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Road and Gravel Cycling Shoes 100 - Black

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We've focused on comfort: laces for reliable support, a semi-rigid sole for effective pedalling but that also allows you to walk easily thanks to the rubber sole.

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About this item:

  • Touring & Gravel Designed Shoe
  • SPD Compatible
  • Semi-rigid Sole
  • Laces allow variable adjustment
  • Reflective band for visability
Model: 8403016

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Road and Gravel Cycling Shoes 100 - Black | We've designed these shoes for beginners: comfortable to wear, they can be used both for platform or SPD pedals and allow you walk easily.

We've focused on comfort: laces for reliable support, a semi-rigid sole for effective pedalling but that also allows you to walk easily thanks to the rubber sole.


Semi-rigid sole for superior pedalling efficiency.


Lacing system provides support suited to bicycle touring.


Components designed for walking.Weight: 360 grams in size 8½.


Reflective inserts at the heel for added safety.

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Shoes built on strong base

These shoes are strong and comfy with the best price

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Cycling shoes that are great

Ran in the shoes on a ride and found then perfect.

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So comfortable

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Hello Mehrnoosh,

We are delighted to know that your new cycling shoes are a comfortable fit. We hope to see you for your next purchase soon. :)


Great biking shoes.....comfy, light and feels durable

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Best price/quality

Very decent quality. Best choice for beginners. Goggle "best cycling shoes under 50" and you will be surprised.

Great for beginners

I now understand why cycling shoes need to be stiff, if they’re a little loose, it’s hard to unclip from the pedals. These shoes are great for beginners until you get used to the clips. You can walk with them and they’re comfortable. I suggest upgrading to a, stiffer pair once you’re ok with the clips.

Super bad

They are for mountain bike, not road

Great starter shoes

Great shoes for starting out on road cycling, used them a few times on flat pedals, which was fine, then purchased some clipless pedals with cleats, very easy to fit, cut out rubber were cleats fit and away you go

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A good buy.

I'm now due to renew these everyday shoes. They have been used for 7 years including 5 winters to work & back, approximately 16000 miles in total. Very comfortable and you can walk normally without sounding like a tap dancer. Obviously I used overshoes in wet& cold conditions. Longest ride in these was 80mile and were comfortable.

Good value starter shoes

I was a bit surprised when I had to cut the sole off to fit cleats but once I did they were perfect for my daughter.

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Triban cycling shoes

This is my 2nd pair I think they are excellent value for money. I have fitted SPD Cleats. They give good support, are comfortable and look good.

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No scope for progression with these

If you're dipping your toes into proper cycling you'll need to get your first pair of shoes. Don't make it these! If you're into cycling enough to buy proper shoes, buy proper shoes. These are not worth it even at the cheap price. Technically they are cycling shoes and you can attach SPD cleats to them but they are not rigid enough. If you decide that you enjoy cycling seriously, you will likely find that after approx 50 miles on a ride they give you absolutely unbearable foot pain every 10-15 minutes. They've been ruining my rides for months now and I now realise it's the shoes, not the cleats or anything else. If you ride short distances they're okay and they're stiff enough to feel different to trainers. You can also attach cleats to them. But there are lots of significantly better options available for not too much more money - buy a pair of those instead.

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Cycling shoes

Very comfy very pleased with purchase

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Good value for money

This shoes filled my need for shoes that fitted my large feed and providing mounts for SPD cleats all at a good price for a reasonable price

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First pair SPD shoes

New to cleats. Seem to be a great shoe to dip your toe in the water. Not too expensive an investment if decide cleats aren’t for you.

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Upper of: 40.0% Polyester, 30.0% Thermoplastic Polyurethane, 30.0% Polyurethane ; Outer sole of: 100.0% Synthetic Rubber ; Lining and sock of: 100.0% Polyester


The outsole can be cut in order to fit SPD type pedals.



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