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MTB Team BOA Cycling Shoe - Men's

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Color:Matte Black/White


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Why We Like The Scott MTB Team BOA Cycling Shoe

Send it up switchbacks and blast through rolling miles of singletrack with the quick-reacting power of Scott's Men's MTB Team BOA Shoe. Built for adventure, the MTB Team BOA's are versatile and ready to tackle miles at your local trail network for midweek XC race night, or push further up the mountain to discover new and challenging trails laced with root lattices and rock gardens. They feature a stiff sole for putting your power to good use, and flexible uppers that give your feet a comfortable hug while you pump rollers, and push up climbs.

Along the shoe's upper, a mix of pliable microfiber and airy mesh paneling wrap around the rolling bumps and bunions that make up your feet, mimicking leather's ability to adapt to different foot shapes, but not its lack of breathability or sensitivity to wet weather. Nylon mesh panels keep air moving on warm summer nights so your socks don't have to work overtime preventing the inside of your shoe from feeling like a swamp, while a mixed BOA and hook-and-loop closure system offers almost limitless potential for fit adjustments on the go. When you're throwing watts into the pedals, the MTB Team's fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole will back you up, without feeling painfully rigid on more relaxed trail rides.


  • Mountain bike shoe for cross country and trail riding
  • Microfiber upper comfortably conforms to your foot
  • Stiff composite sole for efficient power transfer
  • Sticki Rubber outsole for off-the-bike grip
  • BOA dial allows micro-adjustments to fit
  • Lower hook-and-loop strap secures the toe box
  • ErgoLogic insole improves comfort and arch support
  • Item #SCO00VC
Upper Material
microfiber, mesh
BOA® Fit System featuring IP1 dial, hook-and-loop strap
[sole] composite, [outsole] Sticki Rubber
Cleat Compatibility
Claimed Weight
[US 8.5] 13.6oz (385g)
cross-country, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 year

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 2 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

January 4, 2023

Not the best of Scott's offerings

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 3"

Previously used the Vertec BOA which I feel is highly superior to this shoe. This shoe does not provide the snug fit that one expects with the BOA closure system. I think the fact that the cables do not go all the way over the foot is a possible cause of this. Whatever it is, I find myself readjusting and tightening the dial way too many times during an average ride. The other issue is the outsole which seems to have rather poor grip on rock. I have to be extremely careful when hiking up rock while wearing these shoes lest I slip--particularly problematic when carrying bike. For short rides on non-technical trails, this would be a fine shoe. For longer rides with any sort of hike-a-bike (particularly up steep rock sections), I recommend you look for something else. I am hoping the Vertec comes back...

slefler936618 s
4 out of 5 stars

May 27, 2020

Similar to prowl-R

I've put it through the wringer

Since they discontinued the prowl-R this is more or less the same shoe minus a little bit of toe reinforcement. Like has been pointed out, these shoes aren't the most durable. however, for me, they are one of the few lighter options for shoes that also have very aft cleat channels (meaning you can get the cleat way back). They also have the right balance of stiffness vs pedal feel. And the breathability is good, a feature also lacking in many all mountain shoes. All in all, I'm know this won't last long (2 seasons tops), but I'll just buy another pair when they do fail. My last ones actually held up ok except the sole separated a bit around the cleat channel and I could have fixed it with a bit of adhesive but it really didn't matter much. These shoes do look narrow, but as it turns out they fit my rather wider foot very well. I purchase a 45 and wear an 11.5 sneaker. So don't be fooled by their XC looks. These are actually really great shoes for aggressive biking. Now if scott would just put a better sole on these (like the Michelin soles on the Shimano ME shoes), they would be an A+.

foggnm2396285 f

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com