Ride Concepts Traverse Cycling Shoe - Women's

Ride Concepts Traverse Cycling Shoe - Women's
Ride Concepts Traverse Cycling Shoe - Women's
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Traverse Cycling Shoe - Women's by Ride Concepts
Whether your plan includes an all-day epic link-up of your favorite trails, or a hard-charging downhill run, the Traverse Cycling Shoe provides the stability and security needed for demanding rides. Let's start with the sole: the DST 8. 0 Mid Grip Rubber Outsole and nylon shank provide optimal stiffness and grip, while the wide cleat box makes pedal entry fast and easy. The insole has additional padding on the forefoot and heel to help absorb impacts from landings, and the nylon heel cup adds support when you're charging through turns. Ride Concepts crafts the Traverse's upper from synthetic leather, which balances breathability and weather-resistance to keep feet comfortable in any conditions. A hook-and-loop strap adds security to the upper, helping you beat your own record on your local downhill run.

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SKU: RPT000C
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