Louis Garneau's LS-100 Shoes feature their supportive, comfortable synthetic leather and mesh uppers with built-in air channels for optimum ventilation. And for excellent power transfer there are reinforced-nylon soles and their HRS-90 heel retention system to keep your feet in place. You'll also love the Boa L4 closures that let you quickly dial in and fine-tune the fit of the entire shoe. And, for varying temperatures, 2 pairs of Garneau's Ergo Air insoles are included, one with their Ice-Fil technology for hot days and one for the cold, too!
Louis Garneau’s Montana XT3 Shoes boast mesh/synthetic leather uppers for excellent ventilation and comfort. Customize the feel of your shoes with the T-Flex Power blade system. Choose between maximum stiffness with the blade in, or cooling and ventilation with the blade out. A flexible toe and dual-density lugs improve traction in hike-a-bike sections. And, for an exceptional fit these shoes feature molded heel cups, a ratcheting top strap, and two Velcro straps.
Louis Garneau's Women's Ventilator 2 shoes feature Garneau's supportive, comfortable and breathable synthetic-leather and mesh uppers. Plus, they boast reinforced-nylon soles and their HRS-80 heel retention system for excellent power transfer. You'll also love the triple Velcro closures that provide a custom feel and the heel and toe tabs for durability and traction.
- MES, Motion Efficiency System - ExoBeam, full carbon outsole with nylon-injected nylon studs. - Exo Wrap construction - Two BOA IP1 closures with mirror design, more natural for tighten (clockwise on the right shoe, but counter-clockwise on the left shoe)
Fizik's M6B Donna Boa is constructed of strong, breathable Microtex and nylon mesh, along with a rubber outsole and a carbon-reinforced nylon midsole. This light, stiff, tough MTB shoe also boasts a quick, easy, flexible Boa IP1 closure system with a Microtex strap. - Materials: Reinforced Microtex/Nylon Mesh - Outsole: Rubber Outsole/Carbon Reinforced Midsole - Closure System: Boa L5 Bridge/Welded Microtex Straps - Insole: Fizik Cycling Insole
Fizik's R4B features Volume Control Technology and the Extended Power Strap for quick and easy adjustment to create perfect fit for comfort and performance. It is complemented by a combination of a single Boa IP1 and micro-strap closure system plus injected composite sole. - Materials: Microtex laser perforated - Outsole: Injected Composite Carbon Vented - Closure System: Boa IP1-A and Micro Straps - Insole: fi'zi:k Cycling Insole - Available Size: 40-47 and 48 - Weight: 254g (size 42.5)
• Replacement ratchet set for selected styles of Garneau's shoes • 2 pieces
Each replacement bumber kit includes 4 bumpers and 4 screws. Compatible with Louis Garneau's Course Air Lite, Carbon Pro Race, Carbon LS-100, TRI-400, and TRI X-LITE shoes.
When riding in cold and wet weather, our body’s extremities are usually the first to suffer from the cold. Garneau's Neo Protect II Shoe Covers are designed to keep your feet warm and protected so you can continue riding no matter what the weather has in store. Boasting 3mm of windproof neoprene, they create a barrier between you and the wind and cold. You'll love the Velcro backs that make for easy on/off and the reflective logos for enhanced visibility!
The in-between solution to protect your feet on those chilly days. FABRICS: -ISO LITE: Provides warmth in cool weather -ANTISLIP 3 MM NEOPRENE : Isolates from cold, provides warmth and durability DETAILS: -Cleat opening under sole -Flatlock seams: Enhanced comfort -Reflective puller
If the sun is shining, why not go for a ride despite the cold? The Wind Dry 2 is an excellent wind-breaker that will protect your feet from the cold so you can extend your riding season safely thanks to reflective accents on all sides. DETAILS: - Fabric: WIND DRY fabric blocks cold while providing breathability - Neoprene cuff: Better fit and prevents infiltrations - Under sole: 2 openings with textured neoprene and reinforced rubber for enhanced durability - HiViz360: Reflectors at rear, front, and sides for optimum visibility
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