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Five Ten Quantum

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For the redevelopment of the classic Five Ten Quantum, Five Ten worked with the Huber brothers, Alex and Thomas, to develop an all-around high performance climbing shoe for almost any climbing setting.

As the Huber’s tackle a diverse range of climbs with many different angles and rock textures, Stealth C4™ was chosen as the outsole as it is the most versatile and adaptable compound. The climbing shoe has a stiff midsole designed to hold an edge, whilst the upper is a Clarino synthetic lined with a micro fibre synthetic, meaning it holds its shape whilst remaining comfortable for extended periods of wear. The tongue is a perforated ariaprene, which conforms to the foot and provides superb breathability, above this a speed-lacing system provides super-quick on-off.

The Five Ten Quantum is built on a new last; it is slightly downturned and a bit wider at the fore-foot than Five Ten’s traditional downturned lasts, allowing your foot to sit in a more natural (flatter) position.


  • Colour: Blue
  • Lining: Clarino Micro Fibre
  • Midsole: Thermoplastic and EVA
  • Outsole: Stealth C4
  • Upper: Synthetic
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Last: Asymmetric
  • Closure: Lace
  • Weight: 454g (UK 8)

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Roberto B.

Hello, i recently bought also

Hello, i recently bought also FiveTen Verdon along with Quantum which I haven't tried yet but Verdon are comfortable and nice besides being precise and supportive to feet therefore less tiring compared to less structured shoes on tiny edges and little holes, maybe isn't a shoe for high performances on single pitches routes but certainly works well on sustained multiple pitches itineraries. Hope my words can help you, as soon as I'll try the Quantum I'll send you my impressions although I can already tell they must be precise and sentive also on high difficulties, I took them a bit tight for myself but aren't uncomfortable and I like the way they swaddle my foot. Best regards, Roberto