VERSATILE OFF-ROAD SHOE DESIGNED TO PERFORM AND FUNCTION FLAWLESSLY ON AND OFF THE BIKE
VERSATILE ENDURO / TRAIL SHOE FOR FLAT PEDALS WITH SUPERB GRIP, ENHANCED PROTECTION, AND WALKABILITY
TRAIL SPECIFIC SHOE THAT OFFERS EXCELLENT OFF BIKE TRACTION WITH STIFFNESS FOR EXCELLENT POWER TRANSFER
Note colour and size in checkout notes, Five Ten was showcasing their new Impact Pro downhill shoe in their booth at Crankworx Whistler. The Impact Pro returns to the formula that made the original Impacts the dominant shoe for gravity riding: great rubber paired with great durability. Gone is the Mi6 rubber from the Impact VXi; in it’s place is the original S1 compound.
FLAGSHIP DOWNHILL / ENDURO SPD SHOE WITH ADDED PROTECTION AND IMPROVED PEDAL CONTACT WHEN CLIPPED IN OR OUT
Limited Edition Models Available upon request! The new Shimano XC9 S-Phyre shoes are the self-claimed pinnacle of XC competition footwear for comfort and efficiency, and they really are up there with the best XC shoes on the market. They're a part of Shimano's new high-performance line of footwear, which aim to take your cycling to an elitist level. These XC9's are a counterpart to Shimano's new road shoes, the RC9's, and share the same comfort and performance driven direction. They're basically a beautiful conglomeration of MTB grit, mixed with the style of a road shoe. The XC's midsole is built from ultra-solid UD carbon, and it has a grippy Michelin outer, which is built around Shimano's reputable Dynalast technology. For closure, Shimano have used their tried and tested Boa system, which offers what seems like infinite adjustment, and allows you to find your perfect fit.
Limited Edition Models Available upon request! 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.