Northwave Storm Carbon Cycling Shoe - Men's

Northwave Storm Carbon Cycling Shoe - Men's
Northwave Storm Carbon Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Storm Carbon Cycling Shoe - Men's by Northwave
Northwave's Storm Carbon Cycling Shoe brings top-tier cycling shoe technology to a mid-range price. Wrapped in a synthetic, unibody upper with Uber-open-knit mesh, you'll have the compressive support needed for high-energy racing and riding without suffering unduly from peak summertime sun. Northwave chooses a mixed closure style for the Strom with an SLW3 dial at the side and a traditional toe hook-and-loop strap for stability. With the asymmetric lacing pattern, you'll have incremental adjustment ability and no pressure points across the top of your foot. The Storm's sole uses Morph Carbon 12 S with a full-carbon insert directly at the pedal interface for maximum stiffness and power transfer. At the same time, Northwave's exclusive Anatomical Arch Support TPU system helps the shoe shape your specific arch for ideal comfort and support while cycling.The Storm can pair to Speedplay's adapter for low stack height.

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