Extreme Pro Astana Cycling Shoe - Men's by Northwave
Buying a pro-team jersey to fly the flag of your favorite professional team is fun and makes you feel part of the family. But stepping into custom team-edition, high-performance, carbon road shoes, such as the Northwave Extreme Pro helps you begin to perform like your favorite riders as well. The Astana-edition blue color represents the sky on the Kazakhstan flag, in which a powerful eagle soars with high aspirations. Perhaps setting lofty dreams of effortless climbing like team riders, Jakob Fuglsang and Miguel Angel Lopez, becomes more exciting while wearing the same shoes as they do.Northwave constructs an exclusive platform to stomp on by way of the PowerShape Carbon 15 sole, and their own power PowerShape System, that combine to give you 100% power transfer to the pedals and a jaw-dropping stiffness index of 15. Northwave provides further assurance of power-transfer by using dial-closures and a patented X-Frame 2 upper, that holds your foot firmly, but comfortably, to the insole to limit excess movement and decrease the lag time between muscle activation and you actually moving the pedal.
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