Pearl Izumi – Ride Women’s W X-ALP Enduro IV Cycling Shoe,Black/Paloma,39 EU/7.5 D US
Pearl Izumi - Ride Women's W X-ALP Enduro IV Cycling Shoe,Black/Paloma,39 EU/7.5 D US
- 1:1 Anatomical Buckle Closure System reduces hot spots and removes pressure from your instep
- Low cut construction for a light, fast fit and feel
- Quick drying, highly breathable mesh/synthetic upper delivers comfort and breathability
- EVA foam run shoe midsole for off the bike cushioning and comfort
- Carbon rubber lugged outsole for superior traction and durability
FEATURES of the Pearl Izumi Women's X-Alp Enduro IV Shoe 1:1 Anatomical Buckle Closure System reduces hot spots and removes pressure from your instep Low cut construction for a light, fast fit and feel Quick drying, highly breathable mesh/synthetic upper delivers comfort and breathability EVA foam run shoe midsole for off the bike cushioning and comfort Carbon rubber lugged outsole for superior traction and durability SPD Compatible
Pearl Izumi - Ride Women's W X-ALP Enduro IV Cycling Shoe,Black/Paloma,39 EU/7.5 D US, Pearl Izumi - Ride
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