SH-TR5 Cycling Shoe
You've laid our your schedule for the year, dialed in your training plan, and just need a lightweight pair of shoes to cap off your race day kit. Enter Shimano's Men's SH-TR5 Cycling Shoes, with efficient power transfer and easy adjustability that will make transition time a snap.
The SH-TR5's two hook-and-loop straps are easy to operate from the saddle with shaky, wet fingers, and an asymmetrical heel loop helps you pull each shoe on while pedaling for valuable seconds gained over your fellow competitors. Breathable mesh and perforations cover the shoe's upper, ushering air in let your feet dry off from the swim leg and stay cool 'til T2. Synthetic leather gives the shoe's uppers shape and structure, while a fiberglass reinforced nylon sole, provides the power transfer you'll need to stay on pace.
- A lightweight, affordable triathlon shoe
- Fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole efficiently transfers power
- Synthetic and mesh upper allows cooling airflow
- Dual hook-and-loop straps quickly dial fit
- Heel loop make pulling shoes on a snap
- Compatible with two- and three-hole cleats
- Item #SHI00D4
- Upper Material
- synthetic, mesh
- T1-Quick strap, hook-and-loop
- fiberglass reinforced nylon
- Cleat Compatibility
- 2-bolt, 3-bolt
- Claimed Weight
- [size 40] 247 g
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
July 15, 2019
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I just completed my first olympic distance tri wearing a pair of the Shimano SH-TR60 which I bought on sale. I usually cycle in an old pair of Sidi's I've had for years and was hoping this would be easier for transitions than a ratchet-based closure. Overall, transitions were easy, ventilation was good and the shoe was comfortable. HOWEVER, the velcro strap is too long or something and on my right shoe it kept on rubbing against the crank causing the shoe to get looser and come undone during the race. I had to fix the shoe 6-8 times over the course of my bike which was frustrating. Perhaps if the velcro fastened away from the bike vs. inwards this wouldn't be an issue? Or if it was shorter? Whatever it was, it wasn't ideal...
June 5, 2017
Would these shoes be comfortable for a wide foot? I wear a 48 wide