Sidi Wire Push Cycling Shoe - Men's

Sidi Wire Push Cycling Shoe - Men's
$499.99
Wire Push Cycling Shoe - Men's by Sidi
Price subject to change | SKU: SID006C

Sidi Wire Push Cycling Shoe - Men's

You'd be hard pressed to find a cycling shoe that combines svelte Italian styling with precise fit customization like the Sidi Men's Wire Push Cycling Shoe. Impressive out of the box, the Wire Push Cycling Shoe stuns onlookers with its glossy Microfibra TechPro material. This synthetic leather material emphasizes lightweight support and stability with added water-repellency in inclement weather conditions. The Wire Push Cycling Shoe incorporates Sidi's Soft Instep 3 System and newly improved Tecno-3 Push System for a fine-tuned fit. The Soft Instep 3 System distributes pressure evenly across the instep area with its wide, anatomically curved strap and soft EVA pad. It's adjustable from both sides, centering the EVA pad over the foot's instep to eliminate pressure points. The Tecno-3 Push System uses two ratcheting dials to customize the fit along the instep and forefoot with Sidi's proprietary, non-stretch wire wrapping for security. The Push in the shoes' title refers to the little red buttons on each dial, which release the ratchet levers for quick and precise re-adjustments, even while you're riding. Sitting at the heart of this cycling shoe, the Vent Carbon Sole seamlessly transfers power to the pedals while ventilating your feet with integrated air channels. Woven carbon at opposing angles maximizes stiffness for sprinting out of the saddle and cranking up steep alpine passes. This lay-up leaves a small degree of controlled flex along the toe area, relieving stress on the plantar tendon while promoting circulation. It features a standard 3-hole pattern with 10mm lateral and fore/aft cleat alignment scale for mounting your cleats.

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