Diadora Trivex Plus II Shoes - Men's

Diadora Trivex Plus II Shoes - Men's
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Trivex Plus II Shoes - Men's by Diadora
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Diadora Trivex Plus II Shoes - Men's

Harmoniously balancing the needs of dedicated cyclists, the Diadora Men's Trivex Plus II Shoes offer fast-drying comfort, a truly customizable fit, and efficient power transmission. Supporting the shoe's upper, the Morpho A. M. Cage stabilizes your foot during rapid pedaling. Suprell-Mesh enhances moisture transport and evaporation for a pleasantly cool feel on hot summer rides. Along the inside, the anti-stretch EVA footbed softens the feel without stretching out, meaning it'll hold its shape through long-distance use. Securing the fit when you're hammering down straightaways and climbing steep grades, the Performance 4-point buckle ratchets incrementally for a customizable fit. Its large button release ensures a quick exit when you're finished riding for the day. Hook-and-loop straps confidently close along the mid and lower sections for added support. The upper strap features Multifit adjust, which gives you the choice of using two different strap locations to accommodate varying foot widths and shapes. Stiff enough to be responsive, yet not overly rigid like race-specific soles, the Performance Road CR sole features a composite-reinforced material for efficient power transmission. It sports a removable heel pad made of Duratech rubber for slip-free grip when you're dismounting from your bike or cruising into the cafe post-ride. The heel pad is fixed by a single screw and easily removes from the inside by lifting up the footbed.

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