Five Ten Freerider Pro Flat Pedal MTB Shoe
The Five Ten Freerider Pro Shoes are comfortable, lightweight flat pedal MTB shoes. Offering endless grip and are easy to clean. They may be more expensive than other similar shoes on the market but these are the best in the biz.
DURABLE BIKING SHOES WITH PROVEN GRIP FOR THE MOUNTAIN AND TOWN.
The Five Ten Freerider Pro are mountain bike shoes which feature Five Ten’s S1 Dotty rubber outer sole for superb grip. The shoes are made from a synthetic, weather-resistant upper that make for an excellent shoe in all conditions. They are easy to clean and will last a long time.
The Freerider Pro shoes are priced at £119.95 RRP here in the United Kingdom. Adidas make a few variations of the shoe. This includes a variety of colours. They also make a variety of other Mountain Bike Shoes including clipless shoes for those that prefer to be locked into their pedals when shredding.
Five Ten are a subbrand of Adidas who are making more and more outdoor products from Climbing, hiking trail running to Mountain Biking.
Five Ten Freerider Pro Details
- S1 dotty rubber outsole
- Synthetic, weather-resistant upper
- Reinforced toe box
- Sizes: UK 6.5–10
- Colours: black, blue, navy, granite
- Weight: 443 grams (Per shoe)
- Price: £119.95
Five Ten Freerider Pro Review
The first thing I noticed is that the Five Ten Freerider Pro shoe fitted my foot perfectly, no need to size up! This is particularly important as Adidas allow you to customise the shoe when purchasing directly from them.
The shoe has a nice tight fit that supports the foot and has a comfortable removable inner sole that adds plenty of cushioning. This is ideal for a mountain biking which is a potentially high impact sport.
The outer-sole rubber which is made from Five Ten’s S1 rubber feature a dotty tread that offers plenty of traction on and off the bike. Testing these shoes with a variety of different flat pedals with different levels of grip proves just how good these flat pedal shoes are. It almost feels like you are wearing clips the grip is so good, but with all the benefits of a flat pedal shoe.
I’ve been riding these shoes most days for a few months now. They’ve been tested in all kinds of weather and terrain. The shoes although a little dirty still looks pretty new with minimal scuffing and the sole tread is still going really strong.
Due to the synthetic, weather-resistant upper, the shoes do really well in wet conditions. Although not waterproof these shoes keep your feet mostly dry and do not absorb water as the standard Freeriders do.
I would definitely recommend these shoes and will be continuing to wear these for the foreseeable future.