5.10 Day is Here: MTB Shoes are on Sale from $56

Are you Team Flats or Team Clip-in?
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If you’re a mountain biker, you are very aware of the brand Five Ten. You may very well already own a pair (or five) of Five Ten mountain bike shoes. The classic Five Ten Freerider became popular among flat pedal riders thanks to their sticky Stealth rubber soles and skate-inspired style. And starting today, you can enjoy 5.10 Day with 25% off all Five Ten shoes and gear. Offer valid 05/10-05/16.

Save on the newest Five Ten shoe styles that feature recycled content, modern grey colorways, and a more seamless, welded look. Plus, some past season styles are priced up to 60% off!

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Five Ten Freerider Pro

$160.00 | $64.00 – $120.00 sale

The Five Ten Freerider Pro is pro. This is the shoe that put Five Ten on the map thanks to its crazy grippy sole and just the right amount of support and protection for trail riding. It’s also a good looking shoe and one that lets others know you’re a rider.

Two styles of the women’s Freerider Pro are marked down to just $64. All styles of the original Freerider shoes, including the newest grey tones, are also 25% off or $83 ($110 MSRP, shop men’s and women’s).

Five Ten Trailcross

$120.00 – $165.00 | $56.00 – $120.00 sale

With running-shoe styling, the flat pedal Trailcross LT and Trailcross XT shoes have a more flexible sole than the Freeriders, which is ideal for hike-a-bike situations. The newer versions of the Trailcross LT are made in part with recycled materials (like the Trailcross XT) and have a streamlined, modern look with welded seams. All styles of the Trailcross LT for women have been marked down substantially.

The Trailcross Clip-in shoe has the same styling and rubber sole. These are on sale for $124 (reg. $165).

It’s worth noting that two of our testers found the fit to be narrow on the Trailcross XT and Clip-in shoes.

Five Ten Kestrel Boa

$230.00 | $173.00 sale

The Five Ten Kestrel Boa is the brand’s first XC mountain bike shoe and we’ve found they offer a good blend of stiffness and durable without feeling heavy. Looking at the Kestrel Boa, it’s clear it’s a Five Ten with bold styling and quality construction. The Boa dial keeps the Kestrels secure while the chunky tread digs into loose soil, whether you’re riding trail or gravel.

Five Ten Sleuth

$90.00 | $68.00 sale

The Five Ten Sleuth is a casual and versatile mountain biker’s shoe. This skate-style shoe gets the job done for casual bike rides and offers the most flexible soles in the Five Ten flat pedal shoe lineup. If you dig the Samba-Skater-vibes, you’ll likely find yourself wearing the Sleuths off the bike a lot!

Five Ten Hellcat Pro

$180.00 | $135.00 sale

This is one of our favorite clipless shoes thanks to its simple styling and flat, grippy sole. The Five Ten Hellcat Pro is a medium-stiff shoe that offers decent protection without feeling like a boat anchor.