Shimano SH-RT400 Cycling Shoe - Women's

Shimano SH-RT400 Cycling Shoe - Women's
Shimano SH-RT400 Cycling Shoe - Women's
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SH-RT400 Cycling Shoe - Women's by Shimano
After hopping on your old cruiser to get to and from class through college, you've decided you miss commuting by bike. Now that you've upgraded the now falling-apart cruiser for a newer, more reliable steed, don't stop there. Invest in a real pair of cycling kicks, (no, not the battered sneakers you wore through college), like the Shimano SH-RT400 Cycling Shoe, and make commuting a habit that sticks. As part of Shimano's new commuting line, the SH-RT400's clean, minimal aesthetic is a departure for a brand more known for performance-focused road and MTB shoes. With sleek synthetic leather uppers free of overlays, the SH-RT400 feels light and breathable as you navigate bike lane traffic. Designed with everyday practicality and comfort in mind, the SH-RT400's fiberglass composite soles provide a healthy dose of flex for when you're stuck in traffic, while its full-length rubber outsoles keep you stepping confidently on sidewalks and office floors.

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SKU: SHI00CU
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