Sidi Wire Push Speedplay Cycling Shoe - Men's

Sidi Wire Push Speedplay Cycling Shoe - Men's
$499.99
Wire Push Speedplay Cycling Shoe - Men's by Sidi
Price subject to change | SKU: SID006D

Sidi Wire Push Speedplay Cycling Shoe - Men's

Sidi has a competitive streak, and the brand seems to be unable to sit and appreciate its successes of the last decades for very long at all. Like an only child with no maddeningly perfect older sibling always one step ahead, Sidi instead continuously strives to outdo itself, and its Wire Speedplay Shoe represents the Italian firm's latest bid to raise the bar even higher. Invest in a pair to ride with the top end shoe from a brand continuously occupying the upper echelon in cycling shoe design. When you slide your toes into these slippers, Sidi's Tecno 3 buckle eagerly awaits the chance to wrap around your foot in a slim, contoured silhouette. Micro-adjust to your heart's content as you secure the durable Techpro microfiber around your foot; the system aims to achieve efficient power transfer while yielding to the curves of your foot for a fit that's free of pressure points and hot spots. Also working towards better power transfer, the Heel Security System allows you to tighten the shoe to fit closely around your heel. Bony, knobby heeled cyclists prone to heel slip: pay attention. This system is a game changer when you find yourself throwing power into the pedals on steep grades and during out-of-the-saddle sprints. Arguably the most crucial player in the power transfer game, the featherweight Vent Carbon sole's lightness belies its unyielding rigidity. Stand up and sprint or sit down to barrel through a climb in the big ring, and either way your hard-won watts will be delivered where they need to go. Sidi also built a slight degree of flex into the sole to make sure you stay comfortable. Since this is the Speedplay-specific version of the Wire, the shoe comes with Speedplay cleats and cleat protectors.

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