Product DescriptionWhether you're vaulting over the barriers, or sending down the trails, you need shoes that provide comfort, stiffness, and durability. Basically, you need a pair like the Sidi Sun Women's Shoes. With a sleek aesthetic and an anatomic design, the Sun shoes are the obvious choice for anyone who appreciates quality.As with most things, the devil is in the details. Starting with the retention configuration, the Sun features three Velcro straps along the upper. This system allows a fully-tuneable fit both pre-ride and on-the-fly. It fits into what Sidi calls its last/foot form technology, where the bottom two straps control the snugness of the fit at the metatarsal and instep areas. These straps are best adjusted before you hit the trail, and left alone thereafter. The top strap is what the design dictates as the entry and exit adjustment point. Together, the three strap system eliminates any internal foot slip that depreciates your efficiency. To further control slippage, Sidi added its signature heel cup for reinforcement. Basically, it keeps the foot in the perfect position on hard up-strokes and while climbing out of the saddle. As a result, you'll be powering comfortably and precisely with the ideal, comfortable volume inside the shoe.Further along the lines of comfort, Sidi has given the Sun a massive amount of ventilation. This means that your feet won't be susceptible to sweltering conditions, and you can hit the trail all day without worries of swamp foot. And while the ventilation makes the Sun the perfect summer shoe, Sidi also prepared them for winter. Positioned at the toe, Sidi fitted the Sun for two toe spikes (available separately) to provide traction in muddy conditions.The Sidi Sun Women's Shoes are available in the color Black/silver and in odd and even sizes ranging from 36.0 to 43.0. Please note that these shoes are intended for use with 2-hole mountain bike cleats.
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