Sure, some people might kit up for the trail with the stiffest carbon shoes possible, putting themselves through torture to gain speed, but you're more for the comfort side of things, and we can respect that. To offer you a softer fit than race-ready kicks, Lake created the MX105 Mountain Bike Shoe. At first glance they may look like a sneaker, but don't be fooled -- the MX105 is ready to take to the trail, with a supportive Trail V outsole, and lightweight canvas and Teltile synthetic uppers, and a DWR coating to keep your toes dry in light showers. The outsole has a profile more akin to a hiking boot than a bike shoe, offering you tons of grip with deep lugs when you've got to hike-a-bike across a precarious log bridge, or simply want to get off trail a few feet to check out the view. The sole also features a removable cleat plate cover, allowing you to skip the clipless pedals and opt for caged pedals or flats.
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Lake MX105 Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's
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