The Good: Really grippy, about 30% or so more grippy than a 5/10 Freerider. Lots of protection. Last for years.
The Bad: A bit too chunky to be ideal for anything other than very aggressive AM or FR/DHOverall Review: There is nothing wrong with this shoe, its specialty is for DH and FR but still works across a range of disciplines and offers real piece of mind on rocky AM rides too. Keep in mind that a 5/10 Freeriders are lighter, better for DJ, urban and look better when you go out, but you lose some protection.