Lake Lake MX168 Enduro Cycling Shoe - Men's

Lake Lake MX168 Enduro Cycling Shoe - Men's
Lake Lake MX168 Enduro Cycling Shoe - Men's
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MX168 Enduro Cycling Shoe - Men's by Lake
Lake has well-earned their reputation for making quality footwear for any cycling discipline, and the MX168 Enduro is no exception. Lake uses their MX Sport Last, for a roomier toe box, which makes the hiking sections more comfortable, while maintaining the stiff sole you need for pedaling efficiency. The durable upper with rubber toe and side guards protects from rocks and roots as you pedal or hike your way to the top of the trail. A dual-direction Boa dial and two hook-and-loop straps help dial in the fit, and the quick-release lace guides make for fast transitions and easy cleaning at the end of the ride. The Enduro-specific sole differs from the standard MX168 with its sturdy rubber and added traction of SuperGrip tread blocks to ensure stable footing on any terrain.

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