Shimano IC3 Cycling Shoe - Women's

Shimano IC3 Cycling Shoe - Women's
Shimano IC3 Cycling Shoe - Women's
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IC3 Cycling Shoe - Women's by Shimano
If you are a cycling enthusiast but want to maintain normal walking ability when off the bike, then the soft-sole of the Shimano IC3 Cycling Shoe will captivate your heart. The sneaker-style cycling shoe features everything needed to clip-in to the spin bike or two-bolt SPD pedal on your own whip without the super stiff sole that makes walking clunky. Securing the feet for high-performance is the strong, single BOA L6 dial connected to a broad instep strap for comfort and stability in high-energy cycling efforts. Breathable mesh on the top sheds heat and moisture as the intensity increases, and the subtle styling of the IC3 helps blend back into the everyday environments with ease if you forget your standards sneaker at home.

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SKU: SHIU1AX
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