Scott MTB Pro Lady Shoes - Women's

Scott MTB Pro Lady Shoes - Women's
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MTB Pro Lady Shoes - Women's by Scott
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Scott MTB Pro Lady Shoes - Women's

Whether you're setting aside your road bike to tackle the local cyclocross scene, heading out on your first trail ride, or replacing worn-out kicks after a long season of racing in the dirt, the Scott Women's MTB Pro Lady Shoes deliver impeccable comfort and durability at a price that won't break the bank. Featuring adjustable fit options and a stiff nylon and fiberglass sole, these shoes will keep your feet comfortable as you tackle even the longest, toughest day on the trails. Scott fashions the MTB Pro's upper from a mix of microfiber and 3D nylon mesh. The lasts incorporate an AHC heel counter and Scott's Wrap Fit construction for a comfortable, supportive, and customized-feeling fit. Wrap Fit is essentially an internal layer of synthetic leather that provides extra support while conforming to your foot shape to reduce pressure points and increase comfort. A ratchet buckle crosses the top of the shoe, and two hook-and-loop straps across the midfoot make for a secure fit and easy adjustment on the fly. Scott's Adjustable ErgoLogic removable insole with a customizable arch adorns the inside of each shoe for additional tweaks to the fit. Underfoot, Scott incorporates a nylon fiberglass co-injected sole for efficient power transfer and a lugged X Traction outsole for excellent grip during hike-a-bike situations. Threading for two toe spikes on each shoe provides options for additional traction for easier navigation of muddy trails or steep inclines.

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