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Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) New

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Think comfort and breathability. The Guide Tennie Canvas features a Sandwich Mesh lining that maximizes breathability, cushioning and durability. What you get is the climbing precision of the Smedge Zone Toe with our athletic ErgoNomic (ErgoGuide) last for walking and climbing performance.

Features

  • Sandwich Mesh lining that maximizes breathability, cushioning and durability. What you get is the climbing precision of the Smedge Zone Toe with our athletic ErgoNomic (ErgoGuide) last for walking and climbing performance.

Gender: Men's
Weight: (Size 9) 14.1 oz / 402 g Each
Shoe Upper: Canvas
Shoe Sole: Stealth C4
Season: F14 S15
Vendor ProductId: GUIDE TENNIE CANVAS
Review ProductId: 28281

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Five TenGuide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013
 
4.4

(based on 7 reviews)

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86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (4)
  • Comfortable (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

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    • Was this a gift?:
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5.0

Super Glue Shoes!! A+++

By Krecicki

from Las Vegas, NV

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Firm fitting
  • Solid Tough Design
  • Super Glue Bottoms

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

  • Rock scrambling

Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

I do a lot of rock scrambling/climbing/desert running at Red Rock & Calico Basin in Las Vegas. I shot a GoPro video that is attached using the shoes.

I just bought my second pair of them after climbing and running in the desert canyons after 1 year, over 400 miles climbed and jogged in them.

Rock Creek is the only one that had my size too. Great people and they sent a free hat.

I go for 2-6 hour scramble/climb/runs and they are perfect for every terrain I run on and lose rocks.

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5.0

Great Shoe

By zbuecker

from Baltimore, MD

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfy
  • Easily broken in
  • Light
  • Sticky

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Aid Climbing
    • Easy Climbing
    • Hiking

    Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

    I bought the guide tennies to wear for my first big wall. Recieved them the week before the route and by the time I hiked the approach trail they were broken in and fit like a glove. Spent 3 days on the wall (aid climbing) in them and was very comfortable. Because they are so light they are not extreamly durable (ripped a small hole on the approach trail) but they still seem like they are going to last a long time. Would definitely recommend them to anyone. 5.10 makes quality products. Ive never been dissapointed.

    The sizing on these shoes is slightly different from any other 5.10's ive had. Typically wear a 7.5 (US) climbing shoe for a snug comfortable edging fit. The guide tennies I ended up getting a 7 and they were still slightly bigger than I would have liked but probably is for the better with feet swelling slightly during climbing.

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    4.0

    Super light, comfortable, and Vegan!

    By Cranky Vegan

    from San Diego

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • 510 Quality
    • Colorful Not Obnoxious
    • Light
    • Multi-purpose
    • Not Brown
    • Sticky soles
    • Super comfortable
    • Vegan

    Cons

    • May Not Keep You Dry

    Best Uses

    • Bouldering
    • Casual
    • Day hikes
    • Dry Approaches
    • Everyday
    • Work

    Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

    I've been wearing the 5.10 Camp Four approach shoe for years. My wife thinks they look clunky. I prefer vegan shoes. The canvas Guide Tennie had the same 'out-of-the-box' comfort, style, and performance features, minus the gore-tex/leather. I'm too old to bother when things get really wet anyway, so I opted for these. They are incredibly light, super comfortable, and my wife thinks they're super cute on me. I may end up with another pair of Camp Four's anyway..
    The soles are sticky, but pretty then/flat/featureless. I love sticky rubber on water shoes, but will have to wait and see how long they last on these.

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    2.0

    Not satisfied

    By Jim the climber

    from Bozeman, MT

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

    The product did not feel robust enough for what I expect from an approach shoe. I read many reviews online that tauted the performance and durability of the Guide Tennie, but I didn't see or feel it in the construction. I returned the shoes and bought the La Sportiva Boulder X, which I am currently wearing and have been satisfied with.

     
    5.0

    Prrrfect!

    By Justin

    from Los Angeles, CA

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Hiking
        • Scrambling
        • Walking

        Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

        I wanted to find the perfect shoe for a memorable week in Yosemite and these did the trick. Grippy and durable, snug and warm even when wet. I did replace the insoles with super feet for added support which worked great for our 14 hour hike to the Half Dome summit and back.

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        5.0

        Great shoe

        By MTB Lover

        from Woodstock, GA

        Pros

        • Lightweight
        • Sticky
        • Stylish

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Biking
          • Every day

          Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

          The Guide Tennie is an awesome shoe. I've had a pair of the normal style for a year now as my every day shoe and they are super comfortable and have shown no wear. I bought the Canvas version for my wife as a mountain bike shoe and she loves them, too. I just got some of the Canvas style for me and can say that they are stiffer than the other upper option, but they also breathe better.

           
          5.0

          Great stuff

          By Trudger

          from Who knows

          Pros

          • Comfertable
          • Durable
          • Great grip
          • Light

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Five Ten Guide Tennie Canvas Shoe (Men's) 2013:

              These shoes are great. I personally can not think of any negative aspect of them at all. They have amazing grip and have thus far proven insanely durable.

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              • Q:

                I see that the Guide Tennie comes in canvas as well as nubuck leather. Is there a huge difference in the quality between the 2? Is the canvas less supportive? I have 2 pair of the nubuck style, but really like the color of the canvas tennis (CA Sun) Is the CA Sun leather version as yellow as pictures I've seen online?
                Asked on 12/25/2014 by Kevin

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                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  The CA sun is honestly more of a bronze -- the bright yellow you're seeing along with our alternate images is a past-season color. As for the shoe itself, the only difference is the fabric on the outside of the shoe. You shouldn't notice any difference in terms of support, but the canvas won't be as hard-wearing as the nubuck. These have been updated several times in the past two years, so there may be some minor differences between these and the pairs you already have.

                  Answered on 12/29/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
              • Q:

                I see there are two types of Guide Tennie. The charcoal/lime looks a little more sporty than the gun steele blue (which looks more rugged and protective, perhaps heavier?). What are the differences between these shoes, and my main question is, which shoe would be better for indoor ball hockey played on a basketball/type court. The shoe needs to be low-profile (low heel), and able to handle lateral movement as well as provide the foot with protection from the hazards of the game.
                Asked on 8/4/2014 by Gabe from Gaithersburg, MD

                1 answer

                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  There's actually not a significant difference in terms of supportiveness between the two models. Most of the change was to the way the toe cap wraps around the front of the shoe. For some reason, the different photos exaggerate what is really a minor in-line change to this model!

                  Answered on 8/18/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
              • Q:

                does this shoe have a removable insole? I have a custom orthotic that I will need to wear inside the shoe.
                Asked on 4/28/2014 by peter from Kittery Maine

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                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  Yes! Your orthotic should work fine. We fit lots of these and other hiking/approach shoes with Superfeet in our shop.

                  Answered on 5/6/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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