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  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Sole
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's 3/4 Front
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Detail
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's 3/4 Front
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Detail
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Sole
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Side
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Detail
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's 3/4 Back
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's Sole
  • Chrome Truk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's 3/4 Back
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ChromeTruk SPD Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Your needs shouldn't be compromised by comfort.

Stiff and slick carbon-soled cycling shoes have their place, but running errands around town isn't one of them. That's why Chrome's Truk SPD Shoes strike a balance with comfortable, SPD-compatible shoes. So, when riding to the bar becomes equally important to racing, you won't be slipping around the floor or destroying your precious carbon.

Chrome's Truk SPD Shoes are made from an almost identical fabric to what's used in its messenger bags — 1000 denier Cordura. As you probably know, this stuff is strong — like we've had the same Chrome bag for nine years strong. And aside from the upper material selection, Chrome made the whole shoe resilient to the day-to-day thrashings of urban riding. The sole is made from ultra-durable vulcanized rubber, and its also been made skid-resistant for riding or walking in all weather conditions. For the construction, Chrome used a board lasted sole to stiffen up the shoes and to eliminate the threat of hot spots.

Outside of Truk's commuter advantages, Chrome made them to be durable. The heel is protected from potential bails by a rubber heel cup, and the midsole is reinforced with a nylon/glass fiber shank. Truk's low-profile also makes it easy to get in and out of most SPD-compatible pedals.

The Chrome Truk Pro Shoes are compatible with most two-hole SPD cleats. They're available in odd and even sizes from 5.0 through 13.0 and in the colors Black and Grey.

  • SPD-ready
  • 1000-denier Cordura uppers
  • Vulcanized rubber sole
  • Board-lasted outsole
  • Rubber heel cup
  • Nylon/fiberglass shank
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
Upper Material
1000D Cordura
Cleat Compatibility
2-hole MTB
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year


7 8.5 6 40
7.5 9 6.5 40.5
8 9.5 7 41
8.5 10 7.5 42
9 10.5 8 42.5
9.5 11 8.5 43
10   9 44
10.5   9.5 44.5
11   10 45
11.5   10.5 46
12   11 47
13   12 47.5
14   13 48

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They are alright.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

They run large. The rubber sole started to fall apart not to long after I got them. If you are looking for a SPD to commute in I would say check out DH mountain bike shoes. Like 510, giro or Shimano . I have a pair of Giros that I got for MTB and prefer them.

Great for Commuting

    I bought these as a gift for my husband, who commutes a couple of days a week. He's long complained about how stiff his traditional cycling shoes are and how they're not exactly the most comfortable when you're wearing them (off the bike). Also, let's be real - the constant clicking while walking is just less than savory. However, the Truk Pro is a huge upgrade for him. They're comfortable, fit is true to size, and the grey colorway with tan gumsole is jazzzyyyy!

    size is not a purchase plus

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 13 ran to big and then 12 size seems to me they run a little bit small

    Hi there, it is a shame there are no half numbers at leas after 12 size. I purchased size 13, had to return them. so big, by a complete number, so i thought, then exchange them for 12 size, cause i thought they were runnig as big as a complete number. 12 size came to my door, hmmm, not so shure about size, they may not be the best fitted tailored shoes in the world when you walk, BUT THEYE ARE SO INCREDIBLE AMAZING ONCE YOU RIDE. I whish they would not be so heavy cause they are. I use them every day i commute to work, i have been on the rain a lot, they don get wet at all when water doesnt get from uper hole (obviuslly) . Have a nice ride all of you guys.
    DO you know how to wash them?

    Great Commuter Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    A nice SPD shoe for commuting. I can wear these to work or wherever, they feel great. I have had no issues with them as of yet. These have a very solid sole. They run just a bit larger than other Chrome shoes, but to me they aren't even a half size larger.

    Very comfortable and normal-looking

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large

    There aren't very many SPD shoes that can be worn for everyday use, and these look normal enough that I can wear them at work. As others have noted the cleats make contact with the ground just a little, but not very much.

    One complaint I have is that the sizes run about a full size large. Order one size smaller than you think you want.

    Great for commuters

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    These shoes are great. I used to be very wary of clipless pedals, because the idea of constantly swapping shoes sounds terrible. With Chrome's SPD shoes, you can wear them all day, and no one even knows they are bike shoes (including you). They are a little stiff for walking, but you get used to it and stop noticing within a day, or so. The cleats are recessed enough that there is not clicking when walking on hard surfaces. Occasionally you will get a little grinding when walking across pavement, but this has never bothered me. I highly recommend these to any bicycle commuter who is looking for a regular shoe, that also happens to enable the use of clipless pedals.

    These do run big; I recommend sizing down a half or whole size.

    Thanks Roger. My mountain biking shoes have enough wear on the soles that the cleats click all over the doggone planet.

    With the SPD cleats installed, can you...

    With the SPD cleats installed, can you still walk around in these shoes? Or are the like road bike shoes, where you need to cover the cleat?

    Best Answer

    Hey Jessica,

    With the cleat installed it should be flush with the surface of the sole so that you can get off your bike and spend the rest of your nigh barhopping on foot.

    I am new to clip pedals and cleats and I...

    I am new to clip pedals and cleats and I was wondering what type of pedal would be compatible to this shoe. The shoe is 2-Hole MTB Compatible. I am not entirely sure what that means. If anyone could help, that would be great.

    There are a few different options for you, but the most common type of pedal that you are looking for is called an SPD pedal (note: NOT "SPD-SL")

    Here's a link to Backcountry's selection of SPD pedals (but do note that some "SPD-SL" pedals are included in this page... you should ignore them!)

    Don't be afraid of the cheaper models of SPD pedal: they are still rock solid.