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Bontrager Evoke MTB Shoes

Bontrager Evoke MTB Shoes

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Bontrager Evoke MTB Shoes

Bontrager's Evoke MTB Shoes help you put the power to the pedals. These shoes are light and efficient for on-the-bike power, but have a roomier toe box and softer footbed for off-the-bike comfort and hiking ability. The Evoke shoes also feature breathable inForm uppers with three secure Velcro straps for dialing in the perfect fit. And, you get molded heel cups for additional comfort and support.

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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Store SKU
    41 00768682396506 435848 SHO32290039K
    43 00768682396544 435850 SHO32292311K
    45 00768682396582 435852 SHO32118549K
    46 00768682396605 435853 SHO32146499K
    47 00768682396629 435854 SHO32875770K
    48 00768682396643 435855 SHO32479614K
    40 00768682396483 435847 SHO32887150K
    42 00768682396520 435849 SHO3280757K
    44 00768682396568 435851 SHO32822493K
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    Pros

    • Simple to use 
    • Stiff sole-pedal to heel 

    Best Uses

    • Everyday riding 
    • Good for commuting 

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    4.0

    Good commuting shoe

    By That Guy on the Trail

    from Nebraska

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Simple to Use
    • Stiff Sole-pedal To Heel

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Commuter shoes
      • Everyday riding

      Comments:

      Bought these as longer-milage alternative to some older PI X-Alps. Generally they seem well built and fit very nicely. I have only two rides (55 total miles) and have noticed a pressure point on the top of my feet (under the middle strap) but that may be a break-in or adjustment issue. Don't know how well they ventilate yet (cold weather issue) but they're comfortable so far. The sole is a little stiff for walking very far (not as much a hiker-biker as the X-Alp) but that's not what I bought them for.

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