Mavic Cosmic Pro II Cycling Shoe - Men's

Mavic Cosmic Pro II Cycling Shoe - Men's
Mavic Cosmic Pro II Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Cosmic Pro II Cycling Shoe - Men's by Mavic
Mavic updates their all-around road shoe to make it even more comfortable and adjustable for your perfect fit. BOA IP1 dials and an optimally stiff sole provide the comfort and efficiency you need for all-day training or racing. The stiff, light and thin Energy Carbon sole focuses all of your watts directly into your drivetrain, while the Energy Frame securely holds your foot in place reducing any wasted movement. The Cosmic Pro II is built for high-performance and to withstand even the most powerful riders' pedal strokes. A snug fit is no good if it's cutting into your foot or it's uncomfortable, so the Endofit tongue construction ensures a wraparound fit without hot spots or pressure points.

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SKU: MAVZ245
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