Five Ten Minnaar Shoes

4.25/5 (4 Reviews)
MSRP : $85.95


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Product Description

Former World Champion and World Cup winner Greg Minnaar, asked Five Ten to build him some new shoes. The Five Ten Minnaar Shoe is the result. It's an SPD compatible shoe that works as well on the mountain as it does at the local taco joint. Either way, the black and white stylings look sharp.The Minnaar Shoe has, of course, Five Ten Stealth rubber for the sole. Only this time, it's not black as we'd expect, but red. Not to worry, it's just as sticky and you can expect secure traction even if you use them on flat pedals. One of the inherent qualities of Five Ten rubber is the durability. No other rubber out there is as sticky and lasts as long against the offenses of the gnarly traction pins on your pedals. If you plan to use the Minnaar Shoe with SPD pedals, you'll simply need to remove the cleat pocket cover and replace it with your cleat, clip in and go! Clipless pedals will allow you to start faster and have more security over rough terrain. And the Minnaars have a stiff enough midsole to complement the additional performance of clipless pedals.The uppers are a combo of black and white action leather. All of the seams are double stitched for durability. And we really like that the lace eyelets have metal grommets. So they'll lace up more easily, and tensioning the shoe before a downhill run is quicker and more thorough down the forefoot. To top it all off, a velcro strap is used to secure the midfoot, and it keeps the laces under control and out of your chain.The Five Ten Minnaar Shoe is Black and White and comes in half sizes from men's 7 through 12, with a full size jump to 13.


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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Bob Mc

Date Reviewed: September 13, 2013

Strengths:    Shoes Look really good, feel wonderful on and off the bike. For casual run to the store trips, they fit the bill, but for an exclusive one shoe does it all; no.

Weaknesses:    On longer trips, after about 10-15 miles there is enough flex in the sole, to start tearing my feet up. Heavy and thick walls, not breathing well.

Bottom Line:   
Had high hope for this good looking shoe; but not a serious bike shoe. Still trying to find a replacement for my old Nike Kato's

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Rumblefisher

Date Reviewed: June 21, 2012

Strengths:    Very comfortable

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Great shoes, very comfortable. Great for any type of riding.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by AZGroundPound3r a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: May 29, 2012

Strengths:    Quality materials and construction, looks good, fits large foot.

Weaknesses:    Does not breathe well, heavy.

Bottom Line:   
All in all a very well built shoe. its pretty stiff, and comfortable. good all mountain shoe, as well as DH/FR

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Price Paid:    $130.00

Purchased At:   price point


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by selagross123456 a Downhiller from israel

Date Reviewed: June 3, 2011

Strengths:    this shoe is a bit heavy but very comftable and strong .


Weaknesses:    non

Bottom Line:   
this shoe is one of the shoes in the world , for me it's very fun and good to ride whit it .

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Favorite Trail:   manara - misgav

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $150.00

Purchased At:   chain reaction cycle

Similar Products Used:   bontrager rl


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Problem unclipping with 5.10 Minnaar

I just bought the 5.10 minnaar have used them for three rides and have a lot of problems clipping out of the pedal. I have crank brothers candy pedals. The cleats are installed on as front as they can be installed. I really love the shoes but I had some silly crashes due to unclipping. Do I need ... Read More »

Video of Minnaar and the Syndicate Team at the Worlds

Great video of the Syndicate Team at the 2012 Worlds in Leogang, Austria. What the video doesn't capture is the team spirit wthin the Syndicate, the leadership that Rob Roskopp provides or the hard work by Doug Hatfield to keep those bikes in perfect working order or how Kathy Sessler somehow manage ... Read More »

Video of Santa Cruz's Greg Minnaar: 2012 World Championship

Nice video of Greg Minnaar and the rest of the Santa Cruz Syndicate Team at the 2012 Worlds. Congrats to Greg and the entire Syndicate Team that made the World Cup season and Worlds possible: [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WasUVkjJTIg]BIKESKILLS Instructor Greg Minnaar 2012 DH World Champion - ... Read More »

Greg Minnaar rides a 'cross bike...

Don't know if anyone's seen this, but I enjoyed it. The footage starting about 2:45 is pretty impressive, but then again, it's [I]Greg Minnaar[/I]. The Greg Edit from Bikeparks.co.za on Vimeo. LosRead More »

Five Ten Minnaar - Pedals

Hi! I just bought the Five Ten Minnaar shoes, but when I did my practice yesterday I felt a little pain in my feets. Just in the place of the pedals are in the sole. My pedals right now are the Crank Brothers Candy. Is it possible that these pedals make me feel pain because they have not pl ... Read More »

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