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Snap Shim Road Cleats One Color, Light Action

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Snap Shim Road Cleats One Color, Zero

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Snap Shim Road Cleats

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Snap Shim Road Cleats One Color, X Series

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Light Action Stainless Pedals White, One Size

This version of the Light Action pedal comes with spindles made from stainless steel, instead of Titanium or CroMoly steel. These weigh in at 206g, 42g more than the Ti version. It features an advanced hybrid-pedal technology that combines the most user-friendly characteristics found in Speedplay's popular X and Zero road pedals. They blend the legendary ease-of-entry and non-centering free-float of Speedplay's X Pedal System together with the robust spring design and enhanced durability of Speedplay's Zero Pedal System. Named "Light Action" after its unique low-force, high-security latch mechanism, the new Speedplay Light Action Pedal System provides the easiest and most intuitive entry and release functions ever offered by Speedplay. While Speedplay's primary design goal was to create the most user-friendly clipless pedal system ever, Light Action pedals continue to provide the same cutting-edge performance benefits that have made Speedplay pedals legendary, including: Dual-sided pedal allows instant "no-looking-down" entry. No flipping needed to engage. Self-locating cleat guides the entry motion and eliminates fumbling to find the pedal. True-locking engagement mechanism provides security and prevents inadvertent release. 15 degrees of non-centering free-float reduces stress on the knees. Large, stable cleat platform for optimal power transmission and all-day comfort. Extremely light weight pedals and cleats improve riding efficiency. Pedals weigh a mere 220 grams per pair. Thin pedal body provides the lowest stack height and best cornering clearance available. Simple cleat mounting and adjustment makes set-up easy. Precision cartridge and needle bearings for reduced friction and longer life. Built-in grease-port for fast and easy bearing maintenance. Choice of five great pedal color choices: Black, Blue, Pink, and Red. Please Note: Speedplay recommends these Light Action Pedals for recreational road use only. The reality is that the spri...

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Frog Stainless Mountain Bike Pedals

The Frog Stainless is built on a super-strong, corrosion-resistant stainless steel spindle. While it's a few grams heavier than the titanium version, it has no weight limit and costs 30% less than the Frog Ti. The Frog Stainless is our best-selling Speedplay mountain pedal. Not just a great off-road pedal system, Speedplay Frog pedals are ideal for road riders who prefer a recessed, walkable cleat. Like their amphibious namesake, Frog pedals are equally at home in dry or muddy terrain. Their unique cleats are virtually immune to clogging with mud or dirt, because debris is pushed out whenever you engage the pedal. This simple mechanism also puts an end to those infuriating falls caused by gunked-up pedals that won't release. You get out when you want to, and never when you don't. Of course, you also get all the advantages of Speedplay's other innovative designs: knee-friendly, non-centering free float; lightning-fast entry and exit; and phenomenal light weight. Whether you ride a mountain bike, road bike, tandem or 'cross bike, the Speedplay Frog can do it all. Comes standard with a set of G3 Frog cleats and mounting hardware. It's strong, durable, easier to mount and compatible with virtually all two-hole style shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Frog Stainless Mountain Bike Pedals One Color, One Size

The Frog Stainless is built on a super-strong, corrosion-resistant stainless steel spindle. While it's a few grams heavier than the titanium version, it has no weight limit and costs 30% less than the Frog Ti. The Frog Stainless is our best-selling Speedplay mountain pedal. Not just a great off-road pedal system, Speedplay Frog pedals are ideal for road riders who prefer a recessed, walkable cleat. Like their amphibious namesake, Frog pedals are equally at home in dry or muddy terrain. Their unique cleats are virtually immune to clogging with mud or dirt, because debris is pushed out whenever you engage the pedal. This simple mechanism also puts an end to those infuriating falls caused by gunked-up pedals that won't release. You get out when you want to, and never when you don't. Of course, you also get all the advantages of Speedplay's other innovative designs: knee-friendly, non-centering free float; lightning-fast entry and exit; and phenomenal light weight. Whether you ride a mountain bike, road bike, tandem or 'cross bike, the Speedplay Frog can do it all. Comes standard with a set of G3 Frog cleats and mounting hardware. It's strong, durable, easier to mount and compatible with virtually all two-hole style shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Light Action Stainless Pedals Black, One Size

This version of the Light Action pedal comes with spindles made from stainless steel, instead of Titanium or CroMoly steel. These weigh in at 206g, 42g more than the Ti version. It features an advanced hybrid-pedal technology that combines the most user-friendly characteristics found in Speedplay's popular X and Zero road pedals. They blend the legendary ease-of-entry and non-centering free-float of Speedplay's X Pedal System together with the robust spring design and enhanced durability of Speedplay's Zero Pedal System. Named "Light Action" after its unique low-force, high-security latch mechanism, the new Speedplay Light Action Pedal System provides the easiest and most intuitive entry and release functions ever offered by Speedplay. While Speedplay's primary design goal was to create the most user-friendly clipless pedal system ever, Light Action pedals continue to provide the same cutting-edge performance benefits that have made Speedplay pedals legendary, including: Dual-sided pedal allows instant "no-looking-down" entry. No flipping needed to engage. Self-locating cleat guides the entry motion and eliminates fumbling to find the pedal. True-locking engagement mechanism provides security and prevents inadvertent release. 15 degrees of non-centering free-float reduces stress on the knees. Large, stable cleat platform for optimal power transmission and all-day comfort. Extremely light weight pedals and cleats improve riding efficiency. Pedals weigh a mere 220 grams per pair. Thin pedal body provides the lowest stack height and best cornering clearance available. Simple cleat mounting and adjustment makes set-up easy. Precision cartridge and needle bearings for reduced friction and longer life. Built-in grease-port for fast and easy bearing maintenance. Choice of five great pedal color choices: Black, Blue, Pink, and Red. Please Note: Speedplay recommends these Light Action Pedals for recreational road use only. The reality is that the spri...

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Bike Shoe Shields Stainless Steel, One Size

We generally love Crankbrothers pedals for their light weight and bulletproof entry and exit in mucky conditions but the retention bars that are so key to their wonderful functionality unfortunately sometimes have a tendency to dig into the soles of our favorite (and expensive) shoes. Crankbrothers Shoe Shields are essentially just that: stainless steel plates that are added in between the cleat and shoe to protect the soles from damage. The precision cut guarantees a fit that is far better than what you can do with tin snips and a beer can on even your best day and clever cutouts still allow the cleats to dig into the shoe as usual to prevent unwanted twist. Crankbrothers Shoe Shields are thick enough to hold up well over time yet thin enough that they add virtually no stack height to mess with platform stability and use standard-length hardware. The slick finish even makes for smoother rotational float, too. Your shoes will thank you.

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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 44.5 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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Libra Look Cycling Shoe - Men's Black, 42.0 - Men's

DMT (Diamant) has been designing cycling footwear since 1978. But it doesn't do it alone. DMT has over 200 athletes in all disciplines of cycling that it uses to test and provide input before products are marketed to the public. Its Libra Look Road Shoes combine the technology found in its more expensive road shoes with a simple, elegant construction and design. First, it should be noted that this version of the Libra Road Shoe is Look pedal system specific. To this end, the sole had been tailored specifically for Look cleats. This means that the profile and stack height have been specifically designed to work in conjunction with the Look three-hole cleats. This means that the thickness and profile of the sole have been optimized so that rotational weight of the shoe is decreased and power transfer to the pedal is increased. The CG Fybertek-carbon and fiberglass sole is ultra-stiff to maximize power transfer to the pedals in every stroke. Although the cleat-specific sole of the Libra is impressive, it is the construction and fit of the uppers that make DMT cycling shoes lauded for their comfort. DMT uses over 200 athletes across the globe to test and give feedback about its shoes. The uppers were constructed of micro fiber and nylon mesh. The micro fiber is ultra-thin which allows it to conform to your foot. Additionally, mesh inserts help transfer moisture from your feet to the exterior of the shoe which helps to keep your feet dry. Aiding airflow is a perforated insole so that moisture is able to evaporate from both the top and bottom of your shoe. The Libra is secured using three hook and loop straps which thread through stainless rings to hold your foot tightly in the shoe. The Libra Road Shoes are finished with a replaceable heel stud. The DMT Libra Look Road Shoes are available in whole sizes 38. 0, 39. 0, whole and half sizes 41. 0 to 45. 5, and whole sizes 46. 0 and 47. 0. They come in two colors: White and Black.

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Vector S Power Meter Pedals

The Garmin Vector Pedals were introduced to an excited audience anxious to refine the collection of data from the drivetrain. The Vector S pedals not only further refine the process, they also reduce the price in the process. Even though your power is transferred via the pedals to the bike's drivetrain, most power systems use the hub to collect data. Garmin's advantage is that the pedals go straight to the source. The original version housed a sensor in each pedal, but for the latest iteration, Garmin realized that it could put one sensor on one side and multiply the measurements by two to achieve the same results. This also simplifies the design. This "pedal pod" is where the ANT+ transmitter is located and it is situated between the pedal and the crank arm and transmits data back to your computer. Now, in case you're concerned about the quality of the measurements taken, the Vector is no slacker. It takes rolling measurements in either three second averages or a more detailed real-time measurement. And because you shouldn't rely on a single number, the Vector S also gives you Training Stress Score, Normalized Power, Intensity Factor, total power (in watts), overall kilojoules, and power zones. These metrics are all transmitted within an expressed accuracy of +/- 2%. The Garmin Vector S is able to be self-serviced. The system is powered for just over 170 hours with 2032 coin cell batteries, which, the last time we checked, are only around two dollars apiece. In case you're concerned about cleat compatibility, the pedals themselves are designed to ride like the LOOK Keos, and they are only LOOK Keo-compatible. The pedals were molded from a carbon composite with CNC-machined stainless steel spindles. They have LCL bushings and sealed cartridge bearings. The system (hardware and cleats included) weighs in around 412 grams, about 14 grams lighter than the regular Vectors.

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G3 Frog Cleats

These replacement cleats are exactly what comes standard with Frog pedals. They include mounting hardware. They're strong, durable, easier to mount and compatible with virtually all two-hole style shoes in the marketplace. These are for the Frog Titanium, the Frog Stainless, and the Frog Chrome Moly pedals. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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G3 Frog Cleats One Color, One Size

These replacement cleats are exactly what comes standard with Frog pedals. They include mounting hardware. They're strong, durable, easier to mount and compatible with virtually all two-hole style shoes in the marketplace. These are for the Frog Titanium, the Frog Stainless, and the Frog Chrome Moly pedals. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Boat Cleat Hook in Metallic or White - White - Frontgate

Made of durable zinc alloy and finished in either a chrome plating or a white powdercoat. Stainless steel wall mount hardware included. Each hook is 7-1/4" long. Simple assembly. A cleverly repurposed dockside staple, our Boat Cleat Hooks were inspired by boating enthusiasts and designed to add nautically themed function to any space in your home. This handsome wall decor is made from durable zinc alloy. Finished with either a glossy white powdercoat or chrome finish, the hooks are as sturdy as they are eye-catching. . . . .

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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 41.5 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 40.5 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 39.5 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 44.0 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 43.0 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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