Women’s Road Bike Shoes Fizik R1 Infinito Knit Cycling
Fizik R1 Infinito Knit Cycling Shoe
Womens Road Bike Shoes Fizik R1 Infinito Knit Cycling. The R1 features a Full UD Carbon sole that offers rigidity and power transfer in a lightweight, durable package. The knit upper molds to your foot far better than traditional construction, and is perforated for plenty of breatahbility. Comfort features include the Dynamic Arch Support design that provides structure and support and the Increased Volume Control System which shapes the upper around your foot, leaving you free to focus on pedaling hard.
Giro Espada Boa Cycling Shoe Womens
Womens Road Bike Shoes Giro Espada Boa Cycling. Instead of diving in to budget shoes just to save a few bucks, find the perfect happy medium with the Giro Espada Boa Shoe for Women, designed with stiff carbon soles, and a price that isn’t too hard to swallow. These shoes are designed for the avid cyclist and new cyclist alike, with a comfortable fit and snug uppers that can be cinched down right where you want them, and replaceable walking pads, so they can last for years. Beginning construction, the Espada shoes start out with microfiber and mesh uppers that hold your foot in like a warm hug, but with ample venting, so that warm hug doesn’t turn into hot-foot.
Giro Rev Cycling Shoe Womens
Womens Road Bike Shoes Giro Rev Cycling. These kicks are built from the ground up with co-molded rubber and nylon outsoles for stiff power on the bike, and grip off of the bike, that’s partnered up with a die-cut EVA footbed to elevate comfort when you’re spending long days in the saddle. The uppers are crafted from supple and supportive synthetic that’s decked out with ample perforations and mesh panels to boost breathability, helping to prevent the ever-dreaded hot-foot. To help you secure the ideal fit, Giro equips the Rev Cycling Shoes with three large hook-and-loop straps that stay put while you’re riding, but are easy to adjust.
Louis Garneau Carbon Ls 100 2 Cycling Shoe Womens
Womens Road Bike Shoes Louis Garneau Carbon LS 100 2 Cycling. With a palatable price point and a construction that represents a significant step up from the starter shoes you’ve been using, the Carbon LS-100 won’t drain your bank account in exchange for its responsive nature and contoured fit. Less expensive starter shoes tend to offer fewer options for customization, providing riders with a generous, but not necessarily precise, fit. All of that changes with an upgrade to a shoe like the Carbon LS-100.