Shimano AM 30 Shoes

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Product Description

  • Off road all-mountain shoe with a high ankle cut ideally suited to rugged terrain at a great price
  • High ankle cut for more aggressive all-mountain riding conditions
  • Rugged ballistic textile inlays over key areas for added durability and protection
  • Durable and lightweight rubber sole for increased traction and walking comfort
  • Fibreglass reinforced nylon plate gives added stability and support
  • PVC coated leather upper with stretch resistant breathable mesh panels add to the comfort and fit
  • Three Velcro-style hook-and-loop strap with offset closure pattern to avoid pressure points
  • Reflective detailing on the heel help keep you more visible in low light conditions
  • Average weight: 693 g for a pair of size 40

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