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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 44.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 39.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 41.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 40.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 41.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 43.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 39.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 38.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 38.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 42.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 43.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 36.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 40.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 42.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 36.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes - Women's Black, 44.0

Using the word "performance" to categorize cycling gear is a bit misleading, as it implies that the gear itself is responsible for your ability to perform in the saddle. Shoes like Shimano's SH-WR62 Cycling Shoes reveal the lie behind "performance" gear, skipping all of the marketing hype -- and the cost associated with that hype -- and providing a stage that's efficient and lightweight enough to let you perform to your limits. The shoes are built around Shimano's Dynalast construction, narrowed slightly to accommodate women's feet. Dynalast does actually help you perform by 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 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. These gains in efficiency are further complemented by the stiff-yet-forgiving outsole. It's a combination of glass fiber-reinforced polyamide with a carbon fiber plate inserted under the cleat area. This makes the already stiff polyamide sole even more efficient at the point of power transfer while keeping weight and cost to a minimum. It also has the added benefit of absorbing road noise, so your feet stay comfortable while spinning for hours at a time. The WR62s' cleat mounting hardware accommodates two-hole mountain cleats and three-hole road cleats, so you have ultimate flexibility in deciding where to spend those hours. The shoes' uppers are a stretch-resistant, synthetic that boasts a higher durability and lower weight than most traditional leathers. It's also more breathable than leather, a quality that Shimano supplements with panels of open mesh and a...

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Never Winter Reg 30 Down Sleeping Bag Right Zip

At sub-two pounds, the Never Winter is an ideal summer bag for camping and river trips, but it also has enough down insulation to keep you warm when frost is in the air. Specifications Weight: 2 lb 3 ozs / 992 g Fill Weight: 12 ozs / 340.2 g Main Material: 100% Nylon Ripstop AC 1.3 oz/yd Main Material: 100% Nylon WR 1.4 oz/yd Lining Material: 100% Polyester Dobby WR 2.2 oz/yd Insulation Material: 600+ Fill Goose Down Size on shoulder: 62 in (158 cm) Size on hip: 58 in. (147 cm) Size on foot: 40 in. (102 cm) Max. User Height: 6 ft. (182 cm) EN Test What is EN testing? (with video) Features Classic Trapezoidal Foot Box For More Foot Room "Feely" Draw Cords Ease Nighttime Cord Fumbling Ground-Level Side Seams Eliminates Drafts Hood Draw Cord Positioned for Easy Access Locking Zippers Keep the Bag from Opening Up in the Middle of the Night Stash Pocket For Nighttime Essentials Such as a Watch or Energy Bar Stretch Tricot Baffles Provide Ultimate Strength, Durability and Bag Life Stuff and Storage Sack Included Store and Pack Just Like Your Sleeping Bag Two Hang Loops On the Outside of Foot Box for Airing Out Your Bag Two-Way Zipper Sliders For Venting and Mating of Bags. Reversible Slider Tabs for Easy Use Inside or OUtside of Bag Velcro and reg;-free Face Muff Keeps the Drawcord and Zipper Away from Your Face Zipper Guards Help Repel Biting Zipper Coils Certified 600+ Fill Goose Down EN Tested Heat Bump Draft Tube Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood 6 Chambers of Down Around Head for Better Down Control and Fit, Hood Cord is Positioned for Easy Access Heater Pocket in Foot Box For Heat Packets Video Marmots own Curly Cervone and Randy Verniers explain why Marmot Down is the best on the market. Additional Information 600 Fill Down Specific Features How to take care of your down sleeping bag? (with video) Sleeping bags: Down vs. Synthetic. (with video) What is EN testing?(with video)

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