Louis Garneau Tri X-Speed III Shoe - Women's

Louis Garneau Tri X-Speed III Shoe - Women's
Louis Garneau Tri X-Speed III Shoe - Women's
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Tri X-Speed III Shoe - Women's by Louis Garneau
Not all triathletes are in the business of winning; there are plenty of us who just focus on finishing. This is especially true of the 140. 6 events, and the Louis Garneau Tri X-Speed III Women's Shoes are made to ensure that bucket listers get through the bike leg with feet that are still able to run (or walk) a marathon. Compared to pure race shoes like the X-Lite II, the X-Speed III has a roomier fit and increased arch support, features that help take the pressure off of metatarsals and reduce the risk of hot spots. Underfoot, the X-Speed III's fiberglass/nylon outsole is a tried and trusted design for intermediate age groupers. It's stiff enough that it won't hold you back but doesn't carry the exorbitant price tag of carbon fiber. Courtesy of a reversed strap and a grab-without-looking heel loop, those stiff planks secure easily while rolling out of transition, and the single strap design means that no-look ease extends to mid-ride adjustments as the sun rises and begins warming the course.

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SKU: LGN00H2
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Manufactured by Louis Garneau
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