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PEARL iZUMiTour Road Cycling Shoe - Men's


Item # PLZ00RN

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Item # PLZ00RN

Tour Road Cycling Shoe

Combining the classic look of a lace-up with modern cycling shoe technology, the Pearl Izumi Tour Road Cycling Shoe offers versatile performance at a price that won't leave a dent in your bank account. The supportive nylon composite sole integrates a stiff carbon plate at the ball of the foot to maximize power transfer, with the flexibility to run either 2-bolt SPD or 3-bolt SPD-SL cleats to suit all of your cycling endeavors. The fully bonded seamless upper construction creates a slipper like fit that is highly adjustable thanks to the traditional lacing system, and an additional set of laces is included in the box so you can choose between subtle styling or colorful pop.

  • A modern interpretation of the classic lace-up cycling shoe
  • Seamless upper offers exceptional comfort and avoids hot spots
  • Traditional lace closure for a precise fit and all-day comfort
  • Lace lock keeps your laces secure and away from the drivetrain
  • Composite sole with carbon insert provides lightweight stiffness
  • Sole features Direct-Vent technology for optimal ventilation
  • Highly-perforated upper keeps your feet cool on warmer days
  • Compatible with both 2-bolt and 3-bolt cleats

Tech Specs
Upper Materialsynthetic
Sole1:1 Composite Power Plate (nylon + carbon fiber forefoot insert)
Cleat Compatibility3-bolt, 2-bolt
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

Pearl Izumi 

Cycling Footwear
  5 36 3 22.5
  5.5 36.5 3.5 23
  6 37 4 23
  6.5 37.5 4.5 23.5
6 7 38 5 24
6.25 7.25 38.5 5 24
6.5 7.5 39 5.5 24.5
6.75 7.75 39.5 5.5 24.5
7 8 40 6 25
7.5 8.5 40.5 6.5 25.5
7.75 9 41 7 25.5
8 9.25 41.5 7 26
8.5 9.5 42 7.5 26.5
9 10 42.5 8 27
9.25 10.5 43 8.5 27.5
9.5   43.5 8.5 27.5
10   44 9 28
10.25   44.5 9 28
10.5   45 9.5 28.5
11   45.5 10 29
11.5   46 10.5 29.5
12   46.5 11 30
12.5   47 11.5 30.5
13   48 12 31
14   49   32
15   50   33
16   51   34

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Comfortable and Lightweight

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 2"
180 lbs

I wear a Size49 and got these in white. The are used in conjunction with Speedplay Zero pedals and I use the F6 shims. The fit is good at 49; I do have narrower feet, but they still cinch up nicely without buckling. If there is any appreciable stretch, that may be something to be less happy about over time. After about 200km (3 rides), I can say they fit good and are comfortable. They are easy on and off thanks to some elasticity around the ankle area. The laces with the offset enclosure are really good and it makes me wonder why everyone is so sold on Boa. They seem plenty stiff on climbs or putting the power down and are still somewhat normal to walk in. nice trick! I won't speak too ill of the shoes they were replacing, but these are sooo much better than the Torch 2.0, especially with fit around the tongue area. Plus these are more affordable and in my size, these were 20g per shoe lighter. I don't normally care too much on weight, but figured I would go ahead and measure while I was switching over my cleats just to make the review more interesting. I'll try to remember to chime back in after 2000km. POST 2000km update - Still really great. They remain comfortable and plenty stiff. I'll stick with them for the coming Spring. Excited about that! Most of my road rides are 2 - 4 hours with pretty typical 1000ft of elevation gain every 10 miles. Great shoes for that kind of riding.

>Rating: 5

Great purchase

True to size
Size Bought
42 (9)
5` 7"
175 lbs

Received these shoes today and really like the quality and look. I wear a size 9 all day long and I ordered the 42 sizing for this shoe. Fits like a glove and I have slightly narrow feet with a good arch. No issues whatsoever. Lightweight and throwback lacing style. Can’t wait to put these on the pedals. Fast shipping from Back Country!

>Rating: 5

.5 a size up please...

I returned this product before using it
Runs small
Size Bought
6` 0"
180 lbs

Can’t wait to get my new pair I’m only returning because I would like to be absolutely comfy when I clip these in.

>Rating: 5

Quality Cycling Shoe

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"
162 lbs

Very nicely made cycling shoe for the money. Quality materials used. True to size.


Hello, how is the fit for these shoes? I have size EU 44 for Shimano and Fizik (although for normal shoes I have 43). Furthermore I have pretty broad feet. Do I need to go for a EU 44 as well? Thank you in advance!

>Rating: 5

I wanted to like these so much...

Sizing is spot on. Stiff enough, comfy for walking and the first few miles, the material is excellent and what you find on $400 shoes, offset laces better than giro's and great ventilation. BUT got the dreaded hot spots and could not adjust cleats to get the right foot feel without the hot spots...such a shame and these are a great shoe. And given the hot spot issue is personal, these would rate as a five for those who did not get hot spots.

>Rating: 5

Awesome fit and feel.

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

Luckily, they do not look so duck footed in person. They fit my narrow feet perfect. The arch seems par for the course. I have not really stomped hard uphill or in a sprint to see how stiff they are, but everyday chugging along they seem plenty stiff. I have not had any issues with needing to stop and adjust the laces like I expected. Since they are not leather, they clean up real easy. And they are pretty light and have not caused me any fatigue.