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Scott MTB AR Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Why We Like the MTB AR Cycling Shoe

Cresting a long climb is nearly as good as the ride downhill, and that feeling is what we live for. Plus, the apres-ride fun. It's a good thing we can do it all with the MTB AR Cycling Shoe. It's our chosen shoe for versatile trail riding that transitions to brewery hopping with friends without missing a beat. The MTB AR Cycling Shoe is a flat pedal shoe for the ages and a companion for casual days.

  • Comfortable and versatile flat pedal trail riding shoe for getting sendy
  • Named AR for its All-Rounder capabilities that look and feel good
  • Breathable polyurethane and a 3D airmesh upper kees us cool
  • Cushioned EVA midsole improves feel for flat-pedal aficionados
  • Grippy Sticki Rubber outsole improves traction
  • Item #SCOL13M

Upper Material
synthetic polyurethane, 3D Airmesh
Closure
lace
Sole
Sticki Rubber
Claimed Weight
[size 8.5] 390g
Recommended Use
downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 year

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>Rating: 1

runs small

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs small

I ordered size EU 44 = US size 10.5-11.0 if properly converted, which fits me on all other shoes I own. But this one is way too short. Turns out their size conversion is wrong, as the shoe label says EU 44, US 10. That conversion is simply wrong. I fault this shoe maker for not getting their math straight, thereby misleading customers and wasting my time.

>Rating: 4

The Scott MTB AR Cycling Shoe: A Review

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
44
Height
6` 0"
Weight
170 lbs

Unpopular opinion: Flat pedals are superior...Well with the right footwear anyhow. After a spring-full of riding some gnarly Colorado trails, my Vans are looking less like a skate shoe and more like a pair of sandals. It's a wonder that I even have any shoes left. After much deliberation(with my bank account), I decided to try out a pair of actual flat pedal shoes. Enter Scott MTB AR Cycling Shoes. Now I initially chose these as an alternative to the $150 five-ten options(seriously Adidas?!?), but was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the shoes when they arrived. Although Scott is known more for their bike than the shoes they sell, you still get a well built and great looking shoe for nearly half the price of a five-ten or Shimano. The first thing I noticed when trying them on for the first time was the snug fit. If you have a wide foot or are looking for a comfortable all-day shoe, look elsewhere. Although not for everyone, I prefer the snug fit as it limits the movement of your foot on the pedals. If this concerns you, I would recommend buying one size(or half size) up. Definitely not an every day, kick around town shoe….although they are styling. HOW DO THEY PERFORM? The Pros: I have used these “sticki’ soles for a few rides now and can say with confidence that they work as intended. On pedals with pins, they work wonders. Even after multiple rides, I haven't noticed the bottom rubber breaking down or “crumbling” as sometimes happens with cheaper soles. As far as durability goes, they have held up well to a fair bit of thrashing. I Will update if issues arise. The Cons: If you ride consistently in wet conditions, I wouldn't recommend these beauties. After heading out into a rainstorm, I quickly realized that the “sticki” rubber becomes “slicki” rubber. Northwest riders beware. The Decree: 8.5/10 Happy Points.

>Rating: 5

Perfectly Snug Fit for XC

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
41
Height
5` 9"
Weight
160 lbs

Fantastic grip and fit. My ancient pair of Avocet flat pedal shoes finally gave out, and I upgraded to these. I float in between euro sizing 41 and 42, and the 41 was the way to go. The leather/fabric combo allows for enough circulation in the toes, without compromising dexterity and pedal contact.

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Is this shoe vegan?

I believe so. I’ve never seen it eat meat as of yet.