Louis Garneau Actifly Cycling Shoes - Women's
We live for the miles we spend on the bike, but sometimes the weather outside just doesn't permit us to hit the road. When trainer season rolls around, we find that we always drench our favorite gear in sweat, and while we can toss jerseys and shorts into the wash, shoes are not quite that easy. That's why Louis Garneau offers us the perfect, extra-breathable option for hitting spin classes or spending miles on the trainer inside with their Actifly Cycling shoes for women. With more vents than you thought you could need, these keep sweat pulling away so that you can keep feeling fresh, even if you're in a dingy basement staring at a computer while grueling through your training routine.
Since the emphasis of the Actifly is breathability, Louis Garneau opted for an almost entirely mesh upper, with some synthetic leather holding the shape together and adding support. The internal lining is also mesh, with a honeycomb construction designed to, you guessed it, breathe. Collectively with both a mesh upper and lining the shoes continually wick away sweat and dry to keep you feeling fresh, but if that wasn't enough, they are also treated with anti-odor technology to help you feel clean from start to finish. A nylon-injected fiberglass outsole provides you with the stiff support you want when you're putting down the power, but does offer a bit more torsional flex than a carbon fiber sole does. The outsoles also feature a breathability boost, with ventilation throughout to keep your feet cool and dry, avoiding the dreaded hot-foot.
Not all of us are blessed with the same pedal setup indoors and outdoors, and if we're heading to a new spin class who knows what they be running on their bikes, which is why Louis Garneau designs the Actifly to be compatible out of the box with nearly any clipless pedal you'll find on the market. The shoes come along with steel inserts that allow you to run either 2-bolt mountain cleats, or 3-bolt road cleats, and with just a few turns of a hex-key you can swap from your favorite SPD's to Look Keos in minutes.
Pearl Izumi SELECT Road V5 Cycling Shoe - Women's
Minimalist, but not lacking, the Pearl Izumi Women's Road V5 Cycling Shoes make for the perfect partner on all-day weekend cruises, and after work group rides alike. That's because they pack a good punch in their simple profile, with three hook-and-loop straps to enclose your foot with a customized fit, and synthetic uppers that support you through the longest miles. The sole might flex a touch more than the Road Race model, but they still push forward with a good degree of stiffness thanks to a composite matrix reinforced with nylon, landing it right in the middle of Pearl's stiffness scale, so you have a little forgiveness when you head for your first century, when comfort is a bit more important than pedaling efficiency. The sole is finished with traction at the heel and toe to help you keep upright when those long days in the saddle are punctuated by refueling stops at convenience stores with slippery linoleum floors.
Fi'zi:k R5 Donna Boa Cycling Shoe - Women's
An ill-fitting bike is a bad thing. When your ride mileage routinely measures in the triple digits, however, an ill-fitting shoe may be worse. Too tight and circulation is cut off; too loose and slippage causes painful blisters. Skiers and snowboarders have known for years: for a perfect fit almost nothing beats the Boa system. The Fizik R5 Donna Boa Women’s Shoe takes advantage of the incredible precision of the Boa system while maintaining extraordinary ventilation, tough durability, and impressive light weight.
The R5's closure system starts with a conventional hook-and-loop strap close to the toe for near-infinite forefoot width control. Moving up the front of the foot, the Boa Cable dial-in closure system snakes its way through four separate anchor points for complete control all the way up to the tongue. For extreme control over volume, or simply to efficiently clean the inside of the shoe, Fizik designed the tongue pad to be fully-removable.To further control slippage, Fizik has shaped the heel cup at the aft position of the shoe. This feature keeps the foot in the perfect position on hard up-strokes and while climbing out of the saddle. As a result, you're powering the pedals comfortably and efficiently. This has been further heightened by a variable stiffness sole construction. Underfoot, the R5 makes use of a carbon-reinforced nylon outsole. And while this keeps costs down, it doesn't inhibit either comfort or power transfer. In fact, the R5 retains a low stack height and a high level of rigidity. Fizik has also engineered-in trace flexibility, so the outsole drives power directly to the pedals while allowing enough movement to guarantee comfort after 80 kilometers.
And on the topic of comfort, Fizik went above and beyond to make the R5 extremely breathable. The R5 features Fizik's Microtex for the support structure of the uppers and nylon mesh for the ventilation windows. Together, these materials keep your feet breathing and comfortable on long summer days in the saddle. And for the insole, Fizik included its own Superlight Insole. And while its not custom moldable like with the R1, it does incorporate a thoughtful design that assures comfort by absorbing road vibration and supporting your arch.
Five Ten Kestrel Lace-Up Cycling Shoe - Women's
The dirt-loving designers over at Five Ten decided their original Kestrel shoe was so much fun that they couldn't stop at just one. As a result, you now have plenty of options to choose from when you're upgrading your biking shoes for the season. Kestrel made a few changes and tweaks along the way that led to the creation of the Kestrel Lace-Up Women's Shoe.
Designed for hard-charging all-mountain/enduro gals, the Kestrel Lace-Up aims to provide a more supportive, contoured fit around your foot than its older sibling with its lace-up closure, hook-and-loop strap, and non-slip heel cup. Kestrel also chose a nylon-reinforced EVA midsole to achieve more flex along the bottom of the shoe, and it designed the Stealth C4 rubber outsole with a wide cleat interface to make it easy to snap in and out of the pedals quickly on technical terrain. The Kestrel Lace-Up's uppers are PU-coated synthetic, so they won't crack or rip at the first spill you take on a loose, scree-filled section of trail.
Giro Sica Techlace Cycling Shoe - Women's
It's been all too long that we ladies have been put on the backburner by brands in the biking world. Fortunately, it does seem that slowly (but surely) slack is being picked up, and we are being offered gear that's built for those of us reaching for podiums, pushing ourselves to the limit and charging into terrain that the world of shrink-it-and-pink-it doesn't dare to dream of. The Giro Sica Techlace, while offering a pink option, isn't one to fall into soft and frilly category, and certainly doesn't treat us like delicate little flowers. These shoes are made to be tough, with stiff carbon soles that commit maximum power to your cranks, and rugged vibram lugs for charging up the mountain with a bike over-shoulder.
The Sica Techlace Shoe is built just as burly as its male counterpart, the Giro Code, featuring the same Evofiber Microfiber uppers that wrap your foot in snugly, and wick away perspiration through perforations throughout the entire shoe. The toe and heel are reinforced with rubber for protection against chunky rock gardens and trail debris, with a stretch paneling through the arch to shield you from unwieldy cranks.
The enclosure system includes an L6 Boa dial, which offers micro-adjustments in 1mm increments, and two Techlace straps that provide an enhanced, supple feel across the forefoot. Inside, the shoe features Giro's SuperNatural FitKit with adjustable arch support, and Aegis odor-fighting fiber. This insole molds to your foot with a series of inserts for enhancing comfort whether you're flat-footed or have arches steeper than the mountains around you.
The soles of the Sica Techlace feature Easton's EC70 carbon fiber for ultimate stiffness and power, eliminating flex that can cost you watts when you're fighting for a virtual QOM or an actual podium on race day. This ultra-stiff sole is backed up with Vibram rubber, known for its tacky grip and durability, with aggressive, directional lugs that keep your footing sure if an off-bike section is a must. The sole has a mid-foot scuff guard for on-foot protection, and a recessed 2-bolt cleat mount for clipping into your favorite mountain pedals.
Pearl Izumi All-Road V4 Cycling Shoe - Women's
You don't like to limit yourself. One day, you're 10 miles deep on some singletrack enjoying the smell of loamy dirt and pine, the next you're hammering out road miles in your local Critical Mass, and next weekend you'll be heading to the Swell for a gravel-grinding bikepacking adventure. We admit, you may want to switch up your steed between those rides, but with Pearl Izumi's All-Road V4 Cycling Shoes, one thing you won't have to switch up is your kicks. These versatile shoes are designed to tackle it all, from spin class to mountain biking, with bonded seamless uppers that offer all day comfort, anatomic strap closure for dialing in fit without creating pressure points, and breathable lining that helps prevent dreaded hot foot. To support you from beneath, Pearl employs a stiff nylon composite power plate that adds rigidity and durability to the shoes, so you don't lose the power that you put into your pedals. The soles are finished off with lugged rubber that offer excellent traction for off-bike adventures across mountain springs, or off the beaten path to take in the view.
Giro Riela RII Cycling Shoe - Women's
Hit the trails for a day of rolling singletrack or push it even further to full-blown backcountry adventure in the Giro Riela RII Shoes for women. Built with tough uppers, rugged outsoles, and footbeds that keep you comfortable from first to last mile, the Riela RII's are hungry for the trail, and with Giro's sleek styling, you don't have to stress hitting the brewery for a post ride pale ale with the ladies.
The Riela RII uses the same over all construction as her predecessor, the Riela R, with three hook-and-loop straps securing your foot in, and microfiber uppers, but those of us who get a wicked case of hot-foot on most rides get a big win with the addition of large mesh panels along the toe box and lateral portions of the shoes. The microfiber still uses perforations, just as it used to, to help with venting, but the added mesh aids in moisture transfer, helping your feet stay cool and comfortable all day long. A comfortable EVA footbed gives you the support you need inside of the shoe to stay comfortable, and underneath, a nylon injected outsole stiffens things up, so you don't waste your energy on a shoe flexing under your pedal stroke, and instead transfer that power directly to the bike.
The outsole is also topped off with hearty portions of rubber lugs that add traction to the shoe, so when you have to make your way through river beds or up steep, rocky faces, you'll have the grip you need to do it safely. To cap it off, there is a large recessed cleat pad underneath your foot, so you have plenty of room to lock in any 2-bolt mountain cleat, so you can clip into your favorite pedals and ride off into the sunset.
Giro Espada Boa Cycling Shoe - Women's
Feeling your shoe flex over your pedal when you're hammering out to the front of the pack on race day is less than ideal, but so is spending a fortune when you're a self-sponsored rider. Instead of diving in to budget shoes just to save a few bucks, find the perfect happy medium with the Giro Espada Boa Shoe for Women, designed with stiff carbon soles, and a price that isn't too hard to swallow. These shoes are designed for the avid cyclist and new cyclist alike, with a comfortable fit and snug uppers that can be cinched down right where you want them, and replaceable walking pads, so they can last for years.
Beginning construction, the Espada shoes start out with microfiber and mesh uppers that hold your foot in like a warm hug, but with ample venting, so that warm hug doesn't turn into hot-foot. The mesh is perfect for transferring moisture if your foot gets sweating, and perforations in the microfiber help heat escape from your feet constantly. The uppers are constructed with both a L6 boa, for micro adjustments, and a hook and loop strap in the forefoot for tightening things down with serious support, ensuring minimal foot slip when you're putting down maximum power.
Inside of the shoe you'll find a supple EVA insole, with molded arch and heel support that keep your foot in a comfortable position when you're laying down the power. To make sure you don't experience flex and twists when you're putting out maximum watts, the sole is constructed out of Easton's stiff and supportive EC70 carbon fiber composite, allowing for direct power transfer into your pedals with every stroke. The sole also features a replaceable walking pad, making them ideal for long term use, as they won't go out of commission after a year of hard wear and tear. The shoes are equipped with steel hardware for running three-bolt road cleats, for compatibility with most road cycling pedals.
Giro Empire W VR90 Cycling Shoe - Women's
You may spend the majority of your ride time on singletrack, but unlike a lot of your fellow dirt hounds, you're riding for time on both the up and the down. Whether the speed and technique required on the 'cross circuit keeps you training every night after work, or you prefer the speed of XC, trust the Giro Women's Empire W VR90 Shoe to deliver power to the pedals times and time again. The Empire's elegant silhouette has been beyond reproach, in our minds, since Giro first introduced it, and the VR90 continues the legacy of clean lines and impeccable fit, adapted to the rigors of trail life.
Giro crafts each VR90 with an entirely one-piece Teijin microfiber upper, eliminating stitching, seaming, and overlays to leave you with lightweight support around the rolling contours of your feet. More breathable and weather-resistant than leather, synthetic Teijin microfiber molds around your feet much like its natural cousin. Use the lace-up design to make infinite adjustments in width and tightness along the length of your toes and instep to achieve a secure fit without the burden of hot spots distracting you from flyovers and technical rock gardens.
When you're throwing all of your energy into the pedals to keep speed heading into a grueling climb, count on the Easton EC90 carbon fiber outsole to consistently deliver your watts to the pedals each time you turn them. The soles accommodate spikes for added traction on slick, muddy race days, and Giro subtly adds Vibram rubber lugs to the bottoms to make sure you can run your bike through sand pits as confidently as you ride it. Underneath your arch, Giro's Super Natural Fit kit gives you the option to swap out arch support until you find what's right for you, ensuring your foot's mechanics don't hinder your ride from inside your shoe.
Louis Garneau Carbon LS-100 II Shoes - Women's
If you're looking for race-worthy energy in a shoe to replace your worn entry-level kicks, but are sponsoring yourself on the bike for the foreseeable future, upgrade to the Louis Garneau Carbon LS-100 II. With a palatable price point and a construction that represents a significant step up from the starter shoes you've been using, the Carbon LS-100 won't drain your bank account in exchange for its responsive nature and contoured fit.
Less expensive starter shoes tend to offer fewer options for customization, providing riders with a generous, but not necessarily precise, fit. All of that changes with an upgrade to a shoe like the Carbon LS-100. Its upper mid-range distinction earns you a Boa dial and hook-and-loop strap across the supple synthetic leather uppers. This combination allows you to adjust for different needs across your instep and toes, ensuring both feel secure, but without the dreaded pins-and-needles sensation that imprecise buckles and straps often lead to. As you turn the pedals heading into a notoriously harsh local climb, the Carbon LS-100 will jump eagerly to the task of transferring precious watts into the pedals, matching your intensity with a rigid carbon composite platform.
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Louis Garneau Ruby II Shoe - Women's
It's hard to beat the comfort of home, and the Louis Garneau Ruby II Shoes for women just may be the ruby slippers that take you there. They combine just enough tech to keep you up to date and in charge on the road, but without going overboard with bells and whistles that the pro's demand. Crafted from seamless PU leather and mesh, the uppers hug your feet in securely, while an IP1-S Boa allows you to cinch things down and make two-way micro-adjustments for the perfect fit. A hook-and-loop strap secures your forefoot without pressing down on your instep, allowing natural toe splay that not only boosts your comfort, but power, too. The new Ruby II may share a lot of similarities with its predecessor, the Ruby, but it features Louis Garneau's new X-Comfort Zone technology. This innovative tech allows the shoe to stretch to accommodate those with wider feet, thanks to the ventilated elastomer-spandex insert. This makes for a non-constrictive fit that keeps you going for the long rides ahead.
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Scott MTB RC Lady Cycling Shoe - Women's
Launching full speed ahead can be tricky when your shoes flex under every pedal stroke, and podiums won't earn themselves without the best performance. The Scott Women's MTB RC Lady Shoe are ready to surge forward at lightning speed, accelerating as you push up switchbacks and holding you tight to steep banked turns with stiff carbon soles that won't waiver under the heat of competition. As you'd expect from a shoe of racing pedigree, it's the stiffest, most powerful offering in Scott's line. The blended HMX Carbon sole maximizes pedaling efficiency when speed is of utmost concern, with just enough flex to make it comfortable enough for trail use.
The asymmetric upper conforms to your foot like a glove, with breathable perforations facilitating active cooling. Boa IP1 dials provide a micro-adjustable fit over the upper and lower zones, also promoting easy removal by quickly pulling up on each dial. Scott's ErgoLogic footbed maximizes comfort with its customizable design. It features adjustable arches for greater support without the nagging pain of a traditional, one-size-fits-all footbed.
Ride Concepts Wildcat Shoe - Women's
Whether you're ripping laps at the bike park or embarking on an all-day backcountry adventure, the Ride Concepts Wildcat Shoe is ready to take on any trail with its sticky rubber sole and tough-as-nails construction. And while they share the same features and overall design as the Ride Concepts' Livewire Shoe, they offer improved stability and better ankle protection thanks to the taller cuff. Durable synthetic uppers with anti-abrasion mesh hold up against rocks and overgrown trails, while the tacky DST 6.0 rubber sole locks your feet firmly to the pedals for unwavering composure in rock gardens and steep terrain.
As far as protection goes, The Wildcat Shoes have anti-abrasion toe guards, as well as a fully gusseted tongue that prevents the intake of dirt and debris. These are nice features, but we're most excited about the D3O High Impact Zone Insole Technology. D3O is highly shock-absorbent padding that's commonly used for knee pads and elbow guards. By incorporating D3O into the insole, the Wildcat significantly reduces the impact force you feel from harsh landings and long days on rugged singletrack.
Louis Garneau Mica II Cycling Shoe - Women's
Louis Garneau's Mica II Cycling Shoe goes a long way to dispel the notion that you have to spend a fortune on riding shoes in order to keep your feet happy. As a good option for everything from big cross country rides to everyday trail riding, the Mica II keeps your feet comfortable on long rides while helping you put power to the pedals efficiently. And while they may be on the more budget-friendly side of the spectrum, these shoes don't skip out on features or quality, as they come with Garneau's award-winning X-Comfort Zone technology trickled down from top-tier models.
When cycling, feet tend to swell due to the increase in blood flow to the muscles. This can lead to numbness and hot spots that could potentially cut your ride short. Garneau addresses this issue with their X-Comfort Zone technology, an integrated stretch panel on the outside of the toe box that allows the foot to swell up to 5mm while riding, thus eliminating hot spots and discomfort. It also allows the shoes to comfortably fit riders with average and above average forefoot widths, taking some of the guesswork out of shoe selection.
Shimano SH-RP2 Cycling Shoe - Women's
Clip in and be a part of your bike and enjoy the world of more efficient pedaling with Shimano's SH-RP2 Cycling Shoe. Shimano cycling shoes are an in-house favorite as it consistently brings comfort and reliability to your feet and the SH-RP2 is no exception. Compatible with three-bolt road cleats, these shoes will pair with almost any road pedal and the women's specific last provides a dialed-in fit with more comfort as you push your limits.
The upper consists of a high-density synthetic leather for durability and it has perforations to help in the breathability department. Its closure system consists of 3 hook-and-loop straps for exceptional stability and easy on the fly adjustability while the uppermost strap is offset to minimize pressure across the top of the foot. Down below, its lightweight, glass fiber reinforced nylon sole gets the power to the pedals while letting the shoes hit a performance to price point value that very few shoes approach.
Giro Savix Cycling Shoe - Women's
Serving up the comfort you'd expect from Giro, the Women's Savix Shoe delivers a quick-adjusting Boa dial and set-and-forget front strap to get you in your shoe and on the road quickly. The Boa L6 dial adjusts in 1mm increments to offer a precise fit, while the macro-release strap lets you escape the shoe easily at the end of your ride. An injected nylon outsole provides you with versatile options to mount either mountain biker or road cleats, while the die-cut insole locks in a comfortable fit.
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Louis Garneau Multi Air Flex Cycling Shoe - Women's
Get ready to hit the trails, knock out that commute to work, or even attend a spin class in the Women's Multi Air Flex Mountain Bike Shoe from Louis Garneau. We can't decide if its versatility or low barrier of entry is what we value most, but that combination certainly makes this shoe a winner if you're in the market for your first pair of clipless cycling shoes. Using Louis Garneau's standard fit, it offers a slightly roomier last for all-day comfort that's specially designed for the shape of the female foot offering excellent performance.
This shoe's upper is crafted from a durable synthetic leather with mesh inserts for breathability. Three hook-and-loop closures make getting in and out of the shoes super easy and offer a solid, yet soft support over the top of your foot. A ventilated EVA insole keep feet from overheating on long summer rides and prevents any hot spots or other foot discomforts. At the rear of the shoe is Garneau's HRS-80 heel stabilizer that keeps the rear of your foot anchored in place for efficient pedaling. On the outside of the heel are reflective accents allowing for visibility to motorists in low-light. For the sole, the Multi Air Flex nylon and fiberglass outsole offers just enough toe flexion for easy walking while off the bike. The sole accepts 2-bolt cleats that are used on almost every mountain bike pedal.
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