Shimano S-PHYRE Replaceable Heel Pad

Shimano S-PHYRE Replaceable Heel Pad
Shimano S-PHYRE Replaceable Heel Pad
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S-PHYRE Replaceable Heel Pad by Shimano
You're fairly popular around your hometown, so it's hard to go for a ride without someone wanting to meet you at the local cafe. That means your heel pads have seen a lot of ground, so it's time to grab the S-PHYRE Replaceable Heel Pads to give yourself some traction on the freshly mopped cafe floor. These pads come with all the necessary hardware, so swapping out your old ones is easy even if your old hardware is looking worse for wear.

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SKU: SHI00LV
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Manufactured by Shimano
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