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Fizik Infinito R1 Knit
$450.00
Perfectly fitting with maximum ventilation, class-leading comfort, and unmatched power transfer, the Infinito R1 Knit road cycling shoe delivers ultimate race performance. Infinito R1 Knit is the first knitted pro cycling shoe ever. Along with its unique knitted material, the all-new Infinito Closure System, superior stiffness, weight-saving materials and the intelligent implementation of new technology make it the pinnacle of performance road shoe design. The knit material is highly breathable, for superior temperature management and enhanced comfort. It is extremely light yet strong and supportive and looks amazing and dynamic. With Dynamic Arch Support technology’s structure and the Increased Volume Control system, which shapes the whole shoe’s upper directly around the foot’s profile, Infinito R1 Knit fits any rider precisely, easily and comfortably. The Infinito Closure System uses two micro-adjustable double Boa IP1-B dials with steel-coated nylon laces in an infinite configuration that adjusts the upper on the forefoot. The textile guides eliminate pressure points, providing optimum adaptable comfortable fit for high-power, high-intensity riding. It harmonizes with the new mesh footbed insole for the best possible ventilation and enhanced comfort. Its laterally stiff, light, Uni Direction Full Carbon Outsole is ventilated for maximum temperature control, and designed for ultimate power transfer from any riding style. Infinito R1 Knit is fi’zi:k’s range-topping shoe, and benefits from the latest technologies, materials and improved design based on feedback and input from some of the world’s leading pro riders. - Materials: Unique new Knitted Material - Outsole: Full UD Carbon Vented - Closure system: Double Infinito IP1-B - Insole: Infinito footbed - Weight: 255g (size 42.5) - Sizes: 37-47 and 48
Giro Code Techlace
$300.00
The benefits of Giro's revolutionary Techlace system come to the dirt with the Code Techlace, a race-bred shoe for riders who want mega power transfer without sacrificing the durability needed to stand up to rugged trails and conditions. The Techlace system replaces D-rings and other hardware with laces, providing a more supple feel across the forefoot, and the laces can be easily replaced if damaged. The Boa L6 dial offers fast, intuitive adjustment in 1mm increments when tightening and a bash guard for added durability. The upper features Giro's proprietary Evofiber material for superb fit, and complements the adjustable Supernatural Fit Kit that allows custom-tuning of your arch support. An Easton EC70 carbon composite sole offers pro-level stiffness and is finished with a tough, molded Vibram rubber outsole that provides protection and grip when you're off the bike. - Techlace + Boa L6 dial (1mm + with macro release) retention with bash guard - High-quality, breathable Evofiber microfiber - Rubber toe guard - Easton EC90 carbon fiber outsole - Molded Vibram rubber high-traction lugged outsole - Mid-foot scuff guard - Accommodates steel toe spikes - SuperNatural Fit Kit with adjustable arch support - Aegis anti-microbial fiber - Weight: 345 grams (size 42.5)
Shimano RC7 Shoes Wide
$225.00
Full-featured competition shoes optimized for comfort and pedaling performance. Synthetic Leather Lighter, stronger and more durable than natural leathers Carbon Sole/Mid Sole Carbon fiber composite sole/mid sole Wider Cleat Adjustment Expands range for mounting cleats Heel Stabilizer Improves heel hold - Ultra-rigid, lightweight carbon fiber composite sole - Shimano DYNALAST helps to reduce braking loss - Supple, high-density synthetic leather with perforated venting for superior fit - Dual independent Boa L6 dials allow quick, micro tension adjustments - Adjustable powerzone wire guide holds forefoot securely
SockGuy Cozy Toes Shoe Covers
$14.95
- Keep your toes warm, cozy, and dry in the wind or rain with 100% neoprene - Slip them over the front of your cycling shoes and cleats for a stay-put layer of cozy thermal protection
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