Diadora Vortex-Pro II Shoes - Men's

Diadora Vortex-Pro II Shoes - Men's
Diadora Vortex-Pro II Shoes - Men's
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Vortex-Pro II Shoes - Men's by Diadora
Diadora developed the Vortex-Pro II Cycling Shoes for grand tour winners like Quintana and Valverde, putting them arguably among the most efficient and comfortable pro-level kicks on the market. For the upper, Diadora uses its anti-stretch Air Mesh Suprell-Tech microfiber, which provides excellent ventilation while maintaining a secure and flexible fit for your foot. To ensure every watt you generate is efficiently transferred to the pedals, the Pro Road outsoles are made with full 3k carbon fiber, resulting in a shoe that boasts a top score of 12 on the rigidity scale. Diadora covers the outsole with its NET Breathing System, a defensive membrane that prevents your feet from overheating and also protects them against moisture, mud and other irritating invasive debris. The perforated EVA foam insole offers a contoured fit with added ventilation, and the removable, anti-slip heel pad keeps your foot comfortably in place. The Vortex-Pro II is equipped with two BOA IP 1 Dials, allowing you to find the most precise fit and easily make adjustments on the fly.

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