Why We Like The Gravel Cycling Shoe - Men's
Sidi blends the comfort and support of a road shoe with the mud-shedding upper and reinforcement of a mountain shoe to deliver a new gravel boot with the straightforward title of the Sidi Gravel Cycling Shoe. As manufacturers continue to reposition existing mountain bike shoes as 'for gravel', Sidi has engineered the Gravel shoe from the ground up with rugged materials and a dialed fit that forces us to rethink our long-held beliefs regarding the relevancy of gravel shoes. That is to say, if you need to find a proper gravel shoe, let it be this one.
The Gravel Cycling Shoe borrows long-lasting durability from Sidi's lineup of mountain bike footwear. A Politex upper combines PVC and high-density felt to promote a tough material with holes and mesh for airflow, so your feet stay dry and cool even if you find yourself sprinting through the mud. The heel and toe are reinforced with abrasion-resistant rubber to protect your foot in the event of a crash, and the nylon sole is reinforced with carbon to make the Gravel a walkable shoe for competition.
- Sidi's newest gravel shoe features a dialed fit and durable upper
- Tecno-3 dial delivers a secure fit for uninterrupted pedaling
- Strengthened toe and heel fabrics maintain top performance
- Polyurethane shock absorbers reduce impact off the bike
- Reinforced heel cups stabilize and support the foot to promote grip
- Nylon soles pair with carbon fiber to enhance durability
- Install toe spikes for improved traction in difficult conditions
- Item #SIDZ110
- Upper Material
- Politex suede
- Tecno-3 Push System
- MTB Competition
- Cleat Compatibility
- 2-bolt mountain
- Claimed Weight
- [single, size 43] 13oz (368g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year for full-price items
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July 25, 2022
- I've used it several times
I just got the shoe and like the way it fits. I do have some concerns with the boa closure system. in a recent race the shoe closure device got jammed after getting mud on it. I tried to loosen my shoe at one point and it was a no go. I later had to tear the shoe off my foot and fiddle for a long time to get the system freed and working again. BUMMER
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