SELECT Road V5 Studio Cycling Shoe - Men's by Pearl Izumi
You're committed to cycling now and short days and bad weather won't keep you from getting on your bike even if that means indoors on the trainer or rollers or a spin class session. Pearl Izumi's SELECT Road V5 Studio Cycling Shoe for Men lets you keep your expensive cycling shoes for longer rides when the weather breaks and provides a set of dedicated shoes for the gym. The materials and construction itself are specifically built to endure the challenging environment, such as hot and humid conditions, of indoor cycling. It's equipped to handle three-bolt road and two-bolt mountain cleats so it'll work with virtually any cleat you're currently using including those popular on spin bikes.The synthetic collar and closed cell foam padding on the Select Studio V5's help shed sweat, and the anti-microbial upper mesh helps resist odor-causing bacteria and fungus. Inside the shoe, a PE sockliner with Silvadur anti-microbial material adds durability and additional bacterial resistance. Added ventilation holes in the last board add more breathability during those long intervals. You won't feel bad leaving these shoes in a locker or gear bag as you save your high-end kicks for better days.
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