No matter the terrain or distance, choosing the right pair of cycling shoes is critical for cycling comfort. As one of the main contact points on the bike (the others of course being the hands and bum!), a well-fitting, appropriate bicycle shoe will significantly increase both comfort and enjoyment. The best advice we can offer is our usual mantra - buy based on your ride style to determine the type of shoe, and ride regularity to determine your budget.
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The DZR Cove Shoe is a low top, SPD compatible cycling shoe detailed with a textured leather and canvas blend upper closed via laces, offering the city cyclist, or perhaps even light trail rider, the ideal footwear to transition from the bike to the pavement, without requiring a change of shoes. Offering an ideal balance between walking off the bike and keeping the power for the pedals saddle-side, the Cove ships with a rubber cover over the recessed SPD cleat mount, making it a simple process to screw on your SPD cleat, and ride away. Colour - black / dark brown A higher ...
A shoe born out of a collaboration between T.H.E and DZR, the Hermes rocks a natural gum sole spec'd out with an SPD clipless connection. Like its brothers in the DZR line-up, the Hermes is designed for the rigours of on and off the bike city cycling, but through a ruggedised lay-up, also packs a punch pedaling light trail work. Crafted from synthetic leather, the Hermes is a lace-up low top, built with DZR's perfect balance sole for ease of walking and no-compromise pedal power. Ultra-stiff co-molded glass-filled nylon shank Natural gum-rubber traction outsole SPD ...