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NIAD VCS

FW2849_5
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$108.59

If you are used to the old Anasazi when it was manifactured in the US then we suggest going a whole size up for the same fit

Pulling from Five-Ten's iconic heritage and legendary range of climbing shoes, the NIAD VCS is the new re-imagined version of the ever-popular and renowned Five-Ten Anasazi. Designed for all-round performance, the NIAD VCS sits comfortably on all disciplines of climbing, seldom-seen is a shoe that performs so well trad-climbing but is also relied upon by world-cup level competition climbers.
Thanks to its neutral, medium-stiff midsole, the NIAD VCS offers ultimate edging performance, whilst the Stealth® C4™ rubber keeps you solid on the smallest indoor chip of a foothold as-well-as the glassy pof'ed-up slopers of Fontainebleau. A new extended toe rubber provides improved toe-hooking performance and gives more versatility in both your indoor and outdoor climbing projects.
All of this whilst being one of the comfiest shoes on the market, the Five-Ten NIAD VCS is the perfect shoe, whatever your climbing preference.

Technical Specifications

  • Upper material -Synthetic

  • Flex - Medium/Stiff

  • Closure type - Velcro

  • Color - Mesa / Core Black / Cloud White

  • Last - Low Asymmetry

  • Sole material - Stealth C4 Rubber

  • Profile - Flat

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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 NIAD VCS
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.

If you are used to the old Anasazi when it was manifactured in the US then we suggest going a whole size up for the same fit

Pulling from Five-Ten's iconic heritage and legendary range of climbing shoes, the NIAD VCS is the new re-imagined version of the ever-popular and renowned Five-Ten Anasazi. Designed for all-round performance, the NIAD VCS sits comfortably on all disciplines of climbing, seldom-seen is a shoe that performs so well trad-climbing but is also relied upon by world-cup level competition climbers.
Thanks to its neutral, medium-stiff midsole, the NIAD VCS offers ultimate edging performance, whilst the Stealth® C4™ rubber keeps you solid on the smallest indoor chip of a foothold as-well-as the glassy pof'ed-up slopers of Fontainebleau. A new extended toe rubber provides improved toe-hooking performance and gives more versatility in both your indoor and outdoor climbing projects.
All of this whilst being one of the comfiest shoes on the market, the Five-Ten NIAD VCS is the perfect shoe, whatever your climbing preference.

Technical Specifications

  • Upper material -Synthetic

  • Flex - Medium/Stiff

  • Closure type - Velcro

  • Color - Mesa / Core Black / Cloud White

  • Last - Low Asymmetry

  • Sole material - Stealth C4 Rubber

  • Profile - Flat

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Product reviews (1)

Johno
Johno
Apr 29, 2021

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Straight away you notice what happens when a great climbing shoe company gets access to the recourses of one of the biggest footwear manufacturer's. The materials and build quality are excellent.
I have a narrow foot and the fit is perfect no dead space and I get a vacuum when taking them off.
I have fully curled toes but they are comfortable straight out of the box.
The c4 rubber is excellent, there definitely on the stiffer side you really feel secure on the small holds I only climb inside so if I only had only one shoe I would possibly want something a little more sensitive.
For me these meet most of my climbing needs.
If you have a narrow foot and your after a comfortable shoe these might be the ones I went a full street shoe size up for a good fit

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