Five Ten Men’s Freerider Contact Bike Shoe Grey/Blue 11.5 D – Medium

Five Ten Men’s Freerider Contact Bike Shoe Grey/Blue 11.5 D – Medium

Five Ten Men's Freerider Contact Bike Shoe Grey/Blue 11.5 D - Medium
@ Five Ten, the Brand of the Brave, is a leader in performance, high-friction footwear. From downhill mountain bike racing to rock climbing, from wing suit flying to kayaking, Five Ten makes footwear for the world’s most dangerous sports. The Redlands, California-based company has been producing cutting-edge designs and proprietary Stealth rubber soles for nearly 30 years. With the help of top national and international athletes and guides, combined with a world-class rubber-testing and R&D facility, Five Ten is the shoe brand of choice for the world’s most exciting athletes.

  • Removable insole

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2 thoughts on “Five Ten Men’s Freerider Contact Bike Shoe Grey/Blue 11.5 D – Medium

  1. 29 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Save your money purchase a cheap pair of nike’s, August 31, 2015
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    bz

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    The quality is less then expected the rubber has started to peal away from the shoe where it bends at the toes. because of this the stitching behind the rubber us pulling out. The soles have more where then I expected them to have at this point in their life time. I have worn them 23 times for a total of 219.6 miles. They only get used for riding. I would not purchase a set of these shoes again nor do I recommend them.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent, but odd sizing in the toe area. Reinforced toe is good but may not fit as expected., July 29, 2015
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    Seventh-777 (Boston, MA) –

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    These are a great design idea, with a couple of flaws. I put over 1,000 miles on a set of regular Freeriders (XC, DH, Enduro), so I was pretty excited to try these because of the new toe protection. Unfortunately they don’t fit like regular Freeriders – the toe box is quite a bit wider, and as a result my feet never really felt planted on the pedals while wearing them. Unlike the FRs, I felt really disconnected from the pedals the entire time. On top of that, the reinforced toe cover/protection makes the bend/flex point feel a bit strange – they don’t flex like a normal sneaker, it’s further up towards the laces. Not really a problem per se, but it’s worth mentioning.

    I unfortunately ended up returning them and going back to the regular Freerider. In addition to the toe box and odd disconnected feeling between my feet and my pedals, my feet literally fell asleep wearing these after an hour each time – I think it may be because the toe protection doesn’t allow the area around the ball of your foot to flex/expand when you’re moving around.

    If your feet fit in them (or perhaps you have big toes?) they’re certainly a quality shoe with the usual awesome 510 stealth rubber. They just weren’t for me, and if you’re used to the feel of Freeriders (which fit like a normal running shoe) you may not like these.

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