Mavic Cosmic Elite SL Cycling Shoe - Men's

Mavic Cosmic Elite SL Cycling Shoe - Men's
Mavic Cosmic Elite SL Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Cosmic Elite SL Cycling Shoe - Men's by Mavic
When the road pitches up and you're fighting gravity with every pedal stroke, you'll be glad for the feather-weight and supremely stiff Cosmic Elite SL Shoes upon your feet. Mavic designed the Elite SL for the long steady climbs, when we need both a stiff sole to efficiently transfer power to the cranks, as well as a breathable upper to keep feet cool for the way up the mountain. Mavic eliminates all unnecessary weight from the Cosmic Elite SL to ensure they are as light as possible, weighing a scant 230grams. A single BOA dial provides a precise fit, while the hook-and-loop strap helps secure the foot in place for optimal power transfer.

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SKU: MAVZ246
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