In 1990 Five Ten introduced a shoe for every climber's shoe quiver. The MoccAsyms are low profile for thin cracks, have a confidence inspiring feel for soloing, and a comfort fit for a shoe proven to perform in all situations from bouldering to long routes. MoccAsym's unique Asym™ slingshot delivers exceptional precision and C4™ outsoles offer the ultimate in rock adherence.
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|Weight|| 227 g|
Single : 227.20 g / 8.0 oz (Size 9)
US sizes : 2-14, 15UK sizes : 1-13, 14|
|Best Use (Highest Performance)||
Trad / Crack
|Last Details|| Shape: Flat (comfort)|
Construction: Slip Lasted
|Upper Material||Split-Grain Leather|
|Sole Material|| Stealth® C4™|
Rand: Asym™ Slingshot
|Footbed Lining|| |
Great second shoe to advance climbing, size down as much as you can and maybe buy a second pair for the tragic moment down the line when the shoe eventually stretches out.
The Five Ten Moccasym is one of the most comfortable and convenient shoes we tested. Chris Mac has probably logged 600+ days of climbing in about six different pairs. They are just so comfortable and easy to get on and off.
These soft and sticky shoes fit well in cracks of all sizes and are the go-to shoe for many Indian Creek climbers. They feel fairly precise when new, but soften over time and work best for people with strong feet. When new, they also tend to leach dye onto your feet…so don't be frightened the first time you take them off and see blood-red toes!
In Spain, I opted for an aggressive edging shoe and my Moccasym. The Moccs offered me an unbelievably soft and comfortable fit. The lack of laces or Velcro also helped with keeping my feet free of sand at the beach crags of Aliconte. I had purchased a brand new pair for Spain and I was grateful when our time ended that I did. The Moccs stretched both in width and length, I felt that the heel could be of lower volume as well. As for edging, I knew from my past experiences with the Moccs that they would come up short, the design is too flat-lasted and the toe box is a tad rounded.