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COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a pair of Five Ten Quantum VCS

WINNER: LDJ

For the redevelopment of the classic Quantum we worked with the Huber brothers, Alex and Thomas, to develop an all-around performance shoe for any climbing setting. We started with a Stealth® C4™ outsole, our most versatile compound, to create a shoe which can tackle a diverse range of climbs with many different angles and rock types.

The Quantum VCS in action on Black Rhino, 125 kb
The Quantum VCS in action on Black Rhino
© Rob Greenwood

The shoe has a stiff midsole and lined Clarino synthetic upper, so it stays comfortable for extended periods of wear. The tongue is a perforated ariaprene, which conforms to the foot and provides unmatched breathability. The Quantum is built on a new last; it is slightly downturned and a bit wider than our traditional downturned lasts allowing your foot to sit in a more natural position. The Velcro closure offers comfort and ease of entry.

Features:

  • Stealth® C4™ rubber outsole (4mm)
  • Lined synthetic Clarino upper – No stretch
  • Velcro closure system
  • Wider last
  • Ariaprene tongue
  • Stiffness – Stiff
  • Vegan
  • Weight per shoe- (men's size 9) 9.1oz/259g
  • Sizing – Men's UK: 4-12
  • Good for: Sport climbing, bouldering, hard trad, indoor climbing.

Quantum VCS 3, 159 kb

Quantum VCS 4, 130 kb

For your chance to win a pair of Quantum VCS simply answer the question below.

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