A few years back I would've said "any skateshoes with a softer sole, preferable a gum one who is more sticky". I still love my Airwalk Ones.
But, today you have Five Ten and I need to ask nothing more. They live up to the hype. If you don't like bulkiness, get yourself a slimmer version, like the Freerider, the Spitfire of the LineKing, no problem. Bear in mind that if you want to use them as everyday shoes, they are not very good.
But, actually, you know what the ONLY real problem with Five Ten shoes is? The fact that one day you will ride without Five Tens on and that will mess you up! Yes, they change your riding that much, they are hooked on that pedal no-matter-what. As an example, I rode Rennies with plastic pedals on my Jekyll in pouring raind - no problem!
In the meantime, Nike, Vans and Teva have options to these sticky sole shoes, so you might wanna check them out too!
pretty much agree with that, for light rides I just wear my Airwalks but my 5-10 are better (stiffer and grippier). Having said that, for my first winter ride in the hills today I'm wearing my NorthFace snow boots!
EDIT post ride I have to say the NorthFace boots were incredibly warm (both Pete & Al who I rode with were freezing on the toes) and they were great in sections were we had to walk BUT they didn't stick to my Atomlab flats at all! Roll on slightly warmer temps...