Cooking it into berms and cranking through XC miles in comfortable, high performance shoes doesn't have to mean breaking the bank. Scott's MTB Comp RS Lady Shoes stand to prove just that, hugging your feet in with snug support while you whip through trees and the rolling singletrack that unfolds in front of you, with a price tag that won't shred your wallet along the way. Made from durable polyurethane up top, and breathable 3D mesh the shoes will give your feet quite a treat with long-lasting support and moisture-wicking goodness as you push through the miles. The MTB Comp RS Lady Shoes feature Scott's signature wrap-canopy closure that adds a layer of structural synthetic leather to conform to your foot underneath the three hook-and-loop straps like a second skin, ensuring a snug and precise fit that doesn't pinch. ErgoLogic insoles sit underneath your foot, pre-shaped for support and improved comfort when you're putting down the power. Speaking of power, you don't want to waste your efforts on a folding shoe, so Scott equips the shoes with a nylon-injected fiberglass sole that keeps things stiff for excellent power transfer to the pedals. Sticki rubber adheres to the outside of the sole for tacky grip when you have to hop off of your bike to scope out the trail ahead before diving in blindly to a chunky rock garden, with lugs for holding on tight, and the ability to mount spikes up front if you're getting extra-wild on slick days.
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