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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 45.0/Wide - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 42.0/Wide - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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SH-R107 Men's Shoes Black/Black, 45.0 - Men's

With Shimano's Dynalast technology and a hollow-channeled, carbon-reinforced composite outsole, the SH-R107 Men's Shoes bring the power-transferring stiffness, low weight, and general feel of pro-level shoes to a price point that won't cost you one of the legs you'd like to attach them to. Dynalast is the big story here, as it's the same design featured in Shimano's flagship SH-R321 model. It involves re-shaping the footbed in order to limit the "dead time" of the pedal stroke. Shimano claims . 56% more efficiency on each pedal stroke--a gain that adds up to figuratively save your legs over the course of a 40-mile group ride, 50-mile race, or a charity century.

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SH-R107 Men's Shoes - Men's

With Shimano's Dynalast technology and a hollow-channeled, carbon-reinforced composite outsole, the SH-R107 Men's Shoes bring the power-transferring stiffness, low weight, and general feel of pro-level shoes to a price point that won't cost you one of the legs you'd like to attach them to. Dynalast is the big story here, as it's the same design featured in Shimano's flagship SH-R321 model. It involves re-shaping the footbed in order to limit the "dead time" of the pedal stroke. Shimano claims . 56% more efficiency on each pedal stroke--a gain that adds up to figuratively save your legs over the course of a 40-mile group ride, 50-mile race, or a charity century.

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SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's White, 46.0 - Men's

The SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes incorporate many of the same features found in Shimano's more expensive shoes but with the additional bonus of a more forgiving sole. The XC51s' glass-reinforced polyamide sole falls near the midpoint of Shimano's stiffness scale, meaning it doesn't bend uselessly under load during cross country races, but it also gives a bit of spring when you're off the bike. This springiness, combined with debris-clearing polyurethane lugs and the option to mount a pair of toe spikes, make it ideal for sloppy cyclocross run-ups. These soles are mated to synthetic leather uppers that resist stretching and incorporate cooling mesh panels. The XC51 also leads into trail furniture with an armored toe, so one unfortunate run-in with a granite slab doesn't leave you with a new, aftermarket vent in your shoe. The actual vents included are limited to the top of the shoe, where the relatively vulnerable mesh doesn't risk the depredations of trail obstacles. These uppers wrap Shimano's Dynalast technology, which involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened, increasing your pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands that marginal gains like this can be the difference between starting the downhill first or being stuck in a slow-rolling line on impassable singletrack. A combination of one ratcheting buckle and two hook-and-loop straps let you vary the fit across the length of your foot, giving you more security at the top and more room for metatarsal expansion at the forefoot. The insole contributes to the fit by comfortably keeping your heel stable. You don't have to ratchet the straps down to the point of losing feeling in order to keep your heel from slipping during sprints or u...

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SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's White, 43.0 - Men's

The SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes incorporate many of the same features found in Shimano's more expensive shoes but with the additional bonus of a more forgiving sole. The XC51s' glass-reinforced polyamide sole falls near the midpoint of Shimano's stiffness scale, meaning it doesn't bend uselessly under load during cross country races, but it also gives a bit of spring when you're off the bike. This springiness, combined with debris-clearing polyurethane lugs and the option to mount a pair of toe spikes, make it ideal for sloppy cyclocross run-ups. These soles are mated to synthetic leather uppers that resist stretching and incorporate cooling mesh panels. The XC51 also leads into trail furniture with an armored toe, so one unfortunate run-in with a granite slab doesn't leave you with a new, aftermarket vent in your shoe. The actual vents included are limited to the top of the shoe, where the relatively vulnerable mesh doesn't risk the depredations of trail obstacles. These uppers wrap Shimano's Dynalast technology, which involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened, increasing your pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands that marginal gains like this can be the difference between starting the downhill first or being stuck in a slow-rolling line on impassable singletrack. A combination of one ratcheting buckle and two hook-and-loop straps let you vary the fit across the length of your foot, giving you more security at the top and more room for metatarsal expansion at the forefoot. The insole contributes to the fit by comfortably keeping your heel stable. You don't have to ratchet the straps down to the point of losing feeling in order to keep your heel from slipping during sprints or u...

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SH-WR83 Cycling Shoes - Women's White, 42.0

We've long trusted Shimano's shoes, alongside their superlative components, to get us to the finish line in comfort. New for he WR83 Women's Shoe, though, is the adoption of the Japanese manufacturer's Dynalast technology. Dynalast effective increases pedaling efficiency by putting your foot in the optimal position to reduce the amount of time you're in the 'dead spot' of your pedal stroke. Sound like voodoo? We can't vouch for the 0. 56% reduction in dead spot time on each pedal stroke, but we can say that the shoes are quite comfortable, and clearly supportive to the foot. The shoes close with one ratcheting buckle and two hook-and-loop straps that allow you to quickly tune and retune your fit as the race progresses. You won't feel like you have to crank down that ratchet strap, either, thanks to a redesigned heel cup and footbox that places a premium on settling the foot into just the right position.

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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 41.0/Wide - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 44.5 - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 41.0 - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 47.0/Wide - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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BMW Performance Dead Pedal: Compliments the 2-pedal accelerator/brake set for BMW

Pedals feature non-slip rubber insets for ultimate control. Designed to match the aluminum pedals, the aluminum footrest completes the set and the look. Fits: BMW E53

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SH-R321 Cycling Shoes - Men's White, 42.0 - Men's

The engineers at Shimano have apparently been sneaking into the Competitive offices and nosing through our diaries while we're out on lunch rides, because the new SH-R321 Cycling Shoes check off all of our secret (and not-so secret) wish list items for top-caliber road shoes. These features start easy with a customizable thermo-form fit in both the upper and the insole, and they end on a more fanciful note with a mint-scented, antimicrobial treatment. Since that's about all we had, Shimano devised its own wish list to ensure that the R321 Shoes went beyond even our wildest, mint-scented dreams. Shimano's list starts with the proprietary Dynalast construction, which increases pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened. The Dynalast construction's marginal gains are especially important for the R321s since they have the stiffest outsole in Shimano's lineup -- despite the fact that their Hollow Channel design means that some of Shimano's hollow crankset technology has crept into the shoes, saving weight by clearing out unnecessary material. You can be certain that whether you're burying yourself on a climb or winding up for a sprint, the soles aren't costing you any watts because of weight or flex. The soles are finished with an air intake system that you can enjoy during the summer and easily cover with toe caps come the cooler months. On top of that impressive list of palmares, the R321 shoes also boast all the same technology of the less expensive R171 model. This includes the Dynalast co...

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SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's White, 47.0 - Men's

The SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes incorporate many of the same features found in Shimano's more expensive shoes but with the additional bonus of a more forgiving sole. The XC51s' glass-reinforced polyamide sole falls near the midpoint of Shimano's stiffness scale, meaning it doesn't bend uselessly under load during cross country races, but it also gives a bit of spring when you're off the bike. This springiness, combined with debris-clearing polyurethane lugs and the option to mount a pair of toe spikes, make it ideal for sloppy cyclocross run-ups. These soles are mated to synthetic leather uppers that resist stretching and incorporate cooling mesh panels. The XC51 also leads into trail furniture with an armored toe, so one unfortunate run-in with a granite slab doesn't leave you with a new, aftermarket vent in your shoe. The actual vents included are limited to the top of the shoe, where the relatively vulnerable mesh doesn't risk the depredations of trail obstacles. These uppers wrap Shimano's Dynalast technology, which involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened, increasing your pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands that marginal gains like this can be the difference between starting the downhill first or being stuck in a slow-rolling line on impassable singletrack. A combination of one ratcheting buckle and two hook-and-loop straps let you vary the fit across the length of your foot, giving you more security at the top and more room for metatarsal expansion at the forefoot. The insole contributes to the fit by comfortably keeping your heel stable. You don't have to ratchet the straps down to the point of losing feeling in order to keep your heel from slipping during sprints or u...

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SH-WR83 Cycling Shoes - Women's White, 38.5

We've long trusted Shimano's shoes, alongside their superlative components, to get us to the finish line in comfort. New for he WR83 Women's Shoe, though, is the adoption of the Japanese manufacturer's Dynalast technology. Dynalast effective increases pedaling efficiency by putting your foot in the optimal position to reduce the amount of time you're in the 'dead spot' of your pedal stroke. Sound like voodoo? We can't vouch for the 0. 56% reduction in dead spot time on each pedal stroke, but we can say that the shoes are quite comfortable, and clearly supportive to the foot. The shoes close with one ratcheting buckle and two hook-and-loop straps that allow you to quickly tune and retune your fit as the race progresses. You won't feel like you have to crank down that ratchet strap, either, thanks to a redesigned heel cup and footbox that places a premium on settling the foot into just the right position.

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SH-XC31 Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black, 47.0 - Men's

When looking for mountain biking shoes, comfort and efficiency are the two most important criteria to consider. With their solid uppers, fiberglass-reinforced soles, and inimitable Dynalast design, the Shimano SH-XC31 Mountain Bike Shoes meet them both. The XC31s' knack for smoothing the trail is appreciated, but the shoes' real star is their inclusion of Shimano's Dynalast technology at such a forgiving price point. Dynalast increases your pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56%. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands the importance of marginal gains like this. They can be the difference between finishing a group ride or race at the front or struggling to hang on. Dynalast involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section of the last while keeping the arch and metatarsal areas at the same height. This creates an optimal pedaling angle for leading into and exiting the up-swing of your pedal stroke, so the dead spot is shortened and your efficiency is increased with each turn of the crank. The polyamide outsole is reinforced with fiberglass threads to strike a balance between stiffness and the amount of vibration that it transfers to your feet. After all, energy transference is a two-way street, so while the XC31s aren't ideal for a one-hour hammerfest race, they will keep you comfortable in the saddle for half-day adventures. It's mated to a synthetic leather upper that beats its natural counterpart in every aspect where it counts. The synthetic is less-stretchy, more durable, and lighter, so the XC31s' ability to resist deformation and shrug off grasping twigs and the occasional chance encounter with a rock or trunk doesn't come at the expense of weight.

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SH-R107 Men's Shoes Black/Black, 40.0 - Men's

With Shimano's Dynalast technology and a hollow-channeled, carbon-reinforced composite outsole, the SH-R107 Men's Shoes bring the power-transferring stiffness, low weight, and general feel of pro-level shoes to a price point that won't cost you one of the legs you'd like to attach them to. Dynalast is the big story here, as it's the same design featured in Shimano's flagship SH-R321 model. It involves re-shaping the footbed in order to limit the "dead time" of the pedal stroke. Shimano claims . 56% more efficiency on each pedal stroke--a gain that adds up to figuratively save your legs over the course of a 40-mile group ride, 50-mile race, or a charity century.

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M Performance Stainless Steel Footrest: Upgrade the look of your interior with this M ...

Add some M performance to your BMW's interior today with this Stainless Steel M Performance dead pedal. Featuring a stainless steel inlay with rubber pedal grips,  it is sure to look phenomenal for years to come. Fits: BMW F86 X6 M S63 4.4L

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SH-R107 Men's Shoes Black/Black, 48.0 - Men's

With Shimano's Dynalast technology and a hollow-channeled, carbon-reinforced composite outsole, the SH-R107 Men's Shoes bring the power-transferring stiffness, low weight, and general feel of pro-level shoes to a price point that won't cost you one of the legs you'd like to attach them to. Dynalast is the big story here, as it's the same design featured in Shimano's flagship SH-R321 model. It involves re-shaping the footbed in order to limit the "dead time" of the pedal stroke. Shimano claims . 56% more efficiency on each pedal stroke--a gain that adds up to figuratively save your legs over the course of a 40-mile group ride, 50-mile race, or a charity century.

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SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's White, 45.0 - Men's

The SH-XC51 Mountain Bike Shoes incorporate many of the same features found in Shimano's more expensive shoes but with the additional bonus of a more forgiving sole. The XC51s' glass-reinforced polyamide sole falls near the midpoint of Shimano's stiffness scale, meaning it doesn't bend uselessly under load during cross country races, but it also gives a bit of spring when you're off the bike. This springiness, combined with debris-clearing polyurethane lugs and the option to mount a pair of toe spikes, make it ideal for sloppy cyclocross run-ups. These soles are mated to synthetic leather uppers that resist stretching and incorporate cooling mesh panels. The XC51 also leads into trail furniture with an armored toe, so one unfortunate run-in with a granite slab doesn't leave you with a new, aftermarket vent in your shoe. The actual vents included are limited to the top of the shoe, where the relatively vulnerable mesh doesn't risk the depredations of trail obstacles. These uppers wrap Shimano's Dynalast technology, which involves lowering the toe-spring and heel section in relation to the arch and metatarsal areas. This creates an optimal pedaling angle on either side of the up-swing, so the dead time spot is shortened, increasing your pedal efficiency by a claimed . 56% on each stroke. While that doesn't seem like much at first blush, any cyclist who's ridden for longer than two hours understands that marginal gains like this can be the difference between starting the downhill first or being stuck in a slow-rolling line on impassable singletrack. A combination of one ratcheting buckle and two hook-and-loop straps let you vary the fit across the length of your foot, giving you more security at the top and more room for metatarsal expansion at the forefoot. The insole contributes to the fit by comfortably keeping your heel stable. You don't have to ratchet the straps down to the point of losing feeling in order to keep your heel from slipping during sprints or u...

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