Why We Like The 2FO DH Flat Mountain Bike Shoe
When Specialized set out to design a downhill mountain bike shoe, they did it with the intention to provide comfortable, all-day riding, but they also kept post-ride fun in mind. Thanks to a platform design, the 2FO DH Flat Mountain Bike Shoes are great for wear on and off the bike. A relaxed fit ensures pedal feel and off-bike comfort. They're constructed with SlipNot 2.0 rubber compound for the grippiest rubber we've seen from the brand, and the shoes are optimized for complete pedal connection. Everything from the internal booties to the air mesh tongue and cushioned EVA midsole is designed for comfort. An engineered lug pattern is designed to specifically integrate with pedal pins, and a smooth Thermo bonded upper offers a snag-free profile and additional durability. We like that these shoes are designed to withstand the wear and tear of trail life. They're designed with captured foam in the upper to protect your feet from impacts, and the EVA midsole is sealed with a protective skin for support and tear resistance.
- Durable and comfortable trail shoe for downhill riding
- SlipNot 2.0 rubber compound is soft and grippy for pedal connection
- Engineered lug pattern is designed to integrate with pedal pins
- Internal bootie offers improved comfort and control
- Captured foam in the upper protects feet from impacts
- Relaxed fit for both pedal feel and off-bike comfort
- Item #SCQ00IB
- Upper Material
- SlipNot 2.0 rubber
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- [size 42] 11.1oz (315g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
5 based on 1 ratings
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August 31, 2023
- I've put it through the wringer
I love these shoes. Stiff, comfy, well built, and sticky. I literally, rode them for a few weeks and bought a second pair and stuck them in the closet. Buy them. You won't regret it.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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