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S-Works 7 Cycling Shoe
The S-Works 7 series includes the most advanced cycling gear from Specialized, and the Men's S-Works 7 Cycling Shoe strives for perfect road performance without compromising comfort. Made of ply-by-ply carbon originally developed for racing, Powerline is the stiffest, lightest sole from Specialized, and it's fine-tuned for transferring all the power you push down on those pedals with. The upper is made out of Dyneema Mesh trapped between layers of four-way stretch and TPU for malleability in key areas and a formed fit. To provide better connectivity and overall comfort, there's extra room in the toebox, while the PadLock heel counter locks your foot in place for a slip-proof feel.
To align your hip, knee, and foot for a boost in power, Specialized employs scientifically tested Body Geometry. The footbed reduces hot spots by putting less pressure on nerves and arteries. A wedge underneath the footbed offers greater arch support, too. And for a little fashion with your function, Specialized added its custom S3 Boa dials; their CNC'd alloy dials add panache, precise micro-adjustments, and long-lasting durability. The titanium alloy cleat nuts rotate to position pedals and cleats with 5mm rearward.
- Road cycling shoe Specialized for perfection
- Powerline carbon is the lightest, stiffest sole from Specialized
- Dyneema mesh upper with PadLock heel counter for slip-proof comfort
- Body Geometry gives arch support and hot spot elimination
- Boa Dials customized with CNC'd alloy for long-lasting durability
- Item #SCQ000J
- Upper Material
- Dyneema mesh, four-way stretch, TPU, [heel] PadLock
- Boa S3-Snap Fit
- Varus Wedge
- Powerline (carbon)
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
September 24, 2020
Perfect for me.
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
These shoes are pretty fantastic. Like all shoes, they might fit some people better than others. The material that they use is super easy to clean off so even after a full season of riding they look pretty good. I ended up getting S-Works Recons as well after riding these because I liked how well they fit. For reference, I wear a 43 in shimano, 42 in giro and got a 42 in these.
September 12, 2020
not a good fit at all
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
lot of hype behind these shoes you get what you pay for right? NOPE! very narrow toe box and my toes went numb. Boas in my opinion are placed in the wrong areas or its just the overall design of the shoe that makes this a horrible fit in general. Like i said boas apply pressure in sensitve areas due to the design of the shoe.. What is the point of making a top of the line 500.00 plus shoe where first you cant put performance down and two no comfort at all. You can get some mid range shoes for half as less that will more competitive than this.