Pearl Izumi Sprint Shoes

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Product Description

  • Open Mesh upper gives the shoe superior breathability.
  • ES3 construction demonstrates the integrated design.
  • Seamless construction eliminates blisters and points of irritation.
  • Superboard plate is flexible for walking, rigid for pedaling.
  • EVA midsole provides comfortable cushioning.
  • Non-marking rubber outsole is ideal for gym use.
  • Sizes: 38-48 whole

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