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Five Ten Freerider Pro Shoes

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SKU: 510FREERDRPRO
RRP: $210.00
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Grip Cuty

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Heaps of grip and plenty of support, first pair of five tens and they live up to the reputation! Also a surprisingly comfortable shoe and not too goofy to wear to the pub or cafe after a ride!

Who needs clips ?

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Excellent rubber sole for ultimate grip, super comfortable, great fit, This is my second pair, won't be my last.

Awesome shoes

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Excellent fit shoe with heaps of grip and awesome toe protection. Provide a fair bit of support through the ankle as well

Five Tens, a 10/10

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Glad I made the right decision. Can't believe how it sticks to your pedals like glue!
Worth the price tag, if you can afford it. Would highly recommend.
Thank you MTBD for the excellent service, as usual and fast delivery to WA!

Five Ten Freerider Pro - they just work

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I'd been looking at the flat shoe market for over 12 months, reading up on the all the major players and riding in a my Salomon hiking shoes which 'OK' but were taking a beating from my Spank Oozy pedals.

After trying a few different brands on for size and feel, the decision was simple, Five Ten Freerider Pro. My top two came down to the 2FO and the Freerider Pro but the 2FO felt bulky and created a pressure point across the toes when you walked, where the Freerider Pro feels lighter, less bulky and walks well.

Compared to my Salomans, the Freerider Pro's feel lighter, are considerably stiffer over the pedal and are definately grippier.

Some people don't like the "locked in" feeling the Five Ten sole provides but it's not hard to fractionally unweight a foot and reposition. In the end, I'd rather have my foot in a sightly 'off' position than loose a pedal due to poor grip.

As far as size, I'm a UK11/US12/Euro46 and ordered a US12 which are perfect.

Must have MTB shoes

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Although these are fairly pricey, they are worth every dollar. One of the best pieces of kit I've bought for my bike. Soles are insanely grippy on the pedals, in fact this can sometimes be a bit annoying as they grip so much you cant shift/wiggle your feet around to the perfect potion without lifting your feet off the pedals. Super comfortable, and practically indestructible, love the reinforced toe, saved me from smashing my toes into rocks many times now. 100% recommend.

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