Pearl Izumi Women’s W All-road Iii B/b Cycling Shoe, Black/Black, 42.5 EU/10.4 B US

Pearl Izumi Women’s W All-road Iii B/b Cycling Shoe, Black/Black, 42.5 EU/10.4 B US

Pearl Izumi Women's W All-road Iii B/b Cycling Shoe, Black/Black, 42.5 EU/10.4 B US
@ FEATURES of the Pearl Izumi Women’s All Road III Shoe 1: 1 Anatomic Closure: follows the natural anatomic shape of the foot to eliminate hot spots and remove pressure from your instep Select 1: 1 Power Plate: Select Grade Nylon and Composite Fiber plate for lightweight stiffness and durability Concave shaping for enhanced plate stiffness and anatomic support Low-profile bottom for an indoor/outdoor look and feel Select Insole: provides excellent Longitudinal and Transverse Arch Support SPD-compatible SPECIFICATIONS of the Pearl Izumi Women’s All Road III Shoe Weight: 285 g

  • 1:1 anatomic closure: follows the natural anatomic shape of the foot to eliminate hot spots and remove pressure from your instep
  • Select 1:1 power plate: select grade nylon and composite fiber plate for lightweight stiffness and durability
  • Concave shaping for enhanced plate stiffness and anatomic support. Low-profile bottom for an indoor/outdoor look and feel
  • Select insole: provides excellent longitudinal and transverse arch support. SPD-Compatible

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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My spin class instructor recommended I get some bike shoes to make the class …, July 28, 2015
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    KathyB. (San Diego, CA) –

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    My spin class instructor recommended I get some bike shoes to make the class easier. Thanks to the other reviewers I ordered my correct size. I wear between about an 8.5 wide in most shoes. I ordered the 41and it fit very well. At first I thought that it might be tight in the toe but then realized the shoe tongue was a little bunched up. After I straightened the tongue the fit was pretty much perfect. I bought the Shimano SM-SH52 SPD cleats and installed them easily with an allen wrench (watched a you tube about it to figure out the pointed end should face the toes). Made sure to tighten them well at the advice of another reviewer. It took a couple of tries to click in on the LA Fitness bike pedal…. just slide the pointed end into the pedal and sort of push forward and down on the pedal til you hear a click; then when you’re done….twist your ankle outward to unlock (watched a you tube about that process as well because it was my first time using cleats). I’ve done a couple classes with these shoes now and they do seem to make it easier because they are stiffer than tennis shoes and offer good support when you stand. I also love my Pearl Izumi gloves that I bought on Amazon because they cushion my hands so nicely during the classes and also on the other weight machines.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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    Great choice for spin class!, March 12, 2015
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    Great shoes, great fit, great seller, excellent performance in spin class! I wear a size 6 shoe, and i chose the size 6.8 in hopes that by sizing up they’d have some room in the toe area. I think they fit perfectly. You do need to separately purchase SPD cleats for these shoes, but it’s easy to install the cleats. Tighten the screws hard, because you dont want the cleat to work loose- i know from experience- i couldn’t unclip from the pedal!!

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