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Five Ten sale prices slashed in Cyber Monday sales

Cyber Monday Five Ten Sales
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Five Ten are synonymous with mountain bike-specific shoes and have become the benchmark in performance. This is all down to the brand's Stealth rubber which allows pedal pins to really dig in and thus provide huge amounts of grip. This has meant that Five Ten has been able to expand its range and create some of the best MTB flat pedal shoes around.

They aren't cheap though, and while Five Ten does offer different price points, a pair of Five Ten's are still going to set you back quite a bit of cash. Investing in a good set of riding shoes should be second on the list after a helmet as they really do make a huge difference to your riding experience. If you are in the market for some new Five Tens then it's well worth leveraging the Cyber Monday cycling shoes deals that are currently available as there are loads of retailers with Five Ten sales.

Not just looking for Five Tens? We have hunted down loads of great Cyber Monday mountain bike deals on everything from clothing, protection, components and bikes.

Cyber Monday Five Ten sale

Five Ten Freerider Pro Primeblue US:

Five Ten Freerider Pro Primeblue
US: $150.00 $112.46 | UK: £120.00 £79.99

The Freerider Pro is Five Ten's flagship shoe which boasts an excellent fit and a superbly grippy Stealth sole. We think they look pretty great too.

Five Ten Women's Freerider Pro Primeblue US:

Five Ten Women's Freerider Pro Primeblue
US: $150.00 $112.46 | UK: £120.00 £79.99

Five Ten developed its Primeblue range to become more eco-friendly and started to produce its Freerider range with uppers that use 50% Parley Ocean Plastics.

US shoppers can get a better deal at Backcountry although there aren't as many sizes available.

Five Ten Freerider Primeblue US:

Five Ten Freerider Primeblue
US: $100.00 $69.97 | UK: £90.00 £59.99

The basic Freerider shoe gets a great discount making it no more expensive than a normal pair of trainers, except these have a super grippy Stealth rubber sole and won't be trashed after a hard days riding.

Five Ten Freerider Primeblue Women's US:

Five Ten Freerider Primeblue Women's
US: $100.00 $69.97 | UK: £90.00 £59.99

Nothing increases confidence than knowing that your feet are firmly attached to your pedals, Five Ten's Stealth rubber makes sure you have a great connection with your flat pedals.

Five Ten Sleuth DLX US:

Five Ten Sleuth DLX
US: $120.00 $74.25 | UK: £100.00 £79.96 

The Sleuth DLX might look more casual but it seamlessly crosses between dirt jump sessions, trail riding or an evening at the pub.

Five Ten Impact Pro US:

Five Ten Impact Pro
US: $160.00 $99.00 | UK: £130.00 £104.00

The Impact was Five Ten's first shoe and it's still a popular option for hardcore gravity riders, luckily it has received a bit of a makeover since it was first introduced

Five Ten Trail Cross LT US:

Five Ten Trail Cross LT
US: $140.00 $104.96 | UK: £99.00 £88.00 

The Five Ten Trail Cross LT blend riding and trail running to make the great shoe for backcountry missions and bikepacking adventures where there could be healthy sections of hike-a-bike to intersperse the riding.

More Cyber Monday Five Ten sales

While these are our Five Ten sales picks, there are plenty more options whether it's alternative colors or different models entirely so its still worth having a look if the above deals don't take your fancy. For US shoppers check out Jenson USA or MooseJaw who both have a huge selection available. Shoppers in the UK will be best served by Wiggle, Tredz or Sigma Sports.

Other Cyber Monday deals

Our deals pages are constantly updated as new offers come up over the Cyber Monday period, so if you're after more than just Five Ten's, browse our other deals pages via the links below.

Graham Cottingham

Graham is all about riding bikes off-road. Based in Edinburgh he has some of the best mountain biking and gravel riding in the UK right on his doorstep. With almost 20 years of riding experience, he has dabbled in downhill, enduro and, most recently, gravel racing. Not afraid of a challenge, Graham has embraced bikepacking over the last few years and likes nothing more than strapping some bags to his bike and covering big miles to explore Scotlands wildernesses. When he isn’t shredding the gnar in the Tweed Valley, sleeping in bushes or tinkering with bikes, he is writing tech reviews for Bike Perfect and the muckier side of Cyclingnews 


Rides: Canyon Strive, 24 Bicycles Le Toy 3, Surly Steamroller