Shimano RC1 Cycling Shoe - Men's

Shimano RC1 Cycling Shoe - Men's
Shimano RC1 Cycling Shoe - Men's
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RC1 Cycling Shoe - Men's by Shimano
Shimano's entry-level RC1 Cycling Shoe hits the sweet spot between spin-class readiness and budget-minded touring. With an eye on simplicity and comfort, the three offset hook-and-loop straps close down to provide a secure and performance-focused fit while keeping a refined and aerodynamic profile. The moderate stiffness of the fiberglass reinforced nylon sole, combined with opening the straps after your interval session, provides a pleasant walking experience compared to highly stiff carbon-soled shoes on the market. The perforated synthetic upper breathes and cleans easily after early spring rides on semi-damp roadways. The RC1 is equipped to pair with 3-bolt cleat systems making it ideal for road-specific cycling or your at-home trainer.

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