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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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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CCDB Inline for a Banshee Spitfire.

I am thinking about a new shock for my Banshee. No real reason particularly but i like to try out different kit. I had done a lot of reading and i think i'm gonna go with the new CCDB Inline, but i cant find a base tune on their site. No rear problem but i'm wondering if anyone else id running on ... Read More »

Spitfire (V1) shock advice

Currently running a Fox RP23 with Low vel tune and low reb tune and 200lb boost valve setting. I'm about 210lbs and would like a little plusher feel if possible. Any recommendations for a replacement shock? I get that having mine pushed might be the best route or buying a CCDB Air but I would like a ... Read More »

650b Spitfire vs Warden

I've been on a spitfire for about 9 months now. I had downsized from a Rune V2 because it was more bike than I needed 95% of the time, but I did love how it plowed through the gnar and steep + sketchy stuff. The spitfire has been a great trail bike, especially on longer days, but even with 20 mm l ... Read More »

Bronson vs. Banshee Spitfire V2

I posted this in the Banshee forum but thought I'd post here to get opinions from a different demographic... On paper, the [URL="http://www.bansheebikes.com/bikes_page/banshee-spitfire-mountian-bike/"]Spitfire[/URL] and [url=http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/en/us/bronson]Santa Cruz Bronson[/url] ... Read More »

Spitfire V2 vs. Bronson

On paper, the [URL="http://www.bansheebikes.com/bikes_page/banshee-spitfire-mountian-bike/"]Spitfire[/URL] and [url=http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/en/us/bronson]Santa Cruz Bronson[/url] have almost completely identical geometry. Comparing a size L Spitty (in neutral) to a Bronson, the ETT is S 2 ... Read More »

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