FIVE TEN FREERIDER PRO TLD MEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE

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#DQX25
$160.00
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    Solar Yellow/Solar Yellow/Carbon

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FIVE TEN FREERIDER PRO TLD MEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE

Proven grip for gravity fueled mountain biking.

The Freerider Pro mountain bike shoes build on the legendary Freerider's utility with added impact resistance in the toe box and a quick-drying synthetic upper for all-conditions comfort. Designed in collaboration with Troy Lee Designs, this edition features added color and a Troy Lee graphic. The Stealth® S1 rubber outsole with Dotty tread offers unmatched pedal-gripping control. Pedal-gripping rubber: Stealth® S1 Dotty rubber outsole is size-specific for maximum grip on and off the pedal. Troy Lee Designs collaboration: Quick-drying synthetic upper features Troy Lee Designs-inspired colors and graphic.
  • Material: SYNTHETICS
  • Benefit: Flats
  • Weight: 12.2 oz (345 gm)
  • Lace closure
  • Lightweight and weather-resistant synthetic upper; Four-layer toe box with impact-resistant foam Poron®
  • Textile lining; Stealth® S1 Dotty rubber outsole is size-specific for maximum grip on and off the pedal
  • Compression-molded EVA midsole; Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite® sockliner
FIVE TEN FREERIDER PRO TLD MEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SHOE is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great grip on pedal Comfortable & great grip. Was riding on a very hot day and the shoes breathed well.
Date published: 2019-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Same great shoe, gorgeous new color I’ve run through a few pairs of the Pros which have been great shoes. Same old shoe but now in a sweet new color scheme. Plus now matchy matchy with my bike.
Date published: 2019-08-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A skateboarding shoe for mtn biking? These are big, clunky, stiff shoes that don't fit your foot well. They don't conform. You can try to tighten the laces more, but the hard insides of the shoe just press in kind of uncomfortably on your feet. The soles are hard too, with the result that if you try tightening the laces to get a good fit, parts of your foot lose circulation. Your best bet is to let the shoe do what it wants to - which is remain a bit loose on your foot. You won't like the fit "as a shoe", but it won't matter, because this isn't really "a shoe". It's a device you put on your foot while biking. For that, it works just fine, even ill-fitting and hard as it is. Of course, the sole grips pedals well. A little better than a sneaker. Not much. But the durability of the sole, I sense, is going to be much better than a sneaker's. (I already tore up one pair of sneakers' soles) Overall, it's kind of expensive. I'd rather have a shoe that fits like a sneaker, with good sole durability.
Date published: 2019-08-28
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