Lace up your Five Ten Hellcat Shoes and clip in to your mountain bike knowing you'll have secure footing when traversing the mandatory hike-a-bike. While your bros slip and tiptoe around the sketchy section in their hard-rubber soled, metal spiked, road-bike-based kicks, your Stealth-Rubber-equipped Hellcats grip the terrain like dedicated approach shoes.
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After blowing through a pair of pearl Izumi xalp elites in roughly six months, I decided the minnars were the ticket for durability. I pretty much always run the metal beater blockers, now know as the shoe blockers on the CB site. That generally takes care of the shim/shoe tread issues. Not in this ... Read More »
Looking into getting some 510s, really like the way the Hellcat and Minaar look, and also that they have the velcro strap at the top. I know they are SPD shoes but would it be all that wrong to run them with flats? They have a piece that plugs the SPD whole, it screws it like they could be meant to ... Read More »
I'm just getting into biking and am looking to pick up a bike specific shoe. My bike has platform pedals that I'm probably going to be using for a while, although I would like to go clipless in the future. In searching the forum I've seen that Impacts come highly recommended, I was going to pick som ... Read More »
I'm shopping for a "sneaker" style spd shoe. My shoe size is 12.5 2e (wide)
The 5.10 Hellcat looks wide. Anyone have these shoes?
Would you say they are more wide than narrow?
Any other recommendations are welcome.
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I'm going to give flats a try after years of clipless. I know Five Ten Impacts are really popular with flats, but I tried on a pair, and they felt overly puffy to me. Is anyone running the [URL="http://fiveten.com/products/footwear-detail/10104-hellcat-spd"]Hellcat SPD[/URL] with flats?Read More »