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Five TenFreerider Pro Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Item # FVT002C

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Freerider Pro Cycling Shoe

Built with durable, low-profile uppers and an impact-resistant toe box, the Freerider Pro Cycling Shoes are ideal for enduro and all-mountain riding. The sticky Stealth rubber keeps your feet confidently planted on the pedals when you're charging down steep chutes and chunky rock gardens, and the medium-flex construction offers a nice balance between on-bike responsiveness and off-bike comfort.

  • An all-mountain shoe built for flat pedal shredding
  • Stealth rubber grips the pedals with confidence
  • Constructed with tough, quick-drying uppers
  • Reinforced toe box guards your feet against impacts
  • Comfortable Ortholite liner cushions and supports
  • Medium-flex midsole for a responsive ride feel
  • Casual style looks good on and off the bike
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
Upper Material
synthetic with impact-resistant Poron toe box
padded textile
medium-flex molded EVA
Stealth S1 rubber with dotty tread pattern
Recommended Use
enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Best Bike Shoes Out There

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I wrote the following review for Outdoor Prolink:

A good mountain bike shoe can make the difference between an amazing day of riding and a frustrating day of slips and blisters. I recently put the 5.10 Freerider Pro to the test while using it nearly every day for a few months on the trails surrounding Boulder Colorado.

I tested the Freerider Pro primarily on the mountain bike trails near Boulder Colorado, but I was able to get a weekend in at the amazing IMBA trails at Curt Gowdy State Park in Wyoming. I have the amazing privilege of mountain biking as part of my job, so every day while at work I would change out of my regular hiking boots and lace up my 5.10 Freerider Pros. I would then head out on a mountain bike patrol of one of the local trails. Some rides were 15 miles of sunshine and dry trail conditions and some rides were 7 miles of mud and puddles. Over the course of the last two months I put almost 500 miles on my Freeriders. I’ve smashed my toes on rocks and roots, hiked my bike more times than I’d like to admit, and ridden these shoes in a variety of weather and trail conditions.

Right out of the box the 5.10 Freerider Pros felt amazing on my feet. This initial feeling only improved with time. They’re as comfortable as just about any shoe I own. Not only are they comfortable, I think these shoes look great! Most outdoor gear is trending in the direction of having very bright color options, but not these 5.10 shoes. For someone who prefers earthen tones to the usual neon outdoor clothing, the more muted colors on the 5.10 Freerider Pros made me feel right at home. The Freerider Pro features a weather-resistant synthetic upper and an impact-resistant toe box. The impact-resistant toe box saved my toes on multiple run-ins with roots and rocks. The weather-resistant and durable upper shoe shows few signs of wear after months of riding and kept my feet dry on all but the wettest days. In my opinion the 5.10 Stealth S1 outsole is the best all-mountain outsole on the market. I never had a doubt about whether my shoes would slip off the pedals. Not only do you feel secure when riding, but these shoes are great for hiking in too. I know you’re supposed to stay in the saddle, but sometimes you just have to push your bike!

Despite my shower of praise for the 5.10 Freerider Pro, I do have a few areas the shoe could improve. First, the ventilation: these shoes are hot and don’t breathe very well. If your feet sweat a lot, you’ll need some thin socks to avoid wet feet. My feet rarely sweat, but wearing my usual wool socks I could feel them getting hot after shorter rides on warm days. Second, the laces on these shoes could improve. They aren’t very durable and they are hard to sufficiently tighten. Luckily laces are cheap and easy to replace!

As an added bonus, you can feel good about buying 5.10 and Adidas products. Adidas is regularly listed in the top 10 among the 100 most sustainable companies in the world. In addition, Adidas partners with multiple global NGOs focused on reducing ocean and air pollution.

All in all, the 5.10 Freerider Pros are my new go-to mountain biking shoes, and I’ll continue to use them for years to come. When they finally wear out, I’ll replace them with the exact same shoe. The 5.10 Freerider Pro is the closest thing on the market to a perfect mountain biking shoe. A few small tweaks and I’d call it perfected. Cheers to you, 5.10 design team!

Best Bike Shoes Out There

Phenomenal shoes!!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

let me first say , i did my research , i looked and looked for the best posible shoes out there and this was it, i already rode the shoes a few times on my Trek and it sticks like glue, i did some downhill , some technical areas and had absolutely no trouble, 10/10 , would recommend to anyone , bike on!!!! P.s. true to size

It’s Perfect! I Purchased 2 Pairs!!

  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 11

Great Fit, Great Grip, And Great Looking Shoes!!

It’s Perfect! I Purchased 2 Pairs!!


  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These Five Ten Free Rider Pro are true to size and look and feel great all day long. I have paired them up with a Nuke Proof Scout 29'er and some Race Face Chesters and they are the whip. They are super sticky and no slippage on rocky terrain....


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

Great shoe. Crazy grippy. Can’t beat it. May look for additional ankle support if they still make this in a high top.

True to size

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

A lot of review say to order a half size or more bigger. I wouldn't recommend that and I have a slightly wide foot, I ordered a half size bigger and had to take them back. should have just ordered my normal size

Best platform pedal shoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 12

I’ve been riding 5.10 for years. My last pair served me well for 3 seasons and felt sticky the whole time, but fresh rubber literally feels like glue. I forgot how sticky these are when new. I’ll never ride another brand as long as I’m on platforms.

Size 14, First ride just now, SO SO GOOD

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Coming off brooks tennis shoes and having never owned a mountain bike specific shoe. I researched the market and bought the black/red freerider pro in sz 14 two days ago.

Just finished the first couple hour ride, and had to give a review. The rubber is SO sticky and the sole is so much stiffer than a tennis shoe. Using these paired with my Deity flats are absolutely amazing.

Wonderful purchase, way more grip/confidence, way more pedal efficiency, they're comfortable, and they look awesome in person...feeling of very high quality and durable. If you're in doubt, jump on it! They run true to size. You won't regret it!!! Can't wait to put more miles on these :)


  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Great flat pedal shoes for enduro ride. Nice stiff sole and sticks to the pedals. Average when it comes to hiking your bike up hills. For flat pedal shoes, it's still one of the best on the market right now.

Best Flat Shoe Out

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been super impressed with these shoes so far. I have been using the Freerider Canvas shoes by Five Ten for the past few years and while they were good, I was looking for something a bit more performance-based rather than a glorified skate shoe. The Freerider Pros are a slimmed down, stiffer version which is great for someone looking to pedals uphill as much as descend without clipless pedals. The soles have that grip that I've come to love with passed FIve Ten shoes as well.

Comfort and Performance

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Five Ten has many flat pedal shoe options, but this one in my mind is the best. The Stealth rubber sole grips the pedals a perfect amount. The soles are not as sticky as the Freerider Contacts, which I actually prefer as I am able to micro adjust my foot if my placement is not quite right. I also prefer the stiffness of this model and outside material vs the traditional Freerider model, as the sole is stiffer and the upper is not canvas giving it more support, easier to clean, and slightly water resistant. I've put over 100 days in these shoes so far and while there is some slight separation happening between the edge of the shoe and the sole, the sole has held up to harsh pedals spikes and long hike a bikes. I would highly recommend especially if you are switching from clipless and prefer a stiffer shoe.

Best so far

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

I have had 2 previous generation pairs of Freeriders, and these are by far the best. I like that they are slimmed down, and easy to clean. Grip is classic 5:10. Like them so much that I wear them as casual shoes quite a bit too.

Enhanced looks w/ 5.10 quality

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just retired my Impact Pros after a couple of years of use. I have been stoked on the Freerider Pro...they are light, provide tons of grip, and have a reinforced toe for rock strikes. They can be a little warm on hot days but a small compromise for what is otherwise a really comfortable shoe. I found the fit to be comparable to the previous 5.10s that I have owned. If you like 5.10 shoes, you will not be disappointed.

sweet and sticky

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 11

My son loves these shoes for all of his enduro riding and racing. The soles are super stick and hold their position on his pedals during the craziest of trails. They breath well and the construction is bomb proof.

sweet and sticky


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been riding clipless pedals for years. But after a few years of riding flats on my fat bike I wanted to give them a try on my regular bike. These things stick to flat pedals like glue. I am never going back to clipping in. Get these, you will never regret it.


I was using truk shoes for my flats and my feet always fell off my peddles I new I needed better shoes for MTB but couldn’t decide which ones to get. I bought these because they were on sale. When they arrived the rubber felt almost as stiff as my truk shoes. I was a bit skeptical that they would perform the same as my truk. I went for test ride rode some gnar went over jumps and these shoes as stiff as they were brand new did not come of my peddles. It made a huge difference and now I’m more confident going faster down black mountain.

Great trail shoe for flat pedals

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Legendary grip of 5.10 in a nice lightweight slim package. This is the perfect shoe for trail riders who prefer flat pedals instead of clips. If you're looking for a DH or bike park shoe - I recommend going with something a bit beefier like the stealth high, which provide some additional ankle & toe protection.

Just Right

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

This is the best shoe that Five Ten makes, which arguably makes this the best shoe out for mountain biking on platform pedals. I've worn out plenty of pairs of Five Tens over the past decade, including a few pairs of Impacts and a pair of Impact VXI's. I've also racked up plenty of miles in Freeriders and Freerider Contacts. Thus far, the Freerider Pro is my hands down favorite by a significant margin.

They're sticky and supportive like the Impacts, but a bit softer in the midsole, which translates into better pedal feel. They're also dramatically lighter. They're stiffer than the Impact VXI, Freerider, and Freerider Contact, all of which cause my feet to cramp due to the lack of support. As compared to the rest of the Five Ten lineup, the upper has proven to be much more durable and more resistant to taking on moisture.

I've been wearing the same pair since February 2017, riding 2-3 times per week consistently and running a pretty aggressive pedal pin setup, and the sole is finally starting to tear under the ball of the foot. I highly doubt that any competing shoe would have held up this long.

At this point, I'd pay retail for these rather than accept anything else for free. Shoes are a crucial contact point when you're riding flats, and the Freerider Pros are really in a league of their own.

Best MTB flat shoes I've owned so far

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I don't know what took me so long to buy a pair of these, all I know is that I wish I bought them sooner. these shoes really are excellent flat pedal shoes. there comfortable, with a stiff bottom and man do they grip those pins. they literally stick to them. I can't speak for longevity. I've only ridden in them about 20 times, time will tell. the two gripes I have with them, I hate laces (this is a personal thing) the big issue is they retain heat. they definitely need better ventilation which is why I give them 4 stars instead of five stars

Flat Pedal Shoes that grip!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I purchased these for riding my mountain bike with flats and they work great! The perfect amount of grip and rigidity. I wore these to the gym and I was surprised the black soles left marks all over the basketball court? Weird. I thought all shoes nowadays did not leave marks. Oh well, I did not get them for hoops...

Great Mountain Bike Shoes!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These shoes are nice and grippy. They make the pedals feel clip less without having clips.