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PEARL iZUMi Attack Road Cycling Shoe

$ 160.00   -31%
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Despite cycling feeling much like an every-man's sport, with its accessibility being right out the front door, the prices associated with gear can be a hard pill to swallow. Fortunately brands like Pearl Izumi aim to accommodate those of us who have a budget in mind for our annual bike spending, and its easy to see with performance-minded shoes like the Attack Road Cycling Shoes that find a balance between stiff soles to get the most out of your power, and a price tag that doesn't make your bank account shudder. The Attack Road shoes are built with a seamless upper that combines panels of perforated synthetic leather with mesh to keep ventilation a priority while supporting your foot through pedal strokes. A single L6 Boa system provides equal pressure across the instep to keep your foot snug, and allows for micro adjustments to find the perfect fit. Pearl utilizes a 1:1 Composite Power Plate at the sole of the Attack Road, offer carbon at the forefoot for stiff power as you pedal, and composite at the heel where a little bit of flex can be afforded.


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Shimano's Attack Road shoes balance price and performance
Seamless uppers wrap your foot with fine-tunable support
L6 Boa allows for micro adjustments, secures evenly over instep
Ample mesh panels boost breathability to prevent hot foot
1:1 Composite sole balances carbon with composite for stiff support
Reflective elements help boost your visibility on low-light rides
EVA foam and rubber heel provide a stable base for life off of the bike
Sole is compatible with both 3-bolt road and 2-bolt MTB cleats for versatile use


Upper Material: bonded seamless synthetic leather, mesh panels
Closure: L6 Boa system
Footbed: EVA
Sole: 1:1 Composite Power Plate with carbon fiber forefoot
Cleat Compatibility: 3-bolt road, 2-bolt SPD
Claimed Weight: [single, size 6] 8.6oz (243g)
Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime

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