Ignite your riding with the foot-conforming fit and seamless power transfer of the Sidi Men's Dragon 4 Shoe. As its name suggests, the Dragon 4 breathes life into your off-road riding and racing pursuits with its head-turning aesthetics and superb fitment. Sidi's Microfiber Tech Pro wraps your feet in a supremely supple microfiber that's highly resistant to abrasion and outside moisture. Dialing in a micro-adjustable fit, the Soft Instep 3 strap conforms to your foot with its soft, anatomically curved strap of thermo-formed EVA for pressure-free comfort. Sidi's Tecno 3 buckles cinch a non-binding wire tightly to eliminate excess movement from sapping energy to the pedals. The Dragon 4 transfers pedaling into forward locomotion with its SRS Carbon Sole, which uses carbon-reinforced nylon for maximum efficiency. This aggressively lugged sole retains sure-footed grip when you're forced to dismount over hike-a-bike sections. And like all of Sidi's SRS soles, grippy traction lugs are replaceable after you've worn them out. Another stand-out feature is Sidi's adjustable heel retention system, which prevents your heel from lifting under hard acceleration and sudden climbing bursts. Rounding out this excellent shoe, the reinforced toe takes a substantial beating without succumbing to premature wear.
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Sidi Dragon 4 Cycling Shoe - Men's
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