Cycling Shoes Buyer's Guide By admin | June 27, 2019 | 12 Cycling Shoes Buyer's Guide We talk you through the essentials of what to look for when buying road cycling shoes Share this...FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogleLinkedinRedditTumblrStumbleuponYummlyDiggitEmail Posted in Shoes and tagged Cycling Shoes
Damn, this guy can sell anything…
thanks,nicely explained even for beginners. Have a nice cycling day.
GREAT vid!!!! 👍👍
Sidi nuff said
Im riding custom made 220g pair of Biomac midfoot shoes. You can also get them with standard position fitting.
ggl. Biomac midfoot gotz heine
React contrast fight universal factor big bubble close.
Try before you buy. Haha! Local bike shop has one or two pairs if your lucky. Life in the US.
I have the B-TWIN 700 Aerofit shoes (as shown in this video) and they’re great for £80. The only downside is the toe cap material, as it scrapes and wears away easily with clipping in and out over time. However, I found a bit of black electrical tape prevents this whilst still looking good!! Overall, a good pair of shoes and worth the money!!
Kangaroo leather is for noobs. I’m s pro and I only use shoes with uppers made of a patented composite of baby seal tooth enamel and wildebeest testicular matter.
Kangaroo leather. Pfft…
well next shoe shopping is after 10k walk and after my feet enlarge to size 10 from 9 due to the heat
"carbon composite" as it says on the bottom of the b’twin shoe that’s being shown does not necessarily mean a mix of plastic and carbon fibre is used. When carbon fibre is used in something structural like a sole it will be a composite as it consists out of carbon fibre reinforcement held together by a polymer.