Five Ten Spitfire Shoes

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $49.98


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Product Description

We've heard you running around town bragging about how you're the sports renaissance man. Pavement, dirt, bike, board, and slackline. If you do it all, you should take a gander at the Five Ten Spitfire Shoe. The Spitfire is just like you; it does it all. Five Ten's sticky Stealth outsole keeps you stuck to your pedals, grip tape, or nylon webbing without leaving any trace that you were there.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by g fuller a Downhiller

Date Reviewed: August 9, 2012

Strengths:    fit wide feet

comfortable

sticks to flats like glue


Weaknesses:    color fades

Bottom Line:   
bought a pair deeply discounted from BSB and was so impressed that I had to get a couple extra pairs

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Purchased At:   blue sky


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by eb5 a Weekend Warrior from Connecticut

Date Reviewed: March 8, 2012

Strengths:    Two words describe these shoes best... Sticky and comfy! Not only do these stick onto your flats like you're wearing clipless, but there also very nice looking. The spitfires run true to size, I wear 9.5 (U.S.) and they wear a perfect fit, enough room for the cold days you wear thick wool socks also. These shoes will get a lot of use both on and off the trails.

Weaknesses:    None yet

Bottom Line:   
Perfect shoe to rip thru the trails and keep on your feet when you're done. Money well spent!

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $100.00

Purchased At:   Amazon

Bike Setup:   SC Heckler

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Spitfire V2: Reasons Hammerschmidt not recommended....

Hi all, I have a V2 Spitfire (large) arriving within weeks and am considering the crankset to put on it. After some searching and reading (one example [URL="http://forums.mtbr.com/banshee-bikes/anyone-tried-hammerschmidt-spitifre-672779.html"]here[/URL]), and [URL="http://bansheebikes.com/spit ... Read More »

Spitfire V2 front derailleur?

Hi, Building up new Spitty V2s for me and my girlfriend and ran into some clearance issues with a Shimano XT E-type front mech. The rear of the cage has to be sanded down a couple of mm's to clear the upright on the swingarm it seems. Can anybody tell me any front deraillers that fit without m ... Read More »

Spitfire Ver 1: Fox Talas 100-140 FIT RLC or Marzocchi CR 170mm 2013

I’m thinking for an upgrade for my ver 1 spitfire. should i go for the 170mm marz or stay with my current fork Fox Talas 140mm?Read More »

Spitfire 142 axle compatibility

Hey all Sorry this may seem like a stupid question but... I have my spitfire on order and am trying to get the parts together for the LBS to build. Is the frame compatible with the dt swiss RWS X-12 bolt? (with the 142 dropouts of course). Thanks!Read More »

Worth waiting for the 2014 Spitfire Frame

Hey all I ordered a 2013 Spitfire frame which is due to arrive early August. Now I've found out the 2014 are due Sept/October I was wondering whether I should cancel my 2013 and just wait it out for the 2014. Was wondering what the changes are, i'm anxious to get riding one but don't mind wait ... Read More »

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