Why We Like The Sleuth DLX Shoe
You've just finished a big ride in the mountains and are on your way to the après-ride festivities. Fortunately you're sporting the Five Ten Sleuth DLX Shoe, which happens to be equal parts high-performance MTB shoe and everyday sneaker. It's a joint venture between Five Ten and their parent company Adidas, combining the renowned comfort and classic design of the legendary Adidas Samba shoe with features that help you throw down your best lines on the bike. The weather-resistant suede uppers wrap your feet in soft comfort whether you're ripping the trails or cruising the streets, while the padded lining cushions blows and wicks moisture away from your feet when your working up a sweat. The sole is made of Five Ten's signature Stealth Phantom rubber with Micro Dotty tread, keeping your feet firmly glued to the pedals when you're dropping in on technical trails.
- Mountain biking shoes for trail riding and casual wear
- Borrows design cues from the classic Adidas Samba shoe
- Tacky Stealth rubber grips the pedals in any conditions
- Weather-resistant suede uppers wrap your feet in soft comfort
- Lightweight and supportive enough for all-day rides
- One-piece molded cupsole for protection and durability
- Textile lining cushions impacts and wicks moisture
- Item #FVT003Z
- Upper Material
- [outsole] Stealth Phantom rubber with Micro Dotty tread, [sole] one-piece molded rubber cupsole
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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July 4, 2021
Five Ten Sleuth DLX Women's
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 5' 5"
I purchased these shoes a few months back. I read a lot of reviews about sizing on the web. I wear a women's 8 in most everything. I wear a women's 7 in these shoes- they are perfect. I recommend sizing a whole size down. These shoes are very comfortable. I don't use them so much for mountain biking but just for everyday wear. I have used them with flat pedals and they are pretty grippy. I prefer something with a bit more toe protection for actual off road riding.
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