Shimano SH-RP1 Cycling Shoe - Men's

Shimano SH-RP1 Cycling Shoe - Men's
Shimano SH-RP1 Cycling Shoe - Men's
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SH-RP1 Cycling Shoe - Men's by Shimano
The Shimano SH-RP1 Cycling Shoes are great entry level road and spin class kicks. The dual hook and loop straps make it easy to dial in a custom fit and adjust on the fly. The lightweight glass fiber reinforced nylon sole rates as a 6 out of 12 on the Shimano stiffness scale so it transfers your power to the pedals efficiently, yet allows a little more give than the pool table stiff race options, keeping your feet comfortable. The care-free synthetic leather upper is lighter, stronger, and more durable than natural leathers. The shoes are compatible with both 2-bolt SPD and 3-hole road cleat systems and feature a wider cleat adjustment range so you can dial in your fit. There is a reflective print on the heel cup to increase your visibility at night. These shoes are available in whole sizes from 37-48 and in the color black.

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