Chrome Kursk Shoes $74.95
From the West Coast to the Eastern Front, the Kursks keep your feet comfortable and secure.
Tug on the Chrome Kursk Shoe, tuck the laces into the lace garage to keep them out of your drivetrain, and hit the road. The Kursk is a tough, cycling-specific shoe that moonlights as a simple pair of casual kicks. Thanks to features like stainless aglets (or lace end-caps for non word-nerds), the aforementioned lace garage, and a board-lasted sole, the Kursk will keep your feet protected and your bike rolling fast.
- The 1000-denier Cordura fabric resists damage from pedal cages, crashes, and nasty bar bathrooms
- Fiberglass-reinforced nylon shank increases pedaling efficiency
- Rubber toe and heel for maximum durability
- Low-profile design for excellent fit in pedal cages
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- PRO SERIES SHOES:
- These run big. Order 1/2 size smaller than other Chrome shoes.
Reviews & Community
Cool and comfortable shoes
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These shoes are well made and very comfortable to wear. True to size. These become my favorite.
Pretty decent casual cycling shoe
These shoes are pretty cool. The fabric for the uppers is super tough and I do not think that I will be wearing them out anytime soon. With the toughness does come some stiffness so they do take a little while to get broken in so that they move with your fit better. After a few weeks they fit and feel great. I took them on a 60 mile ride over the weekend and the performed admirably.
I like these shoes
They are great for what they were designed for, riding on flat pedals or cages. Walking is a different story. They are still not broken in at the heal and I have several blisters to show for it. I don't mind, I will heal. But if you are planning to walk any distances after getting off your fixie, put another pair of shoes in your messenger bag. These are definitely great bike shoes.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Love 'em. A good stiff sole, comfortable fit, quite water-resistant, tough and durable - what more could you want. They aren't real comfortable for walking in but that's to be expected.
I am from the old school and still use...
I am from the old school and still use cage pedals with toe clips. Will these go in and out of the toe clips easy enuf.?? or another suggestions.
Yeah, that shouldn't be a problem at all.
So do I. They are perfect. They have a nice stiff sole. They are made from a tough canvas that won't be damaged by rubbing on your toe-clips. I commute daily in Seoul, South Korea, lots of lights, lots of crazy traffic and emergency stopping. Feet go in and out no problems.
Hi. I don't use cleats. should I get these...
Hi. I don't use cleats. should I get these shoes or the "Kurtz Pro" model. I notice the Kurtz pro has other features like the rocking sole, which I do find appealing. Or is the cleat feature the only real difference between these shoes?
The pro has a rockered sole because it's stiffer than this version is. This is flexible and, therefore, doesn't need a rockered sole to make it easy to walk in. If you are using platform pedals, I would highly recommend these shoes. I've been using them for the past year and love them.
How soon will it be til chrome releases...
How soon will it be til chrome releases the midtop in the color brown?
kursk black on tile
Very supportive yet not even close to compromising the comfort factor. Clean, stylish, yet tough and functional.