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Mavic Alpine Shoes

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Product Description

Mavic Alpine MTB Shoe is a spectacular way to get around on and off your bicycle. You need not worry about the pain associated with walking in a cyclist's shoe with the Alpine.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by shawnsterthemonster a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: July 30, 2012

Strengths:    The sole is stiffer than expected; excellent tread; SPD cleat is hardly noticeable when you're walking around; very comfortable; if you have to hike as part of your ride, this shoe can handle it easily.

Weaknesses:    I have only had these shoes for about a month. The only weakness I can foresee is the shoe upper material is kind of a suede with mesh accents, and it doesn't seem to be the most durable material. Only time will tell, though.

Bottom Line:   
BOTTOM LINE: These shoes are excellent, especially for the price. If you want to go clipless, but you don't want the stiff, uncomfortable clipless shoes that you can barely walk in, then go with the Mavic Alpine. It's great. I was a little nervous that the sole may not be stiff enough to go on just regular SPD pedals, but it's surprisingly stiff and surprisingly walkable. Mavic has made another great shoe. I was looking for a shoe that I could ride hard with but also walk around in if needed, and this is everything I wanted.

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Favorite Trail:   Blackhawk/Bennie Creek, Payson Canyon, Utah

Duration Product Used:   1 month

Price Paid:    $69.00

Purchased At:   REI.com (outlet sect

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