Scott MTB RC Lady Shoe - Women's

Scott MTB RC Lady Shoe - Women's
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MTB RC Lady Shoe - Women's by Scott
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Scott MTB RC Lady Shoe - Women's

Whether your ride of the day includes epic high desert singletrack, grunting up a steep, barrier-laden run-up, or heading out for a jaunt on your favorite local trail, the Scott Women's MTB RC Lady Shoes are up to the challenge. No frills, no pink (ok, just a little pink), just trail-rocking style with a heap of technology to support your feet while they drive your ride. Scott utilizes a strategic mix of lightweight microfiber and 3D nylon mesh to construct the MTB RC's upper, and it incorporates Wrap Fit technology in the construction for a snug 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 BOA IP1 strap closure system spans the top of the shoe, and two hook-and-loop straps across the midfoot make for a secure fit and easy adjustments on the fly. Inside, Scott's Adjustable ErgoLogic removable insole boasts a customizable arch for additional tweaks to the fit. Underfoot, Scott incorporates a light and stiff HMX carbon fiber sole for efficient power transfer. A lugged, X Traction outsole sits over the carbon to protect it from rocks and provide excellent grip when you're off the bike and climbing over obstacles. The shoes are finished with threading for two toe spikes for additional traction on muddy trails or steep inclines.

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