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Recon Adventure Mountain Bike Shoe

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$149.99 - $224.99
Up to 33% off


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Why We Like The Specialized Recon Adventure Mountain Bike Shoe

For endurance gravel events, bikepacking trips, and dirt-road explorations, we lace up the Specialized Recon Adventure Mountain Bike Shoe. Built with a carbon sole and walk-friendly STRIDE toe-flex technology, the Recon ADV balances efficient pedaling performance with natural comfort and grippy confidence when hiking off-bike. Its laser-perforated upper features a microfiber backing for better moisture management and a soft feel, while the Varus Wedge, Longitudinal Arch, and Metatarsal Button ensure that our feet stay in optimal position when pedaling.


  • Sleek style and versatile gravel performance mix in this shoe
  • Microfiber upper is perforated for cool breathability
  • TPU mudguard protects your feet from trail debris
  • Body Geometry technology maintains natural alignment
  • Greater SlipNot rubber tread is optimized for gravel traction
  • Item #SCQ1WV1
Upper Material
synthetic, laser-perforated
Body Geometry
carbon fiber plate
carbon plate, Greater SlipNot rubber
Cleat Compatibility
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
gravel, trail, cross-country

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

May 8, 2024

Bad for mtb

I've used it several times

These shoes are good looking and good for pedalling but the quality of the sole is terrible if you need to walk in tough terrain. I've broken the sole of two different pairs after the first 2-3 rides. Specialized shoes quality seems to be going downhill.

Jaime P

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com