Scott Road Pro Lady Shoe - Women's

Scott Road Pro Lady Shoe - Women's
Scott Road Pro Lady Shoe - Women's
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Road Pro Lady Shoe - Women's by Scott
If you're looking to trade out the platforms and upgrade your road ride to clipless, trust the Scott Women's Road Pro Lady Shoe to help you make the transition cleanly. While the Road Pro Lady won't promise to stop you from tipping over in the grass a few times while you get the hang of things, it'll quickly illustrate just how fast you can ride when your shoes are working with you. Sure, the minimal running kicks you usually ride with are airy and light, but they're also not all that supportive. In contrast, the Road Pro Lady manages to blend support without sacrificing breathability. Scott shapes the uppers with a combination of mesh and microfiber that conform willingly to the topography of your feet. The uppers then close via two hook-and-loop straps and a ratcheting buckle, which allow you to adjust tightness along the entire length of your foot. Once you're confidently pedaling, rejoice in the stiffness of the Road Pro Lady's nylon sole. While you marvel at how you ever put up with flexible old running shoes in the saddle for so long, the soles will deliver snappy power transfer whether you're on a century or your favorite local loop.

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