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Five Ten - Rogue Lace-Up Climbing Shoe

Five Ten Rogue Lace-Up Climbing Shoe

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$69.97 $99.95

Item #FVT2018

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Tech Specs

Upper Material:
split grain leather
Stealth C4
low to moderate downturn
Asymmetrical Curvature:
Claimed Weight:
[single, 9] 7.9 oz
Recommended Use:
gym climbing, bouldering, sport climbing, trad climbing
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Cost-efficient climbing shoes for transferring gym to rock.

The Five Ten Rogue Lace Climbing Shoe won't break the bank, but that doesn't mean that Five Ten held back on technological advances. Built on the same last that Five Ten uses for its Stonelands shoe, the Rogue has a natural, relaxed foot position so you can learn the specifics of toeing into jibs without the discomfort of upper-end climbing footwear. The upper material is made with split grain leather to comfortably conform to your foot as you climb, and it has a uniform give and natural breathability for even more comfort. With its lace-up closure, you'll have customized tension around your foot so everything is nice and snug. The outsole is made out of Five Ten's classic Stealth C4 rubber that climbers have been using for years to set up the hardest routes out there.

The Rogue was designed for beginners who want to learn how to climb well in the gym and transfer that experience to climbing outside smoothly. It features Five Ten's Active Arch Technology to secure your foot in place so you don't feel it moving around while you learn proper feet placement. And its Comfort Range Slingshot cups your heel so you can develop technique and skills without sacrificing comfort.


  • Split grain leather upper material
  • Lace closure
  • Active Arch Technology
  • Comfort Range Slingshot
  • Stealth C2 sole

Good beginner shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these when I first started climbing in January, and they've done well. Mostly they got used in the gym, but have done quite a bit outdoors as well (usually use other shoes when climbing outside however). They're set at a low price point, and are quite comfortable - the leather means they've stretched quite a bit, so be prepared for that.

On that note, they're getting ready for retirement. They lasted about 9 months of beginner climbing (so tortured my shoes, basically), and time to move on.

But if you're looking for a solid shoe to start with at a fairly low price point, it's a good option.

Too soft

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I normally wear La Sportiva Mythos (cracks, long routes) and the Muira VS (steep, gym, techy gnar). I bought the 5.10 Rogue as a cheaper gym shoe alternative. Maybe I am just used to stiffer shoes, although Mythos are pretty soft, but I found the rouge to be way to soft. I thought I had pretty good footwork, but I've been bashing my knees left and right slipping off holds like Bambi on ice. You get what you pay for though. They are a beginner shoe, priced cheap, they are pretty dang comfy, but they are not aggressive at all and wayyyyy too soft. This would be a great shoe if you like soft shoes I suppose.

Comfortable beginning/intermediate shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

These were my first climbing shoes. I bought them 1/2 to 1 size down. I did a little mechanical stretching on the entire tor box and also some very specific for each big toe. I would say they stretch about 1/2 a size. The break in was fairly quick (about 4 trips to the gym). The C4 rubber is super sticky, and they are a tight comfortable fit. They edge and smear well in the gym. The down side is that the soles are not the most durable, after 6 months of climbing twice a week (gym only) they are in need of resoling. C4 is a softer rubber, so be prepared to resole sooner than some. Still, I like them, and until they got so thin that they were becoming unstable and hurting my toes on small chips, I was really enjoying climbing in them.

Not very good Quality

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I got these shoes in December and wore them at least 4 times a week in gym climbing, and took them out twice. After 1 week of climbing they starter fraying and falling apart. I'm not even an aggressive climber, they just didn't stay together at all. I tried using super glue but it really didn't help much. It would have been a good shoe if it stayed together, I loved the way it fit me super comfortable, and was an upgrade from my last pair but it was a bad qulality shoe.

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