Five Ten Impact Low Shoes

0/5 (0 Reviews)
MSRP : $120.00

  • Store Price
    Buy Now
    Buy Now
    Buy Now
    Buy Now
    Buy Now
    Buy Now

Product Description

Don't fall for it when someone tells you to ride your big bike clipped in 'so you won't slip off'. Just get the Five Ten Men's Impact 2 Low Mountain Bike Shoesand a good pair of flat pedals, and tear the trail a new one. Doesn't matter whether you dirt jump, freeride, or race downhill--these Five Ten shoes keep you glued to the pedals and still give you the freedom to bail when things go way wrong. The secret is Five Ten's ultra-sticky Stealth S1 rubber, and the input Five Ten gets from riders l

There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review

5.10 Impact Low Break-in

New rider here, first post. I'm looking to pick up some shoes more suitable to trail riding than my current beat-up cross trainers. I ordered 5.10 Impact Lows, no one sells them locally here. I sized up some since I have wide feet and these don't come in anything but medium. Even with ... Read More »

Five Ten Impact Low shoes on sale - all sizes

Been lookin for some Five Ten Low impacts for a while but never see them under 100 bucks unless stupid big or small sizes. found em with most sizes good to go and 66 bucks with free shipping. thought id share. just bagged me a pair. Note i wear a 10 adidas but ride 10.5 in five tens. so run a tad ... Read More »

Would you class mountain bikes low or high impact for the forest/bush environment?

I read a lot of talk that mountain biking is high impact for the forest and bush and i dont agree. I can see and agree that dirt bikes, quad bikes and 4wd are high impact, but there is no way in my opinion that standard Mountain bikes being ridden along trails is high impact to the environmental si ... Read More »

Five Ten Impact 2 Low for $70

at blue sky cycling [url=] - Five Ten Impact 2 Low Shoes[/url]Read More »

5.10 Impact Low for XC

I mostly ride XC and was considering buying clipless shoes from REI, then I read through the reviews on this site for the 5.10 Impact Low. Would these shoes be beneficial for XC or just downhill/freeride? Do they help at all with upstroke?Read More »

Read More »




MTBR on Facebook