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Crank Brothers
Stamp Street Lace Cycling Shoe - Men's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review


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Why We Like The Crankbrothers Stamp Street Lace Cycling Shoe

Whether we're just kicking it around town or hitting a new line at the dirt jumps, the Crankbrothers Stamp Street Lace Cycling Shoe has our shoe game covered. Built with a flat-pedal specific MC2 rubber outsole and a shock-absorbing EVA midsole, we're guaranteed to have a rock-solid grip on our pedals and a little extra cushion for hitting some urban drops.


  • Sticky flat pedal shoe for urban missions and hanging around town
  • Bootie construction provides secure, all-day comfort
  • Durable MC2 compound is super sticky for gripping flat pedals
  • Grooved EVA midsole lets us wrap our feet around the pedals
  • Reinforced TPU inner panel protects against crank arm rub
  • Item #CRNH02H
Upper Material
synthetic, TPU guard
MC2 rubber
Cleat Compatibility
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
trail, casual

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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Alexandra IGearhead
4 out of 5 stars

April 15, 2024

Runs small but perfect for Dirt Jumping

I've put it through the wringer

These have just the right amount of flex to really get a good grip on your pedals on the dirt jumper, but definitely too much flex to work as a trail shoe for me. Overall, they're pretty comfy to kick around in all day, but be aware they do run a bit on the narrow side.

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