Louis Garneau Tri X-Lite II Tri Cycling Shoe - Men's

Louis Garneau Tri X-Lite II Tri Cycling Shoe - Men's
Louis Garneau Tri X-Lite II Tri Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Tri X-Lite II Tri Cycling Shoe - Men's by Louis Garneau
You learned your lesson the hard way that standard cycling shoes just can't cut it in a triathlon, with frustratingly slow transitions sandwiched around mile after uncomfortable mile of squishy, sloshy pedal strokes from water trapped in your shoes. This time around, you're prepared with a new pair of Louis Garneau Men's Tri X-Lite II Tri Shoes and their perforated, breathable uppers that dry quickly for friction-free pedaling. Transitions are also now seamless affairs thanks to a large, easy-to-fasten strap and handy pull tab that makes stepping in and clipping in a breeze and will have you off and running afterwards in a snap.

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SKU: LGN00GZ
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