Specialized 05 Comp MTB Shoe Shoes

4/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

All the World Cup level performance of our F.A.C.T. carbon Pro shoes, in a version for those who prefer a 3 strap closure - Patented Body Geometry Technology uses unique design to increase comfort and efficiency: Varus wedge, metatarsal button, medial arch support. Design is scientifically proven to measureably increase performance in elite riders & designed to reduce injuries - Full-length F.A.C.T. carbon sole is ultralight, rigid, and comfortable - Engineered flex in the toes reduces heel lift during hike-a-bike sections, without compromising efficient energy transfer - Lightweight thermoplastic rubber outsole fully wraps the carbon plate and hooks up when you need traction Triple-density BG Performance Footbed for superior comfort in the toughest conditions - Hard molded toe protection - Engineered MicroMatrixR synthetic leather offers a supple fit, yet is durable.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Prentiss from NYC

Date Reviewed: March 10, 2006

Strengths:    Great fit, thanks to the buckle and strap system. They have stiff soles, but yet they are easy to walk in. Reflective strips on back of shoe.

Weaknesses:    Maybe I’m rough on my shoes, but after riding with them for about a year, some of the seems have began to tear.

Bottom Line:   
They were great shoes while they lasted, but after a year of some racing/touring, commuting, and messengering in them they've began to fall apart. There's no doubt that I've subjected these shoes to some rough conditions, but for your average cyclist, I would still recommend these shoes.

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Favorite Trail:   1st ave

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $120.00

Purchased At:   bicycle habitat

Bike Setup:   fixed gear road bike.

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