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- Made in the USA and Imported
- Rubber sole
- Stealth C4 rubber outsole
- Hand-ground beveled climbing toe
- Ergonomic last design
- Water-resistant nubuck leather upper
- Compression-molded EVA midsole
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Five Ten was an originator of the approach shoe category and the Guide Tennie continues the tradition. The Stealth C4 Dotty outsole bites into multiple surfaces and also has a hand-ground beveled climbing toe. The Compression molded outsole and comfortable upper will keep you comfortable all day long.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B008XESAZM
- Item model number: Guide Tennie Leather-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Sole rubber is great. I have been a fan of Stealth C4 for years. It is really sticky yet somehow has a great lifespan. Smears for days.
I can compare this to the Scarpa Zen and Garmont Dragontail shoes which I have owned. The Zen feels like you are walking on plywood, no cushioning but climbs pretty well. The dragontails are a much stiffer, more alpine oriented shoe. They are better than this shoe if you are carrying a lot of weight. For a scrambly day hike the Tennies are the clear winner.
Sizing is close to spot on. Maybe a tiny bit large, but not enough to size down.
It's an attractive shoe and grippy in most circumstances of the intended usage. This is not the best tread for a slick, flat surface, however.
OLD Review: I have VERY wide feet. I tried these shoes on in store & was surprised how comfortable they were. They were very stiff & I was hesitant for using them for backpacking trips or all day trips. I took them out last weekend & put them to the test on a technical slot canyon canyoneering trip in Utah. The shoes are durable, comfortable, & have good grip for those who do mild climbing, rock scrambling, or will be stemming slot canyons. I also performed a fair amount of flat ground hiking & my feet never hurt. I'm one of those guys that my feet hurt for 3 months while trying to break in my shoes, I never had that with these shoes.
One down side of these shoes are they do not dry very fast. Most shoes don't do very well at drying after wading & swimming in water but these shoes seamed to retain water a little longer. Overall a great shoe & I can't wait to take them out again next week !!!