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Northwave Scorpius S.R.S MTB Shoe - Men's

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    • Black/Yellow Fluo

    7 Reviews


    A killer blend of everything.

    No one wants to hike-a-bike, but it happens, so it's nice not to feel like you're on ice skates when you're picking your way over boulders and up impossibly stiff cliffs. It's nice to be easy to clean rugged climbs, too, which is why Northwave designed the Scorpius S.R.S. Men's MTB Shoe with a Jaws Carbon Reinforced sole plate and grippy rubber lugs to provide a killer combination of power, flex, and grip. The carbon reinforcement in the sole allows you to put loads of power to the pedals without ruining the flex you need for long-distance comfort, and the rubber keeps you upright on techy off-the-bike sections.

    The fit and comfort of the Scorpius are on point, too. It starts with the Performance Advanced footbed, which sets your foot up in prime pedaling position, and continues with the Integrated Heel System, a heel counter that prevents slipping, blisters, and general discomfort. A ratcheting strap at the instep provides a firm, fully adjustable closure, and two hook-and-loop straps on the forefoot give you unlimited volume adjustment to eliminate side-to-side slop. The upper itself is made from PU, which has been thermowelded to eliminate seams and outfitted with mesh inserts to keep your feet cool and dry on sweaty rides.

    • Thermowelded PU upper
    • Mesh venting inserts
    • Performance Advanced footbed
    • Jaws Carbon Reinforced rubber-lugged sole
    • Integrated Heel System
    • Single ratcheting strap and two hook-and-loop straps
    • Two-hole MTB cleat design
    • Item #NTW000L

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    Thermowelded PU
    1 ratcheting buckle, 2 hook-and-loop straps
    Performance Advanced
    Jawa Carbon Reinforced
    Cleat Compatibility
    2-hole MTB
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    One versatile technical bike shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The shoe performed flawlessly both with cleats and without. Design allows rider to have enough grip both uphill and downhill. The ratchet system is brilliant allowing perfect fit every time. Cleats or not this shoe is worth every penny in my book.
    Ernesto C. Mendoza
    Airdrie, Alberta, Canada

    Northwave scorpious awesome shoes

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 44

    Excelentes tenis para Mtb a un muy buen precio, entrega rápida, súper cómodos y bonitos, muy pronto comprare otros

    Good shoes, like all my other Northwaves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 46

    I am a Northwave homer. I have had 3 pairs going back to the Aerators and currently rotate two pairs of Extreme's for the road. I needed a new pair of mtb shoes and was told these fit like the Extreme's. When they arrived, they were correct and fit exactly like the Extreme's. I ordered the same size as my road shoes, 46. They have a narrow Italian last so I had to stretch them out a bit in the forefoot. They fit better now.

    I have been using them for the last 6 weeks on a spin bike at work with SPD pedals. They are plenty stiff and are fine for my 60-90 minute winter training sessions 2-3x per week. The narrowness puts some light pressure on my toes, so they are not 100% optimal, but it's not enough annoyance to send them back so I'll keep wearing them.

    The adjustment with the ratcheting buckle and the two velcro straps is good. I can get a good solid fit. If the forefoot was a little bit wider, like Northwaves used to be, these would be 5 stars.

    If you have a narrow forefoot, you'd be hard pressed to find better shoes than Northwave's for the money.

    Sizing advice

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size

    Do yourself a favor, DON'T USE the Northwave size chart on this site. If you know your Euro size, go with that. If not, use the Sidi size chart. I'm 10 US, 44 euro across the board. North wave chart said to go with 42.5. I got 43's and they fit small. I'll be returning for a 44, my normal size., you should consider taking the NW chart down, even if it is supplied by the manufacturer. It's terribly inaccurate.

    Great wider fit

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've had these for about 4 months now and have really liked them. I'm very picky about my shoe fit and went through about 10 different models and sizes. I have a slightly wider, mostly flat foot, and usually wear a 10.5. I ended up with the 44 in the Scorpius. These were a better fit for me than the Nirvana and the Extreme Tech, which were a very narrow fit. These were definitely wider than the Fi'zi:k Uomo and feel like much better quality than several Shimano models I tried.

    Fairly stiff soles on these and nicely adjustable with the straps and ratchet strap. A bit lower profile and good traction on the soles. I use them with both my road and mountain bikes and feel like they cross over well. They are well ventilated and stay cool but I also find myself reaching for the shoe covers in cooler temps.

    I have some Northwave shoes that I have had for about five going on six years. The other day they just came apart. The soles just plain fell off, one day one, the next day the other. They have seen a good bit of water and mud. They were no the cheapest shoes(120 ish Euros on sale), but far from the most expensive.
    My question is, is that about the life of these shoes or are they failing prematurely?

    Looking at purchasing these for road biking....

    Looking at purchasing these for road biking. I haven't had a pair of clip in before, but interested in making the switch over. However, I am also nervous of the transition. We do a lot of biking events that include walking and these seem like they would be great for walking around in...not like most road shoes.

    Please let me know what other products I need to include in my purchase along with my pedals. thanks