Northwave - Chaussures VTT Celsius Arctic GTX Noir 2015 - Chaussures VTT
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Description du produit
Chaussures VTT Northwave Celsius Arctic GTX La membrane Gore-Tex signifie imperméabilité totale et transpirabilité extrême. Indispensable dans n'importe quelle condition métérologique et lors de performances très intenses et prolongées. Coutures sur l'empeigne réduites au minimum sans superposition de matériaux. Pour envelopper vos pieds dans une coque légère. Vous pourrez donc pédaler avec plus de confort. Couleur : Noir
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
The shoes are super cool too....sleek, stylish, and comfortable. I was a little concerned about the tread on hike-a-bike situations, but they have great traction and feel sure-footed.
I'd buy another pair! I might have to wait a while as these shoes seem like they are well built and should last several seasons at the very least.
Just an update: many months of cold weather riding in these shoes (cold for the mtns of NC) and several hike-a-bikes, and these shoes are really treating me good. Great traction and my feet are staying warm!
Second update: I took a warm weather ride yesterday ( 61degrees) and only had these shoes with me and thought they might be too hot, BUT I never noticed overheating and when I changed shoes after the ride my socks were not soaking wet...not even really damp! I realized the way these guys must wick moisture has a lot to do with the way they must be keeping my feet warm....good wicking and good insulation!
Me: shoe size 10.5 -11, a little wide and a higher arch. Time pedals
Ordered size 45 based on reviews. They were boats! Returned and replaced (happily) with size 44. These are still a little long but this helps keep the toes flat and comfortable. A single thick "smart wool" type sock is all I wear to -5. Any smaller and I think they might pinch at the ball of the foot.
I really like these shoes overall with few complaints.
I live in Minneapolis and ride a 26in Mountain bike all winter. Ride on trails, lakes, paths and street.
The good stuff: lightweight winter shoes compared to some boots. Super dry! Stuff your foot into a puddle up to your ankle and come out dry! Dry helps you feel warm, I like Gore Tex. Stiff sole. Good value at the price point.
The negative stuff and why no 5 stars: The lace system has a few design flaws IMO. First, a little petty one but the laces (strings) seem way too long. It makes putting the shoes on and adjusting them a little puttzy. After tightening the laces I must coil the tails neatly and tuck them in under the first velcro cover. No big deal.
The big design flaw IMO is that the top lace points or "eyelets" are sewn into the "stretchy" neoprene cuff. So no matter how tight the laces get, you never feel like the top lace is firmly holding your heal in the back of the boot. They also feel a little loose around the ankle (quite comfortable actually).
With the boot being a little long I sometimes slide forward in the shoe and have developed a habit of being more conscious to keep my feet in the back of the shoe. A slight change in the location of the top "eyelet" would make all the difference. As these shoes are older, hopefully changes have been made.
The last issue is the sole material of these is extremely slippery on ice. I was biking on Lake Minnetonka and the clear black ice patches were extremely dangeous on foot, I felt safer on my bike!
I'm still very happy with these shoes because they are light, warm and dry. The lacing system needs a little help but that has not stopped me from enjoying winter biking in Minneapolis.