Pearl Izumi Fuel Shoes

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MSRP : $95.00


Product Description

The Fuel combines our award winning run styling with the versatility of the X-Road bottom.
  • X-Road nylon plate delivers great pedaling stability, power and efficiency with off-the-bike comfort and walk-ability
  • Blown rubber lugged outsole for superior traction and durability
  • SKYDEX heel crash pad for excellent off-the-bike shock absorption
  • Flexible forefoot and a running shoe beveled heel
  • Low cut construction for a light, fast fit and feel
  • Quick drying, highly breathable mesh/synthetic upper
  • Compatible with SPD and all Look pedal systems

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