[First Look] Five Ten Launches The Kestrel @ Eurobike 2014


Thursday is the day at Eurobike where the real work sets in as we make our way around the booths looking for the interesting killer products, this year Five Ten seems to have an interesting shoe aimed at the Enduro market called the Kestrel. With a look that verges being on the more traditional side of things regarding cycling products, yet still with the Five Ten influence it is a Clipless shoe that has many of the latest features around including the BOA closure system.

We will soon have some of these to test and will let you know how they fair.

This almost looks like a traditional MTB shoe.
The cleat adjustment range is very large and combined with the dual compound soul, provides riders with a great griping shoe, yet flexibility.



Plenty of protection around the rear of the shoe.

The rest of the booth contained their current range of shoes of which a few images are below.

The gold standard flat pedal shoe, the Impact Vxi
This is the clipless version of the impact.
Five Ten have also started to develop their female shoe range somewhat.
Another edition to the female Five Ten range.


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