Five Ten Freerider Contact Cycling Shoe - Women's

Five Ten Freerider Contact Cycling Shoe - Women's
Five Ten Freerider Contact Cycling Shoe - Women's
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Freerider Contact Cycling Shoe - Women's by Five Ten
The Five Ten Women's Freerider Contact Women's Shoes build on the well-loved Freerider with a slightly more casual styling and even grippier sole for confident purchase on the pedals. Five Ten's Contact Outsole features super grippy Stealth Mi6 rubber under the ball of the foot for treadless, secure pedal grip and vibration damping over the roughest trails. A stiff midsole provides just the right amount of support while still remaining walkable, and a reinforced toe cap provides extra protection for your feet. The durable synthetic upper resists abrasion while mesh paneling provides cooling ventilation while you rock the park, cruise the DH circuit, or clean lines across all manner of all-mountain riding.

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SKU: FVT001S
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