The all-new Shuttle Flat shoe is designed to be as versatile and ready for anything as you are. Featuring an ultra-durable dual-density rubber cup sole with exclusive GRIPR rubber compound in the pedal contact area and a super-cushy internal EVA midsole, the Shuttle Flat is guaranteed to become your go-to shoe.
Liv Shuttle Flat is poised for performance, with the comfort, grip and protection you need when sending it over a rock garden or carving a berm. These surefooted shoes perform under pressure and meet the demands of rigorous riding while providing ultimate comfort.
VERSATILE ENDURO / TRAIL SHOE FOR FLAT PEDALS WITH SUPERB GRIP, ENHANCED PROTECTION, AND WALKABILITY
FLAGSHIP DOWNHILL / ENDURO SPD SHOE WITH ADDED PROTECTION AND IMPROVED PEDAL CONTACT WHEN CLIPPED IN OR OUT
TRAIL SPECIFIC SHOE THAT OFFERS EXCELLENT OFF BIKE TRACTION WITH STIFFNESS FOR EXCELLENT POWER TRANSFER
VERSATILE OFF-ROAD SHOE DESIGNED TO PERFORM AND FUNCTION FLAWLESSLY ON AND OFF THE BIKE
Limited Edition Models Available upon request! ULTIMATE POWER TRANSMISSION FEATURE Dedicated X-Country and Cyclocross no compromising racing shoe Low stack height sole helps stabilize foot during the downward pedaling stroke A one-piece surround upper, narrow bottom, rounded heel and slim toe box provide a glove-like fit Dual independent Boa® IP1 dials allow quick and precise micro-adjustment. Adjustable powerzone wire guide holds forefoot securely. Proprietary MICHELIN® outsole minimizes weight, and offers increased traction
Limited Edition Models Available upon request! NOTE COLOUR IN CHECKOUT NOTES The new Shimano RC9 S-Phyre shoes are the self-claimed pinnacle of road competition footwear for long distance comfort and efficiency, and they really are up there with the best road shoes on the market. The interest in this new wave of Shimano shoe began back in April pf 2016, when Sep Vanmarcke finished third in Flanders. His stunning, unlabelled footwear was a hot topic amongst spectators of the race, and after his podium finish, numerous other Shimano sponsored riders were seen donning these same shoes in races around the world. The cycling world was then poised, waiting eagerly to see what the Japanese power house had come up with next.