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Teva Crank Shoes

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At the Teva Mountain Games, we watched tons of riders in skate shoes struggling up the hill after their rides. Right then, we decided to bring our PedalLINK Outsole technology to the iconic vulc style. The result is the Crank, a vulc-style sneaker with grip features meant specifically for biking.

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