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Pearl Izumi X-Alp Seek VI Mountain Shoe. Ever wish you had a women's mountain biking shoe that looked as good as it felt on the trail? Pearl Izumi makes your wishes come true with their Women's X-Alp Seek VI Mountain Bike Shoes featuring enough grit for slogging through mud but enough style to be worn off the bike. Constructed by combining the extremely comfortable upper of the award-winning, syncroSeek running shoe with their dual-density EVA X-Alp outsole/midsole, the Women's X-Alp Seek VI shoes are built with a carbon rubber lugged outsole for great traction and mud-shedding prowess. The rigid composite/nylon plate increases your power transfer on the bike while the flexible forefoot makes walking a snap. The lace-up enclosure provides a precision fit while the built-in lace garage keeps laces from getting caught in the chain. There's no doubt these mountain shoes are up to the challenge regardless of where you step next.
Giro Women's Riela Mountain Shoes. A great mountain biking shoe made with a woman's foot in mind is something you don't find every day. But Giro is here with the foot hookup--the Women's Riela Mountain Bike Shoes. Soft but tough faux leather and mesh uppers have a soft touch with great ventilation, and injected nylon soles send power right to the crank. Add in Giro's legendary EVA footbed with a 3 Velcro securing system and you've got comfort, performance, and fit...all in one great shoe.
Giro Grynd Men's Cycling Shoes. Giro isn't just a leader in great, high performance road shoes; they also make great SPD compatible shoes for mountain bike, fitness, or touring. The Giro Grynd Men's cycling shoe has a super breathable microfiber and mesh upper with a laced closure for great fit. A molded SPD-compatible shank and molded EVA outsole means great comfort on and off the bike--rubber walking zones keep the cleat out of your way so you can wear these anytime--and they're so cool looking, you may want to wear them even when you're not near your bike.
Louis Garneau 0 Degree LS-100 Mountain Shoe. Get your feet in the elite with Louis Garneau's 0 degree LS-100 Mountain Shoe. This is some no-kidding protection with fully sealed seams and double flap adjustments that overpower all conditions. The T-flex outsole has removable power blade for ventilation, and the BOA lace system provides easy attachment, perfect adjustment, and on-the-fly release capability...this is the LS-100 for the extreme rider in you.
Pearl Izumi X-Project 3.0 Mountain Bike Shoes. Many mountain biking shoes claim that they make easy walking, but few deliver well on that promise. Pearl Izumi's X-Project 3.0 Mountain Biking Shoes are different--they are among the first that reviewers acknowledge as all-day riders and all-day walkers. They use a tuned carbon sole which is rigid while pedaling but will flex when hiking. An EVA foam heel absorbs impact, co-molded rubber tips on TPU lugs provide traction, and the tapered unidirectional carbon plate gives great power transfer while preserving total hike-ability.
Pearl Izumi X-Alp Enduro IV Mountain Shoes. The Pearl Izumi X-Alp Enduro IV mountain shoes are rigid enough to provide superb pedaling efficiency yet sport enough flexibility and traction to keep you rock-steady when off the bike on challenging terrain. The combination of ratcheting buckle and two Velcro straps ensures a precision fit while the synthetic leather and mesh upper deliver superb comfort and breathability. The carbon rubber lugged outsole ensures a sure grip for hike-a-bike sections of trail and the EVA foam running shoe midsole provides sweet relief when you're on foot. Quick-drying, comfortable, and built-to-last - it's everything you need in a cross country or enduro mountain bike shoe.
Giro Women's Petra Mountain Shoes. Unless you're training to race or actually racing, a super-stiff mountain shoe might not be the best choice. A lot of newer mountain shoes are designed with versatility in mind...that is, you can walk or hike in total comfort without scraping your cleats or slipping on them. Giro's Petra Women's Mountain Bike shoes are shaped for a woman's foot, they have lugged rubber soles for excellent walkability, the cleat is recessed so it's not noticeable when walking, and they're lace up for ultimate fit and comfort.
Find Bikes And Cycles at Target.com! Ride forest trails on this women's mountain bike by Titan. Both the rims and the frame are made of strong and durable steel. The vinyl seat's height can be adjusted according to your needs. Size: 26" Wheels.
Pearl Izumi Women's X-Road Fuel II Mountain Shoes. It's not always the case that your cycling shoes have to be some clodhopper-looking fashion disaster. For example, Pearl Izumi, a leader in high-performing women's cycling apparel and shoes that are also cute, offer you the Women's X-Road Fuel II Mountain Bike Shoes. They feature an ultra comfy compressed foam sole that gets the job done on the bike, but makes walking nice too. The upper is Pearl Izumi's running shoe look all the way, as in wear them around town for fashion's sake. Lace up is easy and never cumbersome, and a low-cut upper construction keeps you free flowing whether pedaling or running.
Find Bikes And Cycles at Target.com! Hit the trails in style with the TITAN Wildcat ladies' mountain bike. Made of durable steel, this 12-speed bicycle is designed to withstand wear and tear. Features adjustable seat and handlebars. Size: 26
Louis Garneau Escape Mountain Shoes. Because sometimes you gotta trudge for it, the Escape by Louis Garneau is the perfect mountain shoe for on and off the bike. A double density outsole is light and provides great grip in any conditions. The shoes are quickly and easily fastened with a pull of the strings and the laces tuck into a pocket in the tongue. A little less stiffness, a recessed cleat, and chunky hiking shoe look make the Escape a great commuter shoe as well...better get 2 pair!
Pearl Izumi X-ALP Enduro III Mountain Shoes. Who doesn't enjoy a good bike-and-hike trip? Technical shoes are great, but not if you actually want to be able to walk around when you're not pedaling. Enter the Pearl Izumi X-Alp Enduro III mountain bike shoe. It's like a regular shoe, but with straps instead of laces. And a carbon sole with rubber lugs for traction. And SPD compatibility. And tons of other cool stuff for when you're on the bike. As far as shoes go, the X-Alp gives you the best of both worlds in a bike shoe.
Pearl Izumi Women's X-Road Fuel III Mountain Shoes. The Pearl Izumi Women's X-Road Fuel III shoes may look like a regular pair of running shoes, but once on the bike you'll quickly discover they're performance mountain biking shoes, too. The X-Road nylon plate in the sole ensures fantastic pedaling efficiency while the shoe's 2-bolt SPD pedal compatibility means you can take full advantage of clipless mountain bike pedals. The low-cut construction and running shoe aesthetic, however, give these shoes a versatility lacking in most cycling footwear. The flexible forefoot and beveled heel serve up running shoe comfort, a rubber lugged outsole gives you a dependable traction, and a built-in lace garage means nothing will get snagged in your bike's drivetrain. Equally at home in the woods, at a spin class, or just heading out for errands or a stroll, there's plenty to love about these shoes.
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.
Giro Women's Riela Mountain Shoes. High style, high performance all for a low price is what the Giro Women's Riela mountain bike shoe is all about. Ruggedly constructed, it features a synthetic leather upper with three wide straps for simple and precise fit adjustments. A supportive EVA footbed with anti-microbial treatment enhances fit and comfort, while a stout injected nylon sole helps transfer power to the pedals instantly.
Shimano Women's SH-WM43 Mountain Shoes. We ladies don't just want a riding shoe anymore, but a multi-purpose, stylish shoe we can clip to our bike's pedals or take for a walk on any surface. The Shimano Women's SH-WM43 mountain shoe is the perfect multi-use, touring shoe. The multi-layered, stretch-resistant synthetic leather and mesh upper makes for a durable shoe that can withstand the elements. And despite employing stylish laces for even tension and walking comfort, the WM43 features a shoelace keeper loop to keep the laces neatly tucked away so you don't need to worry about them getting caught in the cleat or crankset. The flat insole contributes to the overall comfort of the shoe by supplying uniform underfoot cushioning while remaining lightweight. The sole contributes to the durability of the shoe thanks to the glass fiber reinforced polyamide shank plate for optimum sole rigidity, and can be worn with or without a cleat cap. The EVA midsole and rubber sole enhance pedaling efficiency and walking comfort, making the Shimano's WM43 an all-purpose adventurer for the ladies. The WM43 is best matched with PD-M324 pedals.
Giro Privateer Mountain Shoes. If comfort, performance, and durability are all critical, Giro's Privateer Mountain Bike Shoes require no sacrifices. Soft but tough microfiber uppers have mesh for a better fit and great ventilation, and nylon soles deliver super power transfer. Add in Giro's legendary EVA footbed with a ratchet/Velcro securing system and you've got comfort from the top down and fit from the bottom up--every shoe should feel like a Cycling Glove, but many don't. Privateers do.
Shimano M162 Mountain Shoes. If you ride aggressively, shoe performance can make or break your ride. These clipless mountain shoes are designed to maximize power transfer and deliver a comfortable fit that is easy to adjust while you're on the bike, so you never have another excuse.
Pearl Izumi Women's Race Mountain Shoes. You're getting faster and faster and it's time to start upping your game with some race-level Mountain Bike shoes. Pearl Izumi's Women's Race Mountain Shoes feature 1:1 fit technology, which essentially means it's engineered to follow the contour of your foot as you adjust. The SELECT heel cup has a molded power band that work together for unprecedented fit, plus the perfect combination of mesh and synthetic leather give you snug fit and breathability...match all that up with a super stiff SELECT grade nylon/composite sole, and we're talking race-ready, competition-punishing shoe action.
Pearl Izumi Women's X-Alp Seek V Mountain Shoes. Is it a sneaker or cycling shoe? How about both! The Pearl Izumi Women's X-Alp Seek V mountain bike shoe is designed with rugged versatility in mind. It's based off of Pearl Izumi's award-winning syncroSeek running shoe, but with a recessed cleat mount and mini-shank in the sole to mount a 2-bolt Mountain Bike cleat. The 1:1 Energy Foam technology gives you plenty of shock absorption off the bike, and the carbon rubber lugged outsole delivers superbly in the traction department. The upper is literally a running shoe, so you know you'll be pedaling in comfort and style. It's style you can actually walk in, and look like a normal person for your post-ride, off-the-bike endeavors.