Lake MX238 SuperCross Cycling Shoe - Men's

Lake MX238 SuperCross Cycling Shoe - Men's
Lake MX238 SuperCross Cycling Shoe - Men's
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MX238 SuperCross Cycling Shoe - Men's by Lake
As cyclocross continues to be refined as a sport and differentiate itself from other off-road disciplines, Lake pursues progress towards the ideal cyclocross shoe. And the MX238 SuperCross stands as a benchmark in cyclocross-centric design to help keep you pacing out consistently powerful laps. In the worst of conditions, when you're layered with mud and scraping debris against your crank arms, the durable Helcor Abrasion resistant leather maintains its strength and performance. Off the bike the Hook Lycra heel liner holds tight as you clamber up steep levy walls. And slipping and sliding are minimized with the Claw Spike, at the front of the MX238, providing traction that you don't have to add accessory toe-spikes to achieve.

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