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Cycling Shoes

Giro Riela RII
The Riela R II is a women's-specific XC shoe with the comfortable, supportive fit found in Giro's premium shoes. Giro added a nylon and rubber co-molded outsole for impressive durability, grip, and traction in rocks and mud. While they were at it, they redesigned the upper to combine supple synthetic fiber with mesh panels for increased breathability and lighter weight. Three wide straps allow easy fit adjustments, and a supportive EVA footbed enhances comfort. A stout injected nylon sole helps transfer power to the pedals instantly, enhancing your connection to the bike. - High-quality, breathable synthetic fiber with mesh panels - Classic 3-strap closure - Co-molded nylon and rubber high-traction lugged outsole - Mid-foot scuff guard - Accommodates steel toe spikes - Die-cut EVA footbed - Weight: 305 grams (size 39)
Specialized Comp Mountain Bike Shoes
The Comp Mountain Bike shoes take a whole lot of comfort, mix it with some serious pedaling efficiency, and add a layer of grippy trail traction for good measure. The result is a feature-packed and reliable all mountain shoe that delivers the right mix of performance and durability for a variety of trail conditions. Designed with Body Geometry attributes at the forefront, the comfortable fit and stiff sole provide maximum pedal efficiency and power transfer. The Boa S2-SV dial, meanwhile, is easily replaceable without using any tools, and it allows for on-the-fly fit adjustments. The materials used in the construction are also designed to take a beating, whether it be an accidental root or rock strike, while the SlipNot tread gives you reliable trail traction when you need it. - Body Geometry sole construction and footbeds are ergonomically designed and scientifically tested to boost power, increase efficiency, and reduce the chance of injury by optimizing hip, knee, and foot alignment. - Injection-molded nylon composite outsole with SlipNot rubber tread for moderate pedaling stiffness and phenomenal trail traction: Stiffness Index 6.0. - Single Boa S2-SV dial for on-the-fly micro-adjustment, backed by the Boa Lifetime Guarantee. - Dial & lace assembly is replaceable in seconds with Snap cartridge system. - Hard-molded toe kick for protection and durability. - Stitched synthetic and mesh upper with asymmetric strap closure for a comfortable fit. - Two-bolt SPD-style cleat pattern fits all major MTB pedals. - Standard Fit last for all-day comfort. - Replaceable toe studs. - Multiple widths available. - Approximate weight: 365g (1/2 pair, Size 42)
Specialized Torch 1.0 Road Shoes
Take the performance and Body Geometry ergonomics of our high-end road shoes, put them in an affordable design, and you basically have the Torch 1.0 Road shoes. They have Velcro closures for a customizable, adjustable fit, a comfortable design, and a composite outsole that provides just the right level of rigidity. - Body Geometry sole construction and footbeds are ergonomically designed and scientifically tested to boost power, increase efficiency, and reduce the chance of injury by optimizing hip, knee, and foot alignment. - With a 6.0 Stiffness index, the injection-molded nylon composite sole is engineered to be moderately stiff and plenty light. - Three-strap offset Velcro closure for a superior fit. - Synthetic upper with mesh venting for supple feel over the foot. - Reflective heel elements increase your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions. - Three-bolt and two-bolt cleat pattern fit all major road and mountain pedals. - Approximate weight: 290g (1/2 pair, Size 42)
Specialized 2FO Flat 2.0 Mountain Bike Shoes
Foot Out, Flat Out—the redesigned 2FO Flat 2.0 was made to get you from the top of the run to the bottom as comfortably and efficiently as possible. Its outsole features our SlipNot 2.0 rubber compound, which was developed as a system to create the best pedal connection possible. Contrary to popular belief, pedal connection isn’t just about rubber—the rubber hardness, stickiness, lug pattern, midsole thickness, and density all contribute to this connection. Our sole construction, informed by a pressure mapping study, led us to use softer foam in the forefoot with firm-over-soft foam in the rear, giving incredible pin penetration, while also reducing the “standing on a marshmallow” feeling that causes foot cramps on long downhills. Along with the new sole, we've also implemented a toe bumper and a captured foam layer, providing protection from rocks and roots when the trail gets gnarly. - Body Geometry sole construction and footbeds are ergonomically designed and scientifically tested to boost power, increase efficiency, and reduce the chance of injury by optimizing hip, knee, and foot alignment. - SlipNot 2.0 rubber compound is our softest, grippiest rubber, and it's optimized for the ultimate in pedal connection - Engineered lug pattern was specifically designed to integrate with pedal pins. - Dual-density midsole adapts to the pedal, protects the foot, and results in superb pedal control. - Captured foam in the upper protects the foot from impacts. - Air mesh on the tongue and uppers provides protection, while quickly shedding water weight. - Smooth, thermobonded upper for lightweight durability and a snag-free profile. - Cushioned EVA foam midsole is sealed with a protective skin for support and tear resistance. - Lacelock elastic keeps laces out of the chainrings. - Relaxed Fit for a balance of pedal feel and off-the-bike comfort. - Approximate weight: 347g (1/2 pair, Size 42)
Shimano SH-RC100 Shoes
Road cycling shoe with race-inspired style and features. Features: - Surround wrapping upper structure reduces overlap and provides a glove-like fit. - Synthetic leather with mesh texture creates a comfortable fit and an exciting racing profile. - Three durable hook & loop straps evenly spread tightening force across the top of the foot. - Lightweight glass fiber-reinforced nylon sole for power transfer. - Durable, wide heel pads provide walking stability. - Offset strap relieves tension at highest point of the foot.
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