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Five Ten Line King Bike and Skate Shoes - 2012 Closeout

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  • Leather uppers wrap feet in comfort; Slingshot ankle support provides contoured joint stability with cushioned space at the ankle bones
  • Mesh linings move moisture away from the feet for comfort when the activity level rises
  • Stealth® Phantom™ rubber 1-piece molded outsoles cushion every step, and offer a stiff, flat platform designed for comfort when biking
  • The Five Ten Line King shoes feature molded outsoles that stabilize your without reducing feel, making them a great choice for slacklining
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Five Ten Line King Bike and Skate Shoes - 2012 Closeout Specs
Best use
Urban cycling
Stealth Phantom rubber
Footwear height
Footwear closure

Five Ten Line King Bike and Skate Shoes - 2012 Closeout

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Rated 4.0/5 based on 2 reviews
Rated 4out of5
by fromgood downhill shoes good shoes, thin sole makes u feel the bike better, not recommended for walking, slippery when wet
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 4out of5
by fromSo far, so good I ride flat pedals on a variety of mountain bike trails in and around Tucson, AZ. I was previously riding a Gravis high-top, which has a stiffer sole than most skate Vans, and it was a great shoe. Those shoes are wearing out, and everyone seems to recommend Five-Tens for MTB, so I took a chance on these. The fit of this Five-Ten Line King is good for me. I have worn Vans for a long time, and fit most of their size 12 shoes, though lately it seems like they are getting narrower, or my foot is getting wider. I am currently wearing a DC Patrol size 12 which fits great. After one ride I am pretty happy with these shoes. The soles are stiffer than the Gravis, but not overly stiff, and I can feel my pedals for positioning my feet. They grip better than the Gravis, but not so much that it feels weird. I cannot yet comment on their durability.
Date published: 2013-01-02

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