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Product Description

Mavic Crossmax is a premier Enduro Mountain Shoe. With the Ergo Lite ratchet systema and the Quick Lace lightweight pulling system, a snug comfortable fit is assured. The Contragrip sole will provide solid traction in the most rugged of conditions.

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