PinkBike.com had nothing but good things to say about our 2011 line of DH/FR shoes. "When Five Ten stormed onto the scene ten years ago they really transformed the world of flat pedals. Back then the Impacts were the only shoes available ... Now the range of shoes aimed at riders has increased massively, as well as carrying much improved styling and now there are even SPD shoes available for those who prefer to be clipped to the bike."
Jon Cardwell article on DPM.com "Motivated by several emails and some amazing photos Jon Cardwell made a trip to Brazil and came back with a handful of double-digit FA’s."
Hooray Sonnie—you rock in any language!
From the very (very) beginning, I've worn Five Ten Shoes, nearly 15 years now. I have climbed hundreds of first ascents in them all over the world, from 5.9 - 5.14d. Some notable, others not as much. But a sense of pride goes into each new climb, no matter what. And I'm proud to announce that yesterday evening [ed. note: Sunday, Sept. 19] I made the first ascent of the a new route to the top of the Second Summit here in Squamish. It's called the "Intrepid Traverse", 4 pitches, 5.13c. What...
Inquiring minds want to know … what exactly is this BIVERing business?! Not quite deep water solo-ing, not quite shallow water bouldering, "bivering" is a type of bouldering we here in MoabLandia do over the Colorado river! The term was coined by photographer and five ten athlete Eric Odenthal: b-ouldering + over the r-iver = "bivering"! ;-)
Ivan Luengo shares these images. For more information and photos from Ivan, visit his website.