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X-Alp Flow Cycling Shoe
Designed to meet the needs of trail riders who push the boundaries of their riding, the Pearl Izumi Women’s X-Alp Flow Cycling Shoe delivers uncompromising grip on your platform pedals. The dual compound sole features sticky siped rubber at the ball of the foot to create positive pedal pin engagement and optimal grip, while chevron-shaped lugs made from more durable rubber are used at the toe and heel for hike-a-bike durability and scrambling confidence. The seamless upper uses minimal overlays for a lightweight feel that molds to your foot shape, eliminating hot spots and providing all-day pedaling comfort when you're on a big ride deep in the mountains.
- A flat pedal shoe built for long-term durability and grip
- Lightweight upper with minimal seams eliminates hot spots
- Traditional lace closure for a precise fit and all-day comfort
- Dual compound sole for confidence-inspiring traction
- Tacky rubber in pedaling zone offers positive pin engagement
- Harder rubber in heel and toe area for hike-a-bike durability
- Lace lock keeps your laces away from the drivetrain
- EVA midsole absorbs the shock from hard landings
- Item #PLZ00RU
- Upper Material
- lace with lace keeper
- dual compound rubber
- Cleat Compatibility
- flat pedals only
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
June 27, 2020
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 4"
- 150 lbs
I bought these because I had tennis shoes I was cycling in and getting foot pain. These are amazing and I can ride longer which was my goal. Also to reduce foot pain and these are great riding shoes for that. Also really cute! Love them! True to your running shoe size, regular shoe size.
October 13, 2019
- I've used it several times
- True to size
This shoe fit my narrow heel and medium-wide toe area and didn’t come up too high on my ankle. It’s comfortable, more lightweight and less bulky than my Five-Ten Stealths. It doesn’t grip my pedals as well as the Five-Tens and my feet will occasionally slide off the pedals.