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Mavic Crossmax XL Pro Shoe - Men's

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Enduro grip.

Billed as the world's first enduro-specific shoes, the Mavic Men's Crossmax XL Pro Shoes deliver secure retention, comfort, and grippy durability in a stylish package that will stand out on the course. Mavic's Quick Lace system makes tightening down the fit a snappy, single-pull affair, while a ratchet strap across the top of the foot adds extra security and fit adjustment. A large, protective, hook-and-loop-secured panel folds over the lacing system for added protection across the top of your foot from errant branches, rocks, and other trail obstacles.

Mavic adds a band of perforated neoprene around the ankle for added protection and an Ergo 3D tongue for increased comfort. Underfoot, the Energy Grip Trail outsole efficiently transfers power and features Contragrip rubber for exceptional grip when scrambling over rocky surfaces and extra confident pedal contact.

  • Enduro-specific shoe with two-bolt cleat compatibility
  • Perforated neoprene provides extended ankle coverage
  • Quick Lace system for one-pull fit adjustments
  • Ratcheting buckle for secure fit along instep
  • Padded tongue for comfort on longer rides
  • Grippy outsole lends traction on technical trails

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Recommended Use:
mountain bike, enduro
Claimed Weight:
[size 8.5] 460 g
Cleat Compatibility:
Energy Grip Trail
Ergo Fit Ortholite
Quick Lace, Ergo Ratchet, hook-and-loop strap
Upper Material:
[mid-ankle protection] perforated neoprene

Size chart


Cycling Footwear
3.5 36 4 5
4 36 2/3 4.5 5.5
4.5 37 1/3 5 6
5 38 5.5 6.5
5.5 38 2/3 6 7
6 39 1/3 6.5 7.5
6.5 40 7 8
7 40 2/3 7.5 8.5
7.5 41 1/3 8 9
8 42 8.5 9.5
8.5 42 2/3 9 10
9 43 1/3 9.5 10.5
9.5 44 10 11
10 44 2/3 10.5 11.5
10.5 45 1/3 11 12
11 46 11.5 12.5
11.5 46 2/3 12 13
12 47 1/3 12.5 13.5
12.5 48 13 14
13 48 2/3 13.5 14.5
13.5 49 1/3 14 15

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Great enduro shoe

    Had the mavic fury before this as an Xc Race shoe, and needed a decent enduro shoe but didn't want to give up much stiffness. Paired with time attac mx8 Pedals i feel pretty stable even when I don't manage to clip in. Walking is dead comfy despite the sole being pretty stiff. I did change out the insoles as the mavic ones felt a bit weird. Put some specialized insoles in and they feel great.

    Pretty Solid Compromise

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    Appreciate the performance of a good clipless set-up, but refuse to give up the comfort of sneakers? This shoe is a pretty good mix of both worlds. Definitely super comfy, but the stiff sole and ratchet strap means they're pretty efficient to pedal with as well. They are noticeably more comfortable than my other XC style bike shoes. You sacrifice some weight for sure, but if you value comfort and the ability to walk around like a normal person when off the bike, you will be stoked on these.

    Great All Mountain Shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Size Bought: 12

    This is by far my favorite shoe for almost everything on the mountain bike. While it's not an XC shoe at all, it is stiff enough to pedal all day in comfort. Contagrip out-soles are similar to what Salomon uses on their trail running shoes and work great for the many times per ride I need to walk a short section. Full disclosure here...I'm the product guy for Mavic USA, but they really are great shoes!

    hard to buy these online for me. I normally use 11.5, 12 or 13 size normal shoes or running shoes, depending on the brand. What size you think i should get for these ones?

    Hey Albert - I would recommend the size 12 in these Mavic Crossmax Shoes, they are pretty true to size and you will want a performance type fit. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

    - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

    Surprisingly Comfortable and Versatile

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Coming from only wearing road and XC shoes previously, I picked these up mainly for trips down south to Moab (where last time i had trashed the pads on my Sidi Spiders and spent a not insignificant amount of money getting those replaced). They took some getting used to coming from XC shoes, especially the area around the top of the ankle that is made of a stretchy neoprene. I still use my sidis for shorter hard effort rides, but these shoes have become my go-to for my longer 3-4 hour rides where i'd like to stay a bit more comfortable. I wear a size 42 in Sidi, 8.5 men's US in casual shoes, and these fit great at 8.5 US as well.

    Comfy on Comfy

      By far the comfiest bike shoe I have ever ridden in. I have had a pair of 5.10 Freeriders, and Maltese Falcons and in both my feet would go numb on long consistent climbs. These Shoes feature the same ortholite footbed that are in all of the salomon running shoes and it feels like a temperpedic bed for your foot. While being super comfy they are plenty stiff for a high performance shoe. My only negatives about them is that they are a bit heavy (but they are an enduro shoe, So it CAN pedal up but the fun is in the down) and they are a little hot (but your biking. You're going to be hot or you're not pedaling hard enough).

      Check out pinkbike's review of them here:

      Slightly large?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Fits really true to size, but i normally wear a 8.5 and had to get the 8? tough sizing choice, but yeah I ran with the 8's felt like a more secure fit