Teva The Links Mid 8878, Chaussures de randonnée mixte adulte
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- Taille: Pointure normale
- Dessus: Synthétique
- Doublure: Synthétique
- Matériau de semelle: Caoutchouc
- Semelle intérieure amovible: true
- Type de talons: Plat
- Hauteur de talons: 2.5 centimètres
- Fermeture: A lacets
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chaussures pour pédales plates. les links mid ont des semelles extérieures en technologie pedallink. elles offrent une adhérence et un toucher de pédale incroyables. plus montantes que le design précédent, elles assurent aussi une meilleure protection des orteils, appréciable lors des grosses virées en montagne. t.i.d.e. grip la semelle en caoutchouc spider365 accrochera dans toute sorte dŽenvironnement. les stabilisateurs au niveau des talons centreront vos pieds et assureront leur bonne tenue. les semelles extérieures pedallink ont été conçues pour sŽadapter à la structure unique dŽune pédale de vélo. les sculptures de la semelle au niveau des orteils et du talon accrocheront au sol lorsque vous mettrez pied à terre. t.i.d.e. hydro les matériaux de la tige sont imperméables et peuvent donc supporter la pluie. t.i.d.e. comfort aux talons, le shoc padTM absorbe les chocs grâce à sa souplesse. ...
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That said; I'm quite pleased with these shoes.
I wear a 9.5 or 10 in most shoes, and bought a 9.5. The length is spot-on. I have very narrow, low-volume feet. Like AA width; with a skinny midfoot. My feet swam in the shoes initially, but I slid in a second, additional insole and now they fit great. I feel like if you have wide feet, these might be a little on the narrow side for you, but I'm not qualified to say for sure. The toebox is wide, the heel is deep and comfortable and they have good support. The mid-rise ankle looks like I should throw down some cardboard and challenge someone to an old-school 'breakdance' competition, but they do protect my ankles from banging stuff like rocks and sticks.... or crank arms and pedals.... Seems to help keep sand and rocks out too. That's important here in the AZ desert. The laces are literally 2 feet too long, but that seems to be the norm for shoes. I just double bow-tie mine. Haven't caught them in a chain ring yet.
The sole is stiff enough that even after 3-4 hours of pedaling, and perhaps a little bit of Hike-A-Bike, my feet aren't tired.
It took a few rides for me to re-train my brain that I wasn't 'hooked' to the bike, and riding with my heels up, on the balls of my feet was a bad plan. I bounced off the pedals frequently. Once I focused on putting my pedal under the arch/ball and dropping my heels down, they work a lot better. I can't say if they stick as well as other shoes (the ones with numbers in the brand) but I can't imagine how others could be that much better. I generally have to physically lift my foot off the pedal to reposition my foot. With my heels low, and toes up, I don't worry for a second my foot will come off in any terrain. Anyone who's ridden in AZ desert knows there's nothing smooth out here. It's all rough.
Even after a dozen rides the bottoms literally look like they day they came out of the box, aside from being dirty. There is literally ZERO sign of being smashed and ground into the dozen steel pins on my pedals for over 100 miles of trail. I imagine these will fail at the stitching before the soles die. I may be sacrificing 10% sticky-ness for 100% durability. I'll take that trade all day, every day.
Would definitely buy again.
Really dig the fit on these, they're a little skinnier than my Five Tens and offer a ton more support along the arch and heel. Heel cup really locks your heel in, feels like my Sidis on my road bike, helps a lot with pedalling. The mid top provides great ankle support when hitting large drops or walking over uneven terrain.
The tread pattern works really well which is great since the rubber isnt as sticky as the 5.10 S1 rubber. You dont feel nearly as glued to the pedals as with the 5.10 rubber but the only time I noticed this was climbing rough terrain, when descending I still felt completely locked on to the pedals.
One last comparison between these and the Five Ten Minaars I've been riding for a while - these Tevas seem stiffer to pedal, not sure if this is just because my feet dont move around so much in the shoe or if I'm comparing new shoes to 3 year old shoes (likely). Cant recommend these enough!
Really great arch support
Very lightweight (5oz less weight per shoe than my 5.10s, both shoes being a size 14).
Excellent ankle support
Shoes arent glued to the pedals like with Five Tens
Kinda boring look on the black Links Mid, even with the blue laces installed.