Sidi Drako SRS Push Shoes - Men's

Sidi Drako SRS Push Shoes - Men's
$499.99
Drako SRS Push Shoes - Men's by Sidi
Price subject to change | SKU: SID006E

Sidi Drako SRS Push Shoes - Men's

You've trusted Sidi shoes on the road for years now, so if you and your Lycra are finally making the jump off the roads and onto the trails, don't question a good thing. Make Sidi's Drako SRS Push Shoes a part of your XC kit and enjoy pro-approved fit and functionality as you figure out the intricacies of suspension and a whole new medium of riding. As you and your weight-conscious machine take to the singletrack, you'll have Sidi's incredibly durable Lorica microfiber wrapped securely around your feet, complete with windows of breathable mesh to keep your toes from overheating. As a member of the upper echelon of Sidi shoes, the Drako exemplifies Sidi in all of its technical glory. The Tecno3 Push fastener has been a Sidi mountain and road mainstay for years; use it to micro-adjust the fit of the Drako along your instep to a minute degree whether you're in the saddle already or going through your pre-ride ritual. When you're done riding, the whole system releases with a quick push of a button. Power transfer remains as sacred a phrase on singletrack as it is on the roads, and Sidi takes it seriously with the Drako. Before you ride, adjust the heel cup to fit exactly the way you want it around your heel to experience a slip-free ride, even when you're pushing on a climb. It's one of the most beloved Sidi features, consistently delivering your watts to the pedals. The Drako's carbon fiber sole does its own share of work to promote efficient power transfer as well; the medium modulus carbon allows for an appropriate amount of flex for off-road riding, while remaining stiff and responsive. Sidi finishes the Drako with an outsole complete with replaceable SRS tread blocks for hike-ready traction.

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