Designed in collaboration with Troy Lee Designs, the Five Ten Kestrel Pro BOA TLD Shoe helps you transfer maximum power to the pedals on technical climbs, and then turn around and drop into steep lines with confidence. Combining Five Ten's stiffest carbon-infused shank with clipless compatibility, these shoes provide an efficient all-mountain ride that doesn't sacrifice comfort. The tacky Stealth C4 rubber outsole provides confident footing in all terrain, and gives you some extra grip on the pedals if you miss a clip-in, or if conditions are less-than-ideal. The synthetic uppers are durable and weather-resistant, and feature micro-perforations for breathability. The perforated EVA tongue with mesh overlay adds additional ventilation, and sits comfortably against your foot with some padding for protection. Molded toe and heel guards provide additional protection from rock strikes and errant trail debris. The Kestrel Pro Boa has more room in the toe box than the original Kestrel Boa shoes, but uses the same Boa dial closure for a micro-adjustable fit that's quick, easy, and secure. The lightweight EVA midsole and the OrthoLite insoles provide cushion and support for your feet, and a non-slip heel cup ensures a secure hold when you're mashing away at the pedals.
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Five Ten Kestrel Pro BOA TLD Shoe - Men's
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