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Five Ten Coyote

Now available in a lace version, the Coyote is an entry-level face-climbing shoe, featuring precision lacing nearly to the tip of the toes and a blunt chisel toe.

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Five Ten Coyote Lace-Up| $100 |

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Now available in a lace version, the Coyote is an entry-level face-climbing shoe, featuring precision lacing nearly to the tip of the toes and a blunt chisel toe. Fit was comfortable for narrow- to medium-width feet with a fairly flat profile, making the Coyote easier on the toes than turned-down models; allow for some stretch as the shoe is partly lined (the dye bleeds through for the first few wearings, so don’t be alarmed when you remove the shoes …). The Coyote Lace-Up’s forte is face — slabs, thin edging and smears are all fair game. They performed well on boulders, limestone sport climbs and even plastic. The shoe is fairly pliable, so thin-edging control requires strong feet and technique. Crack climbers need not apply due to the lack of rubber coverage over the toes and a blocky forefoot. fiveten.com

BETA: Comfortable, medium-flex utility shoe with best performance on face.

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