100 Road Cycling Shoes

    € 35.99

    Designed for occasional road cycling.

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    SKU: S4600 (2541531)
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    Product benefits
    1. Rigidity
      Semi-rigid sole for superior pedalling efficiency.
    2. Fit
      Lacing system provides support suited to bicycle touring.
    3. Lightweight
      Components designed for walking. Weight: 360 grams in size 8½.
    4. Visibility
      Reflective inserts at the heel for added safety.
    • Sizes
      4 to 12½.
    • Colour
      Also available in white.
    Product feature
    1. Compatibility
      Compatible with SPD-type cleats.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Upper of : 100.0% Polyurethane (PU) Sole : 100.0% Rubber - Synthetic Lining : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
    2. Storage advice
      Wash with soap and water; store in a dry place.
    3. Cleaning advice
      Wash with soap and water; store in a dry place.
    4. Product restrictions
      Compatible with SPD clipless pedals only.
    5. Product catchline
      The perfect shoes for cycling: compatible with Shimano SPD cleats. Semi-rigid rubber sole for natural and comfortable, walking.
    Product reviews
    4.2 / 5
    36 reviews
    36 users recommend this product
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    • Nice shoes

      Damian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Although I haven't had these for long, I have no problem using them as either flat shoes or clip in with the cleats, time will tell if they survive the rigers of road cycling
    • Excellent shoes for the price

      Andy (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Bought these for my son aged 9. First pair of cycling shoes intended for fitting SPD cleats for road and mtb use. They appear robust enough for both types of cycling.
      Agree that removing the cleat "cover" can be daunting but as long as you have a sharp enough knife (Stanley type), it didn't take too long. I scored the section a few times and then gently prised the cover off using a small flat headed screw driver and it came off easily enough. Took no more than 10 mins to do both. Son's well pleased with them.
    • How to fit cleats

      Mike (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Well this is a bit scary. No information and no intstructions how to fit. I took a gamble based on some loose comments and think I have worked it out. Taking a blade to a brand new pair of shoes was not for the faint hearted.

      A sample of what I did so you can see where I cut is at :

      See if you agree. Follow at your own risk.
    • Cleats

      Clare (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Is there a photograph of the shoes with cleats fitted? To just take a sharp knife to a new pair of shoes seems extreme, how do you regulate the depth of the cut or avoid ruining the shows when cutting? Thanks in advance.
      Response of the brand
      Thank you for your very valid question. No, there is no photo currently available with the cleats fitted, I will ask the product manager at b'Twin to create on as I believe it will be very useful.
      You will need to score with a sharp stanley or craft knife in order to remove the rubber cover. Start off gently, apply even pressure as you go until it becomes loose.
      Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
    • Cleat Fitting

      Simon (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Great that Peter Lazarus has acknowledged that the instructions on fitting cleats needs to be made clear, but unfortunately 2 months later still nothing on the website to show us how. Looks like these shoes will be going back.
      Response of the brand
      Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding the shoes. Can you tell me what information you require in order to fit the cleats? Once the rubber sole blank is removed with a sharp knife, the two holes to fit SPD cleats are exposed allowing you to fit cleats is required. If you like, your local store workshop can do this for you.
      Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
      Simon was satisfied with this answer
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