Shimano SH-WM64 Mountain Bike Shoes - Women's

Shimano SH-WM64 Mountain Bike Shoes - Women's
Shimano SH-WM64 Mountain Bike Shoes - Women's
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SH-WM64 Mountain Bike Shoes - Women's by Shimano
Kit up for a day on the trail with the Shimano SH-WM64 Women's Mountain Bike Shoes. Built to toe the line between comfort and competition, these shoes feature an outsole stiffness index of five. Compared to the top-end, race-bred SH-XC90's super stiff rating of 11, the SH-WM64's middle ranking of five boasts just enough stiffness for recreational power transfer and enough flex to stay comfortable over the long haul. The SH-WM64's closure systems consists of a ratchet strap across the top with two hook-and-loop straps spanning the midfoot and forefoot in opposite directions to evenly distribute pressure and provide secure comfort. Shimano incorporates its Torbal Torsional midsole, which allows for a bit of lateral flex in the heel for improved stability and balance when navigating technical, twisty trails. A rubber outsole provides sure grip when scrambling over rocks, climbing over embankments, or sauntering into your favorite post-ride coffee shop.

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SKU: SHI00AE
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