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About Five Ten Guide Tennie Hiking Shoes (For Women)

Closeouts. On long, smooth approaches and in technical terrain, Five Ten's Guide Tennie hiking shoes provide stiff and steady performance. The nubuck upper is paired with a Stealth® sticky rubber outsole and toe rand that excel at smearing and edging on technical rock.

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3.444444 5 Overall Rating: 3.4 Based on 9 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by hoosier hiker from indiana on Thursday, October 26, 2017
Good shoe. Well made. However, has a very stiff sole that does not bend with your foot. I am hoping that it will loosen up a little over time. Good on rough terrain.
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  • Terrible stiff-had to return
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bizzy Mama from California on Wednesday, June 20, 2018
    Super weird. Very uncomfortable. Had to return.
  • Not the same
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Girl who hikes from Oregon on Tuesday, April 10, 2018
    I have been buying “guide tennies” for many years. This time they are not the same. They are really stiff and clunky. The shoelaces are slick and need a double knot to stay tied. Im not to stoked on taking them on long approaches after the first few times my feet still hurt at the end of the day. They do have the nice 5.10 rubber on them but, the over all shoe is not comparable to older models.
  • Very sturdy and sticky, but quite heavy
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Alex from Houston on Monday, April 2, 2018
    Very stiff to out of the box, so there's a bit of a break-in period. Once they see some use and the sole and the uppers loosen up, they're very comfortable. Very protective all around the foot and a very sticky outsole. The thickness of the exterior and the stiffness of the sole actually help protect your feet a lot more than some of the more lightweight options -- perfect for desert climbing where all the plants and creatures are out to stab you. Of course this also means that the shoes are quite heavy and not very breathable. I really struggled walking around in loose sand and gravel because of how heavy and stiff they were, but they managed to keep sand and gravel out surprisingly well. They were very nice and cozy for 40-60 degree weather, but I don't think I would wear them in the summer.

    No real complaints so far, they're exactly what I expected them to be.
  • These aren't pure hiking shoes
    Reviewed by Chris from Arizona on Sunday, March 18, 2018
    For all of you leaving comments about them being small, stiff, and wearing out quickly, please keep in mind that these are likely hybrid rock climbing shoes and not every day wear shoes. If you are not climbing rocks, this probably isn't the pair for you. Being hybrid shoes, they should be tight, stiff, and wear quickly. Its the nature of and what is needed of this style of shoe. Given they are labeled as "Hiking Shoes" is somewhat inaccurate. Hybrid Climbing and Hiking Shoes would be more accurate.
  • Great fit but I wore out the treads pretty fast
    Reviewed by Janhuge from PA on Sunday, February 25, 2018
    I loved these shoes at first. This style of shoe is perfect for me to wear to work (building and installing cabinets), so I wore them at work only. The rubber on the bottom is pretty hard compared to other shoes like them and the mark floors easily. For some reason I usually get a lot of mileage out of my shoes, but not with these. I wore the treads off in about half the time I would’ve expected to. My shop floor is polished concrete so it’s not particularly rough.

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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.