Shimano SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's

Shimano SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's
Shimano SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's
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SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's by Shimano
Find more purchase and confidence on your pedals with the Shimano SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe. Featuring a sticky rubber outsole, this shoe grips flat pedals so well as you ride that you'll be surprised how easy it is to put a foot down when you need it. The flat sole makes off-bike travel way easier, featuring more surface area and stability on the trail than any shoe with cleats. Underfoot, an optimized shank plank provides the rigidity needed for efficient power transfer while an EVA midsole cushions your foot to keep you comfortable. The synthetic upper is breathable and manages moisture to keep your foot from feeling swampy, so you can ride for long hours without worrying about chafing and discomfort.

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SKU: SHI00JH
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