S-Works 7 Narrow Cycling Shoe
Specialized catalogs its most advanced cycling gear in the S-Works 7 series, and the Men's S-Works 7 Narrow Cycling Shoe achieves a phenomenal road performance without compromising comfort. Its ply-by-ply carbon Powerline sole is the lightest, stiffest option from Specialized, and it's fine-tuned for transferring power to your pedals. Specialized also utilized scientifically-tested Body Geometry to align your hip, knee, and foot for a boost of power. The Boa dials are custom-made for this shoe specifically, and their CNC'd alloy dials add durability, precise micro-adjustments, and long-lasting durability.
The upper's composed of Dyneema mesh integrated between layers of four-way stretch and TPU for stretchy malleability, ventilation, and durability where needed. There's extra room in the toebox to provide better connectivity and overall comfort, and the PadLock heel counter locks your foot in place for a slip-proof feel. The footbed reduces hot spots by putting less pressure on nerves and arteries. There's a wedge underneath the footbed for greater arch support, too. Specialized made the cleat nuts out of titanium allow, and they rotate to position pedals and cleats with a 5mm rearward.
- Premier road cycling shoe sized for narrower feet
- 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 #SCQ000K
- 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?
August 17, 2020
Narrow Sizing!!! Great Shoe
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 47 Narrow
- 6` 3"
- 180 lbs
These are the first cycling shoes I’ve had that feel like they were made just for me. No slip. I’m a sport/recreational rider cursed with narrow feet. The upside is that the shoes that work for me are usually super high quality (and super high priced). These shoes are a bit over the top for a casual cyclist like me, but I’m lovin’ em. Thanks, Specialized and Competitive Cyclist, for making and stocking a great shoe that fits a narrow foot
September 30, 2020
what US size shoe do you normally wear?