Scott Road Comp Boa Reflective Cycling Shoe - Men's

Scott Road Comp Boa Reflective Cycling Shoe - Men's
Scott Road Comp Boa Reflective Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Road Comp Boa Reflective Cycling Shoe - Men's by Scott
For low-light commuting or riding from dusk till dawn, the Scott Road Comp Boa Reflective Cycling Shoe features all the benefits of the popular Comp Boa with the added benefit of a fully reflective upper. A lower anatomic fit strap in combination with a Boa L6 fit system articulates to best fit the shape of the rider's foot, while the ErgoLogic insoles provide much needed arch support that improves comfort and power transfer. The nylon and fiberglass composite sole rates at a 6 out of 10 on Scott's stiffness scale, making these shoes stiff enough to satisfy the performance needs of serious riders, but comfortable enough to be worn on an all-day ride.

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