Diamondback Men’s Trace Clipless Pedal Compatible Cycling Shoe, Size 41 EU/8 US

Diamondback Men’s Trace Clipless Pedal Compatible Cycling Shoe, Size 41 EU/8 US

Diamondback Men's Trace Clipless Pedal Compatible Cycling Shoe, Size 41 EU/8 US
@ The Trace Cycling Shoe looks great on and off the bike. It features a suede body and a breathable mesh upper. A Velcro lace keeper at the top keeps laces out of the way. The rubber outsole offers great grip and walkability and has a fiberglass reinforced nylon mid-sole for pedaling efficiency. SPD-compatible, but also works great with platform pedals. Reinforced toe and heel cups improve durability, and the heel loop provides easy on/off convenience. Great for mountain biking and touring, the Trace is also a superb option for indoor cycling.

  • Features a suede body with a breathable mesh upper
  • The rubber outsole offers great grip and walkability and has a fiberglass reinforced nylon mid-sole for pedaling efficiency
  • SPD compatible, but also works great with platform pedals
  • Reinforced toe and heel cup improve durability
  • Great for mountain biking and touring, but also a superb option for indoor cycling

List Price: $ 69.99

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3 thoughts on “Diamondback Men’s Trace Clipless Pedal Compatible Cycling Shoe, Size 41 EU/8 US

  1. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just buy them already. Its not like picking a wife. Its a shoe., June 8, 2015
    I’ve been using these shoes for a couple months now and I have to say there are a lot of good things going for them. They are sturdy and you can feel a solid platform to ride on as you connect to the pedal. They may not be as comfortable as a hiking shoe, but they don’t create pinch-points, or bind. My rides are typically around 10 miles mountain terrain with a lot of good climbing and I haven’t once been dying to get these off at the end of a ride. Even during a break, they are comfortable enough to leave on, something that is a welcome relief. The soles do allow a good air flow and keep your feet cool. The only things I have noticed they could do better at is to secure around the ankle; like they are missing one last set of eye-holes for the laces. But considering that can be compensated for a bit with the velcro strap, its not a big problem.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Riding DB Trace Shoes for a month now. Highly recommend., April 19, 2015
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    PV_Seattle (Seattle, WA USA) –

    So i have been riding a new pair of Diamondback Trace cycling shoes for about a month now.

    Pros: comfortable, stiff in the right spots to support riding, reflective stitching, and velcro strap closure that pins your laces in place. These shoes are not only great cycling shoes for commuters but the recessed clips and good looks mean that I can wear them around the office for awhile until I find time to swap into regular shoes.

    I haven’t ridden them on a day where rain is coming down hard so I can’t say how well they stand up to rain but they are plenty warm and comfortable for my daiiy rides.

    Cons: heavy. These shoes are heavy. I guess that goes with being well built though.

    It remains to be seen how they hold up but I’ve been more impressed with these shoes than any others for my routine of commuting to/from work each day.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good compromise here, August 12, 2015
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    Ivan

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    My Diamondback shoes arrived promptly, and I found them to be sturdy and well made. The fit was about what I expected and they are comfortable to walk in. They could be lighter, but that’s not really much of an issue for a guy that is 6’4″

    I selected this shoe because it appeared to me to have more substantial soles than the average MTB shoe offering. While I did find this to be true, I didn’t realize how much that extra walking traction would affect the clipping in process. I have to wiggle my foot around most of the time to actually get the cleats to seat on the crankbrothers candy pedals I use out on the trails. I expect to become more familiar with the process as time goes on but I would want anyone considering this shoe to be aware that there is a price to pay for having extra lugs on the sole. What I can attest to is that if you need to hike a bike, or just want to explore an area on foot, these shoes hardly seem like mountain bike-specific shoes and you can comfortably hike in them without feeling like you need other footgear.

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