Dual density rubber compounds provide the right balance of grip, durability and flexibility
Rubber anti slip arch outsole pattern
Technology Shimano Dynalast - An optimized shoe last: The toe-spring section of a cycling shoe plays a key role in supporting efficient pedaling. Too high, and it causes increased tension in the plantar, calf, and hamstring muscles. Too low, and you get a bowlegged, inefficient pedaling form. Extensive research by Shimano's R&D experts has produced a superior shoe last design with an optimized toe-spring section that promotes a smoother, more energy-efficient upstroke. Built based on feedback from pro riders, Shimano Dynalast helps reduce energy loss on long rides, letting you keep more in the tank for that final sprint to the line.
TORBAL (Torsional Balance) - improves balance and bike control by letting the heel section accommodate some lateral movement, while optimizing pedaling efficiency at the sole/cleat interface. Flexibility better-connects the rider and pedal with what the bicycle is doing underfoot, while maintaining comfort and flexibility through all ranges of rider motion.Torsional sole allows natural rider “flow” motion and provides sideways flex in the back section of the sole.
Volume+ LAST - A unique last with extra toe-box volume to accommodate a wider range of foot shapes without affecting shoe length. Extra room to fit more foot shapes in greater comfort.
Synthetic Leather - Lighter, stronger and more durable than natural leathers
Reinforced spike mount - for extreme conditions
Carbon fiber composite sole / mid sole
More About The Manufacturer Shimano
Shimano, Inc. is a Japanese multinational manufacturer of cycling components, fishing tackle, and rowing equipment.
In 2005, the company had net sales of US $1.4 billion. Bicycle components provided 75% of its sales income. Fishing tackle produced 23% of the company's sales income, while other products—including snowboarding equipment and other forged parts—produced about 2% of its sales income. Headquartered in Sakai, Japan, the company has 32 consolidated subsidiaries and 11 unconsolidated subsidiaries. Its primary manufacturing plants are in Kunshan, China; Malaysia; and Singapore.