Louis Garneau ERGOCROSS Shoes

DESCRIPTION

• Sole with agressive cramp • Ergofit® semi-stiff heel cup • Three velcros • Several mesh sections • Ventilated tongue

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 25, 2000]
maxime bouchard
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

no laces, light, stiff, good grips, good looking, good price, steel toe spicks.

Weakness:

uncomfortable (too thin on the bottom),

I bought those shoes, and after a few weeks the bottom of the right shoe got ripped off. I sent them to the company and luckly they sent me a new pair. That is the only problem I've got with those shoes. If I had to redo it, I'd buy them again.

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[Aug 18, 1999]
Allison Alexander
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

-Stiff
-Fairly light
-no laces

I love these shoes. The only problem I had with em, is that I stripped the threads in the bottom set of holes in the mounting plate of my left shoe, but luckily you get two sets of holes for your cleat set up. They're very comfortable, and very stiff. Louis Garneau stuff is usually of pretty high quality, so you know it won't fall apart.

[Jun 21, 1999]
Mikael
Cross-Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

strong
light

Weakness:

hurts where the cleat is after a couple hours of riding

good shoe
you don't get the name all that much but the shoes works
good all around shoes

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