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 perfect companion to a smooth night time ride through deserted city streets, DZR's Midnight Shoe offers a perfect blend of subtle styling and performance. Fully vegan, and rocking a canvas soft micro fiber blend with a nylon flex, SPD compatible sole that helps you put the power down at no expense to comfort, they are finished with a rear reflective badge for low light visibility. Vegan shoe SPD compatible Variable-flex nylon inner shank Performance mapped flex for mobility Strategic stiffness for power transfer 600 luminosity reflective ...
Tied of laces, distressed by bindings? Try the DZR Concubine, the world's first SPD compatible slip on cycling shoe. Wrap the super tough strap over the top and you're good to go! Loss of power transfer to the pedals is one of the main reasons you probably already wear a traditional cycling shoe to commute over a more urban orientated piece that you can wear off the bike, so to combat this problem, DZR moved the sole's flex point further back towards the rear. The net result is a natural walking gait as the shoe can move with the foot. But on the bike, more power ...
With a mix of full grain leather and a classic herringbone fabric, the DZR Strasse harks back to an earlier time of pocket watches and Fedoras. Like the entire DZR Shoe range, the DZR Strasse combines an SPD compatible midsole with a vulcanised rubber outsole for a seamless bike to pavement transition throughout the day. Loss of power transfer to the pedals is one of the main reasons you probably already wear a traditional cycling shoe to commute over a more urban orientated piece that you can wear off the bike, so to combat this problem, DZR moved the sole's flex point further ...