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Rime WP Mountain Bike Shoe

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $107.99 Original price: $179.99
40% off
Color:Black/Cast Battleship/Blaze


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Why We Like The Rime WP Mountain Bike Shoe

You don’t limit your rides to the trails easy to reach, and you need shoes built to go way, way further. Specialized’s Rime WP Mountain Bike Shoes are ready to go the distance with rugged capability that you need when you’re way out there, like rugged Vibram outsoles, XPEL Mesh lining that sheds moisture, and an L6 Boa for easy adjustment.


  • Rough and ready shoes for serious all-mountain exploration
  • X-PEL hydrophobic mesh repels water, keeps you dry
  • Body Geometry sole and footbeds boost power and comfort
  • Stiff Lollipop composite plate boost pedaling performance
  • L6 Boa dials provide easy adjustment
  • Vibram sole elevates traction
  • Compatible with 2-bolt mountain bike cleats
  • Item #SCQ00NM
Upper Material
synthetic, mesh
lace, Boa L6 dial
Vibram rubber
Cleat Compatibility
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
mountain biking

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

October 25, 2022

The BOA needs work

I returned this product before using it

I wanted to like these shoes, but the BOA was annoying so I had to return. I was attracted to this shoe for the wide toe box and an actual grippy sole for not sliding around on granite during my hike- a- bike moments. When I actually tried them on I was pleasantly surprised by the medium flex footbed. It has more flex than the Five Ten Kestrel, but slightly less than the Ride Concepts Tallac Clip. Now the big detractor. The BOA did not have enough slack to get your fingers in and properly tighten the laces easily. I think if that BOA strap was sitting a little further down the foot, it would actually tighten and hold your foot where it is needed and make the laces less critical to use. Note: The whole shoe runs wide.

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Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com