Pearl Izumi Fluid Shoes

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $79.99

Product Description

• Combo Velcro strap/lace closure system provides a great secure fit. • Leather and nylon mesh upper construction for protection and durability. • Lace garage to tuck away laces at top of tongue. • Reflective side panels for low light visibility. • EVA comfort sockliner. • Dual density Superboard plate allows walking flexibility but rigidity for cycling performance.
• Lightweight EVA midsole for step in comfort.
• Rugged carbon rubber outsole for off road traction.
• Removable cleat cover for use with clipless pedals.
• SPD compatible.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Mikhail Panasyuk a Cross Country Rider from Novosibirsk, Russia

Date Reviewed: August 4, 2007

Strengths:    Cheap
Lasts long
Good for all around use, relatively comfortable to walk

Weaknesses:    No resistance to water
Could be a little hot in summer
Doesn't fit for winter use under -15C

Bottom Line:   
My first shoes for clipless pedals (stock Crank Bros Candy C).

Here in Siberia they're perfect for most weather conditions. Don't get them wet, use special shoe covers for wet and cold conditions.

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $62.00

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Bike Setup:   GT Avalanche Expert 2006

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Debris in brake fluid when bleeding

Just bled my Juicy 7's for the first time, and when pulling the fluid up through the lever, I saw some grey looking debris in the fluid. Anyone seen this before? The bleed didn't go super well, it was my first time doing it, and I'll have to repeat, but I am wondering if this means that my system ... Read More »

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