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Offering a great entry into the world of clipless SPD riding, the Shimano SH-WR35 Women's Shoes blend value-driven performance with ample comfort. Its fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole is less stiff and uncompromising than race-driven offerings with carbon. However, the sole still provides efficient power transfer, thanks to its fiberglass-reinforcement. Ultimately, this makes the SH-WR35 an ideal choice for beginner cyclists looking to enhance performance over riding flats with regular sneakers.
Looking to the shoe's upper, you'll find a multi-layer synthetic that's stretch-resistant for a well-bolstered fit without deformation over time. Strategically placed mesh inserts disperse heat away from your foot, enhancing temperature regulation on long rides. Other key features include a women's-specific fit that's narrower than what you'd find on a men's shoe, as well as three hook-and-loop straps for a customizable closure.
- Multi-layer, stretch-resistant synthetic upper
- Cooling mesh inserts
- Fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole
- Compatible with SPD cleats (sold separately)
- Women's-specific fit
- Item #SHI0422
- Q & A
Great for a indoor class...
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I would recommend these shoes for someone that is riding indoors, either on a trainer or cycling class. I want to bring attention to the straps on the shoes. Cycling shoes tend to strech and wear out over time. Some cyclist prefer to stand up when climbing hills. If you decide to go with a velcro top strap, you may not feel secure and tight. To some cyclists, this doesn't matter. But for the few extra dollars, I would defintely reccommend an uprade to the next model.
Shimano SH-WR35 Women's Shoes
Great Functional Shoe
This is a great shoe for someone looking for a road shoe without giving up the comfort and freedom of a shoe you can walk around in. It has an elevated, soft rubber sole that will keep the cleat off the floor/road making getting around a cinch. Great for spin. Great for casual road riders. Great for fitness riders.
Do any women's road cycling shoes come in...
Do any women's road cycling shoes come in wide widths? Or is there a brand that is known for wider insteps?
Hi I just began to take spinning classes....
Hi I just began to take spinning classes. I am interested in buying some shoes to help me in the class. I would like to know if this shoe would be good for that? If not can someone recommend a brand and shoe for me to check out. I want to keep the price range of the shoes between $30 and $50 dollars.