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Five Ten Camp Four Mid Hiking Boots - Nubuck (For Men)

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Overview

About Five Ten Camp Four Mid Hiking Boots - Nubuck (For Men)

Closeouts. Designed to tackle all terrain with ease, Five Ten's Camp Four Mid hiking boots feature a sticky Stealth® S1 rubber outsole with increased lug height, flexible Strobel construction and a tough, moisture-resistant nubuck upper. To-the-toe lacing, a mid-top ankle cuff and a molded polyurethane heel cup provide extended support around the ankle and foot whether you're navigating long trails or steep, rocky terrain.

Specs

Specs about Five Ten Camp Four Mid Hiking Boots - Nubuck (For Men)

  • Gusseted tongue
  • Upper: Nubuck and synthetic
  • Lining: Polyester
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
  • Outsole: Stealth® rubber
  • Height: 5"
  • Heel height: 1-1/4"
  • Weight (pair): 2 lb. 2 oz.
  • All specs based on size 10
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Hiking Footwear Guide
  • US shipments only

Reviews

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3.800000 5 Overall Rating: 3.8 Based on 10 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Lightweight in a good way
Reviewed by Home for Wayward Trout from Oregon on Saturday, May 26, 2018
The left toe of my 25 year old Zamberlans blew apart and I was looking for a new pair of lightweight Italian hiking boots. Because I expected to be able to repair the Zamberlans I didn't want to spend too much on a second pair of boots.
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  • Comfortable toe box
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kurt from PA on Saturday, August 4, 2018
    Nice, mid-weight hikers - tougher than nylon fabric light-weight, but lighter than heavy duty boots. Width listed as medium, but not too narrow like many "medium" width boots - good room in the toe box. Ladder-style lacing is a little more work than simple criss-cross, but holds tightness well.
  • Spectacularly Un-waterproof
    Reviewed by Geezer 74 from Boston area on Wednesday, June 27, 2018
    These are apparently well-made shoes with spectacular grip, particularly on wet rocks. However, this advantage is negated by how easily soaked they are, how uncomfortable they are when soaked, and how long they stay that way. They are not only un-waterproof, they are un-waterproofable with mink oil. What a disappointment.
  • Solid Lightweight Hiking Boots
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ryder Buddy from New Jersey on Monday, June 25, 2018
    These boots are comfortable yet sturdy in a lightweight design. Haven't taken them for spin on trails yet but walkabouts around the yard in them so far make me a fan. Good price too.
  • Good hiking boot
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lag from North Vancouver on Monday, June 4, 2018
    I was looking at a few options and when I came across these five tens, I read some reviews and people talked highly about them. The price was great so I went for them & I put them for a test this past weekend. They are a bit on the heavy side but nothing crazy, and I know that's because of the sole. They are very grippy on dry surfaces and hold my ankle very nicely. The toe cover came in handy once or twice. If anything my only issue is that your foot can feel the laces when you bend your toes walking but you get used it it very quickly as it is not uncomfortable.
  • Lightweight in a good way
    Reviewed by Home for Wayward Trout from Oregon on Saturday, May 26, 2018
    The left toe of my 25 year old Zamberlans blew apart and I was looking for a new pair of lightweight Italian hiking boots. Because I expected to be able to repair the Zamberlans I didn't want to spend too much on a second pair of boots.
    I settled on these Five Tens (which are not Italian and not full leather) and it was eye opening to me how lightweight the new boots can be. I used them last week for a week in Yosemite and they performed well. The soles are stickier than a vibram which is a welcome change. I doubt they will last 25 years but I doubt my hiking career will last that long either. My only negative criticism is that they don't breathe nearly as well as a high quality boot with an upper made from full leather inner and outer.
    I expect that the Zamberlans will now be relegated to gardening and shoveling snow. They have gotten a little small over the last 25 years but they sure make good boots.

Question & Answer

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  • “I'm looking for some 5.10's for MTB. These look like a decent cheaper substitute. Anyone have any experience using these on your bike? How do they compare in grip/weight to the designated MTB shoes?”
    Asked by trey from houston on 9/20/2018 8:21:22 AM
    • These are not designed to be used with bikes.
      Answered on 9/21/2018 11:44:17 AM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Are this shoes breathable?”
    Asked by jo from mn on 1/1/2018 7:36:10 PM
    • These boots are not constructed with mesh panels or other breathable materials. However, they are no less breathable that other boots of similar construction. It will probably be more a function of how much your feet perspire and the environment that you use them in. The only way to find out if they will work for you is to order a pair.
      Answered on 1/2/2018 9:04:48 AM by AZ_Hiker from Flagstaff
  • “Would this boot last on concrete surfaces? I guess, I'm saying would they be good to work in? I wear size 12 , would I need a 13?”
    Asked by Benjamin from TX on 12/19/2017 10:55:41 AM
    • Depends on what kind of work you do. They're fairly sturdy, good support, decent cushion. Sizing was accurate on my 12s. Order a pair and see for yourself.
      Answered on 12/19/2017 11:15:52 AM by AZ_Hiker from Flagstaff
    • There's probably better more sturdy booys out there for holding up on concrete. These boots have a softish rubber outsole to grip rocks when hiking. But that said, I haven't owned theseboots long enough to testify to their durability. I would buy your correct size. In the past I have owned 5 10 shoes and they ran small, but these are pretty true to size if not a little big.
      Answered on 12/19/2017 3:05:12 PM by Tuckerman from Cool, Ca

About Five Ten

Five Ten is a family-owned company dedicated to producing superior climbing shoes, approach shoes and outdoor footwear. Founded by veteran rock climber Charles Cole in 1985, Five Ten has been reinventing the climbing shoe since day one. Starting by creating an all-new, high-friction rubber compound for shoe soles that he would later dub "Stealth," Cole set out to enhance gripping power and make rock climbing safer in the process. Today, Five Ten climbing shoes like the Anasazi slipper and Prima shoe are worn by some of the world’s best rock climbers. In fact, even endorsed climbers who are paid to wear shoes by other companies resole with Five Ten's Stealth climbing soles. When it comes to performance on the rock face, few other companies hold a candle to Five Ten shoes.