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Ride Concepts
TNT Cycling Shoe - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $85.00 Original price: $170.00
50% off
Color:Clay

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Why We Like The TNT Cycling Shoe

Grip, protection, and durability are the focus of the TNT Cycling Shoe from Ride Concepts. The brand designed this shoe with a high-rise EVA midsole that provides additional shock absorption with downhill racing, big mountain and freeriding, and an anti-peel synthetic upper. A custom-molded toe cap and heel protection act as bumpers for our feet, and a 40mm power strap keep our laces securely tucked away and our foot secure for our ride.


Details

  • The TNT Cycling Shoe for downhill, big mountain, and freeriding
  • DST 4.0 MAX GRIP rubber is grippy and provides ample traction
  • Hexagonal pattern is a larger diameter and suited for long pedal pins
  • Anti-peel, synthetic upper features an asymmetrical medial collar
  • Lace closure is easy to adjust for our perfect fit
  • Item #RPT000I
Upper Material
D3O
Closure
lace, hook-and-loop
Footbed
D3O
Midsole
EVA
Sole
DST 4.0
Cleat Compatibility
flat
Claimed Weight
490g
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Activity
enduro, downhill

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

September 23, 2021

Good Grip99%

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Comfortable and durable 100% recommend FreerideEnduro!

William
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com