- Five Ten Freerider Pro Men's Flat Pedal Shoe: Night Navy 13
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- Find thrills at every bend with the Five Ten® Freerider Pro shoe.
- Designed for everything from all-mountain to light downhill.
- Lightweight, weather-resistant synthetic upper.
- Lace-up closure.
- Breathable mesh lining.
- Impact-resistant toe box.
- Removable Ortholite® molded sock liner.
- Compression-molded EVA midsole.
- Thick padded, tongue, collar and footbed for long-wear comfort.
- Full S1™ dotty outsole provides excellent grip and durability.
- Weight: 14 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 11.5, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
- Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 14.02 x 10.91 x 5.39 inches; 12 Ounces
- Item model number : 5316130
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : January 13, 2017
- Manufacturer : Five Ten
- ASIN : B01GHMQ8O6
- Customer Reviews:
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All around good shoes. VERY sticky on the pedals when new. After a year and a half the sole has become quite torn up from use. While they don’t hold on to the pedals like they used to, they are still tacky enough for some rough rides.
These shoes proved themselves incredibly useful for protection too. I took a huge hit to the top of my foot on a rock outcrop in a tight turn. The toe cap material was firm enough to take the full force of the impact without hurting my foot. I would have been in a lot of pain if these were just canvas Vans.
On the plus side, they did refund my money, but I was worried about getting another pair of used shoes again. They had the size and color I wanted, so I took another chance, and this time new shoes arrived. Although it all worked out in the end, it was not a positive experience overall - it left a bad taste in my mouth, especially with Amazon involved.
The shoes are great - very grippy, comfortable, and the sole is very rigid. I recommend the shoe, but I recommend caution with the provider.
Since I couldn't make a decision, I bought all of the competitor's shoes and the FreeRider Pro's and tried them all out. The FreeRider Pro's were the only ones that I didn't send back. Personally, I don't think they're particularly good looking shoes - they look a bit clunky in the photos online. This clunkiness (for lack of a better word) is reduced in real life. They still don't look great, but it's not nearly as noticeable as it is online. Everything else about the shoe is perfect. There are no compromises.
These things are well cushioned and comfortable out of the box. They're the goldilocks level of stiff, same goes for the weight. I live on the east coast (big temperature swings) and when it's hot these shoes breathe well and my feet aren't overly sweaty; yet somehow when it's cold my feet are well insulated. They're also mostly waterproof.
Five-Ten is owned by Adidas and sizing is true to Adidas athletic shoe sizing. I'm a 10.5 in Adidas and a 10.5 in these. I have a narrow foot but the toe box would accommodate a wider foot easily.
In short, these are shoes that you buy and never think about again. I've done everything from east coast chunky riding to slickrock in Moab to pure downhill in Deer Valley on these things. The shoes were never on my mind during the ride. They do what they're supposed to - keep you attached to the pedals and having fun.
With this shoe and my Raceface Atlas pedals I honestly don't know why I ever bothered to ride clipless.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 10, 2020