  • Elastic slipper with velcro strap

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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 Hiangle
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 Hiangle, one of Five Ten’s most popular climbing shoes, has received an update. Built on the same last as the blue Hiangles it now has an unlined microfibre upper for shape retention and stretch rebound, a redesigned heel and increased heel tensioning. The heel is now sensitive Stealth® HF rubber that hugs smears with has increased rand tension to keep heel contact locked down. The new Hiangle is also now made with a split outsole making it more flexible for better performance in competition style indoor climbing and on volumes. The Hiangle keeps it's downturned shape and extended toe rubber for secure toe hooks.
Worn by lovers of the steep and techy and by many of Five Ten's athletes in competitions, the Hiangle is also an incredibly versatile high end climbing shoe, performing in many climbing styles. Balancing sensitivity and support with a heavily downturned last, for high performance sport climbing and bouldering, excelling on overhanging terrain.

Details

  • Aggressive downturn for technical bouldering and sport routes

  • Unlined microfiber upper retains shape and snug fit

  • 3.5mm Stealth® C4 rubber sole sticks to barely there edges and Stealth® HF on the heel

  • Elastic slipper with velcro strap

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Reviews & ratings

Average rating

Based on 14 ratings
4.79

Product reviews (5)

Mike
Mike
Oct 04, 2021

Good

I like everything about this shoe except the lack of rubber on top. Rubber is great, fit is great although if you have a lv foot opt for the women's version. The only criticism, and this is a big for me because I mainly indoor boulder, is the lack of rubber on top. There are certain problems that I literally switch shoes for because of how much pain I put on my foot from pulling on the top part of my foot for some modern problems. If this had more rubber on top I would use this shoe and only this shoe. If you're bouldering or sport climbing outdoors however this is a great choice.

Keith
Keith
Dec 01, 2020

Not the Same

Bought these after using 2 pairs of the old blue Hi-angle and its a completely different shoe. I read up on varying opinions on the new Hi-angle and still went ahead and bought it. The shoe has a wide forefoot and a deep heel. I downsized 0.5 uk from my blue ones and the forefoot still has a lot of dead space. The inner lining is very smooth and feels nice on wearing, but the functionality and make of the shoe disappointed me. Bought these 4 months ago and have been climbing in them indoors and outdoors, and the rubber on the tip has already eroded and is starting to peel off. The toe patch is starting to peel off as well after regular toe hooking. It has no similarity or fit with the older Hi-angles. I think its time to move on from 5.10 and check out some other shoe brands.

Moritz
Moritz
Oct 01, 2020

Comfy

Only been wearing them for a couple of indoor bouldering sessions. So far they feel really comfortable compared to my solutions. I had the 42.5 solutions and now have the hiangles in 44 with a street shoe size of 44.5 (44 2/3 for Adidas). I wouldn't recommend downsizing even further because the sole length of the 44 hiangles seems already shorter than the (honestly pretty worn out) 42.5 solutions. The solutions always felt tight in the front and loose in the back while the hiangles seem to match my feet way better. The heel fit's so good it's actually hard to remove the shoes once put on. I can definitely endorse this shoe but recommend to try them on due to "weird" sizing.

David
David
Aug 24, 2020

Go up a size from the old version

I've been wearing Hi-Angles for 3 or 4 years now and went through a few pairs of the old blue version. I used to wear them in a Size 10 (UK), followed the size guide and bought this new version in a Size 11 and they fit like a glove, very easy to get on and a snug but comfortable fit.

Panji ginanjar
Panji ginanjar
Aug 30, 2019

Good

Good

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