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Spinning Cylinder MTB/MOUNTAIN BICYCLE Cycling shoes

Spinning Cylinder MTB/MOUNTAIN BICYCLE Cycling shoes

Spinning Cylinder MTB/MOUNTAIN BICYCLE Cycling shoes

Do you want a comfortable, light and versatile footwear to go with your mountain bike? The spinning Cylinder shoes are the solution. They stand out for their manufacture with ultra-resistant materials and that allows a perfect fit with your foot. All this at an affordable price and more than interesting.

They incorporate the BOA L6closing system. This allows them a secure grip and at the same time the rider can easily adjust them, even on the fly with one hand. In addition, in the final part they also incorporate a sailboat closure. the toe and heel are reinforced to improve the strength of the shoes and avoid stone blows. The sole is made of Nylon and its cleats are designed for non-cycling areas.

The outer skin is synthetic and with good ventilation. Thus, it is possible to make the rotating Cylinder cycling shoes to avoid the accumulation of heat in continuous efforts. Its structure has as reference high-end models and it is possible that the foot has the freedom of movement just. An exclusive model for women is available. Weight: 320 grams in women's version and 325 in men's. Indicated for Lass Rally and Marathonmodalities.

Spinning Cylinder MTB/MOUNTAIN BICYCLE Cycling shoes / Giro

From 90 EUR to 129.95 EUR


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