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Zero GORE-TEX 2 Cycling Shoe - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $227.49 Original price: $324.99
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Why We Like The Zero GORE-TEX 2 Cycling Shoe

Sidi knows that our cycling drive does not cease with cold weather, and that's why they crafted the Zero GORE-TEX 2 Cycling Shoe. It's designed with a customized fit and GORE-TEX upper for support and dryness throughout our ride. A reinforced heel cup provides increased power transfer, and its Millennium 5 sole improves both stiffness and durability for optimal performance.


  • Sidi's cold-weather cycling shoe for wet, windy days
  • Techno-3 system dial for a customized and easy fit
  • Sidi heel cup increases power transfer and reduces slip
  • Replaceable polyurethane heel pad for walkability
  • Millennium 5 sole from carbon fiber in a nylon matrix for stiffness
  • Item #SIDZ113
Upper Material
hook-and-loop strap, Techno-3 System dial
Millennium 5 (injected carbon fiber in a nylon matrix)
Cleat Compatibility
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 24, 2022

High Quality Shoe

I've used it several times

I recommend size up when purchasing. I wear a size 44.5 in Sidi Wire, and Shot, but a 45 in the Zero Gore-Tex 2. I use thick winter socks in them which snug up the fit, and the shoes remain comfortable on short or long rides. I've used them on several cold rides below 30 degrees, and my feet stayed warm throughout the ride. The sole doesn't have vents so that helps keep feet warm and dry on wet roads. The only dislike I have is the use of velcro across the toe. I would prefer two Techno-3 System Dials for a custom fit like on the higher end road shoes, but even with only one Techno-3 Dial the shoe is still solid and well worth the price. If you ride in the winter and are interested in winter shoe check out the Sidi Zero Gore-Tex 2.

Booker M

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