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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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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 44.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 41.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Comp Mountain Bike Shoes Black/White, 44.0

For shoes that are as hard as the trail and as fast as their engine (read: you) can make them, the self-sponsored cyclist need look no further than Diadora's X-Vortex Comp Mountain Bike Shoes. The carbon-reinforced Speed MTB KR sole measures a strong 8/12 on the stiffness index, which means they don't suffer lost watts lightly and they don't transmit the bumps and vibrations of the trail to your feet. The X-Vortex Comps feature the same race fit and Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology as Diadora's pro-level offerings. Like them, the X-Vortex Comp stays tight against your foot without constricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is both perforated for breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. The molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel support keeps you from slipping and is also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system incorporates a Boa wire system -- almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today -- and two hook-and-loop straps. The Boa wire lets you fine-tune the fit at the top of your shoe, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and the hook-and-loop straps let you adjust the pressure as needed on your mid-foot and metatarsal area. Anyone who's experienced hot spots will appreciate this three-pronged approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit across your foot.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 44.5 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 48.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 42.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 39.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 38.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 43.5 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 47.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 40.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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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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Terradura Mountain Shoes - Women's Black/Dynasty Green, 39.0

Mountain bike shoes seem to come in two categories: those with ultra-stiff soles that provide excellent power transfer but terrible grip when you're forced to hike-a-bike, or soft-soled gravity shoes that feel like you're pedaling with slippers on your feet. Not to mention, women's cycling shoes are often treated with inferior construction and materials. Giro took a look at the available options and effectively combined the best of everything into its Terradura Women's Mountain Shoes. To begin with, Giro didn't use ultra-stiff carbon for the sole. Instead, it used a robust nylon shank. This allows for some flexibility while walking. If you've ever tried to scale boulders in carbon-soled cycling shoes, you've undoubtedly pulled your heels out a few times -- a softer sole prevents this from happening. But, Giro didn't stop there. They added a Vibram rubber outsole with flex engineering in the forefoot. Heavy Vibram lugs securely grip mud, logs, and rocks -- or whatever else the trail throws at you. The uppers were constructed from a soft, flexible microfiber that has been tailored to fit a narrower woman's foot. The microfiber features perforations so that your feet are able to breathe. The footbed is molded EVA with a medium arch support. It was treated with an antimicrobial coating to keep bacteria at bay. Padding around the achilles keeps your heel from slipping, and a reinforced toe box provides impact protection where it's needed most. The Terraduras are secured with replaceable ratcheting buckles, as well as two hook-and-loop closures. An offset D-ring at the midfoot strap holds the uppers against the foot for added support. They are compatible with 2-hole mountain bike cleats. The Giro Terradura Mountain Shoes - Women's are available in the whole size 36. 0, and in whole and half sizes from 37. 0 to 43. 0. They come in the color Dynasty Green/black.

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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 - 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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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 43.0 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 45.5 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes - Men's Black/Black, 42.5 - Men's

Diadora's X-Vortex Pro Mountain Bike Shoes are very straightforward about their purpose: to raise hell on the trail. Its ultra-stiff carbon fiber sole is only out-performed by the Pro Vortex road shoe, registering a 10/12 on the stiffness index. That much power transfer means that a lot of the trail would normally come through the pedals and into your feet, but the carbon fiber helps to dissipate vibrations while focusing power into the pedals. The X-Vortex Pro is for cyclists who put down a lot of power very quickly. The shoes feature Diadora's Suprell-Tech Morpho AM Cage technology, which are the same uppers found on the company's top-end road shoe models. They stay tight against your feet without restricting circulation. Inside the upper, the EVA insert is perforated to further promote breathability and removable, so you can optimize your level of arch support to your own foot shape. In the Pro model, the molded, abrasion-resistant Duratech heel cup is upgraded with a gripping texture to keep your foot from slipping, but it's also removable if your feet demand it. The closure system omits yesterday's hook-and-loop straps in favor of two Boa wires, which are almost mandatory for quality cycling shoes today. The Boa wires let you micro-tune the fit across the top of your foot, where the most pressure is applied to the upper, and over your metatarsal area for different amounts of pressure in each spot. Anyone who's experienced crippling hot spots in the toe box will appreciate this variable approach, as it lets you customize the shoe's fit for firm support and spacious comfort at the same time.

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