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Riders looking for understated style, serious performance, and bomber durability will appreciate the Five Ten Raven Shoe. The Raven combines Five Ten's sticky rubber sole, a nylon shank, an Action leather upper, and an asymmetrical lace cover for the performance and durability that you need to crank through season-after-hucking-season.

The Raven Shoe has a Five Ten Stealth rubber sole. Stealth rubber gives you tons of grip so your feet stay firmly planted on the pedals. This soft rubber compound also provides grip when you're off the bike scrambling up a sketchy section, and is extremely durable. No other rubber out there is as sticky and lasts as long against the offenses of the gnarly traction pins on your pedals.

If you've ever pedaled in regular shoes, you know how annoying the flexible sole feels. Five Ten gave the Raven a stiff-but-sensitive shank that provides a solid pedaling platform without taking away from pedal feel or the natural flex of the shoe. The Raven also comes with ankle padding that adds support, more direct and responsive shoe-to-pedal input, and protection in the event of a crash, and an asymmetrical lace protector that will save your laces during your ride.

The Five Ten Raven Shoe comes in Nevermore Black and is available in whole and half sizes from 6 to 12, and sizes 13 and 14.

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight:
[single, size 9] 1 lb 4.87 oz
Upper Material:
Action leather
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
Stealth S1 rubber
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year
Cleat Compatibility:

Size chart

Five Ten

US MenUS WomenEuroUKCM
  5 35 2.5 21.5
  5.5 35.5 3 22
  6 36 3.5 23
  6.5 36.5 4 23
  7 37 4.5 23.5
6 7.5 38 5 24
6.5 8 38.5 5.5 24.5
7 8.5 39 6 25
7.5 9 40 6.5 25.5
8 9.5 40.5 7 26
8.5 10 41 7.5 26.5
9 10.5 42 8 27
9.5 11 42.5 8.5 27.5
10   43 9 28
10.5   44 9.5 28.5
11   44.5 10 29
11.5   45 10.5 29.5
12   46 11 30
12.5   46.5 11.5 30.5
13   47 12 31

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Shoe Who Who

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I had a similar style of shoe from Shimano in previous years so I decided to try out the Five Ten version. These shoes are bomber, there is no doubt about that. Durable material, lace covers and thick soles add up to a beefy shoe. They aren't light but sometimes the tradeoff for light shoes is that they fall apart. These have a multitude of rides ont hem and have see ever condition imaginable and they are still holding up strong.

The only real complaint I have about these shoes is that for a 5.10 shoes, they do not walk very well. The heel in these shoes leave much to the imagination and could use some sort of heel support or at the very least, some cushioning. Any sort of hike-a-bike or bike push can quickly lead to heel rubbing if you aren't careful.

Other than that, great shoe for a low price. Good for most situations but not all. It you live somewhere that it rains a lot and the trails are muddy, the lace covers keep the mud off your laces and keep the warmth in the shoe. If you live in the desert, I would recommend something a little more breathable.


To be determined

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs large

I tried these on at Go Ride in SLC (cheaper on BC.Com). At the behest of the cat at the shop, I went with my foot size 11.5, not my street show size. He recommended a snug fit, not street/running shoe fit. I'm an 11.5 d(Medium) width foot. My first ride I was sorry I went with the smaller size as the widest part of my foot was protesting after about 3 hours. After ride 4 they feel like they're starting to loosen up a bit. I still wish I grabbed a 12. We'll see.

Love the lace covering, love the traction on the flat pedal. Not a huge fan of the 80's Reebok Nursing Shoe look...

To be determined

So end of the season, despite the fact that the heel on these feels like the inside of the shoe feels like it's made of wood, I chose to ignore this, as these shoes are not made for hiking back up sections of bike park trail. They're made for pedaling. I still wish I'd gotten a size 12 instead of an 11.5. I have a d (medium) width foot and across the widest part of my foot after several hours it would start to protest. Last couple rides we were out for 4-5 hours and my feet were fine.(Not great). I'm also happy with how these broke in with respect to sensitivity on the pedals. Great flat pedal park shoe.


Awesome Shoes

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

Great shoes for park riding. Nice and stiff, like they're supposed to be. So it may be weird walking in them, but you get used to it. All DH shoes are going to be super stiff.


!!WARNING!! These shoes are stiff!

    Out of the box, these shoes are like duct taping plywood to your feet. There is no curve to the soles; so after the heel strike, the shoe slaps to the floor. As I rock forward onto my toes , the shoe slips on the heel of my foot unless they are laced to vise-like tightness. After wearing the shoes for a month for biking and casual wear just to try to break them in, they are only slightly better. I would still be leery to wear these where even a brief hike-a-bike situation might be necessary.

    The good news is that the shoes are good on the bike. The stiff sole works well on the pedals. The rubber on the soles grips the studs on the pedals ferociously. So far, there is no sign of the soles getting torn up by the studs. The main reason I chose these shoes was that they had no perforated or ventilated leather, so they are nice and warm for cold weather. The covered laces make cleaning the shoes after a muddy ride a cinch.

    I have a pair of Shimano shoes for warmer weather that have a very stiff sole. They are much easier to walk in because of the curve built into the sole. I think Five Ten missed the mark here.