Why We Like The Shimano GF600 MTB Flat Shoe
No matter whether we are kicking it at the jump line or just out for a casual trail ride, having mountain biking-specific shoes makes all the difference. We love the Shimano GF600 MTB shoe to give us enhanced comfort, performance, and protection on the bike. The Shimano GF600 is a premium flat pedal mountain bike shoe with a lightweight, low-top construction. A reinforced toe cap protects against rock strikes, and a layered EVA midsole absorbs impacts, provides stiffness for power transfer, and combines with Shimano's TORBAL 2.0 torsional midsole for excellent edge flexibility when cornering. A lace closure system makes for a simple and secure closure, and Shimano's Ultread GF rubber compound provides exceptional grip both on and off the bike.
- Lightweight mountain biking shoes made for downhill riding
- Reinforced toe box protects from rock strikes
- Layered EVA midsole absorbs impacts
- TORBAL 2.0 provides outer edge flexibility for better control
- Inside ankle padding adds protection
- Ultread GF rubber compound is grippy both on and off the bike
- Lace closure for a simple and secure fit
- Item #SHIU1IP
- Upper Material
- synthetic leather
- VOLUME TOUR cup insole
- Lasting board, EVA, shank plate
- ULTREAD GF rubber
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- [size 42] 14oz (397g)
- trail, enduro, downhill
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
5 based on 1 ratings
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October 24, 2023
Clipless grip with flats freedom
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
These shoes deliver the locked-in feeling of clipless with the full freedom of a pair of flats. The Ultread sole is just the right amount of sticky and hasn't shown even a single pinhole after a few rides, and the hexagonal pattern allows for just enough side-to-side motion to keep my feet comfortable on long climbs. These are perfect shoes for rowdy enduro days, but might be a bit overkill for chill trail rides. They do run a bit on the larger side. I'm normally a 7.5 US, and the size 41 is a definitely roomy in the toe box, but I've had zero heel slip so far.
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