Pearl Izumi Tour Road Cycling Shoe - Men's

Pearl Izumi Tour Road Cycling Shoe - Men's
Pearl Izumi Tour Road Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Tour Road Cycling Shoe - Men's by Pearl Izumi
Combining the classic look of a lace-up with modern cycling shoe technology, the Pearl Izumi Tour Road Cycling Shoe offers versatile performance at a price that won't leave a dent in your bank account. The supportive nylon composite sole integrates a stiff carbon plate at the ball of the foot to maximize power transfer, with the flexibility to run either 2-bolt SPD or 3-bolt SPD-SL cleats to suit all of your cycling endeavors. The fully bonded seamless upper construction creates a slipper like fit that is highly adjustable thanks to the traditional lacing system, and an additional set of laces is included in the box so you can choose between subtle styling or colorful pop.

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