Diadora Spinning Gym Shoes - Men's

Diadora Spinning Gym Shoes - Men's
Diadora Spinning Gym Shoes - Men's
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Spinning Gym Shoes - Men's by Diadora
Make your favorite spin class even more effective with Diadora's Spinning Gym Shoes, which feature a fit reminiscent of your favorite outdoor shoes paired with a more forgiving sole that's compatible with the two-bolt pedals used on spin bikes. On the days you're late to class and get stuck on a bike far from a fan, the Suprell-Air Mesh uppers with mesh paneling will make sure your feet can breathe during your sweatiest workouts, and with a Boa closure and hook-and-loop strap, your feet won't move around as you shift in the saddle during punishing interval sets. The shoe's outsole is made of EVA, rubber, and a composite-reinforced insert that accommodates a two-bolt cleat in the gym or while you're commuting. You'll have an EVA foam insert and a shaped heel cup to add shape and support to the inside of the shoe, and although you'll still have cleats to contend with, the cushioned outsole makes walking or doing errands after a workout much easier than with a traditional pair of cycling shoes.

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SKU: DIA001V
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