Northwave Razer Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's

Northwave Razer Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's
Northwave Razer Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's
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Razer Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's by Northwave
Take to the trail for XC hot laps and race day alike with Northwave's Razer Mountain Bike Shoe. These cross-country tuned kicks combine breathable synthetic uppers with Northwave's signature XC 10 Sole that lands at a stiffness index of 10 out of 12 to set you up with immediate power when you've got to hammer down on the pedals to push up punchy climbs, and sprint through the straight away. They use a unibody construction that matches strategically placed mesh inserts with ultra-thin synthetics to offer you unrivaled breahtability, paired with targeted stability while you ride. They feature asymmetric lacing that removes pressure from your arch and instep, keeping the fit snug without putting the hurt on pressure points. The toe and heel boxes are reinforced with welded TPU panels that elevate protection.

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SKU: NTW004F
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