Tag: Cycling Shoe Reviews
Fizik’s new Wide option is offered across three distinct road shoe models, and should fit a heck of a lot more people.
Northwave ditches the XC ski boot model for a more cycling-specific one that offers better foot holding and feel.
The same lace-up quirks as usual, but with an updated fit and racier feel (and, unfortunately, more weight, too).
There’s enough insulation for most, though the high volume and wide heel cup makes for a vague feel on the bike.
Laces are back for Specialized with the high-end, technicolour S-Works Recon Lace gravel/MTB shoe.
These things should come with shoe covers and a warning.
Built for cross country mountain bike or gravel racing, Specialized claim this is the lightest and most comfortable off-road shoe they've...
Rapha's new Explore Powerweave gravel shoe offers superb comfort, a sense of luxury and a great first impression. How does it hold up?
A novel strap layout yields an ironclad hold and surprising comfort
Shimano’s latest flagship road shoe doesn’t really look all that different from the previous model. However, there are some very substant...
Specialized says its Recon 2.0 XC/gravel shoe is "inspired by S-Works Recon", which suggests a fair bit of that flagship model’s DNA is i...