Carbon LS-100 II Cycling Shoes

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  • Carbon LS-100 II Cycling Shoes
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Carbon LS-100 II Cycling Shoes

Availability: in stock
$ 219.99

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  • The most affordable among shoes equipped with a carbon outsole, the LS-100 II offers a precise Boa® micro-adjustment system and a super rigid frame for maximum performance. The absence of pressure points both underneath and on top of the foot make it an extremely comfortable and stiff shoe at a highly competitive price.

    by Garneau

    “Why should a rider who already owns cycling shoes purchase better ones?”

    This is a question we get more often than not. There are some pricey shoes out there on the market, but they’re pricey for a reason. A lot of work goes into developing the technology required to make cycling shoes that deliver the perfect balance of power transfer, weight savings, comfort and breathability. Do you need this perfect balance of technology for your riding purposes? Well, that’s up to you.

    Let’s look at it like this:

    If you’re driving 15 km across town on the highway and you go 20 km/h over the speed limit (120 km/h instead of 100 km/h), you might save about 30 seconds. In the grand scheme of things, that’s not a lot of savings.

    Now, if you’re driving all day for 8 hours and you go 20 km/h over the speed limit, it’ll literally save you hours. You’ll go an extra 160 km in the same time period (unless you get pulled over)!

    We’re not saying you should speed on the highway (in fact we highly recommend that you don’t), but what we are saying is, it all adds up!

    Everything you get from higher end cycling shoes, the additional features/benefits, the weight savings, the increased power output, it all adds up. If you’re riding for long distances, at high outputs, long climbs, technical descents, having better equipment will get you to the finish line easier, faster, and with more confidence.

    We’ve put years of work into our patented, and award-winning footwear technologies.

    So of course, we want to tell you all about them:

    X-Comfort Zone

    One of the biggest problems cyclists have is their feet swelling during cycling, which causes the forefoot to expand, and smash against the inside of the shoe. Traditional cycling shoes have no room for this expansion, and can cause tingling, numbness, hotspots and bunions on the foot. The award-winning and patent-pending X-Comfort Zone was designed to be an expandable zone to accommodate for this type of swelling. The X-Comfort Zone can stretch up to 5 mm to provide comfort and to prevent numbness during long rides. In addition, the X-Comfort allows shoes to fit “C” and “D” widths, eliminating the need for “wide” versions of shoes.