9 Best Shoes To Mountain Bike In

Top 9 Shoes To Mountain Bike In

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Tommaso Montagna 200 Mens ( Compatible With SPD Cleats Black - 42)
Product Highlights:
  • factory direct value: by offering our tommaso products factory direct, we are able to offer a level of quality and value that the competition cant touch. please note: these shoes do not include cleats and are only compatible with 2-bolt cleats. they will not work with look delta or the peloton bike.
  • increase power: get the most out of every pedals stroke with our fiberglass reinforced sole, which provides optimal stiffness and maximizes power transfer. this breakthrough technology allows users to ride longer and faster using less energy.
  • comfortable: durable synthetic leather upper hugs your foot for all day comfort, while ventilated mesh portions help to cool your feet with ease
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Tommaso Vertice 100 Mens ( Bike Shoes - 43 Black)
Product Highlights:
  • factory direct value: by offering our tommaso products factory direct, we are able to offer a level of quality and value that the competition cant touch. 100% fit guarantee, 100% free fit returns, 2 year manufacturers warranty.
  • our most capable mountain shoe: with amazing features like an ultra-rugged, grippy vibram sole, and a hardened and reinforced toe box, the vertice 100 is ready for whatever the trail throws at you. no matter the conditions or weather, you can count on the vertice for amazing grip, stability, and quick drying breathability.
  • quality & precision fit: quick & reliable closure system features 3 ergonomic velcro straps for the perfect fit every time, adding comfort and security to all of your rides. please use size chart to ensure correct fit. if unsure about your sizing, please match the cm sizing with the shoes you currently wear, as this will offer the best sizing options.
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Venzo Mountain Bike Bicycle ( SPD Shoes + Pedals & Cleats 47)
Product Highlights:
  • versatile & compatibility: by blending comfort and performance together, we've created an amazingly versatile shoe that is perfect for mtb off road riding, commuting, touring, and spin class. the cleat area is compatible with all shimano spd compatible cleat type on the market. the good news: this is a combination set comes one pair of shoes, pair of pedals and pair of single direction release cleats.
  • shoes: features the award-winning technology for performance. quick-drying, highly-breathable mesh and synthetic upper. textile lining with removable sockliner. low-cut construction for a light, fast fit and feel. flexible forefoot and a running shoe beveled heel.
  • pedals: axle: 9/16" cnc machined cr-mo. body: die-cast aluminum bearing: lsl bushing & sealed, binding: dual-sided cr-mo, tension adjustable (80~140kgf.cm) cleat: shimano spd type cleats included, size: 80 x 60 mm = 3.15 x 2.36 inch weight: 359 g/pr = 0.79lbs (without cleats)
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Santic Moutntain Cycling Shoes ( Mountain Bike Shoes With Buckle)
Product Highlights:
  • upper material:pu
  • shoe width:medium(b,m)f
  • quality & precision fit: quick & reliable closure system features 3 ergonomic velcro straps for the perfect fit every time, adding comfort and security to all of your rides. please use size chart to ensure correct fit.
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Giro Manta R Womens ( 38, Black (2019))
Product Highlights:
  • upper material: microfiber
  • closure: n-1 ratchet, 2 hook-and-loop straps
  • footbed: molded eva insole with medium arch support, aegis anti-microbial treatment
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Santic Cycling Shoes Men ( Breathable Self-Locking Shoes Green 42)
Product Highlights:
  • u-heel cup structure increases the stability-- the thickening heel cup has a curved inside structure,in other words, those cycling shoes men are designed with u-heel (heel cup) which is anatomically shaped around the heel and ankle to avoid twisting your ankles providing better support and stability.
  • superior hook and loop velcro and adjustable lock catch-- in order to make your feet always maintain a good condition ,the superior hook and loop velcros are used to making the dimension of those mountain bike shoes easy to be adjusted. what's more, the lock(buckle) is adjustable,which is suitable for different height and shape of insteps.
  • bulge design at shoe sole-- in order to increase the performance while you are riding the mountain bike, the sole rigidity of those cycle shoes is increased. what's more, bulge design which is mud-expelling is used at the surface of the sole, therefore, even in the sludgy way, you can also enjoy the cycling activity.
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Venzo Mountain Bike Bicycle ( - With MTB Type Clipless Cleats 44)
Product Highlights:
  • versatile & compatibility: by blending comfort and performance together, we've created an amazingly versatile shoe that is perfect for mtb off road riding, commuting, touring, and spin class. the cleat area is compatible with all shimano spd compatible cleat type on the market.
  • tough & stiff sole: shoes sole need to be as stiff as possible to avoid energy loss when riding. after long time riding, the friction of the cleats generates heat, the good feature of the sole is heat insulated.
  • pedals: venzo multi-use shimano spd compatible mountain bike bicycle sealed clipless pedals - dual platform multi-purpose - great for touring, road, trekking bikes. sealed bearings.
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Merrell Womens Siren Edge ( Black/Purple, 7.5 M US)
Product Highlights:
  • athletically styled hiker featuring seamless upper overlays with color-pop webbing and ghillie laces
  • breathable mesh lining
  • bellows tongue to keep out debris
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Hiland Indoor Cycling Shoes ( Compatible With Shimano SPD Cleats Black White 44)
Product Highlights:
  • compatible with 2 holes system(shimano spd/spd-sl).the cleats won't protrude, walking in them is more comfortable.
  • light shoes,super comfortable,breathable:ventilated microfiber uppers; vented sole.
  • three hook loop velcro straps closure;reflective heel detail.

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