Classic trail style.
Whether you're testing the trail waters for the first time, replacing a well-worn pair of kicks after a long season of racing, or looking to throw down in your local weeknight XC series, trust the Scott Men's MTB Pro Shoe to deliver power transfer, durability, and comfort for a price that won't blow your wheel upgrade budget for the summer.
Around the top of your foot, panels of pliable microfiber and 3D nylon airmesh conform to the lumps and bumps you've picked up over the years, while encouraging airflow to prevent clammy toes. Before you ride, making fit adjustments at the trailhead is easy using the ratcheting buckle and dual hook-and-loop straps. Each covers a different area of your foot, so you don't have feel like you're wearing a vice around your toes just to get a secure fit along your instep for a climb.
Underfoot, Scott adds a useful lugged outsole to keep you stepping confidently when the singletrack deteriorates and you've got no choice but to hike-a-bike. It sits over a fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole, which lends trail-appropriate stiffness with some flex to prevent aching feet after high mileage days.
- Replace your worn-out kicks with this practical trail shoe
- Adjustable insole allows for customizable arch support
- Lightweight uppers blend support and breathability
- Reinforced nylon sole provides trail-appropriate stiffness
- Lugged outsole fits toe spikes for extra traction in slick spots
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- Q & A
I would recommend that you do not buy
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 47
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 185lbs
I would recommend that you do not buy the Scott Pro MTB Shoe. I have owned them for two weeks and took them on 4 rides.
1) The toe box is too wide. The interior of the shoe around the ball of your foot to the big toe hits the crank arm as you pedal because it protrudes to far in towards the bike pedal. When you pedal the shoe hits the crank arm because it is too wide. This is irritating, interferes with pedaling and that part of the shoe will wear away in a short time. I have tried all variations of cleat placement with no success is avoiding the rubbing.
2) The soles of the shoes are made of very hard slippery plastic. When you try to stand or walk on rocks the shoes slip. This is not the usual amount of slipping on slippery rocks. It is a complete lack of traction while walking on rocks. It's actually kind of dangerous if you're putting your foot down on rocks to keep from falling over.
3) Durability. I must have hit something with my shoe because the right ratchet is broken off. After fourrides. It's my fault that I must have hit something but that is pretty standard for mountain bike shoes. They need to be much tougher than the ratchet on these shoes are.
I really feel like Scott should not sell these shoes. It's not fair to charge $120+ for shoes that are so poorly designed and built. I would recommend that you avoid buying these shoes.