The Five Ten Newton is comfortable, supportive and features a sticky Stealth Onyxx sole. The Newton has been in Five Ten's range for a long time and not without reason. It is the stiffest shoe that they make with a highly supportive midsole and sole designed for cracks, slabs and all-day routes. Think big doses of performance and comfort for long routes.
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Five Ten's patented S-Lacing and padded tongue gives a comfortable glove-like fit across a range of foot shapes. A stiff mid-sole provides edging power and all day support when you're a half dozen pitches off the deck and only half way to the summit. Lined Perfalon uppers are highly breathable and stretch resistant, with sticky Stealth Onyxx outsoles for durability and high-friction dependability. Sadly it has been discontinued and we only have a limited number at this great price, get them while you can!
'The Newton looks old school, and is billed as an all-dayer for cracks and slabs, but when the rubber hits the rock it performs. I wore this shoe on sport climbs to 5.12+, boulder problems to V7 and on a 2,000-foot 5.10 trad climb, and I never felt shorted, except on foot pain.' Rock & Ice Issue 189
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