Shimano SH-RP3 Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's

Shimano SH-RP3 Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's
Shimano SH-RP3 Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's
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SH-RP3 Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's by Shimano
The Men's SH-RP3 Wide Cycling Shoes are Shimano's answer to riders with wider feet looking for comfortable road shoes with functionality that punches well above its price point. The SH-RP3s feature an outsole stiffness rating of six on Shimano's 12-point scale, which sits in the middle of the spectrum between comfort and competition to provide an ideal mix of both to keep your feet comfortable through long rides while still transferring power efficiently. Compatible with two-bolt and three-bolt cleats, these shoes will work with almost any pedal system, including most spin bike pedals. The SH-RP3's closure systems consists of a middle hook-and-loop strap that passes through a mid-foot D-ring for stability and adjustability while diffusing tension across the foot. An additional hook-and-loop strap crosses the forefoot, and a ratchet strap fastens across the top of the shoe for a customized fit and even pressure distribution. A padded tongue provides cushion to further minimize pressure points.

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SKU: SHI00AI
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