The closest shoe is our Top Pick Winner, the Five Ten Camp Four (pictured below).
Best Climbing Approach Shoes for Men to compare all of the models that we tested.
The Savant is a light and super-well-ventilated free running/approach shoe. Its design is a cross between a running shoe and the standard approach shoe design of the Five Ten Camp Four. Its use of mesh comes with pros and cons.
We have used lots of Five Ten approach shoes. Overall, this model is good but not our favorite. They are light and good in a lot of areas but don't excel in any one except maybe parkour/free running. For example, they are light but the Five Ten Daescent is lighter. They climb well but the Five Ten Guide Tennie climbs better. They are OK for running and long hikes but there are better shoes for those applications. They do some parkour/free running very well and they are comfortable to wear. So it seems like this shoe is best for short runs, hikes or general outings on good trails or in urban environments and in warmer climates and where you might encounter water (canyoneering?).