Your riding might take you to singletrack sprints for the finish line, or hopping hurdles with your CX rig over shoulder, and your shoes shouldn't limit you to one or the other. The Scott MTB RC Shoes make for the perfect kicks to slip on before you head to the starting line, with stiff carbon soles, and uppers that feel like second-skin to keep you locked into place with two Boa dials for a perfectly cusomized fit. Lugged outsoles keep you locked to the ground on foot for on-foot sections, with an open tread pattern that sheds mud, leaving it on the course where it belongs The combination of microfiber and airmesh encourages air to move freely throughout the shoe, without compromising on security and support around the top of your foot. Two BOA IP1 dials weave their way across the top of your instep, offering almost limitless potential for you to adjust, then readjust, until you find just the right fit. As you'd expect from a high-end race shoe, the MTB RC comes adorned with a light, stiff carbon fiber sole prepared to deliver watts to the pedals as you mash down on them through flyovers or rutted rock gardens. Scott gives the HMX Carbon sole on the MTB RC Shoes a whopping 10 out of 10 on the stiffness index, ensuring all of the power you put down goes straight into the pedals, and isn't wasted. Atop the carbon, a lugged outsole provides you with grip and traction when you have no choice but to shoulder your bike to run up a set of stairs or through a nasty technical stretch of singletrack.
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