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Carnac Escape Shoes

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Tough synthetic P-Skin and ultra-light micro-mesh upper
  • Padded tongue for maximum comfort
  • Reflective rear inserts for better visibility
  • Conforming, carbon-fibre reinforced heel
  • Three inextensible Velcro straps for fastening

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by mikeburk a Cross Country Rider from Oakland, CA

Date Reviewed: August 17, 2010

Strengths:    solid components and materials, good craftsmanship, innovative replaceable sole inserts (compare to Sidi Dragon at $450+), carbon sole, well-formed heel cup, and sleek design

Weaknesses:    the velcro seems a bit wimpy, but time will tell...

Bottom Line:   
IT IS ABOUT TIME WE PUT THE COCKS@CKERS AT SIDI IN THEIR PLACE AND BRING OUR BUSINESS ELSEWHERE!!!! $273 is ridiculous for a pair of Dominators, Italian fit and craftsmanship be damned. This product is equal or superior to the Dominator in many aspects, and Carnac is a reputable company. As consumers it is our responsibility to combat the price gouging that SIDI is doing, solely because of their reputation. On top of all of this, their quality is slipping. Insulting if you ask me...

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Favorite Trail:   3rd Divide, Hole in the ground

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $106.00

Purchased At:   xxcycles.com

Similar Products Used:   sidi dominator, sidi giau

Bike Setup:   Heckler, DHX5.0, fox float RLC, custom wheels, full xt

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