Multi Air Flex Cycling Shoe - Men's by Louis Garneau
Clip in and hit the singletrack trails, start riding into work, or hit the gym and take a spin class in the winter with the Men's Multi Air Flex Mountain Bike Shoe from Louis Garneau. Extremely versatile and friendly on the wallet, this shoe is an easy choice if you need some backup shoes or if you're in the market for your first pair of clipless shoes. These Multi Air Flex's use Louis Garneau's standard last offering a slightly roomier fit for all-day comfort that still keeps your feet secure in the shoes. Louis Garneau uses a durable synthetic leather upper with mesh inserts for breathability. Three hook-and-loop closures make getting in and out of the shoes super easy and offer a solid, yet soft support over the top of your foot that's easily adjustable on the fly. A ventilated EVA insole keep feet from overheating on long summer rides and absorb trail chatter while preventing any hot spots or other foot discomforts. At the rear of the shoe is Garneau's HRS-80 heel stabilizer that keeps the heel anchored in place for efficient pedaling. On the outside of the heel are reflective accents for visibility to motorists while heading back to the trailhead in low-light. For the sole, the Multi Air Flex nylon and fiberglass outsole offers just enough toe flexion for easy walking while off the bike with grippy lugs for sure footing. The sole accepts 2-bolt cleats that are used on almost every mountain bike pedal.
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