Considered by some to be separate sports, the transitions in triathlon require speed, mental preparation, and efficiency to come together into as few precious seconds as possible. Louis Garneau's entry-level, Tri X-Speed IV shoes provide that critical idea of performance simplicity with X-Comfort Zone technology and double hook-and-loop straps. Dashing out of the water with wet feet that seem to not want to fit into anything except sandals, you'll find the wide-opening on the X-Speed welcoming for narrow and wide feet alike. When you're ready to start pushing the power, fasten down the straps and the patented Ergo Air sole -- comprised of nylon and fiberglass -- goes to work transferring power to the pedals.Louis Garneau equips the X-Speed with a breathable insole that not only comforts as you pedal, but also has a focus on the upcoming run. Perforations rush air inside the X-Speed to evaporate moisture from the swim so that you can begin the run with fresh, dry feet.
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