FiveTen Freerider shoes review

Refined flat pedal footwear

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £75.00 RRP | USD $125.67
Fiveten Freerider Shoes

Our review

Bags of grip with dirt jump style, although too grippy for some air merchants
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We make no excuses for featuring regular reviews of FiveTen shoes: they’re some of the best for flat pedal riding.

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The 2010 Freerider is more versatile than the Sam Hill model we reviewed last month. The thinner, more flexible mid-sole gives great feedback and a lighter build. Stealth Rubber is present in the Phantom sole.

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The grip is fantastic, but you can move your foot on the pedal when pressure is removed. However, the sole may still be too grippy for some dirt jumpers, and there’s not quite enough protection for full-on downhill riding.

Product Specifications


Name Name, 0, 10, Name, Freerider Shoes (10)
Brand Brand, 0, 20, Brand, Five Ten

Available Colours Available Colours, 2, 0, Available Colours, Black/Grey Black/White Red/Black
Shoe Closure Shoe Closure, 2, 0, Shoe Closure, Laces
Shoe Sizes Available Shoe Sizes Available, 2, 0, Shoe Sizes Available, 13 6-12
Sole Type Sole Type, 2, 0, Sole Type, Stealth S1
Uppers Material Uppers Material, 2, 0, Uppers Material, Nubuck Open Mesh