Louis Garneau Gravel II Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's

Louis Garneau Gravel II Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's
Louis Garneau Gravel II Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's
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Gravel II Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's by Louis Garneau
The views along the roads less traveled mean precious little if our feet are aching by the time we reach the ridgeline. Louis Garneau's Gravel II Shoe delivers a comfortable yet efficient platform for pedaling your way far beyond view of your home and onto the gravel roads on the county's edge. The rubber outsole is supported by a fiberglass and nylon shank to ensure power transfer from feet to pedals, while the trio of hook-and-loop straps snug down the fit for your best comfort. With a rubber toe-cap to improve durability on hiking sections, the Gravel II makes a perfect match for any of your off-pavement ventures.

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