Why We Like The KM0 Mountain Bike Shoe
The KM0 Mountain Bike Shoe is a solid and sleek shoe for shedding time on enduro laps or steadily cruising through rocky gravel roads. Its ventilated upper straps to our feet with a secure Boa system and has varying thicknesses to more properly fit, reducing pressure overall without sacrificing any power. Speaking of power, the KM0 has a double carbon outsole for rigid and rapid pedaling.
- Sleek bike shoes for getting around the mountain
- Double Li2 Boa for rapid and secure lacing
- Engineered upper has varying thickness for a proper fit
- Dual compound carbon sole for superior energy transfer
- Michelin traction lugs prevent slipping when off bike
- Abrasion-resistant coating and rubber bumper for durability
- Item #DMTN016
- Upper Material
- 3D knit
- double Li2 BOA
- carbon, Michelin rubber lugs
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- [single, size 42] 9.8oz (280g)
- gravel, trail, enduro, downhill
3 based on 1 ratings
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March 7, 2023
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
My feet are 43.5 left and 44.5 right so not perfectly symmetrical. I normally wear a Sidi shoe as I have long, thin feet with a normal arch. When I put on these shoes they immediately felt odd and uncomfortable; specifically, the arch felt much too far forward toward the ball of the foot. I slipped in my Specialized inserts to see if that would make a difference and it just exacerbated the uncomfortable feeling. I then took out my inserts and lined them up with the bottom of the shoe and it's clear that the mold of the shoe has the highest part of the arch at least 1 cm further forward toward the ball of the foot so that it puts pressure on that area rather than supporting the arch of the foot. The shoe is probably great if you have long feet with stubby toes but I can't imagine how my feet would feel after even a short ride; no less when riding 150- 180 miles in the saddle day after day. Try them for yourself but I couldn't recommend these shoes.
Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com
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