SELECT Road V5 Studio Cycling Shoe - Women's by Pearl Izumi
Finding the time for a training ride can be tough in a 9-to-5 world filled with unpredictable variables. You might have the perfect base miles planned, only for traffic or a hailstorm to rain down on your afternoon jaunt -- but the stationary bike or trainer will never let you down. For those days when you just need to get your miles in, Pearl Izumi makes the SELECT Road V5 Studio Shoe for Women. With inspiration taken from the clean and modern aesthetic of the standard Road V5, Pearl crafts the V5 Studio to take on the challenges of indoor cycling with power, precision, and breathability to boot. Miles on the trainer without a breeze can not only fog up the windows in your pain-cave, but create quite the humid environment in your shoes as well. That's why the V5 Studio Shoes are built with breathability as a top priority. This is done with a combination of technology, like the super-perforated uppers, and mesh toe box to let the sweat escape, and odor-fighting mesh that works to kill the funk before it starts. Closed-cell foam makes up the lining, helping shed sweat and water further to keep you comfortable. Silvadur technology is combined with the new polyethylene shockliner to soak up harsh jolts and vibrations that you feel from the bike, and a stiff sole gives you unwavering support as you push through your base miles.
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