Northwave Scorpius S.R.S MTB Shoe - Men's $129.95
For everything that trail throws at you
If you mountain bike enough, chances are you've had to hike-a-bike on more than one occasion. The Northwave Scorpius MTB S.R.S. features a one-piece, seamless upper and carbon reinforced rubber-lugged sole so that you'll move fast, on and off the bike.
The uppers of the Scorpius S.R. S. shoes are a multi-layer Thermowelded construction with Northwave's Airflow System. The Thermoweld consists of a light microfiber polyurethane that has been coupled with large mesh vent inserts — the total thickness of the upper is the same as a traditional single-layer construction. Working in conjunction with this design is a series of vents that channel air into the sole to keep your feet from overheating. Because of the seamless uppers, Northwave is able to use an Integrated Heel System to hold your foot securely in the shoe. The Performance Advanced Footbed ensures that your foot is always in optimal pedaling position.
The sole of the Scorpius S.R.S. is the Jaws Carbon Reinforced sole. This sole is formed from a thermoplastic material that was enriched with carbon powder for added durability and stiffness. The bottom was given a series of rubber treads for maximum grip — even when running descents.
The Scorpius are secured to your feet using two hook and loop straps and a third S.R.S (Slim Ratchet System) strap. Forged from aluminum, the ratchet is micro-adjustable for a customized fit. It is also easy to replace if needed.
Northwave's Scorpius MTB S.R.S. are available in whole sizes from 36.0 to 39.0 and 46.0 to 48.0, and in whole and half sizes from 39.5 to 45.5. They come in four coloways: Red/black/white, White/black, Black/yellow fluo, and Orange fluo/black.
Northwave bike shoes are sold in EU sizing. Find your EU size with this chart, keeping in mind US conversion is approximate.
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Looking at purchasing these for road biking....
Looking at purchasing these for road biking. I haven't had a pair of clip in before, but interested in making the switch over. However, I am also nervous of the transition. We do a lot of biking events that include walking and these seem like they would be great for walking around in...not like most road shoes.
Please let me know what other products I need to include in my purchase along with my pedals. thanks
These might be a little stiff if you're going to walk a bit. You might consider a slightly more recreational level mtb shoe.
I'd recommend Crankbros candy pedals. Crankbrothers are a little easier to use IMO